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iamhubby1

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In Topic: Blue Goose Huddlers

22 March 2015 - 08:30 PM

There are more than a few good/decent posters. There are also more than a few, for lack of a better word, trolls. Then there are the myriad of posters who fill in the blank spaces.

Diversity, it is what makes the world go round, and round.

In Topic: Panthers talk to Greg Jennings

22 March 2015 - 08:22 PM

glad to see you missed the point entirely.


The thing is, if you cannot get your point across without seeming to be oh so superior. Maybe you need to rethink your approach.

Those that can, teach. Those that cannot, troll.

Ah hellz, nevermind.

In Topic: This whole drafting the best player available talk around here is ridiculous

21 March 2015 - 12:29 AM

Lol if you think Teams listen to outside scouting reports as much over their own scouting team.
 
 
Just
 
Lol.


Well...most teams do use Scouting Services in conjunction with there own Scouting Departments. But yeah, not many teams listen to Kiper or McShay.

In Topic: Want speed and a WR that can seperate? Meet Devin Smith aka Mr. Separation

20 March 2015 - 05:26 PM

Perhaps, but more than a few scouts have said it in so many words.

As for physicality, you know that good corners are going to jam him at the line and disrupt his route. He is going to have to really work on that to be a good pro.


If you try and jamb him, you had better not miss. Add in the fact that there are far more CBs that can't press than there are who excel at it. So, to me, I like the odds if someone wants to press him.

And so what if he isn't a top threat. Who doesn't want a playmaker on the field? How many teams are going to be able to cover him with a quality DB? He is exciting. Is that not what we are looking for?

If we can fill that #2 WR spot. Smith would make an excellent #3. I like Corey, I just don't trust his ceiling. Ginn Jr. has had some success, but he is getting up there in age. So drafting a kid like Smith could word out well for us.

Or not. Who really knows?
 
 

I simply do not understand the fascination with small receivers with small hands who body catch and show no desire to get physical in their play. A majority of their highlights are coming out of the slot in college against the lesser DBs and using their speed to get a step on the secondary. I do not see an ability to separate from coverage, to play physical with a DB at full speed, to show body control in the air, or to run more than 2 or 3 routes well. They will be owned in the NFL as a receiver, but may sneak in as a return man or slot.
 
I thought we already had that in Philly Brown and Ted Ginn. Seriously, the Panthers do not need another #3 receiver who can try to be a return man. The Panthers need a #2 who can block in the running game and run routes. Need a receiver who has awareness of the sticks and sideline to come up with key 1st down catches. I want a receiver who has the hips to turn after the catch and get the extra 2 yards needed for the first down after coming back to bail out the QB.
 
Not impressed with either highlights from Smith or Agholor. They are loading their highlights up with high school junk.


So...just the perfect WR is all you are looking for. Gotcha.

In Topic: Want speed and a WR that can seperate? Meet Devin Smith aka Mr. Separation

19 March 2015 - 11:45 PM

As a State fan, and a Big Ten fan, I have seen plenty of Smith. The kid is a royal pain in the azz. I am just plain tired of the kid ruining my day. Based off that...It would be nice for him to be on my team for a change. As much as I hate OSU, I really wouldn't mind finding a way to get Smith.

With that said, you should know I am "Old School". I would rather go with a Hog Mollie in the first. So, If we want Smith, which I wouldn't mind, it has to be in the 2nd or later.