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Per PFF - The Most Improved Team is....

22 January 2014 - 03:56 PM

Carolina with a + 240.3 increase from the previous season.

Kansas City comes in second with a +203.3 increase.




The article is ESPNInsider so I will only post a snippet. However, the article singles out Star, Kawaan, Luke and TD but doesn't mention a single offensive player.




Stepping Up: We'll get to why they were so much more effective, but there's no denying that the duo of Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis delivered in 2013 with their combined grade shooting up by 12.0 points. Most of the hype has been directed at Kuechly, the tackling machine who was cast as the figurehead of the Panthers' resurgence. But it's actually Davis who graded better, chiefly because of his work in coverage. In an increasingly pass-happy league teams need their linebackers to be able to cover, and Davis is really something special in that regard. He earned the highest grade of all 4-3 outside linebackers in that facet of play.


2014 Los Angeles Dodgers Thread

15 January 2014 - 11:57 AM



With our football season sadly now on hibernation, it just means a new year for the boys in blue! This thread is a continuation of last year's 2013 thread.


First order of the day:


Dodgers are looking to sign Kershaw by this Friday. He was offered around 300 million last season which is ridiculous. I hope he does sign for 7 years at 210 million. That is a 30 million yearly average. Any length longer or any amount higher would be overboard despite being the best pitcher in the game.


Dodgers going after Masahiro Tanaka hard as well. If they happen to land him the rotation will look like this:


Clayton Kershaw 

Zach Greinke  
Masahiro Tanaka 
Hyun Jin Ryu
Dan Haren
Josh Beckett
Chad Billingsley


If the outfield remains the same, the power hitting will be monstrous if Kemp stays healthy. The lineup as it stands is as follows:


1) Carl Crawford (OF)
2) Yasiel Puig (OF)
3) Adrian Gonzalez (1B)

4) Hanley Ramirez (SS)
5) Matt Kemp (OF)

6) AJ Ellis ©

7) Juan Uribe (3B)

8) Alexander Guerrero (2B)

9) Pitcher


That is a monster line up! 1-5 would be the most feared in all of baseball.


The beard is back in the fold and the bullpen remains dominant with Howell, Withrow, League (Bleh), and Rodriguez with the long relief. Kenley Jansen remains one of the games best closers.


Let's hope to a better 2014! Let's go Blue!


Twerking Girl in Russia

31 December 2013 - 11:28 AM




I don't generally get the twerking, but hot damn she could do some damage with that ass...


edit...still cannot embed videos..

It's 4 am

14 December 2013 - 07:10 AM

Here in Las Vegas and I'm drunk as hell laying in my hotel bed. Went to a strip club, spent too much money, etc.... Sitting by the stage was a guy wearing a cam Newton jersey. Naturally i wanted to know where is was from. Hawaii guy and said he loves the Panthers because of Cam. Says there are other fans in hawaii. Met my first panther fan at strip club handing out singles

Los Angeles Times Article - Steve Smith

05 December 2013 - 10:53 PM



Going through my nightly reading of my local newspaper, I came across this gem. There is NEVER an article about the Carolina Panthers on the LA Times that I have ever encountered....Until tonight..a good one at that by one of our better writers.


Looks like Sam Farmer and local boy SS had a phone interview.


I hope that this article is a start in making the Panthers more common in other major market newspapers.




"I think I've changed the game as far as to say, you can't use the measurements of how tall a guy is to disqualify him as a wide receiver," Smith said. "I see guys and I look at myself and I say, 'You know what, you can't keep telling me I can't play wideout because I'm not the standard that you set. Why is there a standard set on height, when all you've got to do is run a good route and catch the ball?'"

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