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In Topic: Nice Saturday AM haymaker thrown by TimTom Hasselbeck

Today, 02:54 PM

The Seahawks offense is centered around Marshawn Lynch. The offensive coordinator runs the offense through Marshawn Lynch. Russell Wilson is a game manager. The Seahawks OC is creative.


The Seahawks also have the top defense in the NFL with a very strong secondary that keeps them in games and wins games for them.


The Panthers offense is centered around Cam Newton. The offensive coordinator runs the offense through the #4 and #5 offensive options and then Cam Newton. Cam Newton is a game changer. The Panthers OC is predictable and unimaginative.


The Panthers also have had nothing to write home about with their secondary over Cam Newton's career, and Cam Newton has had to play to win in spite of his OC, defense, and lack of offensive weapons.


You could insert any fairly intelligent mobile QB into the Seahawks offense and they would be doing as well or better than Wilson.


Take away Marshawn Lynch, insert DeAngelo Williams, and then replace the entire Seahawks secondary with whoever is in free agency come August. Toss in an old used up offensive mind for the Seahawks OC, and then show me Wilson can carry a team.

In Topic: Greg Hardy Officially Not Back With Panthers in 2015

Today, 02:32 PM

Would not be the least bit surprised if the Falcons have Greg Hardy and Charles Johnson as their DE tandem in 2015.

In Topic: NFL: Greg Hardy won't be reinstated because he hasn't been discipline...

26 February 2015 - 07:33 PM

Greg Hardy is not suspended. Therefore he cannot be reinstated because he is an active player. He is an ACTIVE PLAYER.


He was designated as exempt for the Panthers. This is a roster designation just like IR or PUP. This was done so the Panthers did not have to cut him. This only carries over for the Panthers. Now the commissioner can keep him exempted as a Panther, but once his contract expires with the Panthers the exempt status carries no weight. He becomes a free agent and unless the team he signs with asks for the exempt list the Commissioner cannot unilaterally exempt him from the team he signs his new contract with for 2015.


The league could discipline him under their player conduct policy, but this will be thrown out in court and the NFL loses.


If the Panthers had no desire to sign Hardy for 2015, they should have just cut him and given him his guaranteed money for the year.


All in all the NFL has no leg to stand on and will lose at every turn in this situation.

In Topic: Eagles to Trade Up to #1 Overall?

26 February 2015 - 02:10 AM

I don't think the Bucs will do it.  When you have a chance to take a franchise QB, you take it.  Winston looks like he could be the real deal.  Even if he flops, they have to take that chance.  Who knows when they'll get the chance again.


You are talking about Lovie Smith now.


When is the last time you have known Lovie Smith to draft a QB in the first 3 rounds of the draft? Never.


Lovie Smith does not like breaking in rookie QBs. He detests it. Just like John Fox.


Lovie Smith passed on Aaron Rodgers and Joe Flacco with the Bears. He passed on drafting a QB last year in favor of a journeyman for the Bucs. Instead he has a history of trading for QBs he has seen against NFL defenses like Cutler and McCown.


Would not be the least bit surprised if he collects picks for defense, OL, and running backs as has been his history.


If Lovie sticks with the 1st pick in the draft and does not trade it, then he goes Leonard Williams DE.

In Topic: So how do we restructure/extend Charles Johnson?

24 February 2015 - 09:08 PM

I do not see Gettleman keeping Charles Johnson. Would not be the least bit surprised if you see Charles Johnson and Greg Hardy playing together again with the Atlanta Falcons.