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CPantherKing

Member Since 07 Oct 2012
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In Topic: Why winning the NFCS is so important

Yesterday, 11:27 PM

This isn't Hurney.

We went 12-4 and let everyone go. Gettleman understands the big picture.

 

 

So, what will it matter when the Panthers are 30 million under the cap when no one wants to deal with Gettleman?

 

The Panthers are currently 11.5 million under the cap. Not sure what that is going to do, when the current players want to go elsewhere.

 

Going to be there with the Jaguars and Browns. A ton of cap space and a GM no one wants to deal with makes for a murky future.


In Topic: changes need to come

Yesterday, 03:50 PM

Harper needs to go now. He is doing nothing, but wasting space and giving opposing offense a huge piece of the field to use.


In Topic: changes need to come

Yesterday, 03:47 PM

Three people was the fire, Mitchal, captain, and Hardy.


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Mitchell, Hardy, Smitty, and Gross were the true leaders in times like this last season.

 

But we don't need em right?


In Topic: Ramifications for Hardy

Yesterday, 11:30 AM

not only has he not been charged, but apparently one BIG reason why things are quiet is because there is the appearance of some sheisty shenanigans going on behind the scenes of the san jose police department.

 

This is where the legal systems come in to play.

 

Ray McDonald arrested for FELONY domestic violence on the spot. In California, the DA can wait 3 years to bring charges in the arraignment phase.

 

Greg Hardy turned himself in the following morning for MISDEMEANOR domestic violence. In North Carolina, there is no arraignment and charges are placed on an individual within the first 48 hours. Not even the DA can remove the initial charges until the process has concluded in the courts.

 

Two different ways states handle due process. One stands behind due process with a libertarian legal system in California and will not charge you until investigations have been conducted, and North Carolina is more totalitarian with their legal system where you are placed in a position of proving your innocence within the first 48 hours. The classic argument of liberty versus security.

 

If Hardy were in California, he to would be playing at this very moment as the State of California supports each person's right to due process. In North Carolina, he would need people and his organization to stand behind his right to due process for him to keep playing.

 

I believe it is a sad state when you have to rely on an innocent verdict to continue a persons right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.


In Topic: Inside the Panthers Run D

18 October 2014 - 11:26 PM

last year was greg hardy's first year as a truly elite run defender. when he first got drafted one of his biggest weaknesses was his inability to contain the edge and i can remember throwing beer bottles in 2011 when linemen could seal off the end without any effort and runs off tackle constantly gashed us for first downs.

 

hardy fixed that and became extremely good at shutting down off-tackle runs at his side of the field. we're missing that now, and suddenly it seems like every week guys are able to bounce around to the outside and get that extra block and sashay right on down into the secondary for dozen yards. addison is marginal when he's not rushing the passer in 4th down desperation situations and wes horton = jag.

 

make no mistake, this team misses that cereal eating motherfuger

 

The runs are not off tackle. The big runs are up the middle or off the guard on the second level with the use of misdirection.


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