Jump to content


Member Since 20 Oct 2012
Offline Last Active Private

#3084241 Olsen is the only one that gives a crap.....

Posted by Blackmagic on 12 November 2014 - 02:31 PM

I guess you didn't understand what i was saying. The fact that we spent money on hardy and our secondary instead of the oline is understandable, I can see what DG was thinking. Paying steve smith 5mil to play for another team is unfathomable. No rationale behind that move



I agree oline is the biggest issue we have, but i was talking about the stupidest move. Had we kept smith we would've had an extra 5mil to spend on an olineman too.


That isn't true. The money would still go to him. If they didn't cut him, his money for the upcoming year or two years would be guaranteed.

#3048436 Why did it take an injury for Norwell to play?

Posted by Blackmagic on 27 October 2014 - 11:01 AM

Because Amini and Trai are high draft picks. Just the simple answer.

#3016491 "Ron Rivera and the Panthers wasted a brilliant performance by Cam" -...

Posted by Blackmagic on 12 October 2014 - 04:56 PM

More the ST and D wasted it. ST was bad. Very bad.

#3015847 Official Panthers - Bengals Gameday Thread

Posted by Blackmagic on 12 October 2014 - 04:09 PM

Usually when that happens, the receiver doesn't run his route far enough.  Kelvin probably just didn't get the yardage the route called for.


It would be a W if he did. Rookie mistake, but he's rookie.

#2988837 White has been benched who should be next?

Posted by Blackmagic on 29 September 2014 - 03:56 PM



Cason has been terrible in coverage.

#2987453 Cam's touch and anticipation

Posted by Blackmagic on 29 September 2014 - 08:41 AM

"Still not perfect"... Come on...

People need to stop expecting perfection from anyone on this team not just Cam. This is why Cam will never be able to please everyone here, expectations for him are unrealistic. His pocket passing has been phenomenal this season. Give Cam a line and he'll make due with any WR group, that much is obvious now.

I'm guessing not many watched Brees miss some throws last night. Is he still developing? No QB is perfect, missed throws are going to happen.


I didn't mean perfect. I agree that his passing has been phenomenal, but I just think that he can do even better and that's the scary part. While being unhurt, and matador offensive line, he's passing like never before.


With an improved o-line, a deep threat, and a running game which would make a defense respect the play action, he would be the MVP of the NFL if he keeps playing like this.

#2987382 Cam's touch and anticipation

Posted by Blackmagic on 29 September 2014 - 08:10 AM

We all knew that Cam had a cannon arm, and could make every throw and fit the ball in the tightest window. 

But this year, he has taken major steps as a passer while having almost no offseason.


His anticipation and ball placement has improved. The receiver can keep on running while in the previous years, they had to stop to catch the ball. It's still not perfect, but he made major strides.


His touch is so much better. The ball to Cotchery over the DB was perfection, and I noticed that he's taking more speed off the ball. Cam used to only throw fastballs, but he has changed that and that makes it easier for the receivers to catch.


With almost no offseason, new receivers, a bad offensive line, Cam has become a much better pocket passer. That's great news for the future of the team.

#2954269 Dear NFL Rookies - Don't trash talk Luke Kuechly

Posted by Blackmagic on 15 September 2014 - 05:56 AM

Stupid thing to do. Ebron should focus on catching the ball. That's difficult enough for him.

#2941376 Detroit Preview, Greg Hardy, Arm Wrestling, more...

Posted by Blackmagic on 10 September 2014 - 02:36 PM

1400 downloads so far today. This thing is starting to get some real traction.


It's getting better and better!


I was actually laughing out loud during the meat part.

#2904855 Dear New England, Thank You

Posted by Blackmagic on 23 August 2014 - 07:53 AM

But did Rivera not say that they would treat Chiefs game as their third preseason game because of the short turnaround against New England?


#2896311 The catch of the game

Posted by Blackmagic on 18 August 2014 - 07:00 AM

He definitely popped last night, between him and Brandon Williams.


I don't know about y'all, I get excited almost every time I see Williams in the game.


Bersin was good. The connection with DA on touchdown was great. Perfect throw and catch.


I love Williams potential. One man can't bring him down!

#2874749 Rookie Watch 2014 - A Promising Start

Posted by Blackmagic on 03 August 2014 - 03:19 AM

I am a tad concerned about Ealy. A 2nd round pick needs be be starter quality out the gate imo. He seems like a project that for some odd reason I don't think will ever reach with his 2nd round expectations. The gay dude from Mizzo outshined him all last season. 


Ugh I hope I am dead wrong about this. 


He just to learn to use the right technique all the time, because college is filled with guys who won't be pros. But you're wrong about Sam outshining him. Sam had more sacks, yes, but you would have seen Mizzou play. Sam was barely double teamed, but the offense was paying more attention to Ealy. Sam used speed rush only, and some of his sacks were laughable because he wasn't blocked. Sam had more sacks, but Ealy was the key to their pass rush.

#2864170 22 of 30 top high school prospects choose Cam

Posted by Blackmagic on 25 July 2014 - 09:11 AM

Agree. These would be the players most in the front of these kids' thoughts being they're in high school.


But it's kind of funny that no one is talking about RG3.

#2864139 22 of 30 top high school prospects choose Cam

Posted by Blackmagic on 25 July 2014 - 08:23 AM

A better poll would be if the other choices were guys that have had success ready in the NFL rather than a college player and a rookie who has not taken a snap, but nice to see nonetheless.

Sent from my XT1049 using CarolinaHuddle mobile app


I think that they were talking about college Cam Newton instead of NFL Cam Newton. All of them won the Heisman, but who was better as a college QB.

#2771392 WR's than run 4.5 or slower

Posted by Blackmagic on 09 May 2014 - 09:01 AM

Yep. For his size KB actually moves well. 




I think some huddle GMs expect guys that are 6'5 to run 4.3.


People don't understand that Calvin 'Megatron' Johnson is the exception.

Shop at Amazon Contact Us: info@carolinahuddle.com