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TheRumGone

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#2808611 Newton nearly the same as Rodgers when passing in 2014 (minus 2nd downs where...

Posted by TheRumGone on 04 June 2014 - 10:31 AM

cam has always been better from under center than shotgun which is weird because he rarely did that at auburn




#2808269 What if we got lucky?

Posted by TheRumGone on 03 June 2014 - 10:11 PM

Disagree all you want but there is a reason we struggled at the goal line against San Francisco.

It takes time for Tolbert to get going so if there is no hole and he is forced to go to the outside he will be tackled. It's common knowledge that you don't exert as much force running laterally as you do running straight ahead.


We struggled at the goal line because San Fran has as good of a dline as ours. You gotta shake things up. Shula needed to be more creative unfortunately with the talent we had that wasn't possible. We now have red zone threats at wr.

I've really never noticed Tolbert needing holes maybe that's just me. I remember the cardinals game but He seemed to always get good yardage plowing through ppl for the most part. And why didn't you mention Stewart in your rebuttal?

He's been injured but relating to this thread if he is healthy he can be successful. We can be better in the middle of our oline than last year. We have the talent. Pass protection is bells biggest weakness. He is decent . Chandler is kind of up in the air cause we haven't seen much.

But Tolbert and stew fit the bruiser create their own hole type of backs


#2808133 Caption These Players

Posted by TheRumGone on 03 June 2014 - 07:52 PM


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I was all like girrrrrl that was my buddy kalil wearing that bear suit. He is such a silly goose.
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#2808025 Division Standings Pre-Analysis

Posted by TheRumGone on 03 June 2014 - 05:49 PM

Predicting an 11 win season to a team that lost so much and brought in so little is laughable in my opinion. You can't lose your entire wr core, k/p returner near pro bowl saftey, and startering cb and see only a one game drop off as eveyone else in the division improved.


Players on the roster already will be better. We made upgrades in areas we were weak whether you believe that or not. The only major loss is gross, and while major I don't believe it will be the cause of a losing season. It's going to come down to coaching and our core playing well if not better than last year.


#2808021 Division Standings Pre-Analysis

Posted by TheRumGone on 03 June 2014 - 05:47 PM

FYI jarius byrd just had back surgery


#2807909 Walterfootball strikes again

Posted by TheRumGone on 03 June 2014 - 04:12 PM

I've said it before and all say it again. A lot of posters think statically. They never seem to take into account players growth.

Like star, kk, cam, keek, b will and poo even Greg hardy.

Maturation takes teams to new levels more than anything else, not just FA pick ups. With our defense and cam we can beat anybody. Even with suspect tackles.


#2807523 Cam challenges Richard Sherman

Posted by TheRumGone on 03 June 2014 - 10:10 AM

That "most talked about" meter is just a gauge of how many people tweeted out ESPNs link to the page. I'm sure people from Seattle are proud to spam their friends with nonsense but Southerners are more reserved in our nature.

I'm surprised some old fashioned people haven't complained yet. Guess they don't know about youtube yet.


Double penetration


#2807506 Knee/Shin Pain

Posted by TheRumGone on 03 June 2014 - 09:47 AM

Part of growing older. I'm 27 and I recently found out I have micro tears in my achilles. It causes my entire ankle/foot to swell up but goes away with an ibuprofen regiment. It fuging sucks but it's life. I gotta be very careful if I snap this thing I'm fuged but it still doesn't stop me from physical activities that I love.

Try ibuprofen but if the pain persists go get an MRI or something.


#2807176 Most Irreplaceable Defenders - Kuechly #2

Posted by TheRumGone on 02 June 2014 - 08:13 PM

i thought the "he's another pile-jumping slow white guy like barrett ruud" stuff was over after he got a few starts at mike

the impact on our defense in 2012 once he got moved to the middle was so apparent that you'd have to be an idiot to still be arguing that he'd be dan connor without our defensive tackles. we basically had dwan edwards and a bunch of tackling dummies in 2012.

I still argue that star is the most important piece on our defense because he made keek that much better this past year along with everyone else. That's not a diss on keek. The defense as a whole is an engine where different parts need to be operating on all cylinders and keek definitely is the instructor for that.

It sure does sound like white-boy stigma though that some have eluded to just like when announcers and media ppl talk only about lukes brains. Kuechly is an athletic freak. Fast as lightning and he's fuging huge. Nobody talks about that ever. He put up the best combine numbers in his class but maybe his 12 year old face is clouding ppls judgements about him athletically.


#2806707 Nice story on Jerricho Cotchery

Posted by TheRumGone on 02 June 2014 - 12:30 PM

cotchery is great dude. he mentioned god. i don't agree with him in that regard.

 

it still doesn't change the fact that he is a great dude. the end.




#2806662 Rivera: "Bull****! This is our locker room."

Posted by TheRumGone on 02 June 2014 - 11:47 AM

Culture of mediocrity.

It took Rivera two years to grab the bull by the horns. Better late than never


#2805796 Panthers' Benjamin focused on clicking with Cam, not replacing Smith

Posted by TheRumGone on 01 June 2014 - 08:30 AM

I get the impression that Cam pushes the relationship just as much as KB. Was this the plan all along?

I'm not a Smitty basher at all, but could this happen if Smitty was still in Carolina? And why didn't Smitty do it? Family man - life style too different? What about Lafell? Ginn? Hixon?

Perhaps Gman drafted this freak WR with a passion to win that matches Cam's. And a sense of loyalty where he'd never throw Cam under the bus or try to show him up or let him down. Could they have gotten all of this from their interviews? And he let every other WR go so this wouldn't be an awkward evolution.

Maybe I'm a conspiracy theorist, but I think Cam had more to do with Smitty leaving than we think.


Cam hung out with Brandon a lot off the field.


#2805627 Panthers' Benjamin focused on clicking with Cam, not replacing Smith

Posted by TheRumGone on 31 May 2014 - 09:24 PM

When I read Benjamin said " I didn't want to let him down (Winston)" in the national championship game winning catch I was sold. Team-first mentality, great teammate, ungodly natural skills.

If he keeps this mindset he will do great things. It's been reported he constantly wants to hang with Cam and Cam the same. I haven't been this excited about a player in years. I realize it might be the smith effect but I've loved everything this guy has said since we drafted him.


#2805438 Josh Gordon may just be stupid

Posted by TheRumGone on 31 May 2014 - 02:32 PM

I'd be willing to bet every single one of us knows or has known someone who just never seems to be able to get out of their own way.  It's always sad, and worse if they happen to be a member of your family.

 

Professional sports is an entirely different world from regular society,  Most of us never would have made it past a first drug test without losing their job.  In sports you can get multiple chances.

 

Yet somehow, some people still manage to squander them.

 

Lord knows there's no such thing as a right to get paid millions of dollars to play a game for a living.  If you get that job, it's because you earned the privilege.  But a sad reality about privileges of this sort: they can often be lost far more easily than they were earned.  And once they've been lost, the path to regaining them can be more difficult than the one you took to earn them in the first place.

 

To have done everything it took for all the years of your life just to get to this spot, and then piss it all away for something stupid...what can you even say?

 

exactly. why would they choose these drugs over all of that???  hmmm....addiction maybe?

 

like i said its their personal responsibility to seek help. but they do need help.




#2805423 Josh Gordon may just be stupid

Posted by TheRumGone on 31 May 2014 - 02:12 PM

Some of the descriptions posters have said (arrogant, choosing drugs over money, knowing they have a drug test and still smoke/drink) are symptoms of addiction. The arrogant/denial part is most alarming.

There is a certain level of responsibility and them getting help for themselves is up to them and them alone. Sorry weed can be addictive. When you can't sleep can't eat because if weed withdrawals that is an addiction. It's not just he likes to smoke pot big deal.


When justin Blackmon chooses the bottle over millions and Gordon chooses to light up over millions they need to look in front of the mirror, surround themselves with non toxic people, and seek counseling. It's up to them and them alone. They have addiction problems and they need help




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