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#2729067 is being proud of being white wrong?

Posted by TheRumGone on 06 April 2014 - 05:13 PM

What a circle jerk

Or maybe you could just be more informed. I've read Elvis' biography. You wanna know who taught him guitar? A black bluesman

#2727984 I love, love, LOVE this mock by Matt Miller

Posted by TheRumGone on 05 April 2014 - 11:46 AM

if lewan falls i don't care who is there at reciever minus watkins (obviously wouldn't be) you grab him.


that would be more of a drop than star imo

#2727696 update: The illegal alien that rammed her car into me...

Posted by TheRumGone on 04 April 2014 - 11:58 PM

i really hate the word "illegal"

#2727693 What does the Ramsdell hiring say about Shula's future?

Posted by TheRumGone on 04 April 2014 - 11:54 PM



lol but really



what i saw was Cam bringing it all together. maybe i'm just fuging crazy though right?


and maybe some people don't realize that this is a team sport. Cam's crazy rookie year? also featured a poo ton of turnovers. 2nd year? a poo load of turnovers.


Cam was elite last year and i don't care about the numbers. i watched the games. the dude made it happen. and he believed in Shula. why would he do that?


Shula got Cam to play within the team. Within the talent of the team. And 12-4 is what happened. I like the Ramsdell hiring because complacency is never a good thing. 2 minds are better than 1.

#2727675 Worst Case Scenario

Posted by TheRumGone on 04 April 2014 - 11:20 PM

i will be one of the ones going bonkers most likely, albeit for a short period of time. i trust Gettleman after the magic he worked last offseason. but i cant for the life of me imagine why we need another OLB right now. we have two legitimate backups in Blackburn and Klein. if the team chose an OLB at any pick, i would not understand it. if we waste a 1st or 2nd rounder on a position that is nowhere near a need, i will be upset. i'll come to accept it and watch and see, but i'll initially be upset. 


i agree with you that this topic creates blithering idiots, and on both sides. most people who want the BPA dont make it clear that they want the BPA that fills the needs of the team. neither do they acknowledge that BPA is a relative term. BPA could also be interpreted as Best Fit Available, which could seem to be "reaching" to some people. there is a limit to the reasonable reach IMO, and just because a player is listed at the top of the media's big board at the Panthers' pick doesnt mean the Panthers should chose that player. BPA according to the Panthers' big board? sure. fire away. but people dont specify that either. 


perhaps its the ambiguity of the term "BPA" that aggravates me more than the concept itself. it just seems to me that some people would have the Panthers pick a bunch of random players that dont fill the needs of the team just because that player is listed on the top of the media's big board. thats the impression they give and it frustrates me.


i understand what you are saying but i try and think of it kind of like this. obviously picking a QB or a RB or a OG or a C at the 28th pick is retarded. because the value wouldn't be there. it's kind of a mix of BPA and need.


but filling needs does not give you the best overall team. you keep drafting the most talented players on your big board. lets say at 28 we have a choice between shazier or morgan moses. would shazier be the better pick long term or would morgan moses? who would have the best impact on our team? id wager shazier would. our defense would change with shazier at the pick. we could be 10 times more creative even with TD on the field. Think big impact, game changing plays. Or a Tackle who can protect our QB. Who has the greater chance of succeeding at their position? Now what if we picked morgan moses to be our starting left tackle. Would he have a bigger impact on the overall team then shazier? thats where i think the argument needs to be. Who will have the bigger impact immediately but more importantly long term. Would you rather have an A+ player or a B player just because that B player fills a need. It gets tricky here, because i can see the argument that "well damn is Byron Bell going to be our starting left tackle?" i can see both sides but i wont freak the fug out if that is the pick.


it's all about impact, especially in the first two rounds. Who will have the biggest impact on your team for the immediate but most importantly the long-term. I just hope to god OBJ is there at 28 because i love that dude.


i firmly believe this guy is going to be special at the next level


#2727613 Worst Case Scenario

Posted by TheRumGone on 04 April 2014 - 09:51 PM

this faulty line of thinking is what gets teams 4-6 RB's while the rest of their needs suffer. the only way i support BPA is if it is "BPA according to needed positions". take the best OT, WR, CB, S, DT, TE, DE, RB available. and with the exception of OT and WR (of which we need 2 of each), we meet our need with one pick and move to another. ie, once a CB is picked, dont fuggin pick another. move to the next need.

and even then... BPA is no indication of future production. i wonder if Everette Brown and Jeff Otah were BPA at the time we picked them? What about Jon Beason and Jonathan Stewart, who have been injured more than they've played?

sorry... the concept of BPA makes me angry. every time its suggested, it seems to be the lazy cop-out. "we shouldnt waste time researching which players best fit our scheme. lets just take whoever the fug the media decides is the "best" pick when its our turn! everything will turn out great then!"

no offense to you Herbert. im not calling you stupid or anything. its the ideology im against. not you.

Best player available and a player who fits your scheme go hand in hand. He's your highest rated player because he fits into what you are trying to do on offense or defense.

It's actually not a cop out and furthermore it creates a lot of blithering idiots shouting from rooftops.

Watch what happens if we pick shazier in the first if he is our highest rated player. This place will go bonkers.

#2726998 allergy season has begun yay!......not

Posted by TheRumGone on 04 April 2014 - 12:16 PM

started feeling the symptoms yesterday, now it's here in full force. Loaded up on meds but goddamnit i hate this fuging poo. fuging pollen everywhere







#2726910 McNabb weighs in on our lack of a threat at WR (via D. Newton)

Posted by TheRumGone on 04 April 2014 - 10:51 AM

sit down son, papa aceboogie is about to take you to football U

When the leader of the panther apocalypse speaks you shut up and listen

#2726592 Ravens reloading Flacco's arsenal this year.

Posted by TheRumGone on 04 April 2014 - 12:55 AM

i'm reading a circle jerk right now...





#2726574 Things over the past year that Smitty has done that don't correspond to t...

Posted by TheRumGone on 04 April 2014 - 12:32 AM

Was there a influx of "why we shouldn't have cut Smitty" threads lately? ?

It seem like most people have moved on. So why the need to over labor the point??


because he was the greatest panther of all time?


a lot of the griping has been 13 year old teenage girl poo. the OP actually made a thread about why Gettleman and the FO decided to move on from Smitty with videos and poo. this is literally like one of the best threads about the move.


but then you get the "yea lets trash the GOAT panther" crowd getting all butthurt. but the truth of the matter is that this is more than likely part of the reason why they decided to move on from him (as well as financially).


this move will be talked about for as long as we live kkl

#2726548 Things over the past year that Smitty has done that don't correspond to t...

Posted by TheRumGone on 03 April 2014 - 11:37 PM

I have a major problem with this mentality that Cam can't be the "top dog so to speak".


I saw no problem with Jake getting us to a Super Bowl or the NFC Championship game with Smitty on the field.


I can get that. Thats not the issue though. Smith was on his way out. Has a few years left. Jake and Cam are not the same people. I think Gettleman wants Cam to groom this new set of receivers.


I think they want Cam to have total control of everything. And i'm telling you I believe in this guy more than any panther player thats ever been here. More than smitty. We all know smitty's personality and his "throw me the fuging ball" routine. I have loved it. But give Cam the full authority where every single person in that huddle is looking at him as the #1 leader and watch this kid blossom. He is that special. It's his time to be the sole voice of this panther offense.

#2726535 Things over the past year that Smitty has done that don't correspond to t...

Posted by TheRumGone on 03 April 2014 - 11:27 PM

And the "fan base" continues to shyt on the greatest Panther to ever hit the field.


this is not shitting on the greatest player to wear a panthers uniform.


the OP is showing what would have rustled Gettlemans feathers. There is a major difference.


fwiw. i loved every fuging second of this past season and smitty's antics. his last season as a panther is something i will remember for the rest of my life. think about all the great moments he had this past year. his last year as a panther.


I think Gettleman wants Cam in control of his recievers. To be the top dog so to speak. to be the general. There was no reigning in smitty. everyone knows that.

#2725417 Intent of the LT position

Posted by TheRumGone on 03 April 2014 - 12:05 AM

Fwiw he was amazing in preseason at pass blocking while at LT.

A lot of unknowns are scary to people, myself included.

#2725215 is being proud of being white wrong?

Posted by TheRumGone on 02 April 2014 - 08:06 PM

It was a mix of country western music as well. To say other wise is revisionist history

I can go into further detail than this but

Read up on the British Invasion and American rock n roll, listen to some allman brothers then listen to some old blues guitarists. Some of it is interchangeable minus technology that was developed like Jimis wah wah and the distortion pedal.

If you asked those musicians who there biggest influences were it would be those old blues guitarists like son house and Robert Johnson. This isn't revisionist history. You can hear the influence easily.

If you ask yourself who or what band was the quintessential American rock n rollers who would you say that would be?

#2724509 Wyoming DB working out for Panthers

Posted by TheRumGone on 02 April 2014 - 10:41 AM

6 foot 195 pounds with long arms.


just what we are looking for. he is a very physical player.

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