This guy plays like no one I've ever seen in college basketball. He finishes at the rim at a level you'd only put LeBron in the same sentence with. His confidence in his jumpshot and his execution on it is professional. His court vision is excellent.
I preordered the PS4 but I did so with free shipping so It's not expected until 11/20-11/23.
The PS4 launch lineup is very poor. Knack is very average and Killzone is a dull sequel from what I've read. Really the PS4 has the weakest launch lineup of the three consoles. The Wii U with Super Mario Bros U, Nintendo Land and Zombi U was a better lineup.
Xbox One has the best game lineup at launch. Dead Rising, Ryse, Forza, those are impressive launch titles.
I typically buy all the Sony and Nintendo consoles and handhelds as I prefer the Japanese games like Mario, Final Fantasy, Tales, etc.
I'll probably pick up Battlefield 4. I don't really like FPS games but I hear it has stunning graphics and will be something to show the system off with. Can't believe there is no Little Big Planet, Gran Turismo, Final Fantasy, Uncharted, etc. Even one of these games would've been nice.
I like defensive football and even though I'm critical of Cam, on a team with this good a defense, his ability to keep plays alive and his strong arm on those routes near the sideline can be deadly.
Next week will tell us even more about this football team. Brady and Belichick will do everything possible to keep Brady protected and get him time and Brady can make reads and deliver great throws. The Panthers D will challenge them but I think Cam will have to make more plays next week.
You just have to do enough to win. Cam did enough to win today, Kap didn't. Let's see if Cam can elevate his game for that showdown next week.
Falcons have beaten the same teams we have, Rams and Bucs. They've played a tougher schedule so far and have a worse record. The Panthers certainly should have momentum going into the game, but don't doubt the Falcons talent. The Cardinals picked Ryan off 5 times last year and they also gave Newton tons of problems when we lost to them earlier in the year. Aside from that the Falcons lost close games to the Saints, Jets and Patriots, three teams we have 4 games left with.
I hope our players aren't as arrogant as the fan base is. This is going to be a tough divisional game with a lot at stake.
Damn. What does the man gotta do to have proven talent? Break NFL records in passing yards his first two seasons? Break an NFL record in rushing TDs his rookie year? Have a lot of TDS, rush for a shitload of more this season with outstanding completion percentage.
Win more games. Right now he's Vince Carter or Tracy McGrady. He's Daunte Culpepper. Great numbers, but we need to win close games. Keep the stats up and finish a game like Geno Smith does.
Steve Beuerlein had some amazing stats too for a couple of years. It's all about wins. Everybody knows that. That's why people revere Jake Delhomme here. Truth be told, Beuerlein, Collins, Newton and even Reich (ok, maybe not Reich) might've thrown the ball better. Delhomme just got the job done when it mattered and played on the right teams.
Last time the Panthers made the playoffs they were undefeated at home in the regular season.
You can look at that in multiple ways though, home success propelled the team, yes, but in the playoffs they were demolished by Kurt Warner's Cardinals.
Winning at home is overrated and never reliable. You need around 10 wins, more or less, to get into the playoffs. You can get those 10 any way, it just needs to be 10. And in the playoffs, you might be better off playing team X on the road than team Y at home.
Match-ups are more important than fields. Kurt Warner VS our secondary, put that in Charlotte, the moon, Arizona, nothing will change the outcomoe.