Being a Panther fan has taught me to "Play the hand dealt".
I cannot pull for the Panthers to lose. No use trying, I can't do it. I will continue to do the same thing I've always done. I will get excited about the next game, and when it's over, I'm Mad as crap or Happy as Hell. If we don't win, it takes me a day or two to get over it, and then I start thinking about the next game.
As far as supporting the Coaching Staff and front office, I tend to be the same way. I think JR is an awesome owner, and I'm grateful he brought the Panthers to my hometown. I've never gotten too caught up with the selection process for coaches. RR is the man right now, and I can't help but want him to do well. If it was left up to me, we would probably still have Capers running the show. I would not be upset if our OC was replaced, but if he isn't, I'm still going to keep pulling for him to get it right. Make Cam successful, that's what I want.
Every year I'm hoping the Panthers win the Super Bowl, and when we don't, I spend a lot of time trying to decide who we should draft and why. What I've learned over the years is that if I was making the picks, the Panthers would be in a world of trouble. Examples - I wasn't fully sold on Cam at 1, and I could not have been more wrong. I also wanted DT when Luke was picked, and he's turned out to be a world class Beast. (My two favorite players)
This season, I'm still holding out hope that we win out and make a deep run. Until we are mathematically eliminated, I can't help it. Once the season is over, I'm going to hope I'm wrong again, and our FO hits a homerun with our first pick. (Regardless of which pick it is) Right now, I still hope it's the 32nd pick.
Probably so. It was a huge mistake to push for the jury trial when he could have taken his medicine and let things calm back down. He was found guilty by the judge andhe will be found guilty by the jury. I'm not sure if it is ego or incredibly bad legal advice but the decision to keep the case alive was a colossal fug up.
Road the bike down to camp today. I know it was hot as crap.
I had heard about the chemistry between Cam and KB, and it's true. I know it's early, but I think we hit the jackpot with KB, and this could be the start of something special. I was really impressed with this young mans ability to go after the ball. #13 is the real deal.
For what it's worth, I didn't think Cason did that bad fielding punts today. I thought he did better than Barner and Philly Brown did.
I am pleased with the signing. I'm not understanding how anyone would not be. Before today we had 0 veteran WR's on staff. The dude caught 10 TD passes last year. We need experienced positive leadership in the locker room. To each his own, but I'm good with it.
I think a number of posters are over reacting to this. This defense is stacked with talent, and obviously McDermott has done an outstanding job. (Undeniable Fact)
He is a professional and the Panthers are a class organization. I'm certain he is fully committed to his job which includes preparing for the playoffs, and ultimately winning a Super Bowl.
He also has a family and future to be concerned with. (We all do) I personally would not want to work for an organization that wouldn’t support me doing what’s in my own best interest. It’s a simple interview, and I don’t see any reason why this would prevent him from doing what he has done extremely well all year long.
This team has far exceeded my expectations this year and I am having a blast just being along for the ride. Anything positive from this point forward is just icing on the cake.