We all know Stew will be IR'ed with a cut finger and upset tummy.
I don't get these posts. The hit Stew took to his knee against the Saints was brutal and the one he took last night was nasty too. I understand the guy's been hurt a lot but let's but let's all stop acting like he isn't tough.
If my employer bad mouthed the Panthers or took sides with the Steelers I wouldn't defend my employer I would stand by my team and find a new job. Fortunately I am my employer and my job is being a Panthers fan so I got that going for me.
Well....off to Whole Foods to get some food and supplies for today.
haha yea man. im not just copy and pasting someone else's article. i do a few hours worth of research Monday through Wednesday, writing as i go along, and then do final editing on Thursday (or at least thats my plan).
i try to be as professional about it as possible, quoting when i use terminology used by someone else. but i rarely use someone else's words anyway. my research sources tend to be the NFL.com/ESPN.com injury reports, ESPN team clubhouses/depth charts, BleacherReport's OL/DL positional rankings, AccuWeather.com, and storylines that i pick up from the various articles written about the Panthers and their weekly opponent. When i add trivia or stats, i try to use ESPN's stats. Sometimes i will use NFL stat-database websites, but not always.
one thing i try hard not to do is to simply regurgitate the opinions of the media or even the Huddle as i write. i try to approach each game with an emotional bias toward the Panthers, but an overriding football objectivity.
and as always, i am open to feedback as far as how i can improve the write up and/or make it more interesting for Huddle readers.
My apologies for missing that initially. Respect the effort for sure.