Jump to content


CharlottePanther

Member Since 12 Mar 2013
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 10:25 PM
*----

Topics I've Started

We have to accept the fact that a WC is our only real shot at the playoffs.

17 November 2013 - 09:18 PM

First let me say, I hate the Taints, hate them with a deep passion within my soul. And I would love nothing more than to be wrong. BUT I am being realistic, and as much as it pains me to say this.. The Saints ARE the best tram in the NFL right now and its not even close. Better than the Broncos, Chiefs, Seahawks. Its almost unfair how good they are. I am fully convinced you could blind fold Brees and he would still come out of that game with a passer rating of over 100.

I just dont get it, it seems like everything goes the Saints way. Brees Sacked for a 15 yd loss, 3rd and 25? No problemo, deep 40 yd bomb to Lance Moore and suddenly its 1st and goal. Brees backed up their own 1 yd line? No sweat, 25 yd bomb downfield completed to some WR ive never even heard of. I cant even remember the last time Brees jersey was dirty due to being sacked. Yes they lost to the Jets but that was the exception not the rule.

The bottom line is this, I love the Panthers probably as much if not more than the most die hard fan on here. But im also a realist and quite frankly, when I hear people say "oh the Saints dont scare me, they are very beatable." No, they actually arent. Two weeks ago we heard "they face a lot tougher schedule with the Cowboys and 9ers coming to town." Well the 9ers and Cowboys came and went and the Saints came out on top.

Their offense is miles better than ours and frankly its not even close. Every position from the QB, the O line, to the TE/WR corps just trumps our corps by a wide margin. Their D is plenty good enough.

Billick mistakenly calls Calvin Johnson Charles Johnson during Lions game.

17 November 2013 - 03:54 PM

Billick is calling the Lions/Steelers game. starting to think Billick has a secret shrine in his house dedicated to the Panthers.

Picture proof our D isnt human..

14 November 2013 - 09:48 PM

Attached File  image.jpg   132.62KB   297 downloads

Who is that and wtf is going on there? Is that Mike Mitchell? Sorry, slow Thursday night and I just had to post this WTF pic. Click on the pic to enlarge and it looks even more crazy.

This next game is going to be a huge measuring stick alright... For the Patriots.

12 November 2013 - 10:04 PM

Im not sold the Patriots are real contenders. Who have they beat? A very lucky win against New Orleans and yes the 5-4 Jets. But lets look at their cake schedule shall we..

Buffallo, New York, Tampa Bay, Atlanta, Cincinnati, New Orleans, New York, Miami and Pittsburgh. If the Patriots can go into Charlotte and beat a true contender like the Panthers, they will then prove they are legitimate contenders and worthy of talk about them making a playoff run. The bottom line is this game will be a huge test and good measuring stick for the Patriots to know just how good (or bad) they are and what kind of team they are.

There, am I doing it right? And for those thinking "oh no he didnt just go there!" Yes the hell I did, bring it!

So 9-7 is our floor it seems..

12 November 2013 - 09:26 AM

Dolphins, Bucs and Falcons are 3 locks for a W. (Yea I know, "any given sunday" no win is guaranteed in the NFL yada yada) but lets be real, barring a catastrophe like Cam getting hurt or a freak accident that involves Keek, CJ, Star and Hardy all getting hurt, we can all pretty much agree those are 3 extremely winnable games..

So its safe to say 9-7 is our floor. The Jets I see as very winnable as well but not quite up there with a "sure win" like I would classify Miami, TB or Atlanta. So thats a very easy 10-6 if we also beat a very beatable Jets but just to play it conservative, i wont put the Jets a sure win like the other three teams. Split with the Saints AND/OR beat the Pats and we are looking at a real realistic 11-5/12-4 senario. But nonetheless, lets be real. 9-7 ATLEAST is a given and with the Bears and Packers reeling, we would get a WC even if we tie with them due to being 6-2 in the NFC (btw, we are up 2-3 games on everyone else in the NFC as far as NFC wins are concerned, we lead the NFC with a 6-2 record in the conference).

Again, 9-7 is our floor though and 10-6 or 11-5 is a lot more likely.

Shop at Amazon Contact Us: info@carolinahuddle.com