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#3040996 thread on main page of SEA forum: "How do the hawks stop Greg Olsen on su...

Posted by CelibatePimp on Yesterday, 01:00 PM

Running QBs and the read option have been destroying the GB defense. CAR is going to toy with the GB defense.... oh wait.

#3036464 Hey Panther fans

Posted by CelibatePimp on 21 October 2014 - 11:53 PM

There was on of them who had a thread before last season titled "this is to us guys". They're cool but their coach is a fat dick for trying to ice the kicker when they were up 28-0.

#3033602 panthers vs seattle

Posted by CelibatePimp on 20 October 2014 - 04:35 PM

I'm weak. You had me at poonini

#3033488 thomas davis speaks

Posted by CelibatePimp on 20 October 2014 - 03:47 PM

this is as close as we're going to get to truth in the media from our locker room. RR/Getts will never keep it this real because they knew all along they weren't going to spend money this year. The huddle sees it as a year to year thing, they see it as 2-3 year process keeping in mind the core is proven. It just so happened we had a decent season last year but it wasn't intentional in reference to personnel. No one can argue against that point because they wouldn't have let them walk. let this marinate:

(end of last season interview)

Gettleman: "Who would have ever thought we would have had a run like this?"


This is pretty interesting. Maybe they are really building for the future. Signs point to it, ala the signing of "solid" vets like Cotchery, Avant etc. No one truly expects to build a team like that. It's just that us as fans want instant results. It'll be interesting to see what this team looks like when it's done.

On the other hand, you can't hang up your season because you're building for the future. You'll breed mediocrity and a losing attitude in the locker room. It's a fine balance that a GM must find because you'll never be able to afford all your star players.

#3032230 Who Will Lose By The Most Points Next Week In The NFC South?

Posted by CelibatePimp on 19 October 2014 - 11:39 PM

Seattle is overrated though...and they are so bad on the road. Remember we almost beat them last year when we were in our sucky part. Their D is exposed like ours. Will be a good test.


In our "sucky" period last year, we never ever got blown out like we have these days. We lost that game by 5 points and the defense was playing outstanding. I think they will stomp our asses into the ground.

#3032100 The Traditional QB Still Rules the League

Posted by CelibatePimp on 19 October 2014 - 10:34 PM

Yes, but in the same breath he will do a 360 in the pocket, like today.  There's no question our O-line is bad, but that's no excuse.  The Patriots O-line right now isn't necessarily the top in the league.  It's very average.  The Packers also have an average O-line.  I will say Cam doesn't have any speed at the receiver position, but I wonder if he was known more for his passing, would we be having a little more success in spite of all our offensive woes.  Again, look at Brady.  He has no real receivers outside his tight end, and yet his team is competing every year.  It's arguable if the Packers didn't have Aaron Rodgers, would they be nothing but an average team with their receivers?  Jordy Nelson can ball, but I think Rodgers make them look better than they actually are.


I'm not yet convinced Cam can do what these other guys are doing.  I should be able to see that potential in Cam even with this poorest offense, but I just can't see a consistent year in and year out competitor.  That is having the skills to light teams up consistently with his arm.  He's yet to throw for over 300 yards in a long while.  We can't ignore what Flacco is doing with Smitty.  Things like that.  Plus, I'm not confident in our ability to put the right coaching around Cam to utilize his ability. 


Cam has been making most of his throws from the pocket. I don't see what you are seeing. The only time he leaves is if there is interior pressure.


As for thrwoing for 300yds, that is on the coach. Coach wants ball control offense with safe plays. Is it a coincidence that he has not had that since Chud was OC apart from our loss at ARI last season?

#3032067 The Traditional QB Still Rules the League

Posted by CelibatePimp on 19 October 2014 - 10:24 PM

This is Cam Derangement Syndrome. This is not an original idea worthy of a thread. Without Cam, we would be near the Raiders and Jaguars right now. There are 52 other men on the roster, a head coach, a GM, I'd argue every last one of them should be getting more criticism than Cam except maybe JJ Jansen.

I hope every last one of you talking poo about Cam tonight has a bad Monday tomorrow. I hope your alarm clock doesn't go off. I hope you get stuck in traffic. I hope your shitty boss yells at you and I hope customers complain that you're being too slow with their fries. Please get a life.


Dude, just chill. Allow people to express their opinions. Afterall you were here last year betting money that Cam will never lead a game winning drive.

#3032047 The Traditional QB Still Rules the League

Posted by CelibatePimp on 19 October 2014 - 10:18 PM

Yet Cam not stepping up in the pocket is something we have seen consistently throughout his short career.  I don't think that is going to change by now.  In any case, I'm tired of hearing about Cam running the ball.  It's not just commentators, but we actually see this in the game.  Cam is our leading rusher right now.  I want a guy who is known for his throwing.  All the top teams right now have these guys behind center.  


What are you talking about stepping up in the pocket? Go and watch his play from last week. There was that Brandon William completion where he climbed the pocket to hit him on a crossing route for 16yds and a first down.

#3032025 The Traditional QB Still Rules the League

Posted by CelibatePimp on 19 October 2014 - 10:13 PM

I've watched the Broncos, Patriots, Colts, etc continue to compete at the top of the league year in and year out.  They have franchise QBs, but what is special about them is their best talent is picking apart defenses with their arm.  Sitting back, manipulating DBs, and picking them apart.  They also know how to move within the pocket, as to avoid good pass rushers.  My biggest fear with Cam is that he will never fully learn how to do this.  That he either leans more toward his athletic side, or is pressured by everyone (media and fans alike) to be the QB who throws for 200 and run for 100.  I'm tired of this crap because it is the traditional pocket passer that competes year in and year out.  Vick had his moments, but his team never competed every year.


I'm being real.  I love Cam as much as anyone else.  I also know he can throw the ball.  Yet I don't think he will ever become a franchise pocket passer.  Have yall seen the 360 he did today in the pocket, running slam into a defender for the team's first sack?  I just don't know if I want to invest 160 million into one guy, if this is what I should expect for the rest of his career.  In any case, I want a traditional guy back there.  The primarily athletic QB still hasn't come in and changed the game just yet.  I'm open to the idea of trading Cam at the end of the season for a bunch of picks.

Just stop it. Getting a QB is the most important part to buidling a franchise. Cam is a solid QB who is still developing. He has made great strides in being a pocket passer.


Talking abou the sack, did you see a LB bull rush an LT? Those are who we should be worried about not Cam.

#3031824 Cam was off today

Posted by CelibatePimp on 19 October 2014 - 09:19 PM

I love when people ask you for specific poo and lame ass dudes start talking about people nuts.

How about you be prepared with facts instead of being completely clueless when people ask you for them.


Ok, go home to Cam now. I am done. Not interested anymore. Cam had a perfect game.

#3031739 Cam was off today

Posted by CelibatePimp on 19 October 2014 - 08:52 PM

The team lost the game. Not any one player. I don't agree with the OP but he's entitled to his opinion without his motives being questioned.


If the Panthers offense had put together a few 5-8 minute drives it would have made the defense look a little better. We got one 1st down in the 1st quarter (via penalty). That isn't good enough as an offense. I don't put any of that on Cam specifically. But our offense didn't help the defense at all today. Last week they did.


The funny thing is I never even suggested in the OP that Cam lost us the game. People become sensitive at the mention of Cam and lose their rational faculties.

#3031691 Cam was off today

Posted by CelibatePimp on 19 October 2014 - 08:39 PM

It sounds like someone is a little irritable that their thread has clearly backfired.


Since when is actually focusing on the real problem, as in, you know, our D giving up 30+ points a week being "blind and sensitive"?


Cam was looking pretty damn good throwing that game winning touchdown pass to Cotchery in OT, oh wait, I forgot, he dropped it. Again this shitty thread from you was nowhere to be found. Focus on the real problem, Cam is one of our few bright spots, it's as simple as that.


How am I getting irritable? I don't see you complain when I post links praising Cam. You become so sensitive when anyone tries to talk about a flaw in Cam's game.

#3030559 That tie game

Posted by CelibatePimp on 19 October 2014 - 03:55 PM

Really fugged with both panthers and bengals as both teams got blown out today.. is this a start of a new curse or some ish??


This is why you go all out on every single game. Wins are hard to come by and when you are close to one, you go ahead and grab it. That stupid decision he took last week. Imagine the kicker made that FG. We would have lost it in the same manner we lost against BUF last season. Apparently he's gone back to being conservative. No fire to win, none.


Watching STL fake a punt to win against SEA today man, that's guts.

#3030383 So Greg Hardy has now sat for 6 games. Status for next week?

Posted by CelibatePimp on 19 October 2014 - 03:33 PM

Keep in mind Goodell said first-time offenders would serve a 6 game suspension. Is it not entirely plausible we could reactivate Hardy against Seattle and fine him 6 gamechecks if he's convicted by a jury?


He is being paid so it's technically not a suspension. We can't use that argument.

#3029991 Official Panthers - Packers Gameday Thread

Posted by CelibatePimp on 19 October 2014 - 02:55 PM



Thats guts. Thats playing to win. RR should learn!!!

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