Our seventh top game of 2013 was Monday Night Football's top offering, a 24-20 thriller in Carolina between two very good teams. Ron Rivera's Panthers featured an offense that didn't ask the quarterback to make too many plays in the passing game, pounded the run 30 times a game and played a middle linebacker-centric defense.
Yeah, one minute they appear like world beaters and in the next minute... not so much.
I would definitely label England as the classic underachiever. So much talent and potential but they never come close to fulfilling it. From meltdowns to flat play to errors, England never appears to be in it mentally.
The thing about England is that they hype the British players in the EPL. If you look closely, most of the stars of the EPL are foreigners. For example, no English man has been the top scorer in a season since 2000.
I actually thought that Huddlers grew up in the off-season but I was wrong. They just become even bigger pricks than they were during the season. There is no way possible to please everyone with every thread, no more than I'm pleased by all of yours. If I go into a thread I don't like, I simply leave and try another. But I get it now, so many of you are so small that you have to act big from your keyboards while using the Huddle as your vehicle and the Panthers as your tool. Now mind you, this doesn't apply to all Huddlers but probably the masses. I like this forum and having a place to discuss my favorite professional team but I don't like being ridiculed every time I type something someone doesn't like nor do I like reading ridicule directed at others for the same. Grow Up