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Sasquatch

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#3247840 Jaguars and falcons to pursue Julius Thomas

Posted by Sasquatch on 20 February 2015 - 03:11 PM

julius thomas is a pretty average tight end if you take away his touchdown catches.

 

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#3243016 Kenny Britt please! !

Posted by Sasquatch on 15 February 2015 - 07:50 PM

Kenny Britt had 748 yards on 48rec. and 3 TD with a 15.6 yards per reception avg. this year.... With a horrible QB situation. . He would be a nice deep threat Wr option for cheap.. I thought we should have signed him last year..He would be perfect in this offense with KB Cam and Olsen ... Than maybe we can draft a WR in later rounds of the draft...

 

I'm thinking that's not too likely. This stat will mean more than the ones you cite.

 

 

 The incident marks the ninth time Britt was involved with police since he joined the NFL.[12]

 

http://en.wikipedia....iki/Kenny_Britt




#3238470 Punishment

Posted by Sasquatch on 11 February 2015 - 12:27 PM

If all the time off for Hardy, Peterson, Rice, etc. is not considered punishment by the league, why ever suspend anyone. The only true punishment through that logic is fine the crap out of them.


#3198397 Hardy leaves goodbye to Panthers players.

Posted by Sasquatch on 11 January 2015 - 05:45 PM

That doesn't mean it never happened. 

 

 

Umm actually, it never did  happen.  That's the way the NC system works for misdemeanors. 




#3187307 Hello from Mike Remmers' agent...

Posted by Sasquatch on 08 January 2015 - 03:36 PM

Please don't judge us on the 5% that are a little out there.

 

 

Or the 75% that are WAY out there. :startle:




#3176823 Panthers = Smoke and Mirrors

Posted by Sasquatch on 04 January 2015 - 08:55 AM

Detroit beats Dallas

 

We beat Green Bay, Detroit beats Seattle

 

We play NFC Championship game in Charlotte

 

Just sayin'

 




#3168673 Interesting thing I heard on Chicago sports radio

Posted by Sasquatch on 02 January 2015 - 08:41 AM

And then he gave Rivera a three year extension?




#3154970 Who predicted Panthers win?

Posted by Sasquatch on 27 December 2014 - 08:13 PM

Wow. Overwhelming majority picked falcons. I just don't see it.

 

I wouldn't be too concerned. Switch it to week 14 . You can select it right above the search box.




#3154959 Who predicted Panthers win?

Posted by Sasquatch on 27 December 2014 - 08:01 PM

http://nflpickwatch.com/




#3125457 Dead Money This year

Posted by Sasquatch on 08 December 2014 - 04:19 PM

With Hardy, that's almost 40 million for nothing. Almost a third of the cap.


#3076228 49ERS BEAT THE SAINTS! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Posted by Sasquatch on 10 November 2014 - 07:30 PM

Rhetorical questions is a preference choice but I still think the wrong punctuation was chosen by the troll.

 

It was, but he'll never admit it. 




#3022867 I sorta miss Alice.

Posted by Sasquatch on 15 October 2014 - 06:40 PM

Do I need to seek professional help.

 

Just save this as your desktop wall paper. It'll be like he's always with you. 

 

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#3019473 How bout my Boys!

Posted by Sasquatch on 13 October 2014 - 05:15 PM

5-1 and just knocked off Seattle. Great year for us!

Meanwhile, a dumpster fire is burning in Charlotte. Lol

 

 

Dumpster fire?  We added to our lead over the division and didn't even have to win.




#3006764 Goodell believes in due process, but...

Posted by Sasquatch on 09 October 2014 - 02:05 AM

Hardy was found guilty by a judge and is appealing his ruling.  He was found guilty, so it's not like his case has yet to be heard and it's merely an accusation.  Albeit, the guilty ruling was a bit suspicious based on what I've heard from the testimony.  

 

Since Hardy is appealing he might still end up found innocent.  I always thought he should serve a 6 game suspension (new amount set by the league for crimes like this) for being found guilty and be able to return afterward.  If he's found innocent at his jury trial, great.  If he's found guilty again, he already served his suspension.  I think putting him on an indefinite paid leave was a ridiculous knee-jerk reaction and it made the Panthers look foolish.

 

You're obviously not from NC.




#3005072 Byrd Out For The Year

Posted by Sasquatch on 08 October 2014 - 01:42 AM

Ugh. Discussing bounty with rival teams fans is frustrating because you believed everything that was spoon fed to you by the NFL and the media because it was the Saints and the whole thing made you happy. I mean why would you want to dig and see if there were any actual facts out there.


There were confessions by coaches and players.


We all know the NFL and Goodell are liars now.


What lies?

Payton wasn't punished for his role in the bounty case asshat. Goodells words were, "There was no proof that Payton had any role in the bounty sheme, but he should have known, and ignorance is not an excuse." So you keep throwing out that Payton ran it, with no proof at all.


Wasn't there an email indicating that Payton's agent was contributing?


You also don't care about the Giants players targeting Mike Williams in the NFC Championship game a few years ago because all you care about is the Saints orginization looking like poo. Players after that game said they knew Williams had a concussion and wanted to "test" it. But damn the Saints are evil! No matter that the Packers were running a pay for performance in 2007. No loss of draft picks. No suspensions. Nothing. Why? Because there wasn't a concussion lawsuit going then.


Is there a difference between players setting up a pool within a position group and a coach administering a program extending outside the org?


The Saints ran what was and probably still is a common practice in the NFL. The difference is Gregg Williams is a POS. I'm guessing he got to NO and suddenly concocted this whole scheme though. He probably didn't run anything like that in all of his other years of coaching.


NO other team was identified with anything close to the same type program.


That's all I'm discussing on the matter. You want to feed into the NFL railroading the Saints? I'm fine with that. Stay uneducated on the matter. The Saints were made an example of in light of the concussion issue.


Railroading? to what end? Then Saints were rising in popularity which adds to league bank accounts. The Saints must have really POed all 31 other owners to get them to stand by and allow Goodell to do that.