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Servant of Cthululelei

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#3105577 This weekend's preemptive gif

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 26 November 2014 - 10:38 AM

Many on this board after a loss on Sunday:




Me after a loss on Sunday:



#3093990 Amini Silatolu

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 17 November 2014 - 07:47 PM

oh yes, an integral part of the all-world 2nd round hurneymagic team


DeShaun Foster

Bruce Nelson

Keary Colbert

Eric Shelton

Richard Marshall

Dwayne Jarrett

Ryan Kalil

Everette Brown

Sherrod Martin

Jimmy Clausen

traded for Armanti Edwards

Amini Silatolu






That is pretty terrible, but at least there are a few decent picks in there, but the only one that has outplayed 2nd round status is Ryan Kalil.  Foster and Marshall we're probably worthy of 2nd round picks.  The rest are garbage.

#3060477 Body Language

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 31 October 2014 - 09:31 AM

Olson mic up showed us that. Both Stewart and Dwill could of cared less. Stewart looked like he wanted to be back on his exercise bike.



At least Stewart was running his ass off.  I don't doubt that D-Will was trying his hardest too, but things just weren't working for him other than that one screen play.  We've rehashed about a million times how these guys aren't worth their contracts, but one thing I've never doubted is their heart.

#3058988 Cam is high

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 30 October 2014 - 10:14 PM

Not an excuse.  It's an explanation.


With Brees, that's an exception.  With Newton, it's every play.


No. No it just isn't.  The protection was very good tonight through the first half.  Cam making poor passes combined with Shula's inexplicable playcalling and a couple dropped balls stalled all of our drives.


The protection is bad and has cost us in a lot of games.  Tonight that was not the case.  Cam is in a funk and needs to break out of it.  But I think it may be too late for our season. 

#3053459 Tre Boston starting

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 29 October 2014 - 04:04 PM

Wait...so people who have been bitching about Harper all season are now upset that he's been replaced in the starting lineup?

#3030713 Rivera is Losing the Team

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 19 October 2014 - 04:17 PM

I think Rivera is losing you. How his decisions affect you personally don't translate into the locker room.

The common denominators in all the games we have had poor showings in: The 3-4.


Which says to me that at the very least, Shula is incompetent against the 3-4.  Which I think is an inexcusable weakness in an NFL offensive coordinator.


I know it's not as simple as pinning it all on Shula - the players have to execute.  But when the entire offense fails to function against all three 3-4 defenses we have faced, the head man has to be held responsible in some way.

#3023631 The key to beating Aaron Rodgers and the Packers...

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 16 October 2014 - 12:26 PM

This is not a key to beating him.  It's a statistic.  And statistics mean nothing when it comes to an individual incident.


You might as well say the key to beating him is to score more points than he does.


Still interesting nonetheless.  Just thought the thread title was misleading.

#3023610 Today's practice tweets

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 16 October 2014 - 12:10 PM

i didn't know we had so many panther fans with PHDs


Even if they did have PHDs, it wouldn't be relevant.  Doctors have MDs.

#3023403 TV Map for Week 7

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 16 October 2014 - 09:56 AM

Rosario Dawson was Mike Rucker, wasn't it?



No.  Rucker only does our preseason games, and I definitely remember the Rosario Dawson incident was when Dante Rosario caught the last second game winner against San Diego to open the season in...I think 2008?

#3018931 1. KB 2. ? 3. Avant 4. Bersin 5. Brown

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 13 October 2014 - 01:11 PM



Can we stop with all the receiver talk?  Could they be better?  Sure.  Are they the top issue on this team?  Not even close.  We need to fix the Secondary, the OLine, and the RBs before we even need to think about addressing the WR "issue".


Yeah, Cotchery dropped a game winning TD pass.  It was tipped by the defender right before it got to his hands, but he should have caught it anyways.  He didn't.  It happens.  Move on.

#3018525 Thomas Davis on Tie

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 13 October 2014 - 10:29 AM

BUT it is a loss. If we end up going 9-6-1 and if the Taints go 9-7, then we lose out on both the division AND wildcard. At this point, the only way to make the playoffs is to win the South.


Uhhh....that's wrong.  In that scenario, we win the division outright.

#3017240 Did both teams lose?

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 12 October 2014 - 07:07 PM

I wonder how often that happens?  I don't really keep up with who gets in by how much. 


I'm still confused how a tie might benefit us here, can someone lay out a plausible scenario?


It happened to the Packers just last year.

#3008098 J.J. Watt or Luke Kuechly

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 09 October 2014 - 09:19 PM


#2990613 several items from USA Today...Benji OROY so far

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 30 September 2014 - 12:52 PM

Just sayin all this Roy nonsense means squat to the Panthers unless they parlay those guys into a team to be reckoned with game in and out.  We got fuggin beat like a drum on Sunday.


That is very true, but if you take a moment and look at the rest of our roster, with few exceptions (Kalil, Olsen, Davis), it's a veritable who's who of UDFAs, Bargain-bin FA signings, and overpaid veterans past their prime.  The first problem will be fixed by the better drafting of Gettleman going forward, and the second and third will be fixed in tandem.  As our overpaid veterans get cut and/or have their contracts expire, we'll have more money to sign one or two key free agents per season.  Yes, even with Cam and Luke's contracts coming up.



If we're able to be a good team in the meantime, that's gravy.  I think we are capable of that, but these last couple weeks have definitely been a setback.  Injuries and loss of focus wreaking havoc.  But regardless, this team will keep improving over the next several years as our young stars continue to mature.

#2990581 several items from USA Today...Benji OROY so far

Posted by Servant of Cthululelei on 30 September 2014 - 12:30 PM

You know, for all the weaknesses (real or perceived) that we have on our team, it's easy to forget just how much talent we have at key positions - and how lucky we are to have them. 


Seriously.  Potentially a 3rd Rookie of the Year in the past 4 seasons?  And our guy who didn't get a ROY was probably 3rd or 4th in his category....  We really are lucky with these 1st round picks.


No matter how this season turns out, we still have one of the best, young cores in the NFL.  Our future is bright, folks.

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