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#2912546 Pete Prisco presents the 5-11 2014 Panthers!

Posted by TN05 on 28 August 2014 - 10:52 AM

Lol I'm pessimistic about this team and I can't see us finishing worse than 7-9.

#2906515 This offense will miss Steve Smith

Posted by TN05 on 24 August 2014 - 10:26 AM

Oh okay. Well then as a GM he has a win percentage of .750 which is the best for GMs in the NFL.

He has a playoff win percentage of .000, worst in the NFL.

#2906394 This offense will miss Steve Smith

Posted by TN05 on 24 August 2014 - 09:43 AM

He punched out 3 teammates
He has well documented anger issues on and off the field
Even late in his career he caused pointless headaches you don't need from vet players
He was a well documented "let make it about me" guy

I'd say he fits right into the diva class he played with......he was just a Panther so we loved him.

Lol. The worst thing he did the last few years was spin a ball on the ground.

#2906351 Tiquan Underwood Cut

Posted by TN05 on 24 August 2014 - 09:21 AM

But I thought he was better than Ted Ginn and was going to own this season!

#2906309 This offense will miss Steve Smith

Posted by TN05 on 24 August 2014 - 09:01 AM

You are delusional if you think Olsen, Benjamin and Smith wouldn't be a great receiving corp.

#2905746 Vintage Steve Smith

Posted by TN05 on 23 August 2014 - 07:17 PM

Attached File  IMG_0245.MOV   1.76MB   70 downloads


Got a kick out of this... didn't really think he could still do this.

#2888110 ESPN Insider ranks Panthers OL the worst in the NFL

Posted by TN05 on 12 August 2014 - 05:22 PM

Anyone who thinks we have anything better than a sub-par line at best is a Gettleman homer. Ryan Kalil is great, the rest are average at best and really bad at worst. Our line will be mitigated (more or less) by Cam's scrambling ability, but that's about the only silver lining.

#2884830 Charlotte MLS Team?

Posted by TN05 on 10 August 2014 - 10:38 AM

The non-use of nicknames in professional soccer is one thing i like about the sport. Sport nicknames are an American thing, but soccer is the world's sport. some clubs have a "nickname" but they don't go by it. You refer to Man U as simply Manchester United and not the Manchester United Red Devils

It's not the lack of nickname that's the problem. It's copying European club names rather than making distinctly American ones. Nobody here really calls soccer 'Football', so call teams 'FC'? Unique names are better than copped European names.

#2884672 Tony stewart may have killed a guy...

Posted by TN05 on 10 August 2014 - 05:56 AM

No clue if this is intentional or not but my heart breaks for that kid's family.

#2884221 Mike Mixon-the confused announcer

Posted by TN05 on 09 August 2014 - 05:48 PM

I was shocked when he asked Mike Rucker if he knew Sam Mills. Of course he knew him, he was a coach when Rucker was a player.

#2877433 Panthers Madden 15 Ratings

Posted by TN05 on 05 August 2014 - 01:46 PM

Klein is rated as a 69. Too low imo.

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Ah crud, misread that. Thought he was rated an 82. WAY too low then.

#2877432 Our schedule is HORRIBLE

Posted by TN05 on 05 August 2014 - 01:45 PM

Ok, with the exception of moving a small market down and a big market up to help readership (i.e. +Bears, - Panthers), the power rankings this time of year tend to just be a copy and paste of last year's standings (despite the fact that an average of 5.5 teams get bounced from the playoffs each year). 


Anyway, a few friends and I got together and are seeing who can correctly pick the final playoff teams at various points in the season. The points are weighted to where the earlier picks count more, as the true playoff teams become for obvious as the season goes on.


My first set of picks are due tomorrow, and I wasn't sure what to do about our division. While researching, I took a closer look at our HORRIBLE schedule.



-6 games against playoff teams 

-4 Away (Cincinnati, Green Bay, Philadelphia, New Orleans)

-2 Home (Seattle, New Orleans)


New Orleans

-5 games against playoff teams

-1 Away (Carolina)

-4 Home (Green Bay, San Francisco, Cincinnati, Carolina)




I don't think it's that bad. The first six games are all winnable. The five game stretch after that (Green Bay, Seattle, New Orleans, Philadelphia and Atlanta) is brutal, but three of those are at home and after that the only real concerns are New Orleans (at NO) and Atlanta (at ATL). There's at least 8 games we have an edge in (2x Tampa, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Baltimore,  Cincinnati, Minnesota, and Cleveland) and I can't see us being swept by New Orleans or Atlanta. I wouldn't be surprised with a 10-6 or 11-5 finish, even with our current roster holes.

#2866493 The truth is Steve Smith is probably better right now, than anyone on our roster

Posted by TN05 on 27 July 2014 - 12:17 PM

Here's a better catch. 70 yard TD:


#2866253 Question about Stewart

Posted by TN05 on 27 July 2014 - 07:27 AM

If he's healthy, it'll be a huge boon, and not just because carries will be split three ways instead of two. He's a great receiving option and is a good enough power back to make defenses think twice about assuming Tolbert or Cam will get all the goal line carries.

#2863638 Greg Olsen is an elite tight end

Posted by TN05 on 24 July 2014 - 05:31 PM

...in Madden.

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