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#2863638 Greg Olsen is an elite tight end

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

...in Madden.




#2860264 Tony Dungy: "I wouldn't have taken him." (Michael Sam)

Posted by TN05 on 21 July 2014 - 06:32 PM

Brilliant. So since Sam isn't a top 5 pick he isn't worth the trouble. It's okay to be gay, but we don't won't you and your distractions on our team unless you're a superstar.
 

**1947**

"Hell yeah! I'll let Jackie Robinson play on my team! We don't mind the media distractions and negativity it might bring!"

"Nahh, we can't have ole LeRoy on the team. That ***** is mediocre and won't contribute to the team. I'm all for negros having rights, though. It's not worth all the distractions having a ***** player will bring."



edit:

n*gro is censored?

 

It's one thing to say that if Jadaveon Clowney said he was gay, he shouldn't be drafted. That would be fairly obvious bigotry. It's another to say a player who is a late round pick at best, literally has no defined position, had a terrible combine and is a media circus with a TV show in the waiting shouldn't be drafted. Why? Because by the late rounds it really doesn't matter. You can get a diamond in the rough, sure, but odds are you aren't getting a starter or even a major contributor. Why pick someone who isn't any better than the other players in that round, and gives you the added 'bonus' of constant media scrutiny no matter what you do with him?

And BTW, don't even pretend the country is treating gays right now anywhere near how badly they were treating blacks. That's an extremely ignorant statement to make. In all likelihood Dungy has coached gay players, who didn't distract his team.




#2819365 I played madden 15 at e3. questions?

Posted by TN05 on 13 June 2014 - 10:53 PM

madden hasnt been good since 2001


Madden 2005 was very good - not as good as 2K5 but it had good enough features that I played it about as much. It's gone way downhill since they got exclusive rights, though.


#2813370 Your 5 Boldest Predictions for the 2014 Season

Posted by TN05 on 08 June 2014 - 12:47 PM

1. Brad Nortman will have a breakout year and make the Pro Bowl.
2. Two Panthers from the same position (Linebacker or DE) will make the Pro Bowl.

3. Amini Silatolu will emerge as a top-ten guard.

4. DeAngelo Williams will become a strong backfield receiver, and will record over 1,300 total yards (rushing + receiving)

5. Ed Dickson will have more receiving yards than Tiquan Underwood.

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#2810359 Steve Smith was going to retire after the 2014 season

Posted by TN05 on 05 June 2014 - 04:02 PM

Then Smith should have made it known to upper management

 

Maybe upper management should have told him they were considering cutting him before they told the press... which is why I said there should have been better communication on both ends. Should Steve have told them first? Sure. Should Gettleman have handled the thing better? Sure.




#2810341 Steve Smith was going to retire after the 2014 season

Posted by TN05 on 05 June 2014 - 03:50 PM

 

Steve Smith had made up his mind. Last January, in the days following the Carolina Panthers' disappointing one-and-done playoff appearance against the San Francisco 49ers, Smith's heart and body started leading him in the direction of his own one-and-done experience. His decision was clear. He would play one more season with the Panthers, his 14th in Carolina, and then retire, heading home to his burgeoning family and whatever life after football held.

 

"The only people who knew were my close friends and my wife,'' Smith said Wednesday afternoon.

 

"This year was actually going to be my last year in Carolina. I was going to retire. I was done. I had been waking up every day about 3 a.m. and wrestling with some things in my quiet time.

 

"I finally decided and made the commitment to my family. I told them, 'I'm done. I don't think I can do it much longer. My knee was sore and I knew all the work I had put into my career and what it would take. I came to terms with it, that this year was going to be my last year ever playing football.''

But plans can change rapidly in the NFL, and Smith is thankful they did. Days after his surprise release from the Panthers in mid-March, Carolina's all-time leading receiver signed a new lease on his football life, agreeing to a three-year, $11 million deal in Baltimore, with a Ravens organization that has a long and successful history of adding still-productive veterans to its winning mix. The unexpected jolt Smith, 35, received this offseason might have been exactly what he needed, and he's freshly motivated by the possibility of a career-capping three-year run in Baltimore.


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Thoughts? IMO there needs to have been better communication between Steve and upper management. We lost money cutting him this year to save money in the long run, but if he was going to retire anyway, why cut him?




#2797972 All Time Panther Team

Posted by TN05 on 23 May 2014 - 10:11 AM

Offense:

QB - Jake Delhomme, Cam Newton, Steve Beuerlein

RB1 - DeAngelo Williams, Jonathan Stewart

RB2 - Stephen Davis, Anthony Johnson

FB - Brad Hoover, Mike Tolbert

WR1 - Steve Smith, Mark Carrier

WR2 - Muhsin Muhammad, Ricky Proehl

OT - Jordan Gross, Kevin Donnalley

OG - Travelle Wharton, Geoff Hangartner

C - Ryan Kalil, Jeff Mitchell

 

Defense:

LE - Julius Peppers, Charles Johnson

DT - Kris Jenkins, Brentson Buckner

RE - Mike Rucker, Greg Hardy

LOLB - Thomas Davis, Lamar Lathon 

MLB - Sam Mills, Luke Kuechly, Jon Beason

ROLB - Kevin Greene, James Anderson

CB1 - Chris Gamble, Ken Lucas

CB2 - Eric Davis, Captain Munnerlynn

 

Special teams:
K - John Kasay

P - Jason Baker

KOS - Graham Gano

KR1 - Michael Bates, Rod Smart

KR2 - Steve Smith, Mark Jones

PR - Steve Smith, Winslow Oliver




#2797478 2014 Game by Game Analysis

Posted by TN05 on 22 May 2014 - 05:29 PM

Huddler says Panthers had a bad draft: how dare you try and predict the future!

Huddler says Panthers will go 13-3: Great job predicting the future!


#2794159 Hornets Transformation Thread - Live Press Conference @ 12:30 PM (Updated 5/7...

Posted by TN05 on 20 May 2014 - 11:56 AM

Pelicans fans are losing their minnnndddd


Some Pelicans fans might be classless but I have a lot of respect for their organization now for handing over the name and history.


#2790806 Ealy vs. Sam: No contest for G-man (David Newton's latest)

Posted by TN05 on 17 May 2014 - 08:57 AM

No but it does make you a member of a dying breed.


91% of Americans believe in God. 84% of 18-29 year olds believe in God. 'Dying breed' indeed.


#2790797 Ealy vs. Sam: No contest for G-man (David Newton's latest)

Posted by TN05 on 17 May 2014 - 08:51 AM

Just because you are good in college doesn't mean you deserve to be drafted. DE Jackson Jeffcoat was a five-star recruit out of high school, won Big 12 DPOY and was a consensus All-American. He went undrafted, while Michael $am got drafted and gets a reality show.


#2788064 Mike Tanier's Panthers Draft Grade

Posted by TN05 on 15 May 2014 - 09:40 AM

He's right here - our situation is entirely self-inflicted. We ran all our receivers out of town, let our secondary walk, let our ace return guy walk, saw half our line retire, and opted to pay a defensive end $13 million (handicapping us all of free agency) rather than really fix these holes.

In the draft, we spent as much picks on DE and RB as we did WR and O-line. Byron Bell may be our left tackle, but at least we drafted another back! It's not like we already have four of them or anything. And we could have fixed a need spot, but why not draft another defensive end who will at best be a #3? It's not like we could have got a starter or anything.

In light of the first bit (self-inflicted wound), the draft simply wasn't good at all. Stop pretending it is - we are only marginally better than we were before it.


#2785080 Remember our offense in 2011

Posted by TN05 on 13 May 2014 - 06:40 PM

Hard for an offense to step up when your line sucks and there hasn't been a concerted effort to fix it.


#2778721 Michael Sam as UDFA?

Posted by TN05 on 10 May 2014 - 04:46 PM

No.


#2778490 Amazing draft

Posted by TN05 on 10 May 2014 - 04:16 PM

Marty Hurney likes your style.


Lol. At least Hurney turned 1-15 to 11-5. Getts looks to turn 12-4 to 5-11.




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