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#2903174 Official Panthers - Patriots Gameday Thread

Posted by TruthVsComfort on 22 August 2014 - 07:23 PM

So this is what an NFL quality oline looks like.

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#2707147 Cason cancelled trip,changes agent

Posted by TruthVsComfort on 19 March 2014 - 05:32 PM

This offseason is giving us a taste of what it is like to be a Browns fan.

#2695972 So... It turns out you can't poo all over respected veterans and find co...

Posted by TruthVsComfort on 14 March 2014 - 07:17 PM

The one where we resigned Williams, Beason, Anderson, Davis, Johnson.  


lmao. True.


I cannot help but laugh at how horribly all this is unfolding.

#2695955 So... It turns out you can't poo all over respected veterans and find co...

Posted by TruthVsComfort on 14 March 2014 - 07:14 PM

Can anyone recall a worse offseason for us? I mean, losing Smith, Gross, Lafell, Hixon, Ginn, Mitchell, Captain, and signing literally no one of value.


Posted by TruthVsComfort on 13 March 2014 - 05:55 PM

We couldn't afford the Ginn deal? Holy hell. What the hell CAN we afford then? Fug this offseason.

#2684771 Mitchell to the Steelers

Posted by TruthVsComfort on 11 March 2014 - 05:39 PM

Hard to be very optimistic about next season the way our offseason has gone so far.

#2657354 Eagles might pursue Ginn

Posted by TruthVsComfort on 18 February 2014 - 07:20 PM

I am hoping Ginn wants to be here after the success he had with Cam. I mean, he played on two teams prior to the Panthers with little success as a WR. Here, he knows he and Cam have chemistry and will be very much a part of our offense.

#2644791 Team Attitude: "The status quo doesn't work"

Posted by TruthVsComfort on 06 February 2014 - 05:12 PM

That leads me back to a question I've asked before:


What's the bigger reason why the Panthers became a winning team this year?  Was it because of Ron Rivera's change in attitude or because Dave Gettleman helped build a better roster?


Naturally, both are valid.  I just wonder which one people see as more important.


Both were necessary.


We were still losing with the new talent during the first quarter of the season. We did not begin winning until Ron changed his philosophy on 4th downs, etc.


Posted by TruthVsComfort on 02 February 2014 - 07:38 PM

AFC unable to compete with the top NFC defenses.

  • JJT PIE'd this

#2639234 Luke Converting Redskin Fans into Panther Fans

Posted by TruthVsComfort on 02 February 2014 - 03:03 PM



Nice interview of Luke in which one of the interviewers mentions her kid used to be a Redskin fan but now wears Luke's jersey 24/7.


Posted by TruthVsComfort on 29 January 2014 - 03:20 PM

This would be an amazing offseason. I freakin LOVE Lee at 28, but I do wonder how realistic it is that he falls so far. I will say that we do have some history in our favor in that I believe the most WR taken in the first in recent memory was only like 4? So.... maybe there is a fair chance.


Crap, nevermind about 4 being the most WR taken in the first round in recent memory:


2013 - 3

2012 - 4

2011 - 3

2010 - 2

2009 - 6

2008 - 0

2007 - 6

2006 - 1

2005 - 6

2004 - 7

2003 - 3


Hopefully this is not another 6+ first round WRs.

#2627487 O-line has to be the priority.

Posted by TruthVsComfort on 22 January 2014 - 01:51 PM

It is not about merely needing a #2 WR. We need a #1 AND a #2 WR. Double dip WR in this draft. Double dip oline too but the first round should be WR so we can get a #1 option. Also, if we acquire a real passing threat or two, our running game will improve as defenses have to respect a passing threat. Sent from my SCH-I545 using CarolinaHuddle mobile app

#2621981 NFL asks officials to set tone early for Niners-Seahawks

Posted by TruthVsComfort on 19 January 2014 - 02:26 PM


NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that the officiating crew for the NFC title game -- along with both the Seahawks and 49ers -- were shipped videos this week of that Niners-Panthers first half. The footage was sent to show examples of what will and will not be tolerated in Seattle.


Dean Blandino, the NFL's vice president of officiating, is asking officials to set the tone early and prevent the game from swinging out of control. That's a message the league's refs have heard all season long.


Our immediate takeaway from San Francisco's win over the Panthers was that Carolina had reason to be agitated by a handful of calls that didn't go their way over those first two quarters.


A questionable personal foul call on Panthers safety Mike Mitchell and a head-butting penalty on cornerback Captain Munnerlyn led directly to 49ers points.


Officials also missed a blatant defensive hold on a Patrick Willis interception of Cam Newton. Adding to that, a pair of second-quarter head butts by 49ers offensive players went unflagged and a Drayton Florence pass interference call in the end zone led directly to a Vernon Davis touchdown before the half.


Let's hope for a game in Seattle on Sunday that has more to do with the players -- and less with the zebras.


#2611642 "Bad Ending to a Great Season" - Another Gem by David Newton

Posted by TruthVsComfort on 12 January 2014 - 11:07 PM

I cannot help but feel that our guys were deprived of a fair chance in this games by the refs, but here is yet another Gem from David Newton:




Smith set the tone. He predicted after a Week 1 loss to Seattle, which will host San Francisco next weekend in the NFC title game, that the Panthers would face the Seahawks again deep in the playoffs.

Asked if he was disappointed that won't happen, Smith said, "Heartbroken. Not disappointed. Heartbroken."

That was the feeling throughout the locker room. Defensive end Greg Hardy, who was held without a sack after collecting seven in his previous two games, was so upset that he left without talking to reporters.

Safety Mike Mitchell was teary-eyed as he talked about wanting to return next season.

"I haven't played on a team with this type of coaches, these type of teammates, probably since I was a 17-year-old boy," said Mitchell, who signed a one-year deal before this season. "I had a great group of guys and I want to finish this."

Mitchell also felt the 49ers were lucky to escape with the win, pointing to calls that went against the Panthers. He mentioned the unsportsmanlike penalty on him and a pass interference call that set up San Francisco's first touchdown with five seconds left in the first half.

He reminded of calls that weren't made. He mentioned San Francisco having 12 players on the field the play before the 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Vernon Davis, and a head-butt by Anquan Boldin that Mitchell felt was no different than an infraction Munnerlyn was penalized for earlier.

"I can't wait to play them [again] with a new set of refs in a new game," Mitchell said of the 49ers. "We can beat that team. We can beat any team in this league. It just didn't happen for us today."

It didn't happen because the Panthers sacked quarterback Colin Kaepernick only once after getting to him six times in the first meeting. It didn't happen because Newton was sacked five times and intercepted twice.

It didn't happen because the team that has made seizing the moment its mantra couldn't seize opportunities in the red zone.

"Absolutely," Newton said. "It goes back to this is a terrible ending to a great season."



And it cannot be said enough: Absolutely love Mitchell's passion (and ability) for the game. Sign him.

#2611569 Constant Improvement.....

Posted by TruthVsComfort on 12 January 2014 - 10:50 PM

NFC Championship Game