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Brothergrim427

Member Since 08 Apr 2014
Offline Last Active Sep 27 2014 03:29 PM
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#2890753 I genuinely like this team.

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 14 August 2014 - 08:02 PM

You know I really like how well Cam and Kelvin get along , maybe they can be better than Cutler and Marshall ? Who knows but I'm excited


#2890284 New Huddlers... introduce yourself....

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 14 August 2014 - 12:12 PM

Hello huddle, I've been a panthers fan since I can remember, I was born the year the team came into existence, and was raised with them since my dad is a panthers fan ,and I always enjoy watching the games with him. ( I have never missed a game :) I'm 19 I love music: working out , and football and I play lots of instruments, and write songs, I enjoy football as my release from the mental stress of writing and my favorite pie is cherry so there you have it that's my story. And as to where I'm from I lived in North Carolina for the better part of my life, but recently moved to Florida.


#2884318 Kelvin Benjamin aka Baby Megatron?

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 09 August 2014 - 06:46 PM

Not to go too far with the hyperbole. But as far as styles, I think Benji appears a combination of AJ Green and Larry Fitzgerald.

Despite his size and girth, Benji appears very rangy, and flexible as AJ Green. However, he also has big tough body, that can be a workman up the field.

Benji, may also be faster (based off the limited film we've seen; need more REAL Games) than Fitzgerald already.

I certainly hope so man that would be awesome ! :)


#2884307 Kelvin Benjamin aka Baby Megatron?

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 09 August 2014 - 06:40 PM

Nah, he's more of the Larry Fitzgerald/Brandon Marshall mold.

This. Been talking about that with my friends since before the draft, reminds me so much of Fitz (who I really like) just great great hands and size, and wonderful body control for a dude that big. and much like Fitz regardless who throws It up this dude is gonna go get it ,however unlike Fitz he has the luxury of a great QB who has become like his big Bro and not only that, said great QB is a running threat who can really break a defense's spirit ,and with a Huge body to block down field like Kelvin, the two of them will really have some ridiculous stats and I'm here with my popcorn waiting to enjoy the show. So forget the greatest show on turf , they are gonna be the greatest show on earth :)


#2884193 Kelvin Benjamin - Aside from the touchdown....

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 09 August 2014 - 05:19 PM

I was a critic of KB going into the draft. I'm not going to say why bc in hindsight I'll he reasons were pretty stupid. I'm very glad we drafted him though he'll do some great things this yr. Another thing I loved seeing was that he and cam were almost always together on the sidelines. That chemistry is important.


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I applaud you sir :) the difference between you and a dumbass hater is ,you are a big enough person to admit being wrong and change accordingly. Thats a trait not many people have it would seem... But none the less I thought it was really cool to read something like is nice post bro :)


#2884075 Kelvin Benjamin - Aside from the touchdown....

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 09 August 2014 - 03:30 PM

I think KB is going to be a great receiver, but I have to get this off my chest. Every time I see his picture, I can't help but think....

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How dare you bring RGIII into this thread !


#2880982 So a fun question for the Huddle.

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 08 August 2014 - 01:06 AM

It's cool... Obviously in an ideal world nobody would ever be sad, but unfortunately that aint the reality. Just in that situation I would be more sad that the parents didn't teach the girl that losing is a part of life and especially in a sport that isn't that important, you shouldn't get upset about it.

your right of course I just have a soft spot for people who are sad can't help myself :)


#2880958 So a fun question for the Huddle.

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 08 August 2014 - 12:11 AM

I kinda agree with everything you say...but...Peyton Manning may have been a franchise changing pick.



The thing is...Cam does it out of joy, not malice. That makes a big difference.



No... Cam would not mock another player. He does his thing out of joy, not malice. Big difference.



"Smack talk" can make your opponent do things they wouldn't normally do. If it can help you? Why not? Smack talk is not talking about your momma. Smack talk is talking about your play. If your play does not measure up, you get smacked.



I'm sorry but children don't need to be this protected. "My child is a great student", " Everybody wins", "Fair play is good play", are all examples of coddling to the youth. Sometimes, children need to learn that life is not fair. Harsh? Maybe. True? Yupperz.



Sports are a metaphor for life. They are not meant to be a guiding principle. C'mon man. If you have nightmares over a spoting event, you are taking it too hard.


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There is a difference between trash talk, and degrading talk. Most players will tell you anything, like you don't belong, or you suck at this, or how did you even make the team, to get you off your game. But...there are those players who will take it farther. Those are the players that take it too far.

"Trash talk" is meant to induce an opposing player into making a mistake. Taking it farther is...unsportsman like. That I will give you.

well though out and very fair I congratulate you sir and I do agree children are too coddled it was just hard to watch that little girl cry I'm not saying I had any such issue man


#2880395 So a fun question for the Huddle.

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 07 August 2014 - 05:00 PM

Anthony Munoz because our tackles suck.

Haha hey kat wondered where u were ^___^ good to see ur the same bro XD


#2880383 So a fun question for the Huddle.

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 07 August 2014 - 04:51 PM

Well these are all kind of bar stool fantasy picks.

A guy we had the chance to draft that I always lamented was Eddie George.

Also Steve McNair


#2880360 Wheres the camp wrapup?

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 07 August 2014 - 04:35 PM

I for one believe that as a former player Rivera knows how far he needs to push the players to get them ready and , if they are indeed ready why risk more contact ? It's nice to have a former player as a coach (unless your name is mike singltary)


#2880315 So a fun question for the Huddle.

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 07 August 2014 - 04:01 PM

William The Fridge Perry even though he played at Clempson he is still my all time favorite NFL player!!

I still have my Perry GIJOE action figure

That's pretty awesome dude heh I love that dudes nickname


#2875615 To the Cyrus supporters

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 03 August 2014 - 09:41 PM

Haha serves the arm chair GM's right that should serve as a lesson :P


#2868384 Pats claim RB Tyler Gaffney off waivers

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 28 July 2014 - 07:40 PM

Here's a fact. A draft pick is better than no draft pick. We basically chose to throw away a pick rather than selecting someone that could at least provide depth at tackle. A lot of people questioned the pick when it was made. Now it looks even more foolish. If you saw potential in him, you keep him. Us waiving him basically means we never really cared about the pick.

Then the question becomes would you keep him on our roster knowing he is out for the year when we need a healthy running back ? Like I've told you before you need to chill and see how things play out instead of complaint after complaint but it's gone in one ear and out the other...


#2866703 No Public Dollars For BoA

Posted by Brothergrim427 on 27 July 2014 - 03:30 PM

i agree with the possibility of chaos and difficulty to manage. that can come with any transition though. and i see what youre saying with the big money groups. like i said earlier, i dont know anything about finance, and very little about economics. you are probably right about the big money. idk how i feel about your attractions logic. that surely is the case for Green Bay. but what other attractions does Charlotte have that would realistically compete with the Panthers? all other professional sports in the Carolinas are nowhere near as popular as the Panthers are. one could argue for NASCAR, but the series only visits Charlotte three weekends per year. besides, i think the revenue it brings the city, and thus, the states of NC and SC would drive those three parties (City of Charlotte, NC State Gov, SC State Gov) to try to keep the Panthers here.

maybe i am naive to think this way, but this is the first professional football team to make residence in the Carolinas. the Panthers have become synonymous with the Carolinas. i dont think the people of these states, and the states themselves, would let the Panthers leave without doing everything in their power to keep them here. i mean.. look how they handled the Hornets. they tried everything they could to keep the Hornets in Charlotte. and the Panthers' team leadership is nowhere near as difficult to work with as the owner of the Hornets was. besides... look at the loyalty the fans had to the organization. we loved the Hornets so much that we never really thought the Bobcats were "our" team. and Micheal Jordan knew enough of this loyalty to buy the trademarks so that we could have "our" team back. the loyalty is the same if not greater for the Panthers. especially since they have been a force here for 20 years. Granted, the Rams were in LA for nearly 50 years and they still left but the Panthers ownership and fanbase seem to have more loyalty to each other than either the LA Rams or the LA Raiders.


im not so worried about that. but you bring to mind something i might be worried about. what if these fans of other teams are some of the people buying stock in the team? would they adopt the Panthers as their team by virtue of buying into the team? or would they try to sabatoge the team to have it removed from the Carolinas? i am more inclined to think the former, but no one can judge motives.

BG427, what would be your blueprint for keeping the Panthers in the Carolinas?

My blueprint would be seeing one of the Big business folks from Pepsi make a play, I mean the Panthers are a very useful marketing tool for them even now, not to mention the revenue from a pro sports team and I'm certain they themselves being Carolina residents wouldn't wanna let the team leave, it just fits with their whole born in the Carolina's motif




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