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#3022669 Hardy not coming back after 6 games

Posted by skarbar001 on 15 October 2014 - 03:54 PM

I mean really the only person to blame here is Hardy's lawyer. You put your client which is up for domestic violence in front of a female judge, which is up for re-election and has a ton of convictions under her term and expect things to go your way? He set Hardy up for failure. Could have just walked, got a more favorable judge/DA at a later date.

#2957995 Answering a Few Questions

Posted by skarbar001 on 16 September 2014 - 01:30 PM

Didn't even notice the Amazon link at the top, but I have added it to my bookmarks. I use Amazon for a lot of my purchases for work (140 orders so far in 2014) so I can sling some bidness your way. Keep up the good work!

#2677155 Anyone an ESPN insider? I'm interested in who McShay has us picking in hi...

Posted by skarbar001 on 06 March 2014 - 03:15 PM

Found his latest mock



#2439790 Star Lotulelei and Kawann Short

Posted by skarbar001 on 21 October 2013 - 11:04 AM

Carolina double dipped building from the inside out. Atlanta double dipped building from the outside in. Suck it ATL

#2398986 And the 6th highest rated guard in the league is... Amini Silatolu?

Posted by skarbar001 on 25 September 2013 - 08:12 AM

Do I really have to be the one to say these metrics suck ass? People trying to Billy Beane football snaps without intimate knowledge of the goals of the play are really at a loss. So much subjectivity as to what constitutes a good play. Do they measure how many inches a player was pushed back on a block or something?


But seriously, the entire line has had it's ups and downs this year. Byron took a beating in likely every tangible category considering the small sample size and the number of sacks he gave up to Mario Williams. It happens. Bad games happen, especially against great ends.


How can one measure the success of a play in a vacuum like this and not realize how entirely futile it is? If you guys really think Rhodes was the 4th best safety in football last year and can't get a job anywhere you need your head examined.


For good and for bad alike, these stats are terrible.


One of the smartest football minds agrees with you...





#2368734 Why we need Wharton to be in better shape right now.

Posted by skarbar001 on 10 September 2013 - 11:48 AM

Enter Marcel Darius and Mario Williams


Don't forget Kyle Williams who actually might be the best player on that line.

  • SCP PIE'd this

#2329700 Interesting tidbit on Beason's restructure...FA at end of the Season?

Posted by skarbar001 on 20 August 2013 - 12:25 PM



#2322947 Norman's INT today (video)

Posted by skarbar001 on 14 August 2013 - 11:51 AM

only played on my phone..  but anyhow I got it to work.



Looks like he needed to get some air if that ball was placed right, but impressive none-the-less.  I would have had some level of vertigo and lost the ball in that split second.  Great play.  Extraordinary catch.


Click embed at the bottom of the screen to get it to work on a computer.

#2114262 Bill Barnwell: Worst Coaching decision of the year goes to.....

Posted by skarbar001 on 25 January 2013 - 11:04 AM

Surprise, Surprise another Grantland article bashing the Panthers. The worst coaching decision this year was John Fox deciding to stay conservative (in a playoff game) and run the ball on 3rd and 7 to ice the game against the Ravens. You've got Peyton Manning as your QB and you run the ball to ice the game?!?!? Everyone knew it was coming, it's John fugn Fox.

Bill Barnwell is a fat looking assclown why anyone posts his poo is beyond me.

#2001062 Some more Chuck love

Posted by skarbar001 on 15 November 2012 - 02:37 PM

Charles Johnson is one of the highest paid players not only in the NFL, but in the WORLD.


He's a good player, but he's not THAT good.

HAHA your comeback is an article of contract that was taken out of context? He was only paid 34 mil for the 2011 NFL season because of a 30 mil 1 time signing bonus. Do you know how the NFL's cap system works? Please see below to enlighten yourself...


#2000955 Some more Chuck love

Posted by skarbar001 on 15 November 2012 - 01:00 PM

Ray Edwards was a simple example of supply and demand...Falcons needed a pass rusher. Charles Johnson was by far the best one on the market. Panthers overpaid to keep him, and he turned out to be a consistent player.

Ray Edwards benefited from playing on one of the best D-Line's in the game at the time. Because of Charles Johnson's deal, Ray Edwards commanded a much higher salary that he wasn't really worth...just because there weren't many other alternatives on the market. Even though it was a small win, I'll take any Panthers victory over the Falcons right now. Keeping CJ away from the Falcons was the right move at any cost.

I just don't quite understood this right here. We paid not only an ascending, young player but also, out priced ATL. But how is he overpaid?

Julius Peppers: 6 years 84 mil.
Mario Williams: 6 years 96 mil.
Charles Johnson: 6 years 76 mil.
Cameron Wake: 5 years 34 mil. (he was paid for being an outside LB at the time)
Elvis Dumervil: 6 years 61.5 mil. (he was paid for being an outside LB at the time)

So we got a statistically better player than those DEs who were paid as DEs, and at a cheaper price.

#1970873 Why not trade for a younger wr?

Posted by skarbar001 on 29 October 2012 - 03:42 PM

Dez Bryant is cancer.