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#3221855 Getting fun down in New Orleans

Posted by Frizzy350 on 27 January 2015 - 06:13 PM

I was hoping the daughter would get it.

#3217675 Carolina Panthers 2015 NFL Draft Roundup - Round 1

Posted by Frizzy350 on 23 January 2015 - 12:15 AM

Chill yall.  By mid-season our starting LT will be some UDFA with an extensive farming from the midwest.


And he will have a glorious beard.

#3217674 Rita Benson LeBlanc, family file suit claiming Tom Benson incompetent to cont...

Posted by Frizzy350 on 23 January 2015 - 12:09 AM

Looks like a wowan that would love to party and live the high life. :)


So.... Hardy to the Saints?

#3204238 Voth reviews the Gettleman presser

Posted by Frizzy350 on 14 January 2015 - 12:55 AM

Panthers are going to be heading to the playoffs an awful lot under gman.  The guy has truly special talent evaluation skills.  Draft picks and UDFAs have been stellar under him with a mixed bag of very low cost free agents (understandable, a small contract should equal low risk, low reward).

As long as we keep a solid QB under center we will be able to restock annually in the draft and eventually clean out enough money to sign some bigger names to fill in the gaps.

#3204222 Hardy is going to come back on a cheap one year deal this offseason

Posted by Frizzy350 on 14 January 2015 - 12:19 AM

Ughhh you guys are all idiots.  Hardy is done playing football.  This DV case is all set up by the US Govt as an alibi and he's been working as an undercover agent in the Navy.

Sea monsters are seriously under appreciated in modern warfare.

#3187899 Dallas or Green Bay

Posted by Frizzy350 on 08 January 2015 - 08:41 PM

I'm pulling for GB. I have a lot of respect for players in their organization but I absolutely loathe Jerry Jones (and if men like Mr. Rooney and Richardson weren't standing in his way, there would be no salary cap and you'd be able to consistently buy championships),

Worst of all are the countless numbers of my peers who are Cowboys fans.  All of them decided to become Cowboys fans between 5 and 10 years of age just because the Cowboys were winning superbowls at the time.  Those frontrunning, spoiled persona's deserve another few decades of misery.


Also something will be seriously fishy if Dallas wins the game, especially with how they beat Detroit.  If something remotely similar happens and Dallas wins, you can be sure we won't exactly get a fair game against the Cowboys.

#3183828 Should we be the North Carolina Panthers? Map says yes

Posted by Frizzy350 on 06 January 2015 - 11:02 PM

Sorry to be an ignoramous, but isn't it true that South Carolina is sort of when you hit that southern area of the States where college football is significantly more popular than pro football?

Someone somewhere told me that and I'd figure it to be backed by some truth as NC doesn't really have any prominent NCAA teams but SC has a handful.

#3174922 Notes and Memos - Cardinal Revenge

Posted by Frizzy350 on 03 January 2015 - 07:50 PM

Dear Larry Fitz,

Not so easy to tear us up when we actually put a man on you now is it?

Sean McDermott

#3167926 How should I gamble on the game tomorrow?

Posted by Frizzy350 on 01 January 2015 - 08:44 PM

Call me a square but I don't recommend you gamble lol.

Unless of course you can manipulate the game in your favor :P.

#3154616 "He's the most athletic Quarterback... Ever"

Posted by Frizzy350 on 27 December 2014 - 01:40 PM

I didn't really want to get into this too  much, cause I understand both sides.


I don't think he's saying you have to be a track and field star (though a large percentage of NFL players do happen to run track). He's talking bout the traits normally associated with them, such as speed and explosion (various sprints, high jump, Long Jump,  Pole vault, etc.). Funny thing is; they're other events that require strength, endurance and coordination, but no one ever really thinks about these things. They're not the popular sports. Lol


The funny things is; a person can have more pure athleticism than someone else, while not being a better pure athlete.


How so? You can be fast. But if you're normal sized (with no strength or agility, such as RG3) so what? Now, if you take another guy (Cam for example), who's fast (especially for his size), big, strong, agile; then he may be the better overall pure athlete. I guess this is what some here meant when they said "football traits", cause if RG3 and Cam had a race outside, RG3 would win. However, on the football field, you may have to use your speed, strength, size, reach and dexterity in order to be successful. But it's still your athleticism.


Just because Lebron (as an example) is not the biggest, tallest, fastest, most explosive, or agile player in the NBA, doesn't mean he's not a phenomenal pure athlete himself because of all those various things he combines. That's Cam Newton for example, generally speaking.


So yes, being athletic, and being a "great athlete" can vary in two peoples eyes.


I think this all ties into the age old argument of who is a better athlete: a sprinter or a decathlete?  Decathlons are certainly not very prestigious these days, nor are they aired often.  I'd argue a decathlete is a better athlete, because it requires speed, stamina, strength and explosiveness.  Sure a pure sprinter will beat the decathlete in every sprint, but the decathlete is going to crush a sprinter in every other event.

However I'm also one of those guys who considers Big Ben to be a good athlete.

#3152810 WR Crabtree worth a look?

Posted by Frizzy350 on 25 December 2014 - 01:58 AM

Is it wrong that I seriously want us to look at investing big money into Julio or Dez?


Guys with top end speed that make absurd catches on the regular.  No reason we can't mold KB into what he fits best: a beast of a blocker with an absurd catch radius to pick up third downs and score TDs.  Let someone else handle the downfield work.

#3152805 Rookies turning this thing around

Posted by Frizzy350 on 25 December 2014 - 01:43 AM

Seriously, major props to Gman.

Sure he hasn't addressed our needs directly the way us fans want him to, but he's done a hell of a job in getting us out of cap hell.

His bargain bin FA's have been a random mix, but he's gotten better talent than he should have considering the deals he's given out.


Ultimately, his eye for mid, late and UDFA rookie talent is what is going to set us up for the future.  I reiterate, he hasn't addressed team needs directly.  He has been able to cherry pick talent with minimal to no investment.  When you keep that up over time the roster completes itself, you have money to spend in FA on big name players to address glaring holes and you get excessive talent in areas you don't necessarily need allowing you to trade for even more future resources.

#3148720 How bad is Ron Rivera?

Posted by Frizzy350 on 22 December 2014 - 01:38 AM

Honestly, I'm kinda fine with Rivera considering what we are working with.  His mega-star quarterback has had to deal with an awful line, a rag tag group of weapons, a self-obsessesing egomaniacal coordinator followed by a dan henning-like one, a front offense change, a ton of dead money and bad contracts and his best dlineman missing a season to a questionable situation.

I'm not... crazy about the guy, but I feel if a few more things were in our favor he'd be able to field an elite defense consistently and be able to field enough raw talent elsewhere to be successful.


P.S. His clock management is awful.  I'm seriously thinking he should start playing madden to get a better feel for it. (Yea, I went there).

#3138496 GDT: Who Dat? Da Bears, Dat Who!

Posted by Frizzy350 on 15 December 2014 - 10:39 PM

Instead of "Da Bears" they are now "Uh Bears".


They took the D out of Chicago.

#3135871 Benwikere and Norman are studs

Posted by Frizzy350 on 14 December 2014 - 06:11 PM

What I love most about Norman's play is how he seems to always get his head turned back at JUST the right moment.


As a DB, getting your eyes on the ball severely lowers your chances of getting a PI call and lets you get away with a good bit of contact.