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#2956899 Benjamin catch takes second on ESPN Top Ten

Posted by Frizzy350 on Today, 01:18 AM

KB is not really a YAC guy. 


He is more of a big possession WR that can make some great catches. 


I get that.  Like I said it's weighing pros and cons.  If his great catches outweigh his drops he is a valuable player.


A couple points I'd like to make:

KB got a bit riled up this game.  I believe he got flagged for it (not certain), but it looked early in the game he got frustrated which could have been a factor in his lack of focus.  This is coachable.


KB made some key blocks in the game.  I hate to bring up the LaFell comparison again, but LaFell was a good blocker.  If KB is capable of making great catches and consistently block well, even with some drops he is an UPGRADE over LaFell.


We were 12-4 last year.  UPGRADES are all we need to stay playoff bound.  Our secondary looks significantly improved.  All we need is better play from receivers and our oline.  Last year they were good enough to get the number 2 seed in the NFC despite their poor performance.  We don't need to change our philosophy or take gambles on high priced players.  We just need to transform our weaknesses to an average level of play.

#2956869 Benjamin catch takes second on ESPN Top Ten

Posted by Frizzy350 on Today, 12:24 AM

Drop balls was his knock at FSU. 


We saw some of that on Sunday. 


Hopefully it is not a recurring theme. 


I don't think it will be.


If it does, it's a matter of weighing pros and cons.

TO dropped easy passes ALL THE TIME, but he also made freakish catches and was explosive after the catch.  This was the issue with a guy like LaFell.  LaFell offered almost nothing after the catch and I can only think of one jump ball scenario he won.

#2956777 RB Situation

Posted by Frizzy350 on Yesterday, 11:25 PM

What happen to Armond Smith?  I thought he was a decent RB.


He got himself penalized off the team.


Guy made too many stupid penalties on special teams.  Although he was a good STer and a decent back, the penalties were too big a liability.

#2956767 Watching the Colts Eagles game

Posted by Frizzy350 on Yesterday, 11:19 PM

Even if there wasn't a hold on that pick, I still think it turns out to be a pick.


That DB was coming in HOT where the ball was placed.  I think the no-call was similar to our no-call vs the Pats last year (Keuch on Gronk).

#2956707 Peter King busted

Posted by Frizzy350 on Yesterday, 10:55 PM


All this poo in the media reminds me of this.


I've had that movie laying around for years and have always wanted to watch it.


I really should.  I'm a huge Mike Judge fan.  King of the Hill is one of my favorite shows.

#2956254 Watching the Colts Eagles game

Posted by Frizzy350 on Yesterday, 08:41 PM

Confirms my belief that I'd rather have Cam than Luck.


Sure Luck is getting pressured, but when he has time he is making some seriously poor throws.  It isn't consistent like it is with Cam either (Cam throws high), Luck is missing low, high, left and right.


He also checks down wayyyy too much especially on critical downs and isn't moving the chains.


The Eagles are moving the ball much better, but are being complete morons in the red zone.

#2954225 Speed at Wide Receiver

Posted by Frizzy350 on Yesterday, 02:59 AM

philly brown duh

or bersin. is bersin fast? i have no idea what his speed is like. i would imagine he is faster than the top three guys though.

Bersin is probably around kbs speed. He is not a barn burner. Hes a replacement for cotch/avant.

Frankly I have no issue with the panthers not having a freakish speedster. Speed guys WITH good hands are expensive and sure, a true speed threat keeps a defense honest. However the guys lacking speed in this offense are just big and strong enough to also demand attention.

With a guy like cam I prefer guys who demand attention throught their entire route and are big enough to lay blocks when cam runs.

#2954214 Superman not looking good

Posted by Frizzy350 on Yesterday, 02:36 AM

Annnnnd here we go with the racial undertones...

How is that racist? He simply doesnt like the way kaep dresses. Just because he associated kaeps "style" generically with that of a rapper doesnt make it a racist statement.

Your statement is significantly more racist. You are insinuating rap and it's influence are about race.

#2954208 Mike Shula

Posted by Frizzy350 on Yesterday, 02:16 AM

I didnt read this entire circle jerk thread but I know how it went.

Shula hater: Shula is horrible as an OC, he runs such a predictable offense.
Shula supporter: Well, we did score 24 points.
Hater: Yeah because Cam bailed him out
Supporter: What about the misdirection/wrinkles he threw in like the *insert unique play we run once a game*
Hater: And then he goes back to run-run-pass from a 3rd and long situation
Supporter: He's got a positive W/L record
Hater: I hate you
Supporter: I hate you

Guys, step back and look at it from this perspective. Its a team game. 11 people on offense. If one or two of the OL doesnt get their block or pull fast enough, guess what happens, the RB gets stuffed at the LOS. If they make the block, we get 4+ yards. If Cam looks to his left and doesn't see the wide open 3rd receiver because he's focused on his 1st and 2nd reads, it must be Shula's fault that Cam made a pass off his back foot into double coverage.

Shula's play calling has been outstanding given the circumstances, i.e., Cam not being in training camp, new WRs, no experience on the OL after Kalil, injured/old RBs, defensive minded HC, etc.

It will be easy to improve upon our bottom ranked offense from last year.

Ive lived in shula purgatory for a while now. I generally believe cam is best suited for a conventional, run of the mill offense because he is capable of it and has enough speed, agility and power to keep a defense on its toes.

Shula has called great games so far this season. He ran a simple and effective offense with DA.

He tried to do the same with Cam and detroit wasnt having it. The mark of a good coach is the one who changes style on the fly to exploit what the opposition was doing.

Shula really proved he can do that this week. We need him to do this at the right times. Wish him well.

#2952787 Costas blasts Panthers over handling of Hardy situation

Posted by Frizzy350 on 14 September 2014 - 06:24 PM

I thought the NFL made him STFU ever since he did the piece on the Redskins.

#2952663 NFCS cellar dwellars... wasn't supposed to be like this

Posted by Frizzy350 on 14 September 2014 - 05:49 PM

A Dave Gettleman built team, orchestrated by a ramblin gamblin Riverboatin Ron, led by an ultra talented quarterback with the best defense in the NFL...


Get used to the playoffs boys.

#2947624 Jerry Richardson demonstrating character

Posted by Frizzy350 on 13 September 2014 - 05:33 PM

Let's not blame this on Liberalism or Socialism (especially since both don't exist on the political sphere as single entities and/or ideals). Republicans spew Democratic rhetoric and Democrats spew Republican rhetoric nowadays.

Fug the fake ass system fronting change and screw it's mistress [the media]. They're all the same. Stopping blaming a single political philosophy on this.


That's because Republicans and Democrats are both Liberals in the sense that they both support the idea of controlling people through force and coercion.


They don't give a damn about what we want, they'll do whatever they need to in order to hang onto that bullwhip they've held the past century.


These guys aren't against each other.  They both have found immense wealth and power by doing nothing but hang out in an "elite" social circle, draw arbitrary lines and decide what people can and cannot do (and decide what happens with a significant portion of your paycheck).  Oh they also like to inform us which variety of foreigners they've decided to send our people to kill until said foreigners accept our method of government.  That's freedom for ya.


Every election is the same.  A different suit and face to spew out the same statements.  They never talk about anything important.  They distract us with social controversy like gay marriage and abortion.  Social controversy should be addressed at a community level because making federal laws concerning controversy is inherently oppressive.


These guys have been happy to collect our checks to sit in a room pressing the vote button for whichever corporation decided to give them a "bonus".

#2945965 The Face of the Panthers Franchise

Posted by Frizzy350 on 12 September 2014 - 03:35 PM

Keuch is the Yin to Cam's Yang.


Where Cam rubs people wrong, Keuch rubs people right.  Cam has a much bigger appeal to youth because he's a cool cat, which Keuch fits an old school modest mantra.


Cam may be more important to winning games week to week, but having both gives us a seriously massive appeal as a team.

#2944408 Cam/Suh comments coming up on Around the Horn ...

Posted by Frizzy350 on 11 September 2014 - 07:49 PM

Whats that media?  You don't like it when Cam makes it so you can't twist his words to criticize him?


This is revenge.  Cam doesn't need them anymore.

#2942522 Smitty may be even more pissed than we thought (Panthers related)

Posted by Frizzy350 on 10 September 2014 - 10:52 PM

fug no.  You really want Norman on Smitty after the years of seeing Steve punk overzealous mouthy corners like Norman?  It'll probably be 100x worse in this scenario (think the Deangelo Hall game where Steve essentially won us the game without catching a pass).  


I like Norman, but this is one match up I don't him anywhere near because Smitty has mastered the mind game trash talk stuff.  I'd rather take my chances with Norman on Megatron TBH.


I agree.  If it's one thing we've ever learned about Smith is he doesn't lose trash talk games.  Sherman is the only corner I can think of that has been a challenge.


However if we could get both Norman and Smith ejected, I'd say it's in our favor.  I'm fine with White, Cason and Bene against the Ravens - Smitty.

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