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pepaw

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#845177 Steve Smith wasn't lying...

Posted by pepaw on 31 October 2010 - 09:28 PM

And sorry, Peppers has had the best career of a Panther, but Smith is a close second.


I disagree.

With Steve Smith discounting his rookie year where he was not allowed to practice with the Wr's and 2004 where he went out first game you have a player that has averaged 1159 Ypg a season. (If my memory serves correctly there is only one or two WRs that have a higher avg for this time frame with a much better QB play). While Jake couldn't muster a QB rating over 88 on a run first team w/o a second receiver for the most part.

With Pep you had an average of 11 sacks per season, while playing on what was regarded for a while as the best defensive line in football for a while, and later on in his career was still pretty solid. Although in his defense Trgo was a poo coordinator but so was Dan Henning. Also 2007 was inexcusable.

They both were solid on special teams. Pep blocked FGs and Smitty returned TDs and made it to the pro bowl on this merit.

I feel based on comparisons between there reg season play slight edge is to Smitty. But in playoffs it is not even close

Smitty 97rec ypg and a td.

Pep 2 sacks and an int over his entire post season career. Both played 8 post season games.

89>90.


#796132 I'm probably going to see Smitty this weekend.

Posted by pepaw on 05 October 2010 - 10:14 PM

Thank him for being the greatest Panther ever. For being the best receiver in the NFL for around 3 years.

Apologize for the front office not capitalizing on having the best offensive weapon fall in their lap from the 3rd round. A flawed coaching philosophy that didn't properly utilize his talents that is finally coming to an end. Or just fuging up a potential HOF career in general.

Then give him a hug from all of us ungrateful sons of b1tches who may never really fully appreciate what we have with #89 or see what could have been.


#755840 Steve Smith Vs. Aqib Talib is key

Posted by pepaw on 17 September 2010 - 09:48 PM

Steve Smith had 4 yds with Jake as QB and 78 with Matt Moore in his first 09 start. Talib did not shut down Steve that first game it was fuging Jake God D@mn Delhomme.

You beat the second worse team in the NFL...barely. Congratulations.

Our running game launched your team into rebuilding oblivion. This time it will show you what a sh1t job you did. And our O line is playing at 60% of what its capable of. The difference between our two fanbases is we realize we have work to do and we are irrelevant right now. While most of you are still masturbating over the browns W.


#706147 So did anyone see Kris Jenkins taunting the panthers fan?

Posted by pepaw on 22 August 2010 - 03:18 PM

For someone who has always loved the panthers but just recently followed them at an almost obssesed level after Jenkins left can someone inform me of how we treated him unfairly?

This isn't sarcasm I really just want to know. I always thought he was lazy and didn't like playing in Trgo's poo systems.


#700017 Brown not worried about lack of sacks

Posted by pepaw on 18 August 2010 - 06:03 PM

This time last year E. Brown had burnt Jake Long twice for a sack in a pre season game and half of you were calling him the next Dwight Freeney. It takes time for a defensive end to develop, please relax.




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