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#3034975 Should tackles pass the LOS be counted?

Posted by sharkkiller on 21 October 2014 - 11:14 AM

This thread gave me ebola.

#3032667 This lack of heart

Posted by sharkkiller on 20 October 2014 - 09:36 AM

This may be the stupidest topic I have ever seen on the huddle, and I saw the Clayj is leaving thread.



#3020346 Power Rankings week 6

Posted by sharkkiller on 14 October 2014 - 08:12 AM

Apparently they like Cam so much, they made him the QB of the Bengals too.

#3020332 Power Rankings week 6

Posted by sharkkiller on 14 October 2014 - 07:55 AM

Post ém if you got ém.


Only one I have found so far is Yahoo. Two things from Yahoo:






14. Carolina Panthers (3-2-1, LW: 13)
Pro Football Focus' top graded quarterback this season? Cam Newton. Don't worry, he'll still be in the mid-teens in next season's various quarterback ranking lists.



Fairly accurate at this point. But the funniest is the Cincinnati ranking:




6. Cincinnati Bengals (3-1-1, LW: 3)
Cam Newton is an elite quarterback, and he's capable of games like that. Still, giving up 37 at home? After the Patriots torched them the week before? Little concerning.



Thanks for the praise of Cam, but seems to be a little misplaced. :)

#3019890 Today's story of nope

Posted by sharkkiller on 13 October 2014 - 08:54 PM






A British backpacker troubled by weeks of nosebleeds found a three-inch long leech had been living up her nose for more than a month.

Daniela Liverani believed the persistent nosebleeds she suffered while travelling around south-east Asia were down to a burst blood vessel from a motorbike crash.

Days after returning to her Edinburgh home, however, she spotted an object in one nostril that she first dismissed as congealed blood.

The 24-year-old graduate was rushed to A&E at Edinburgh's Royal Infirmary after realising she had an animal up her nose.



How do you not feel that thing swimming up your nose?

#3009927 NFL Audio Pass for Panther Games

Posted by sharkkiller on 11 October 2014 - 11:05 AM

You can download the official panthers app and listen to the game for free on it.

#3008936 "Wide receiver is not a problem" [Phrase should be banned]

Posted by sharkkiller on 10 October 2014 - 01:34 PM

This entire thread just makes me laugh.


The WR on this team are better than the ones we had last year, period. 


There are far more glaring problems than WR right now. 


And who really gives a flying fug about Andrew Luck? He is a decent QB. I have watched him play, and he makes mistakes just like every one else. My only problem is when they try to say that he is a good runner...I watched him scramble last night, and it looked like Peyton Manning all over again. 


It seems to me that the only people who brought up Andrew Luck are the same people who say everyone else talks about him too much. 


I personally am glad we have Cam instead of the Geico Caveman. That neck beard is just horrible. 

#3006533 Sports Illustrated: "A round of applause for Greg Olsen, please."

Posted by sharkkiller on 08 October 2014 - 08:36 PM

Kuechly, Olsen, & Kalil get all the praise. I wonder why.



Oooh ooooh ooooh...I know....They all have the letter L in their name...That's it, right?

#3003926 Post a pic, any pic.

Posted by sharkkiller on 07 October 2014 - 08:34 AM


#3003134 Giants Release Trindon Holliday

Posted by sharkkiller on 06 October 2014 - 05:02 PM

I do not know what the limit is, because I am not coaching the team. But I also know that bringing in someone who fumbles just as much, has lower return yard average, and does not contribute anything else is not the answer. 


Overreacting does not solve any problems. Let the players play, and the coaches coach. 


And he did not muff any punts yesterday, regardless of what you may think. The second one was a fumble, but he already had made the catch when that happened. Just a technicality, I know, but true none the less.


#3002861 Giants Release Trindon Holliday

Posted by sharkkiller on 06 October 2014 - 01:41 PM

1. No one is saying to cut Philly Brown or that he can't contribute on offense so those arguments are pointless.

2. Philly Brown's return yesterday was a fumble return off a fluke play. If Brad Nortman had been in the same position, there's a decent chance he too could have surprised everyone and ran it in for a touchdown. Smart, heads-up play, but not indicative of his return abilities WHATSOEVER.


You are just arguing for the sake of arguing at this point.


If you bring in someone to return punts, they have to take someone's place on the roster. Are you going to add another receiver without cutting one? Should I give you Brenton Bersin's stats, then? Or Avant? Who would you recommend cutting to make room on the roster? I can assure that their career stats in the receiving portion are better than Holliday's.


And it is still a punt return, no matter how much of a fluke play. Even if it had been a d-lineman who picked it up and rumbled in for a touchdown, it would go on his stats a a punt return. Why should it be qualified?

#3002845 Giants Release Trindon Holliday

Posted by sharkkiller on 06 October 2014 - 01:32 PM

So you want to drop Philly Brown, and pick up a guy who fumbles on 8.5% of the returns and averages 9.4 yards per punt return and 27.1 yards per kick return? 


But wait you say. He has 2 receptions for 17 yards and 1 rush for 7 yards, too. In 31 games.


What are Philly Browns stats, you ask? They must be so much worse:


15.4% fumble percentage, so yes that is worse, albeit on 9 career returns. 21 yards per kick return, and 12.8 yards per punt return.


10 receptions for 105 yards and 5 first downs. 3 rushes for 33 yards. 


All of Philly's stats are in 5 games, while the totals for Holliday are over 31 games.




So I ask anyone to explain how Trindon Holliday is a better option for the Panthers than Philly Brown.


Edited: Oh and Holliday averages 1 touchdown on a return every 18 games.


Brown so far is 1 every 5.



#3002789 Philly Browns TD

Posted by sharkkiller on 06 October 2014 - 01:09 PM

Like I said, mine came from the NFL rulebook. Either way, whatever it is you quoted said this:

While the violation gives the receiving team a "free" chance to advance the football, this privilege is canceled if there is a live-ball penalty enforced on either team.

There was a live ball penalty.


A punted ball remains a kicked ball until it is declared dead or in possession of either team.





There was no whistle, therefore the ball was still live. Illegal touching simply means that if something had happened after Philly started running, e.g fumble. The ball would have returned to the spot of the touch by the kicking team, no harm no fould. It basically is a free chance to get a touchdown. 


Nor really sure why you are continuing to argue this point. There was a review of the play, and it was clear that Chicago touched the ball. If it were supposed to be a dead ball, the refs would have nullified the touchdown.  Pretty sure they are aware of the rules.

#3002764 Giants Release Trindon Holliday

Posted by sharkkiller on 06 October 2014 - 01:00 PM

Yeah, 11 fumbles in 2 years. Much better than Philly Brown.



#3001579 Philly Browns TD

Posted by sharkkiller on 05 October 2014 - 08:27 PM

Honestly, the ball bounced off of #24, so it should've died where it landed. :/




  • If a player from the kicking team is the first to touch the ball after it crosses the line of scrimmage, "illegal touching" is called and the receiving team gains possession at the spot where the illegal touching occurred. This is often not considered to be detrimental to the kicking team; for example, it is common for a player on the kicking team deliberately to make contact with the ball near the goal line before it enters the end zone to prevent a touchback. Since there is no further yardage penalty awarded, the kicking team is often said to have "downed the ball" when this occurs (and the NFL does not count it as an official penalty). While the ball is not automatically dead upon an illegal touch, and can be advanced by the receiving team (who would then have the choice of accepting the result of the play or taking the ball at the spot of the illegal touch), this rarely happens in practice, as illegal touching typically occurs when members of the kicking team are closer to the ball than members of the receiving team.


The receiving team has the option to take the return, or if something bad happend to take it from the spot of the illegal touch.

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