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#2906391 Tiquan Underwood Cut

Posted by DaCityKats on 24 August 2014 - 09:42 AM

Gettleman had a history with Hixon, doubt he would have made the squad over him last year. Underwood would have been cut last year as well. 

#2905956 avant - "we're getting open"

Posted by DaCityKats on 23 August 2014 - 09:19 PM

Some fans want an easy fix.

Do you think Green Bay, Denver, or New England could have a successful passing attack with the receivers and tight ends that we have on the roster?

I would say yes.


they would not. Green Bay, and Denver have one of the deepest WR depth charts plus Danny and Julian are no slouches, hence the contracts they earned. 

#2875366 49ers cut Jon Baldwin

Posted by DaCityKats on 03 August 2014 - 05:48 PM

6'4 with 4.4 speed. why not try him out.

#2874196 2014 Rookie Watch

Posted by DaCityKats on 02 August 2014 - 01:40 PM

No chance we take a shot on DGB if he enter the draft so my next realistic favorite (assuming we don't stink this year) Ty Montgomery. Awesome kick returner as well (which we are in need of). KB with his size on one side and Ty with his speed on the other. Ty is listed at 6'2" but he looks shorter. Built well though.


huge Ty fan, dude is a very thick WR. his speed is very good, and he had a break out year last year. very good KO returner and he would bring back that threat we had with Ginn. 2 other guys to keep an eye on is Rashad Greene, from FSU and my sleeper who is going to fly up the board after this season and the off-season is Sammie Coats, WR Auburn. check out this play from him last year.




listed at 6'2, 200 he is big target with deep speed. ran a 4.37 at spring workouts.

#2872922 2014 Rookie Watch

Posted by DaCityKats on 01 August 2014 - 12:34 PM

i wanted Latimer in a panther uni, will be starting the 2015 prospects thread soon. 

#2865092 Official 7-25 Carolina Panthers Practice Thread

Posted by DaCityKats on 25 July 2014 - 09:55 PM


@jjones9: Cotchery drops sure TD on Cam bullet #pantherstc

@jjones9: Pilares and Underwood have not shown sure hands #pantherstc


yep, a lot of balls where being dropped by the WRs tonight. Cotchery ball was a perfect seam pass, right over the DBs hand, and he just dropped it. Underwood also got behind the CB and ball hit him dead in the hands, and he dropped it. the best WR tonight where KB and Brenton.


Pilares, Lucas, Philly and King all had some bad drops.

#2865084 Official 7-25 Carolina Panthers Practice Thread

Posted by DaCityKats on 25 July 2014 - 09:48 PM

need to see pics of our new #1 giant WR..and cam forming some kind of connection.      Need some fantasy fuel for later.

Benji is by far Cams favorite WR. he had a good connection with him on a deep ball in between White and Decoud. i even saw Cam jump one of the other QBs, just so he could throw to Benji when going through the route tree.

#2860287 Tony Dungy: "I wouldn't have taken him." (Michael Sam)

Posted by DaCityKats on 21 July 2014 - 06:42 PM

Natives were treated 100x worse than blacks. Therefore, by your reasoning, blacks should STFU, get over it, & keep their opinions to themselves.




#2860284 Tony Dungy: "I wouldn't have taken him." (Michael Sam)

Posted by DaCityKats on 21 July 2014 - 06:41 PM

Sterling didn't want black people at his games. Dungy doesn't want gay people on his team. There's not much of a difference.

He can use the "media circus, distractions" excuse all he wants. He's just another religious man who doesn't like gay people. Dungy almost signed Mike Vick & his media circus after he got out of prison. He had no problem with the media circus that would've came with signing a dog torturing POS, but sign a gay man? No, we just can't deal with all the media attention and distractions.

Horse sh*t.


being gay is the new black?

#2853585 Hornets sign Lance Stephenson to 3yr/27m contract.

Posted by DaCityKats on 16 July 2014 - 07:52 AM

This is a great signing.

#2850892 long term deal for hardy was never in the plans

Posted by DaCityKats on 14 July 2014 - 11:14 PM

I don't know about you, but I think we are better off now than we were last year in the secondary.  And we didn't have to do anything ridiculous like pay Mitchell and Munneryn instead of Hardy.  JMO, of course.


I like Mitchell's demeanor, but you're also talking about taking away a key piece that helped the secondary look as good as it did and helped those guys get paid elsewhere..

true about helping the secondary (the DL), but better then last year is yet to be seen. i have some concerns with Harper, because of his coverage skills, and White being strictly a cover 2 type CB (and shouldn't be starting).i really hope to see Godfrey become healthy because i always felt like he would be better at CB, his more natural position then safety.


Godfrey and Cason on the outside with Bene playing the nickel is not that bad of a line up. DeCoud playing the free spot has some ball hawking abilities, and hopefully Lester can win the SS spot.

#2850812 long term deal for hardy was never in the plans

Posted by DaCityKats on 14 July 2014 - 10:10 PM

not a fan of renting a guy in his prime for a year, hopefully something will get done. to play devils advocate, continuity could have been bringing back some of those DBs that signed else where such as Mitchell and Captain. it does not pertain only to the DL.

#2843113 Stepping back to take a look at the new offense; staying on top of the NFC

Posted by DaCityKats on 08 July 2014 - 05:32 PM

based off the route combos from last year, i think the panthers still run a coryell vertical attacking passing offense. Shula did sprinkle in some quick passes, that Chud just did not have, but for the most part, it was still mostly vertical route combos. i also remember some of the better routes this team ran where comebacks(outside/inside), seams and wheel routes.


i also remember the double move, or stutter and go route seemed to work really well (only remember Ginn winning on this route). with the 2 TE set, having 2 larger guys attacking the seams will do nothing but help the offense, also playing KB in the slot will allow for mismatches in the seam and middle of the field. 



edit: another factor is the WR have to win vs the coverage. what type of separation will Avant get in the Coryell offense, considering he has played in a WCO his entire career? will Shula cater his routes to where he wins in the short-intermediate aspect, and who will clear out the underneath routes, and keep the defense honest. the same 3 WRs where on the field in 3 WR sets, and the team only ran 4 WR set like 1 time. 


Cotchery as well, had much success in a WCO, but have no experience in  Coryell Vertical offense. 

#2841821 Stepping back to take a look at the new offense; staying on top of the NFC

Posted by DaCityKats on 07 July 2014 - 12:11 PM

Another thing I rarely see mentioned is the tendencies of the offense. Switching up play style and tempo should help this aspect. Giving the offense the chance to go hurry up, early in the game would be ideal.

#2831811 Isportsweb: Raiders need to trade Moore

Posted by DaCityKats on 26 June 2014 - 06:53 PM

Moore could be a very dominant #2 WR.

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