Jump to content


Member Since 24 May 2009
Last Active Jan 20 2015 09:32 PM

#2362957 Who Loses Us The Game

Posted by LelouchBritannia on 08 September 2013 - 03:01 PM

Um...whoever decided to let russel wilson throw for 320 yards with screen/short passes and prayers....

#2334455 I know I know PRESEASON.... But should we be concerned about Cam's accuracy?

Posted by LelouchBritannia on 22 August 2013 - 09:26 PM

I think so.


This is year 3 of the Cam Newton era. He is STILL making the EXACT same mistakes he made game 1 of his rookie year(bad footwork leading to overthrowing of receivers). Notice that nearly every single pass is to the sideline, identical to the majority of plays that we called the last two years. We wonder why there are no quick drop offs or 3 step drops and it comes down to Cam's short to intermediate accuracy(look at the failure of most of our screen plays, it comes from inaccuracy throwing the ball to the runningback causing the back to stop to make sure they catch it, while the blockers move forward leaving an opening to easily tackle the rb for a 0-1 yard gain)

#2326236 Gettle can't really be this oblivious, could he?

Posted by LelouchBritannia on 16 August 2013 - 11:53 AM

Pressure from the pocket isn't Cam's problem. It is Cam. He has no problem buying time, the problem is he goes full Jamarcus Russell sometimes and cannot hit the broad side of a barn. I love Cam, but damn man. I would say the running backs need a decent oline way more than Cam does.

#2326226 Should we be worried?

Posted by LelouchBritannia on 16 August 2013 - 11:47 AM

I definitely think it is time to worry, but it is not the end of the world. Yes Cam looked extraordinarily inaccurate, and yes the offensive line got absolutetly wrecked by one of the worst defenses in the league. But it is the preseason and they can get better, people oftentimes bring up the "well we did not have a gameplan" when it comes to the preseason, yet they do not realize that it makes this significantly worse. That means that our guys got straight up beat by theirs, at nearly every position on both sides of the ball.


But we will get better. The real question however, is how much better and how much in the end will it matter? If it takes us until week 8 to get halfway decent and we are sitting at 1-6 then at that point it does not matter. Every great team is at least halfway decent in the preseason.


Who remembers 2008? Our running game was STUPID in the preseason, and guess what? It was stupid in the regular season. You remember 2011? 2012?.....

#2121608 Dan Morgan currently all-time leader for tackles in a single postseaston

Posted by LelouchBritannia on 02 February 2013 - 09:02 AM

People have really forgotten just how ridiculously good Dan Morgan and Spoon really were. Makes me sad.

#2072898 Why is it all Rivera's fault?

Posted by LelouchBritannia on 02 January 2013 - 08:32 AM

It is the burden of a leader. You get all the accolades for success and all the blame for failures. The failure of this team to play well or do anything meaningful at any point during the season prior to us being eliminated from playoff contention is on him.

Did Rivera skip the ball in the end zone at the end of the game? No. Did he fumble the ball against Atlanta? No. But every decision he made during the course of those games, particularly the calls for coverage at the end of the Atlanta game allowing them to get into field goal range from the ONE YARD LINE in under a minute are all on him. One play does not lose you the game, piss poor coaching leading up to that single play is what loses you the game.

#1992421 Getting pretty damn old

Posted by LelouchBritannia on 11 November 2012 - 02:53 PM

You guys are pretty ridiculous, maybe if the players ACTUALLY DID THEIR JOB!!!! you wouldn't have to worry about the refs screwing you. EVERYONE in the NFL has to deal with bad calls, we are no different.

#1972783 Teams Calling About Smitty

Posted by LelouchBritannia on 30 October 2012 - 06:07 PM

Anyone who says "trade smith and get what you can" is retarded.

YEAA LETS GET AS MANY YOUNG AND SHITTY PLAYERS AS WE CAN!!!! Because that's what everyone else is doing, and it leads to success!!11!!!

I heard the Cardinals are willing to trade Fitz for a 3rd and a stick of gum.
I heard the Patriots want to trade Tom Brady for 2 2nd's and a lick of a tootsie pop.

You don't trade your best offensive weapon for trash talent or 4th round draft picks that you cut after a year. Period. End of story.

You dislike Smitty? ok. You don't feel like this team is doing much this year? I agree.



Steve Smith...100% chance to contribute to this team this year and a great chance to contribute positively for the next 2-3 years.

Random Draft Pick.....5-10% chance of contributing next year, .001% chance of being a stud, .0000033333% chance of being a fringe hall of famer. Make it happen new GM!!

#1952647 Is the Read Option Destroying our Runningbacks?

Posted by LelouchBritannia on 20 October 2012 - 05:27 PM

While watching NFL Playbook Baldinger brought up a good point, the read option eliminates any options the runningbacks have once they get the ball. It has turned all of our runningbacks into the exact same back(one cut and go). It has eliminated all potential cutbacks and outside runs, not to mention the back never actually knows if they are going to get the ball so it creates hesitation.

Probably explains why Stewart has had more success in this scheme than Deangelo, as one of Deangelo's greates strengths is vision, and it becomes moot in this system.

#1906258 Newton not happy with the offense

Posted by LelouchBritannia on 18 September 2012 - 06:38 PM

If the sain'ts somehow pulled a miracle and tied/won the game, we would all be blaming the offense for not finishing the game.