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Cyberjag

Member Since 25 Nov 2008
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In Topic: 2011 NFL draft revisited, would you take JJ Watt over Cam?

20 May 2015 - 08:21 AM

I'm just thinking of what it would be like to have JJ Watt, yet watch the guy we passed over setting passing records in his first two years and leading the Texans to two straight playoff appearances.

 

I'm not even worried about the quarterback.  We would have Anderson or some game manager type leading a ground and pound attack, and a defense to keep games close.  It would be the 2009 Panthers all over again.

 

Basically, I'm glad we got Cam.  


In Topic: Pocket Cam vs. Mobile Cam

19 May 2015 - 10:37 AM

I was just curious what was cams numbers from games 11-16 (14 if you count the two games he missed.)

The reason why I ask is because that is when we went on a winning streak and I believe it is when we had replaced Amini and Chandler with Norwell and Reamers. Also Stewart went on a tear.

 

67-115, 58.3% completion, 735 yards.  Average rating 89.8, 6.4 YPA


In Topic: Football Outsiders early NFCS prediction

17 May 2015 - 06:39 AM

They picked the Saints to be first last year, why does anybody put stock in these articles?


In Topic: La'el Collins signs with Cowboys

07 May 2015 - 02:30 PM

Not sure if this has been posted yet...  The LSU Weight Room a couple years ago...

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In Topic: Panther Grades from around the web

03 May 2015 - 06:11 PM

 

 

Carolina Panthers: C Grade 
Goals Entering the 2014 NFL DraftThe Panthers lost a ton of talent this offseason, particularly at wideout and on the offensive line. Some contrarians think they can look at other positions, but the receiving corps and front are in such dire need of help that the front office almost has to address them early and often. 

2014 NFL Draft Accomplishments: The Panthers had to obtain multiple receivers and a left tackle. They failed in both matters, which has to be frustrating for the fans. They did, at least, snag one receiver, but he was a reach. Kelvin Benjamin was a consensus second-round prospect, and one team we spoke to even had him in the middle rounds. The 28th pick was too early for him, but Carolina was at least addressing a huge hole. 

I don't know what happened after that, but receiver and tackle were ignored. I don't mind the second-round choice of Kony Ealy because he presented such great value at that juncture, but one of the next three selections should have been used on a greater position of need. 

Given all that's happened, who's Newton going to throw to, and how will his blind side be protected? Carolina's franchise quarterback can't be happy with what his team did this weekend.

 

Walter Football, last year at this time...