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Cyberjag

Member Since 25 Nov 2008
Offline Last Active Aug 25 2014 06:31 AM
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#2846000 Slow news day, PFT shitting on receivers

Posted by Cyberjag on 11 July 2014 - 07:25 AM

Amazingly enough, it wasn't a Gantt article.




#2788494 Protective order against Hardy dismissed

Posted by Cyberjag on 15 May 2014 - 01:36 PM

Its difficult to believe there are so many idiots on the huddle.

 

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#2778325 6th Round - Carolina selects RB Tyler Gaffney, Stanford

Posted by Cyberjag on 10 May 2014 - 04:02 PM

At this point, it's pretty apparent that Gettleman took Benjamin and then started trolling the huddle.




#2774807 With the 59th pick in the 2007 draft...

Posted by Cyberjag on 09 May 2014 - 09:15 PM

But.....Justin Hartwig sucked.

 

Hartwig was a stud in Tennessee, but got hurt in 2006, his first year in Carolina.  And we also had Hangartner--Center was NOT a need that year.  Instead, we badly needed help at WR, TE, MLB, and SS.  And the entire right side of the offensive line needed an overhaul.

 

When Kalil was selected, half the Huddle was all "Do what???" and the other half just wanted to talk about Jarrett.




#2774729 With the 59th pick in the 2007 draft...

Posted by Cyberjag on 09 May 2014 - 09:06 PM

The Carolina Panthers select Ryan Kalil.

 

WTF?  We already had Justin Hartwig!  At least the Jarret pick filled a need, right?

 

So yeah, calm down about Ealy already.




#2757971 Panthers director of college scouting Don Gregory believes "capable"...

Posted by Cyberjag on 01 May 2014 - 09:53 AM

Not to be overly negative, but Gregory has been the director of college scouting for the following WR picks:

Dwayne Jarrett (2), Ryne Robinson (4), Brandon LaFell (3), Armanti Edwards (3), David Gettis (6), Kealoha Pilares (5), and Joe Adams (4).  In KC he helped evaluate Jeff Webb (6), Craphonso Thorpe (4), Samie Parker (4), Jeris McIntyre (6), and Snoop Minnis (3).  

 

Other scouts on our current staff contributed to Walter Young (7), Keary Colbert (2), and Drew Carter (5).

 

GMs don't make their picks in a vacuum, they rely on their scouts providing good recommendations.  You ever wonder if picking WR talent is something we could improve on in our scouting staff?

 

Dear Mr. Proehl, we're counting on you to make a difference.




#2734346 Report: Colin Kaepernick investigated for alleged sexual assault

Posted by Cyberjag on 10 April 2014 - 11:46 AM

Looks like he went with his first read again and didn't notice the open sluts at the end of the bar.




#2734040 LSU Pro Day

Posted by Cyberjag on 10 April 2014 - 09:23 AM

BTW, Go Tigers! :D




#2731348 Agree/disagree: LaFell is better than Cotchery, Underwood, and Avant

Posted by Cyberjag on 08 April 2014 - 09:07 AM

So which receiver(s) is better of the 3? 

 

Swap LaFell with any of them.  He's on another club last year, and any one of them has been lost in Free Agency.  If he signed now then the Huddle would be declaring him the future number one receiver and a potential all-pro. 

 

Not saying he's great, but none of these guys are either. 




#2725538 Does Clowney scare you?

Posted by Cyberjag on 03 April 2014 - 08:02 AM

He doesn't scare me as much as the Falcons getting a legitimate O-Line would.




#2723338 D. Newton: Rivera is right. We don't need a number 1 WR. / OK, OK...

Posted by Cyberjag on 01 April 2014 - 09:13 AM

We don't need a star receiver, all we need is someone who is a credible threat to get open.  A strong offensive line will mean far more than a burner on the outside.  Give Cam time, and we can move the ball even with Keary Colbert 2.0.




#2713046 Greatest QB of all time?

Posted by Cyberjag on 23 March 2014 - 06:52 AM

If they keep getting results like they're getting, maybe they'll quit making polls like this.




#2711038 Has this week calmed your Gettle-fears?

Posted by Cyberjag on 21 March 2014 - 05:34 PM

Gettleman's cap magic is the same stuff that GMs around the league routinely do--they all have staff to help them with options.

 

The draft gave us three pretty good players, and he did a great job finding talent on the cheap, but then he let most of it get away.

 

I think he's doing a good job setting up the defense to be great for years to come.   And I kind of expect him to go heavy on the line in the draft, and stay with the BPA approach.  It won't surprise me a bit if we don't get a receiver on the first day, but if Cam has protection we'll move the ball even with scrubs outside.  And it will be a ton of fun to watch the Huddle explode if we don't, so there's that added benefit.

 

So far, the only thing that I really don't like about him is the way he treats players.  Aside from Star, he's rarely said anything to make you think he feels close at all to them.  That's a big change from how things were done before he got here, even before the bad contracts started.  And it's not one I'm particularly fond of.  Still, I would rather have someone who's great at finding quality depth than someone who's good at making our stars feel like family--that can be left to the coaches.




#2701983 You think David Newton will receive a Christmas card from The FO?

Posted by Cyberjag on 17 March 2014 - 09:12 AM

O continuity hmm.... I wonder who else said that

Continuity only counts with offensive coordinators. :)


#2700048 Continuity for Cam?

Posted by Cyberjag on 16 March 2014 - 08:57 AM

When Cam was a rookie, he had no continuity at all and still managed to throw for a respectable number of yards.






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