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Cyberjag

Member Since 25 Nov 2008
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#3249274 Cam Newton should be paid more than Luck or Wilson

Posted by Cyberjag on 22 February 2015 - 08:25 AM

There's no doubt that Cam is a more important part of the offense here than most quarterbacks are, but that doesn't mean he's deserving of more money.  It means that we haven't really done a lot around him.  If you put any top ten QB in Carolina they would probably win as many or more games, provided you also tailored a game plan to suit their strengths.  But if you ask Peyton Manning to avoid the rush the same way Cam does, then you're in for a heavy dose of the backup QB.

 

So his agent can make the argument all he wants, but if I'm Gettleman I respond with the market value.  Paying a player based on how much you think your team depends on him versus what he will bring on the open market leads to the contracts that everyone here has been criticizing over the past few years.




#3242755 All-time worst Panther starters?

Posted by Cyberjag on 15 February 2015 - 02:16 PM

A defense that would make any offense look good...

 

DE: Jason PeterChuck Wiley
DT: Nick HaydenSione Fua
LB: Lester TownsNa'il DiggsHannibal Navies
CB: Sherrod MartinRashard Anderson
FS: Haruki Nakamura
SS: Damien Richardson




#3242751 All-time worst Panther starters?

Posted by Cyberjag on 15 February 2015 - 02:11 PM

Sione fuging Fua.

 

Worse than Hayden?




#3236835 Panthers "Ready to Spend" ~ Bert Jensen

Posted by Cyberjag on 10 February 2015 - 07:00 AM

I don't see us signing any OT that you've ever heard of, and he will probably stay away from the shiny WRs out there because there's always a stupid GM out there that's ready to overspend for those types.  We're going to get a collection of DBs and solid Special Teams guys and try to fill our real need positions through the draft.  The only difference now is that he's going to sign them to three year contracts instead of 1-2 year deals.




#3227991 Patriots Dink and Dunk offense

Posted by Cyberjag on 02 February 2015 - 06:32 AM

They have been running the same offense for god knows how long, yet no one can stop them.

 

I think there was a stat of Brady being 1-22 on passes longer than 20 yards, its all short passes to wide open receivers, its frustrating to watch.

 

The last time they were in the Super Bowl they were a big-play offense.  What they actually do is tailor an effective game plan to the defense they're facing, and then they go out and execute it.  Brady is a huge part of that.




#3227988 Russell Wilson is smoke and mirrors.

Posted by Cyberjag on 02 February 2015 - 06:28 AM

All this game manager leaning on the team and benefitting from a great defense stuff that is said about Wilson used to be said about Tom Brady.




#3222771 Luke on Dan Patrick Radio Show this morning

Posted by Cyberjag on 28 January 2015 - 07:01 PM

Certainly has a lot more class than ray lewis.

Luke is gunna get some superbowls

 

FIFY




#3222347 Bill Voth's chat with Gettleman: Understanding offseason plans

Posted by Cyberjag on 28 January 2015 - 10:51 AM

BPA...So what if BPA is a QB?

 

You draft him anyway.  That's how the Packers ended up with Aaron Rodgers.




#3221949 Duron Carter going to Colts

Posted by Cyberjag on 27 January 2015 - 08:11 PM

So when he hauls in 20 TDs next season it will be due to Andrew Luck's perfect ball placement.  But if he doesn't, it's because he was never a NFL caliber receiver in the first place.  Right?




#3219911 Football vs. Vajayjay? For humor. Curmudgeons & stick-in-the-muds need n...

Posted by Cyberjag on 25 January 2015 - 07:58 PM

Alright who's the er "guy"that picked football?

 

Dude, at my age it's asking me if I want 10 minutes of fun one day a week if I'm lucky, or hours of entertainment on Friday night, all weekend long, and on Monday night too.  And just TRY to have a beer while you enjoy the vajayjay.  Not in my house, buddy!  And have you ever heard of tailgating for married sex? 




#3219906 Football vs. Vajayjay? For humor. Curmudgeons & stick-in-the-muds need n...

Posted by Cyberjag on 25 January 2015 - 07:50 PM

What the hell, I'm 50 and have two hands.  I'll take football.




#3219543 For those who missed Gettleman's interviews, J. Jones got ya covered.

Posted by Cyberjag on 25 January 2015 - 09:18 AM

Q: Have you made any emotional decisions? Have you broken your own rule?

A: “No. I won’t do it.”

That's the biggest difference between him and Hurney, right there.  And it was past time to have that attitude as an organization.




#3219277 Dave Gettleman to Marty Hurney - You left us a cap mess, but drafted a hell o...

Posted by Cyberjag on 24 January 2015 - 07:00 PM

I'm no Hurney apologist but from 2003-2006 the Panthers team Hurney helped build was a legit contender with a super bowl loss and an NFC Championship game loss. That's pretty damn close in my book.

 

By some weird unofficial board policy, you are required to ignore Hurney's first five years in any performance review, and instead focus on his last four, which coincidentally took place when JR returned from heart surgery and fired his sons.




#3219160 Dave Gettleman to Marty Hurney - You left us a cap mess, but drafted a hell o...

Posted by Cyberjag on 24 January 2015 - 04:09 PM

MH hit and he missed like every other GM. We we never really close to winning anything and be got us into cap hell. I don't understand his fan base.

 

What year did you start following the Panthers?  




#3218314 Hurney GM vs Pats Cheating Culture: A scientific poll

Posted by Cyberjag on 23 January 2015 - 04:16 PM

Rumor was he was waiving the 2011 first round pick in front of New England (I think).

 

Here's the rumor:  http://espn.go.com/b...urney/count/121

 

He’s a second-round pick with first-round talent and he was Carolina’s first pick in this draft. The Panthers were trying to trade up to early in the second round to get Clausen, but didn’t have enough ammunition to get there.

 

A 2011 first round pick would have been more than enough to move up 12-13 spots, so there's no way they were dangling that.  Also, rumor had it that there was no way we were going to trade our 2011 first rounder after two years with no first round pick.  Bottom line is, I believe that they made inquiries about trading up, but the price was too high and he fell to us anyway.