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#2007136 Your top HC Candidates

Posted by Kurb on 18 November 2012 - 09:35 PM

I said Mike Zimmer was my #1.

You mentioned Gene fuging Chizic as a NFL Head Coach candidate.

Are you that guy that tries to throw in interesting tidbits into conversations just to sound like you belong?

#2007110 Your top HC Candidates

Posted by Kurb on 18 November 2012 - 09:27 PM

Gene Chizik

What the fuging hell is wrong with you?
Serious question are you mentally retarded ?

#2007108 Your top HC Candidates

Posted by Kurb on 18 November 2012 - 09:26 PM

LoL at making Mike McCoy a headcoach.

Just L oh fuging L

#2006854 Only 1 out of 9 teams we've faced currently has a losing record

Posted by Kurb on 18 November 2012 - 07:46 PM

Subtract a win from 8 of them and a loss from 2 and what do you get ?

#2006814 Are we the NEW BROWNS of the NFC

Posted by Kurb on 18 November 2012 - 07:35 PM


#2002317 Guys, the signs that the offense was going to struggle came in Spartanburg.

Posted by Kurb on 16 November 2012 - 03:35 PM

Yep its that time again kids!


#2002211 The Southern Strategy - The Lee Atwater Interview

Posted by Kurb on 16 November 2012 - 02:40 PM

I'm constantly surprised at how biased Delhommy is in his opinions.

I consider him fairly intelligent, EXCEPT in this forum.

#2001756 the real superman

Posted by Kurb on 16 November 2012 - 09:03 AM

bant op

#2000915 Peyton Manning Sound FX

Posted by Kurb on 15 November 2012 - 12:29 PM

I think that speaks volumes about the culture and enviroment in Carolina......one that Cam pretty much talked about from day 1. Losing and sucking is generally accepted within the organization. Maybe we simply don't have guys who will follow Cam. Hurney also spoke on the general topic.

Roster needs to be completed gutted. All old guys like Gross and Smith....need the boot. THOSE are our "leaders". Cam doesn't want to follow what they have done here and do. He shouldn't. The old guys era is about being inconsistant and having excuses every other year. I think that is the real issue in terms of leadership and Cam's role.

Cam has been bashed for his take on how things should go. Losing shouldn't be accepted. No need to learn to be a good loser. He pretty much is alone in that w/ the old guard and so called leaders.

This has become my opinion too. The 'gettem next time mindset is sooooo engrained in that locker room its sickening.

Hurney validated it with the contracts.
Fox started it with "it is what it is'
Rivera hasn't had a strong enoughy personality to stop it.
And RICHARDSON has let it go on for over a decade.

#2000802 The Success of Chip Kelly. The New Old School

Posted by Kurb on 15 November 2012 - 11:11 AM

This is the deal breaker for me.

Good chance this guy is a bust.

..I don't think so. I see as maybe a Jimmy Johnson college -pro guy. Did you read tur article?

#2000796 Peyton Manning Sound FX

Posted by Kurb on 15 November 2012 - 11:09 AM

I am so fuging tired of every fuging thig Cam does on the sideline being analyzed. He is a kid that has had this poo organization dropped on his shoulders. Is hang my fuging head too if I had so much thrown my way.

I hope the next staff has more patience and hope and tutoring than the current staff has implemented.

Fans forget, mainly b/c of last season, that Cam was/is a project. He needs help. He isn't getting it.

#1999933 The Success of Chip Kelly. The New Old School

Posted by Kurb on 14 November 2012 - 06:13 PM


f Oregon wins the BCS title this year — they are my pick to do so, though they have suffered a number of tough injuries on defense — I'm certain that Chip Kelly will be coaching next season in the NFL. Those who know Kelly well say it's "inevitable,"and his name, along with his friend Jon Gruden's, will be at the top of nearly every NFL coaching search. But despite all his success, there are those who still like to label his offense a gimmick, or, more practically, wonder if it's possible to run a spread offense in the NFL, given the beating a quarterback might endure.
This misunderstands Kelly's attack. "I look for a quarterback who can run and not a running back who can throw. I want a quarterback who can beat you with his arm," Kelly explained at a coaches clinic in the spring of 2011, emphatically adding, "We are not a The Golden Calf of Bristol type of quarterback team. I am not going to run my quarterback 20 times on power runs."


Kelly explained that he merely needs a quarterback who, if the defense "forces" him to run, "can do it effectively." Although this rules out some of the NFL's best quarterbacks — from Peyton Manning to Tom Brady — it doesn't mean that his offense requires Cam Newton or RG3. Every year, the high school and college ranks are producing more and more quarterbacks who aren't utterly devoid of athleticism.4
Time will undoubtedly tell whether Kelly's offense can work in the NFL, but my vote is that it will. It would require Kelly finding the right players, but a Chip Kelly–coached NFL team would win for the same reasons that the Chip Kelly–coached college team wins. Behind the speed, the spread, the Daft Punk helmets, and the flashy uniforms, Oregon ultimately wins with old-fashioned, fundamental, run-it-up-the-gut football. I think everyone, even fans of the spread offense, can appreciate that.

#1999702 Charles Johnson third in pass rushing productivity

Posted by Kurb on 14 November 2012 - 02:20 PM

rabble rabble overpaid rabble rabble

#1999689 This guy is a legend

Posted by Kurb on 14 November 2012 - 02:10 PM

He's no Blood Ninja


Bloodninja: Wanna cyber?
DirtyKate: K, but don't tell anybody ;-)
DirtyKate: Who are you?
Bloodninja: I've got blond hair, blue eyes, I work out a lot
Bloodninja: And I have a part time job delivering for Papa John's in my Geo Storm.
DirtyKate: You sound sexy.. I bet you want me in the back of your car..
Bloodninja: Maybe some other time. You should call up Papa John's and make an order
DirtyKate: Haha! OK
DirtyKate: Hello! I'd like an extra-EXTRA large pizza just dripping with sauce.
Bloodninja: Well, first they would say, "Hello, this is Papa John's, how may I help you", then they tell you the specials, and then you would make your order. So that's an X-Large. What toppings do you want?
DirtyKate: I want everything, baby!
Bloodninja: Is this a delivery?
DirtyKate: Umm...Yes
DirtyKate: So you're bringing the pizza to my house now? Cause I'm home alone... and I think I'll take a shower...
Bloodninja: Good. It will take about fifteen minutes to cook, and then I'll drive to your house.
DirtyKate:I'm almost finished with my shower... Hurry up!
Bloodninja: You can't hurry good pizza.
Bloodninja: I'm on my way now though
DirtyKate: So you're at my front door now.
Bloodninja: How did you know?
Bloodninja: I knock but you can't hear me cause you're in the shower. So I let myself in, and walk inside. I put the pizza down on your coffee table.
Bloodninja: Are you ready to get nasty, baby? I'm as hot as a pizza oven
DirtyKate: ooohh yeah. I step out of the shower and I'm all wet and cold. Warm me up baby
Bloodninja: So you're still in the bathroom?
DirtyKate: Yeah, I'm wrapping a towel around myself.
Bloodninja: I can no longer resist the pizza. I open the box and unzip my pants with my other hand. As I penetrate the gooey cheese, I moan in ecstacy. The mushrooms and Italian sausage are rough, but the sauce is deliciously soothing. I blow my load in seconds. As you leave the bathroom, I exit through the front door....
DirtyKate: What the fug?
DirtyKate: You perverted piece of s**t

DirtyKate: F**k

#1998051 The Theory of All Theories: DECEMBER 21, 2012

Posted by Kurb on 13 November 2012 - 12:02 PM

A old farmer explained it to me in a depressing way.

When you are 5 each year = 1/5 of your entire life.

When you are 50 each year = 1/50th of your entire life.

Thus the older you get, the less time a year will account for, so it seems to be shorter than when a year held greater meaning.

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