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Rhys

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#2899638 Deepest and best backfield?

Posted by Rhys on 20 August 2014 - 09:31 AM

What is an asshat anyways?

 

Well, I don't have any preseason PFF chart based on 8 attempts to help support my claim, but I'm pretty sure an asshat is as follows:

 

A person who creates a thread on an opposing fan base's message board to boast about his own team's RBs and supports his boast with a chart of preseason stats based on a single game wherein his player has 8 entire attempts and shares the top of said chart with the likes of Peerman, Burkhead, Tipton, Parmele. He then later denies the use of the preseason chart.

 

He creates this thread under the guise of responding to an offhand quote from an older player on the message board's team but then is so unable to contain his own erection for his personal team he doesn't even use the entire first sentence before he begins pleasuring himself my boasting about his own personal team's RBs. 

 

He does all this with an avatar 'selfie' of himself flexing his flabby bicep and smirking into the camera.

 

That sir, is my understanding of an AssHat.

 

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#2898732 Deepest and best backfield?

Posted by Rhys on 19 August 2014 - 05:31 PM

You know what makes you the "asshat"? Citing the play of our backup guards. Both probowl guards haven't played yet. Also, the stats in OP about Ingram after contact were from THE ENTIRE 2013 SEASON. THE POINT OF THE THREAD was questioning Stewarts claim about Panthers having "deepest and best backfield", it wasn't to claim that that is what the Saints have.


Go back to the OP. The chart you posted was based on 8 attempts by Ingram which I can only assume is from the preseason as you stated 'so far this year' before it. You cherry picked a stupid chart from the preseason to boast about the Saints backfield. Asshat.


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#2898630 Deepest and best backfield?

Posted by Rhys on 19 August 2014 - 04:49 PM

Point being, your smack is incredibly weak when you're referencing a 'rating' based on a tiny sample size in conditions that are very unlike a real game (1st week of preseason, little to no game planning, mix of starters and depth, reduced intensity, etc.).

 

I have no doubt that the Saints will be very good this year. I have quite a bit of doubt that 8 carries by Mark Ingram in the 1st preseason game has any bearing on that outcome. I also doubt his fuging PFF "Elusive Rating" means even a quarter poo when it comes to his capabilities as an NFL running back. I could pull a whole boatload of stats pointing to Ingram being a massive waste of a 1st rounder. 

 

Go back to discussing your pre-teen-like obsessive collection of overpriced gelatin-outsole basketball shoes. I'd be much more inclined to take you as an authority on that topic. 

 

 




#2898608 Deepest and best backfield?

Posted by Rhys on 19 August 2014 - 04:35 PM

Hey asshat, just like you I can cherry pick a couple of fuging preseason stats from PFF and jerk myself off about them.

 

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Oh and if Mark Ingram has such a TITILATING ELUSIVE RATING that you felt the need to create this thread after rubbing one out over a few preseason carries I should be over the moon at J. Stewart's few carries.

 

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Wowzers, look at those PRESEASON STATS! Holy buckets, Stewart is on pace for 32 TDs, I bet his elusive rating is like 6.8 E and he has a jumpy jack rating of 12.887 compared to Ingram's 11.223. His scamper feet rating must be through the roof! How in the hell are the Saints going to contend with that?

 

 




#2890555 Deepest and best backfield?

Posted by Rhys on 14 August 2014 - 04:46 PM

Occasionally I wander into the Smack forum for chuckles. 

 

Big A never disappoints with his pathetic smack. 

 

His only link/source: a massive PFF chart (of a single preseason week's stats) where Ingram is at the top, and Ingram's in good company: Neal, Peerman, Tipton, Burkhead, Parmele. Wowzers, if those aren't the most e-fugin-lusive backs in the NFL. Hot damn. 

 

The rest of the post: cherry picked 'stats' and broad generalizations with no supporting articles/charts etc. 

 

Sometimes I honestly cannot tell if he's just trolling with inane threads or he has actually convinced himself the Saints are the class of the NFL in every category.

 

 

 

 




#2851231 Hardy court thread : for all things that happen in court today

Posted by Rhys on 15 July 2014 - 09:48 AM

Truth. Of course, we're all biased because we're fans of the football team he plays for, but if we take a step back and take off our homer glasses for a second, it'd probably be fair if he got some sort of punishment for pushing around and threatening a person. 

 

That being said, fug that crazy bitch. Release the Kraken, etc etc.

 

Pretty sure the unbiased stance on his guilt would be to reserve judgement, especially since all the calls/texts/video/audio from the incident isn't clear one way or another. 




#2795799 Can we have one huge background/wallpaper thread?

Posted by Rhys on 21 May 2014 - 01:52 PM

The glowy-eye Panther wallpapers are ones I've made over the years. Here's the one you're referring to in both the colors I made.

 

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#2787169 Hardy 911 call

Posted by Rhys on 14 May 2014 - 05:44 PM

The one thing I don't understand about the gold digger angle: Why go to the police? Wouldn't your silence be more valuable to Hardy than pressing charges then dropping charges?

Extortion is illegal, and it would also be tough if the relationship has been destroyed and Hardy wants nothing to do with you. Plus, IF she was drunk and on drugs don't think she's thinking of an elaborate plan other than to get Hardy in as much trouble as she can because her emotions are high and the relationship is over.




#2787085 Hardy 911 call

Posted by Rhys on 14 May 2014 - 05:05 PM

WAIT GAIZ, mayb this iz n elabrat plan by Panther 2 forse Hardy in2 a cheeper contrac?

 

No but seriously, what if? Mind blown. Boom.




#2787078 Hardy 911 call

Posted by Rhys on 14 May 2014 - 05:04 PM

If she really was on hard drugs it would make sense for her to refuse treatment on her scratches and bruising. 

 

 




#2755763 Kale + Eggs = Panther logo background thing

Posted by Rhys on 29 April 2014 - 12:44 PM

It's the offseason. Got tired of looking at my defaultish iOS background I have of some serene looking mountainscape I'd never been to. Smug-ass mountain, fug you, you're getting changed.

 

Thought I'd update a background I made for the huddle back in 2009:

http://www.carolinah...day-enthusiasm/

 

Here it is, iPhone 4-inch size. Made it while eating a kale salad and 2 boiled eggs during lunch at work. You can really tell in the glowy-parts of the eye where the kale influenced the design. The boiled eggs didn't help much.

 

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Boosh! Or whatever kids these days say.




#2562221 Dat Alice makes a thread on Saints Report.

Posted by Rhys on 23 December 2013 - 02:18 PM

I highly enjoy your squirming when it comes to the actual game, DrewBreesIsGod(-AwfulOnTheRoad). You continue to cling to certain statistics as some kind of proof that if a rematch happens in January the Saints would win. And you also site the Armstead/Hardy situation as another reason why suddenly your offense is going to score at will on our defense if only Brown plays.

 

To counter, let's first look at one of your former-fellow Who Dats response ( I pinky swear I didn't photoshop that large rainbow fish over-top the message, double, no triple pinky-swear ) - 

 

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Ahh, what a salient point. Why don't we take a look at those precious stats?

 

http://www.nfl.com/g...nalyze=boxscore

 

Hmm, wow. Looks like the Vikings won that one, wait what? They didn't? Nope, your classy former-franchise went on to win that game in pussified fashion with a long field goal after hitting Favre explicitly after the whistle on multiple occasions, getting flagged for it, and getting out gained in the air and on the ground and in the TOP.

 

On to your next toothpick-tower argument: in the first encounter this season between the Panthers and Saints, Byron Bell was criticized heavily for giving up almost all of the significant pressure on Cam which lead to field goals on the opening two-drives and to multiple stalls throughout the game.

 

I could just as easily say, "All that has to happen is Byron Bell play a better game and we will obliterate Rob Ryan's Finest." But I'm not as selectively-blind as you. Galette and Jordan are good players, who at times can take over games. Same goes for Hardy and Johnson (who was not playing fully healthy need I remind you). They didn't play up to their potential in NO, but the entire D-line generated more pressure in this past game. What makes you think Brown is so consistent that he would have been able to stop Hardy after getting clown-suited by Quinn a week earlier? 

 

Let's summarize: You're an ass-clown who can't stomach the loss so you deflect with shitty silver-linings that Saints fans don't even agree with.

 

(aside: if you knew anything about Photoshop you'd know that if PhillyB did shop the image, the text would have a drop-shadow and a bevel+emboss because anyone who is good at PS knows those effects aren't played out, and totally still cool)

 

 




#2529582 What Saints Fans are Saying

Posted by Rhys on 05 December 2013 - 06:41 PM

I don't post often, but I've been around a while, and I must say this: Alejandro, under all his aliases, has made himself out to be a top tier pathetic attention seeking loser.

I don't care what he owns, what he looks like, what he pretends to own or do et cetera, based entirely on the way he conducts himself on this forum he seems like a guy no one wants to be around.

That said, in the History of the Huddle volume 2 - first edition, he has surpassed Greg Frye in infamy, albeit weak douchey attention seeking infamy, and something can be said for that. Hats off to you sir.


#2401125 Cam fined 10k

Posted by Rhys on 27 September 2013 - 03:28 PM

http://espn.go.com/n...pment-violation

 

 

 

Other players who have worn the clips are Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle PryorSan Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid and Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon, according to Forbes.com. The Charlotte Observer reported that at least three other Panthers -- defensive endsGreg Hardy and Charles Johnson, and running back DeAngelo Williams -- have worn the Under Armour clips. A source, however, said they were not fined because the black clips were on black facemasks; Newton's were more noticeable because they were black clips on a gray facemask.

 

What the hell.

 

Does ESPN and it's source even know who the Panthers are? The league apparently doesn't even know the Panthers have black facemasks, I guess they just took Chris Smith on his word.

 

 

 




#2398308 Forbes Reporter Tattles On Cam Apparently Violating League Uniform Rules. . ....

Posted by Rhys on 24 September 2013 - 04:16 PM

Buddy, Cam's are black on black, the UA logo is just shiny, so it catches light better.

 

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