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The Seahawks are now ON NOTICE!

05 January 2015 - 10:08 AM




Rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated.


I have come back to you now in your hour of greatest need. With me I have brought wisdom, experience, and an industrial sized jar of lube. Now line up boys, and hold on to your taints, its about to get real.


First off.... Seattle. The softest most ridiculously pussified city in the entire country. A city so politically correct and lame I bet the mayor pardons a tofu turkey on Thanksgiving to please PeTA! hahaha.... wait, what? That actually happened? The Fug?




Meanwhile, in Charlotte, some residents choose not to pardon their turkey the old fashioned way... like the freaking founding fathers did.






This week's playoff match up is against the always overrated Seattle Seahawks.  Seattle is known for it's grunge music, strong coffee, and being home to the bandwagonest fans in the entire NFL. In 2011 the Seahawks had ZERO NFL player jersey sales in the top 50. In 2013, Russell Wilson was the #1 ranked jersey.


Holy poo, that is a whole lot of people needing a Seahawks jersey fast. Fuggin Pathetic. 


The Seahawks have all the team components that the public adores. The white haired coach, ready to dish out worldly advice. The cute little guy, with a wholesome attitude and dimples. The older brother, street wise with a little more of an edge. And who could forget the long haired Hollywood type, the prima donna always craving attention. 


Put it together, and it could be an 80's sitcom for christ sakes.








The Panthers are coming, Seattle. And they are bringing hell with them.


What will you do when the man beast Norwell mauls the face of your vaunted defensive line?


What will you do when Jonathan Stewart carves up your linebackers?


What will you do when Mike Shula calls a bubble screen to Brenton Bersin on 3rd and 10?



I'll tell you what you will do. You will sit there in your hipster trousers and take it... balls deep.


And then, when Luke Kuechly grabs yet another interception, when Josh Norman completely shuts down one of those receivers you have on your roster sorry their names escape me, you will begin to cry real tears that will drip from your ironic mustache.


And finally, when the Panthers have the lead and completely shut their own offense down allowing the Seahawks back in the game ... you will know what Panthers football is all about.... and there's not a god damned thing you can do about it.



Panthers 13

SeaHawks - 10






Soccer fans of the Huddle have challeneged this subforum

31 May 2014 - 04:31 AM

Soccer fans believe they can be more active than Nascar fans. Thus, if they can make this sub forum more active within the next few weeks, it will belong solely to them. The Nascar forum will be no more and lost into the abyss.

Giants release Josh Freeman

30 May 2014 - 03:29 PM

I would bring him in. At the very least he is a huge upgrade over Joe Webb. No down side.

I have breaking Kuechly news of the utmost importance.

29 May 2014 - 09:29 AM

Had a conversation with him after practice yesterday. I now know what his favorite pie is.



I shall reveal it on the next podcast with audio proof.



I believe I can shut down all thread creation for the rest of the day now.

Talking Punt Returners

29 May 2014 - 07:05 AM

The Panthers need to fill a huge hole left by Ted Ginn in the punt return game. Ginn was the first legitimate threat the Panthers had had in many seasons, replacing him won't be easy.

Yesterday at OTA's the order of punt returners went as follows:

Antoine Cason
Marvin McNutt
Philly Brown
De'Andre Presley

Cason and McNutt got the majority of the punts. The other two fielded at the end of the drill.

Antoine Cason returned punts in San Diego for the last several games of the 2010 season. Then San Diego Defensive Coordinator Ron Rivera must have taken note. This could be Cason's real purpose this season. Cason returned punts in college, running back two for touchdowns. He is the front runner for the spot.

As far as I can tell, McNutt has no punt return experience.

Philly Brown is a promising prospect at punt returner. He could be fast enough and shifty enough to win the job. He also does have experience, including this run back against Wisconsin. I can see him competing with Cason.

De'Andre Presley, who played QB, WR, CB and also returned punts at App State has an outside shot, but will need more snaps to impress. He was last in line to return, and only had a single grab.

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