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KatsAzz

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NASCAR Taking Closer Look At #33 Car

22 September 2010 - 12:41 PM

In breaking news this morning,Associated Press reported that NASCAR was taking a closer look at Clint Bowyer's winning #33 car that won Sunday's race.
If NASCAR decides to penalize Bowyer points for an infraction, then this could seriously hurt him in the championship chase.


http://www.rr.com/sp...ok_at_car_No_33

How The Polls Are Ranking The Panthers

19 June 2010 - 08:35 PM

In a poll of nfl.com viewers, the Panthers were ranked as the leagues 23rd best team. Strangely, that's the same place nfldraftscout.com ranks them, in their mock drafts by Rang and Reuter, who had them drafting 9th in 2011.

Steve Wyche even ranked the Panthers at #30.

However. walterfootball.com expects the Panthers to make the playoffs, and draft 22nd.

Peter King picked the Panthers to make it to the Super Bowl, as a wildcard team.

If any of these predictions are correct, the Panthers could find themselves drafting anywhere from 3rd to 31st next year.

So much for the polls. :)

2008 DE Class Largely A Bunch Of failures

15 June 2010 - 08:38 PM

The 2008 DE class continues to be largely a bunch of failures.

Available Free Agent OLB's To Replace Thomas Davis?

09 June 2010 - 07:49 PM

Available Free Agent OLB's To Replace Thomas Davis?

Don't expect a free agent OLB to be available to replace Thomas Davis.
Most of the free agent OLB's are over the hill. Here is what's available:

Tyjuan Hagler (28), a restricted free agent
Keith Bulluch (33), recovering from a torn ACL (Dec. 09)
Adalius Thomas (33), a 3-4 OLB that no team wants
Cato June (30), a cover 2 OLB who's not near what he once was
Derrick Brooks (37), as Jethro said, "Your not just over the hill, your down in the holler".

Panthers 2010 Offensive Projections

08 June 2010 - 01:43 PM

The projection below sounds about right, Although,I would bet Clausen would have more ints than 12, most rookies do. I do feel that the numbers for Moore are right on, he is a game manager, and does that well, and those numbers reflect that.

http://walterfootbal...ason2009car.php

Walterfootball.com has posted the following projections for the Panthers offensive starters in 2010.

QB-Matt Moore: 3,350 yards passing, 18 TD's, and 9 Int's
(they don't expect Clausen to start, but if he did, these are his numbers)
QB-Jimmy Clausen: 3,550 yards passing, 19 TD's, and 12 Int's
RB-Jonathan Stewart: 1,100 yards rushing, 16 catches (125 yds), and 14 TD's
RB-DeAngelo Williams: 1,150 yards rushing, 33 catches (275 yds), and 10 TD's
WR-Steve Smith: 87 catches, 1,300 yards, and 8 TD's
WR-Dwayne Jarrett: 51 catches, 600 yards, and 3 TD's
TE-Dante Rosario: 33 catches, 400 yards, and 2 TD's

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