I say we all make a website and pool our money to buy each of these three franchises (worked for the Saints*, right )...take all of their best players, put them on the Panthers, and then get rid of the other three teams.
My girlfriend's cousin is head of financing for the Boston Bruins. While at her house tonight I got a chance to try on her Stanley Cup championship ring that was given to her by the franchise after they won a year ago. She was one of just several employees to get the exact piece of hardware the players and coaches received.
Anyone else been able to try on a championship ring before?
I do not remember him talking this often during previous off-seasons. I believe he is just fed up with all the naysayers and doubters of this franchise. He knows we have the pieces to the puzzle now and once this season gets going the Panthers should get on the map and make some teams realize we are not the Panthers of just a couple years ago. The man has stated its not about being cocky, but about confidence. I do not have a problem with our All-Pro MLB defending this franchise and his teammates and I do not think any Panther fan should either.
"Alex would have put up the same numbers as a rookie if the same thing would have happened for him as it did for Cam in Carolina. They changed the offense to a spread offense in order to fit what Cam was used to. That's the real reason for him being able to break the rookie record for passing. That and the fact that they were always losing games and so he had to keep passing the ball and got tons of garbage time stats. He'll be a good qb though if he is groomed correctly."
Here's a quote from a posted over on the 9er board. That is the most laughable and ill-informed post I think I have ever read on the internet...ever. Alex Smith? Same numbers as a rookie because we ran a spread offense this season? Cam was used to our offense? Always losing game, garbage time stats? We lost more games in the 4th after leading at half in more games than I remember. He's already a better QB than Smith, and it is not even an argument.
The man puts on one hell of a show. For all you house lovers, I suggest seeing him when he is back in the States. After playing a private show for my college last night, he flew to Rome right after. Must be the life!