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#2941851 Around the Horn called for Hardy's suspension

Posted by SCP on 10 September 2014 - 05:52 PM

fugin Hardy. Dumb selfish ass. Thanks for being a moron and surrounding yourself with skanks and bringing this poo onto the Panthers.


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#2941841 Goodell will be fired/resign by next week

Posted by SCP on 10 September 2014 - 05:48 PM

Media/public want's blood.

Nowadays it's easy to ride out a negative wave of public opinion. Our attention span as a society is so short he could go on a 3 day cruise and come back like nothing ever happened. Society is all gung-ho over poo until the next big news breaks.


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#2941051 "They talking about us" - Lions forum sweep

Posted by SCP on 10 September 2014 - 12:39 PM

offer to go get him a beer and then piss in it.


Nah, the dude said he was a disabled vet. Vets get full respect from me.


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#2941036 Anyone have enough balls yet to bet me Panthers will finish with better recor...

Posted by SCP on 10 September 2014 - 12:29 PM

Missed your post yesterday,. The bet is Panthers vs Saints and who finishes with better record. Falcons or Bucs win means neither wins. Still can't make out Falcons, Ryan is a really great QB (vomit) and even with historically one of the best games of his life, it still took a turnover in overtime at their house to win. Not sure if it was just Falcons playing a little above their potential after hearing all summer they can't win or if they really are contenders, but I wouldn't want to bet against them just yet. I kinda expected a split with them this year like we did with Panthers last year. Everytime we have a game and the other team is given no chance like the 7 win Seahawks in playoffs, the other team plays lights out and just barely beats us, so we will see in next few weeks if ATL is a contender or not.

So back to bet, Panthers vs Saints for better record. Panda and I already have jersey bets. I'm not betting to eat poop, but if you don't wear you Camo jorts, I'm down to bet you a meal at Mannings, calf selfies included.


No jorts, no deal


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#2940672 "They talking about us" - Lions forum sweep

Posted by SCP on 10 September 2014 - 08:43 AM

I enjoyed their smack thread. Better than ANYTHING the Bucs fans wrote


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#2940641 Sold on the offensive line yet ?

Posted by SCP on 10 September 2014 - 08:19 AM

Not sold but can definitely see that there is potential for it to be a solid unit. I need more than one game to crown them though. I want to see how they do through the bye week, then I'll make my judgement.


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#2940372 Detroit Preview, Greg Hardy, Arm Wrestling, more...

Posted by SCP on 09 September 2014 - 10:22 PM

RR needs to lay down the law about Panther fandom. I told my wife back in 2004 when we got married that if she didn't root for the Panthers she wasn't getting my D. She took a few months to weigh the positives and negatives but she bought that Delhomme jersey...eventually.


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#2940287 Lions week! Detroit "Bout to get Rocked" City

Posted by SCP on 09 September 2014 - 09:00 PM

December 15 we play the Saints...when you will be rooting for the Bears.

I didn't think it was that nuanced...


I will be rooting for you to tie, nuance unnecessary. I hate both teams. So both fan bases can eat my ass.


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#2940277 Lions week! Detroit "Bout to get Rocked" City

Posted by SCP on 09 September 2014 - 08:55 PM

We'll welcome you on December 15.


And by the way, the Bears/Panthers game is in October. Some Bears "fan" you are lol


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#2940271 Lions week! Detroit "Bout to get Rocked" City

Posted by SCP on 09 September 2014 - 08:51 PM

We'll welcome you on December 15.

You going to come to the game or sit on the sidelines like Jimmy Clausen and watch it on TV?


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#2940214 Lions week! Detroit "Bout to get Rocked" City

Posted by SCP on 09 September 2014 - 08:32 PM

Lion's fan here. I'm excited for the game next week. I expect it to be a good one. I'm not expecting Detroit to go into Charlotte and pull out a win, but I do think we'll give you a good game. I just figured I could stop by and give you a bit more of a detailed look at the 2014 Lions than you will get through the conventional media. While I watch a great deal of football, I've never coached or played at a high level so feel free to take my observations with a grain of salt.

Coaching - It appears that Detroit has a better situation than they have had in the past. The discipline issues under Schwartz were well documented and they continued in the first half of the Giants game. If it weren't for the 8 1st half penalties that game would've gotten out of hand. The encouraging signs for us Lions fans is that the team responded and committed 0 second half penalties. That never happened under Schwartz. You're probably familiar with Lombardi as he as the Quarterback's coach of the Saints. You'll definitely see some looks that you'll recognize from NO, but at the same time they've kept certain principles and schemes from the Linehan era. I think Lombardi's gonna make a good OC, but next Sunday will be the first time he's called plays in a close NFL game (the NYG game was his first time calling plays in the NFL,) so it's quite possible that we see some playcalling yipps. Marvin Austin came over from the Ravens and brought a great deal more aggressiveness. In the Schwartz era we rushed 4 and played off man almost all of the time. Austin seems to prefer press man and incorporating blitz packages utilizing all of the position groups. This excites me in general, but against Benjamin and Olson it certainly could back fire. Once those guys get the ball they're not easy to get down.

Offense-

QB- This is the big one. Has Stafford turned the corner? I feel like this may sound like a homer comment, but I think you could make the argument that Stafford might have the most pure arm talent in the league. He looked to be in great shape with added mobility. I don't think either of his two touchdown passes happen in past seasons b/c the old Stafford wouldn't have been able to keep the play alive with his feet. I expect him to make some mistakes against a defense as formidable as yours'. The question is how many. One pick I can live with. Two ... not so much.

RB - Reggie Bush is Reggie Bush. You're all familiar with his strengths and weakensses so I won't waste your time going there. Joique Bell is our thumper. He's not a bulldozer type. He tends to take glancing blows, is slippery and has great balance. He's not a home run threat but he's a really solid NFL RB that can catch the ball. Theo Riddick will get some looks in the passing game. He played both WR and RB at Notre Dame. He can run the whole route tree and can be a mismatch out there. While he's unlikely to get more than 10 plays throughout the game, he's capable when out there.

WR - Megatron ... nuff said. Golden Tate is going to put up some monster numbers. If you play Fantasy Football and you can go trade for him on the cheep I suggest you do so. He's one of the most sure handed receivers in the league (lead the league drop percentage) and is one of the most prolific WRs at breaking tackles after the catch. After that, I'm not sure what to think of the group. Ryan Broyles looked great in the preseason. He's had two ACLs and a torn achilles in the last three years. He looked healthy in the preseason and when given the chance he just makes plays. Not the most explosive guy, but he's got sure hands and is quite adept at finding soft spots in the defense. Broyles however didn't even suit up on Monday night. Instead the lions trotted out Corey Fuller. Fuller was a 6th rounder out of VaTech in 2013. He's a former track guy with great speed but he's quite raw and still learning the position. I think the Lions have a talented receiving core but I also don't think it's real deep in terms of proven performers.

TE - A real strong, deep group. Pettigrew is a middle of the pack starting TE. He's not nimble but he's a decent pass catcher and a pretty good inline blocker. He does at times struggle with ball security, so if he does make a catch I look for CAR defenders to aggressively try and strip the ball. Joseph Fauria seems to have improved his blocking. He's still league average at best in that regard, but he's getting better. He's got eilte hands though and he's 6'7" so he's a real threat in the red zone. He's not a great athlete, but he can get some YAC if given the chance. Ebron still doesn't look quite ready. His athleticism for a TE is elite and his future looks bright, but I don't really expect the light bulb to come on quite yet (especially considering how elite your defense is.)

OL - The Lions offensive line was a pleasant surprise last year. Reiff is a competent left tackle. He's probably middle of the pack in the NFL. I expect him to have his hands full with your DEs but he's not likely to completely crap the bed. Larry Warford as a rookie was the 4th best OG in the league last year according to PFF. He's a really good guard. Raiola has played the best ball of his career this last year or so. He's a smart technician, but he's also a hothead prone to boneheaded plays. Rob Sims is the other guard and is a veteran starter. He's okay, but if a Detroit OLineman has a putrid day I expect it to be him or Waddle. Waddle our RT was a revelation last year as an undrafted free agent. He consistently graded out highly and expectations were high heading into the season. Throughout camp and preseason he didn't seem to play as well though. I think a sophomore slump is a distinct possibility.

Defense -

DL - Suh and Fairley are pretty well known. Suh has turned into a dominant run defender, although he's not the upfield pass rusher he was early in his career. Fairley despite his gut is actually a better upfield pass rusher IMO, but he's inconsistent b/c he's not intrinsically motivated. When he wants to be good though he's pretty damn good. C.J. Mosley is a competent third DT. Nothing special, but he can hold his own. Ansah is an interesting DE. He's one of the best athletes in the league (ran 4.59 at 276lbs.) but he's still figuring the game out. His technique is still not that refined but he converts speed into power like few in the league and he hustles to the whistle. I think against a guy like Newton his speed/hustle combo could result in a big play. James Jones is a versitile veteran. He'll play the outside on run downs and rush the passer from the inside on obvious passing downs. Devin Taylor is a huge, young DE with decent athleticism and elite length. George Johnson has been a real surprise. A cast off from the Vikings, he dropped weight and has looked explosive off the edge. He had 1.5 sacks in Monday night's game. Overall this is a real strong position group. 3 top end talents and tons of quality depth.

LB - Another good group, although Kyle Van Noy's injury has depleted the depth a bit. Stephen Tulloch mans the middle. He's a bit short, but plenty stout against the run. He's a real solid tackler and is okay in coverage. He's not elite in any regard, but he's a solid NFL starting middle linebacker. DeAndre Levy should have made the pro bowl last year IMO. He's one of the top coverage linebackers in the game and is a pretty fluid athlete. You can have some success running right at him though. We played nickle almost exclusively on Monday, but our third linebacker is Tahir Whitehead. He was a 5th rounder out of Temple a few years back. He's a great athlete, has been a big time special teams player, and played lights out in the preseason, but I have no idea if he's ready for the primetime.

DBs - This is our achilles heal. ReSean Mathis used to be a probowler down in JAC. He's still competent but by no means elite. Darius Slay is an unreal athlete. He played pretty well for the most part on Monday night, but he's still got some growing pains ahead. Our slot corner Bill Bentley blew out his ACL. Nevin Lawson, our 4th rounder this year, came in and performed quite well. Still, that's a spot you guys should go after. I'd imagine Cotchery with his savvy and power could fare quite well in that matchup. Glover Quinn is a pretty good free safety. Not elite by any means, but a solid pro. He's kind of like the safety version Tulloch IMO. I'm not sure if Ihedigbo is going to play on Sunday. He was out last week. He's kind of an old school SS. Great in the box but a trainwreck in coverage. If he can't go Isa Abdul-Quddus will start in his place. Personally I think IAQ and Quinn is our best look at safety as they're both coverage types and given our weakness at corner and relative strength at defending the run, I think two coverage safeties is actually the best setup in the back end.

Special Teams-

K - Freese is a rookie. Was accurate in college but absolutely shanked his first pro field goal attempt. He hit his next two though. Still if this is a close game, this is a spot where the Lions would have reason for concern IMO.

P - Sam Martin - Great Punter and Kickoff Specialist. Cannon of a leg.

KR/PR - Jeremy Ross - Ross is okay back there. He had great stats last year but they were greatly inflated by the snowstorm game in Philly in which potential defenders were sliding around like they were on skates. I think of him as a middle of the pack PR/KR.

Hopefully, that was informative. If you have any further question, I'd be more then happy to offer my opinions. Any breakdown of the Panthers roster would be appreciated as well if anyone feels inclined to take the time to do so.

Looking forward to a great injury free game this weekend.

This is all well and good and I appreciate the effort, but first and foremost how do you feel about this Bear's fan that is sticking his nose in something that is none of his damn business?


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#2940209 Kuechly's Nickname

Posted by SCP on 09 September 2014 - 08:30 PM

Lola knows what I'm talkin bout. How you doin?


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#2940166 Kuechly's Nickname

Posted by SCP on 09 September 2014 - 08:05 PM

My wife wants to call him her "Husband". Maybe that will stick.


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#2940121 Lions week! Detroit "Bout to get Rocked" City

Posted by SCP on 09 September 2014 - 07:43 PM

Is that a saying?


Matter of fact I'm sucking down a Green Line IPA right now at Park Tavern out in Rosemont. They could use a bar back. Maybe I give you some of my USAir miles to fly home?
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#2940118 Lions week! Detroit "Bout to get Rocked" City

Posted by SCP on 09 September 2014 - 07:40 PM

Is that a saying?


Just saw you are a Bears fan? I suppose your ass couldn't find a job in Chicago so you moved south? Take your poo back north biatch.


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