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Carolina Crazy V2

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#2822713 KB Swag

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 17 June 2014 - 07:29 PM

If I was a girl...

 

 

 

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#2801413 Wharton...Chandler will do great things

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 27 May 2014 - 05:45 PM

From left to right, the eventual starting lineup should be (as long as Chandler is the real deal):

 

Chandler-Amini-Kalil-Turner-Gary Williams




#2793264 Bell Can Succeed at Left Tackle

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 19 May 2014 - 03:17 PM

What's up Byron?

 

Is it safe to come out now?

 

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#2793235 Bell Can Succeed at Left Tackle

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 19 May 2014 - 03:03 PM

Oh yeah, good thing you played football in highschool. Now you know everything there is to know about the sport at the professional level! You can totally relate!

 

It's the same sport, friend, but I can see that your eyes are glued shut. 




#2793216 Bell Can Succeed at Left Tackle

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 19 May 2014 - 02:52 PM

I initially posted this in another thread, but in the hopes of reaching a great number of Bell-doubters, I'll repost here. 

 

As someone who was a two-year starter at left tackle in high school and was recruited to play offensive tackle at several FCS schools, I can tell you that playing left tackle is completely different from playing right tackle. 

 

During the second half of my sophomore year, I made the position switch from tight end to right tackle and struggled in pass protection. I was beat inside more often than out and my coaches attributed this to lack of strength and dexterity of my left hand/arm. 

 

The following summer, due to the graduation of the starting left tackle, I switched to the left side and in my first season at the position, I was an All-Conference and All-County tackle. During the recruiting process, most schools wanted me to play defensive end, but those who recruited me as an offensive lineman were specific about their intentions to keep me on the left side. 

 

Playing on the right bookend felt unnatural to me; I was unable to get a good punch on defensive ends to prevent the inside rip and I was caught off balance by blitzers. On the left side, I was far more comfortable; I allowed two sacks to another All-Conference player in my first game at the position and only one for the remainder of my career. 

 

Reserve your criticism of Bell until he shows you what he can do on the left side. He might just surprise some of you. 

 

Edit: Gettleman isn't the only believer in "left tackle feet". I was told by two coaches that I had some of the best "left tackle feet" that they had seen on film that year. 




#2793187 For you people that are ok with Bell starting

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 19 May 2014 - 02:34 PM

As someone who was a two-year starter at left tackle in high school and was recruited to play offensive tackle at several FCS schools, I can tell you that playing left tackle is completely different from playing right tackle. 

 

During the second half of my sophomore year, I made the position switch from tight end to right tackle and struggled in pass protection. I was beat inside more often that out and my coaches attributed this to lack of strength and dexterity of my left hand/arm. 

 

The following summer, due to the graduation of the starting left tackle, I switched to the left side and in my first season at the position, I was an All-Conference and All-County tackle. During the recruiting process, most schools wanted me to play defensive end, but those who recruited me as an offensive lineman were specific about their intentions to keep me on the left side. 

 

Playing on the right bookend felt unnatural to me; I was unable to get a good punch on defensive ends to prevent the inside rip and I was caught off balance by blitzers. On the left side, I was far more comfortable; I allowed two sacks in my first game at the position to another All-Conference player and only one for the remainder of my career. 

 

Edited to specify that I was awarded Conference and County awards as a tackle, not a defensive end. 




#2781567 Ryan kalil trolling the NFL top 100

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 11 May 2014 - 09:33 PM

Fug Dameshek

 

FTFY




#2781132 How experts rated the Seattle draft class of 2012 or Why there's nothing...

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 11 May 2014 - 04:47 PM

That seems to be pretty accurate, lol. Wilson and Wagner have both been stellar. Irvin is sort of in wait and see, especially after his suspension. Turbin is an excellent change of pace back, but not a full time guy.

So, not far off?

 

So you'd give a C to a team who drafted a Pro-Bowl quarterback in the third round? And that also picked up three additional starters in Wagner (another Pro-Bowl caliber player), Irvin, and J.R. Sweezy? Plus a change-of-pace back?

 

Good call bro. 




#2762674 Draft Tek Simulator

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 05 May 2014 - 09:52 PM

The more picks Gettleman gets, the better. Dude has a great track record in all rounds of the draft so I'd be elated if we traded down. 




#2745934 i had a dream about the first game of the season (don't look if you belie...

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 21 April 2014 - 04:35 PM

How many marijuanas did you have with your KFC?




#2737608 We Have More Cap Space Than You Think

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 12 April 2014 - 04:53 PM

Somebody also informed me that if we cut DWill after June 1st that saves us another 2 mil this year.

 

It will actually save us $3.0M in 2014. However, if we did that, we would be paying him $6.6M in 2015 to not play for us, which would actually be $0.3M more than we'd pay him to play for us. 

 

The fact that I'm not in staunch opposition to paying him that much to play elsewhere shows how done I am with our running back situation. 




#2737433 We Have More Cap Space Than You Think

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 12 April 2014 - 01:38 PM

Financially, this has been a tough offseason for the Panthers. We've had our backs pressed against the salary cap and have watched some pretty alluring free agents sign elsewhere time after time. Fear not, however. Gettleman is setting us up to have a nice bit of cap room. 

 

Currently, the NFL Salary Cap is $133.0M. We have $6.0M in 2013 Cap Rollover and lost $0.3M in adjustments. 

 

This means our adjusted Salary Cap is $138.7M. For comparison's sake, New Orleans' adjusted Cap is $132.8M. 

 

We are currently carrying $17.8M in dead money—thanks Jon Beason ($8.0M), Jordan Gross ($5.6M), and James Anderson ($2.8M), but most importantly Marty Hurney. 

 

We are also carrying approximately $134.2M in salary among our top 51 contracts—what counts against the cap. I say approximately because I estimated DeCoud's cap hit based on his average salary. 

 

This all calculates out to $4.5M in Cap Space. If we cut Godfrey post-June 1 (looking more and more likely), we will have $9.6M in Cap Space. 

 

Resigning Hardy long-term would likely give us ~$12.5M in 2014 Cap Space. 

 

$12.5M in Cap Space sounds very nice right now. It would give us plenty of room to sign our rookies and begin looking forward to extending Cam. 

 

Cheers. 




#2726159 Spend Late Round Pick on Seantrel Henderson?

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 03 April 2014 - 04:44 PM

http://sports.yahoo....-194138617.html

 

Apparently Henderson couldn't finish his pro day and his draft stock is continuing to plummet. 

 

 

The guy has gobs of talent; I would love to take a chance on him in the 5th or 6th. I also don't think there's any way he goes undrafted like the writer of that article suggests. 

 

Thoughts on him?




#2722564 Texans safety Danieal Manning cut

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 31 March 2014 - 04:59 PM

Watched him all last year and want him to start. Care to elaborate on your bold statement?

 

Well I suppose we'll know how ready he is if the coaching staff gives him the starting nod, but what I saw last season was a player that was a liability in coverage. He's still thinking, not reacting, and he doesn't have the quickness to compensate for it. 




#2722380 Texans safety Danieal Manning cut

Posted by Carolina Crazy V2 on 31 March 2014 - 02:13 PM

Anyone who thinks Lester is ready to be crowned our full-time starter was not watching him last season.






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