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#2404407 Getting Defensive - Arizona Cardinals

Posted by CRA on 01 October 2013 - 08:16 AM

God write up. I agree on all points. Speaking as someone who was about thirty yards away when Kraken laid that smack down on Carson last year (it rattled MY fillings, not mention what it did to Palmer), I can't help but believe he'll have a bad case of sweaty palms when he sees Hardy lining up against him. How about a similar analysis for the offense?


They have some playmakers in the secondary.....I think we need a somewhat conservative offense approach unless forced to open it up.

Can't allow there one strength to have a big impact.


#2400900 Deangelo Williams Hitting His Stride

Posted by CRA on 27 September 2013 - 11:06 AM

I should have said "besides CRA" obviously

Williams is running well.....he isn't doing 2008 type junk. To say other RBs shouldn't see the field when healthy is silly. Especially ones that have different roles/abilities.

Problem with the DWill fan club....is they take matter of fact comments as DWill hate


#2398483 Deangelo Williams Hitting His Stride

Posted by CRA on 24 September 2013 - 06:41 PM

At least that terrible contract went to a really hard worker and even better person. You want true meltdown- see Haynesworth


Can't argue that....

With Stewart's injury concerns (and contract) he could be the first part we axe....we might hopefully end up with Williams playing a Fred Taylor role here. Maybe Barner can be his understudy like MJD was .....the young talented kid next season.


#2397630 Deangelo Williams Hitting His Stride

Posted by CRA on 24 September 2013 - 09:12 AM

Half of his runs went for fewer than 2.5 yards against the giants.

He doesn't have any burst left, and his total yards are a product not of a high ypc but an unsustainable number of touches.

I'm gonna do a thread about it when I have time but his first three games are gold dust.


Yep, when Barner's toenail grows in and he gets on the field.....people will see burst. Young blood at work.

Williams is running better than last year. He is picking up 2-3 or so consistently instead of going down at the line. Makes a difference vs the guy we saw last year


#2397551 Deangelo Williams Hitting His Stride

Posted by CRA on 24 September 2013 - 08:04 AM

The whole recent notion that this is a passing league and therefore good running attacks aren't important is negated by the fact that 6 of the top 10 rushing teams made the playoffs in 2012. And 3 of the four teams that played in the Championship games last year were on this list. The other Baltimore was 11th on the list.


I think the notion is....if you build your team right you don't need to spent tons of money on your backfield.


#2379151 Game Grades - Panthers at Bills

Posted by CRA on 15 September 2013 - 05:23 PM

Defense gets a D-


Can't give them a D-.....they practically set our O up for easy points. The O did nothing. If the O did their job people would be giving this D a higher grade


#2362772 Official Panthers - Seahawks Gameday Thread

Posted by CRA on 08 September 2013 - 02:49 PM

Just pathetic. Rivera ball got us again


Yeah, bc Ron Rivera is at fault for DeAngelo fumbling AGAIN against Seattle....

We were marching in...

Williams cost as last year with a HUGE fumble giving them the lead. Good game was called.


#2226512 "Carolina Panthers going nowhere with Ron Rivera, Cam Newton"

Posted by CRA on 09 May 2013 - 10:33 AM

i've spent some time watching him on game rewind

 

he's probably in the most friendly system for a young quarterback imaginable.  even though ESPN built him up like he was sitting back in the pocket picking apart defenses like brady, it's pretty obvious that there are a lot of one-read concepts in his offense if you actually watch his games.  lots of quick hitters off three step drops and screens.  

 

of course, that notion would fly in the face of the "cerebral" griffin vs. "stupid" newton narrative that seems to be floating around.

 

also his arm is only so-so and he puts up a ton of ducks when he attempts truly vertical passes.

Cam's rookie season was much more impressive than RGIII from an individual standpoint.

 

Cam was asked and did make much  more difficult throws.