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#1485767 Adrian Peterson

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 26 October 2011 - 12:56 PM

People take Cam so personal.

Cam doesn't like you. He doesn't care about you. He's just a football player. He's just entertainment, like going to see a movie.

Ponder was unimpressive. Everyone relax.

you are right....some do take Cam a little too personal. Those are the type posters who invested so much time and energy into claiming he would be x, y, and z.....and simply can't handle the reality they have always been wrong. They troll message boards and get banned b/c of unhealthy fixations on the man....and create sacrastically named new screen names paying tribute to their obsession.

but you wouldn't know anything about that....

#1484704 Carolina (-3.5) vs Vikings ...

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 25 October 2011 - 09:29 PM

I wish McNabb was starting instead.

Ponder completed 44% of his passes, had 2 INTs, had horrible accuracy downfield, and flat out gambled throwing into guys something tripled coverage for completions.......

He gambled a lot more downfield than McNabb did.....and he is more mobile. But if we can make Ponder throw and not let Peterson rape us....our D should be able to make some plays.

#1482230 Adrian Peterson

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 24 October 2011 - 07:37 PM

And honestly, enough of the rookie poo. It was old a month ago. We're mid-way through the season. He has 7 NFL games under his belt now, plus another 4 pre-season games. After Sunday, that should have gone out the window. He has more game experience than The Golden Calf of Bristol and nobody's giving that dude excuses. He's like half a QB. He wins games in the 4th quarter and OT and Fox still hates him. I can understand excuses for a guy like that, but Cam's expectations should be on a completely different level. And as of right now our clown needs to step it up and continue finishing games and learn how to maintain composure, not just under pocket pressure, but game-winning pressure.

Make no mistake. Washington was a relatively easy win. The Jaguars win was much tougher for him than Washington.

Lol, a month ago Cam was making his first NFL start......and him being a "rookie" was old then?

What were Peyton Manning expectations as a rookie then? he wasn't your typical rookie......

#1482209 Adrian Peterson

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 24 October 2011 - 07:30 PM

Because we average 416 total yards a game, we're ranked 5th in total offense, and have blown countless scoring opportunities.

Because we are the lowest scoring 400+ yard per game team which simply means inefficiency compared to to other offensive powerhouses: turn-overs, red-zone issues, stupid penalties, rookie QB.

Because our O has basically been irrelevant as an offense in a full quarter of the game in all of our losses?

We have a rookie QB....if he had mastered the few things and done what you claim he should be doing.....it would mean he would be playing on par with Brady, Rodgers, and Brees. Your argument is essentially the rookie should be one of the greats from day one. It is retarded.

#1475842 Injury Report

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 21 October 2011 - 02:13 PM

Heres something interesting... Right, yes its BleacherReport, but it has a point...

Most of the article, the worthwhile part...


I didn't double check but that looks cut and pasted from Pat Y on ESPN.....so the information is credible despite you pulling from the bleacherreport

#1475309 Predict Smitty's numbers this Sunday

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 21 October 2011 - 08:53 AM

if this happens I will give you $1 million.

if you were confident he would not break the record in 1 game you would offer 100 billion.

#1474136 How will Cam handle the adversity?

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 20 October 2011 - 12:27 PM

It's funny how all these new Panther fans think Cam has it bad on here. 90% of the board wants to toss his salad, 9% is pretty balanced, and maybe 1% still have reservations about him.

Last year, 99% of the board hated Clausen, ridiculed him constantly, attacked his sexuality and his looks, harassed him in public and on the internet, and maybe 1% thought he could be decent.

Yeah, Cam has it pretty bad here.


99% of the board only hated Clausen at the end of the season......last year at this time many where still deflecting Clausen's poor play elsewhere. Board was probably close to being evenly split on whether he was a joke or had potential.

#1470570 Newton is a band aid over how bad we really are.

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 18 October 2011 - 03:47 PM

Yup, by Chud's design. Newton is going to prosper or struggle because of this offense. Anyone who honestly thinks that those numbers are purely based off Cam is smoking the good stuff. Chud wanted a passing team and that is what he got with Rivera's blessing. Just about any other QB of starting quality in this League would be putting up close to the same numbers.

Chud is giving Newton a chance to produce....no doubt. Cam still has to make the plays and Cam on his own creates a lot of his opportunties based on how a D plays him......

you are smoking stuff if you don't think Cam has a LOT to do with that production. Chud could put Clausen in the same scenarios.....and you won't get those positive plays. Nor would a garbage vet.

Carolina had the most explosive pass attack in the entire NFL heading into the Falcons game. So, no....just about any vet would not be putting up numbers close to that. That is not the NFL average if you give your QB the green light to throw.....

#1468622 Who did the 49ers add this offseason

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 17 October 2011 - 07:14 PM

49ers were a good comparison no?

Needed new QB, new Head coach, solid run game, etc.

Well, they have a vet QB who has picked up a new offense every year of his career so I think that is one advantage. He is also a more traditional QB which probably aids knowing what they going to do....plus there is a lot of film in regards to what he can and can't do at this level.

Their coach has all of there defensive playmakers.....I say that is another advantage.

but you see what you want.....and we all know what that is....plus your boy is about to be on MNF

#1467601 Riveras Weekly Press Conference at Noon.

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 17 October 2011 - 11:46 AM

I'm sorry but I don't get the feeling that we are "a play away".
Nor do I feel that this group of guys can get it done.

Norv Turner might think we are nearly there, but I get the feeling that the defense is nearly done for the year.

every game does come down to 1 or 2 plays. I do think we are a play away most weeks.

#1460989 Firsttake on Cam today

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 14 October 2011 - 02:54 PM

Our defense forced a 3 & out after we took the lead against New Orleans in the 4th quarter. The offense failed to put more points on the board or at least burn some clock. You can't blame the defense for not being able to stop one of the 3 best QB's in the NFL twice in a row.

Saints were 12-17 on 3rd down. That is 17 chances they had to stop drives in the game......5 times stopping them out of 17 ain't good enough.

#1460308 Failcan'ts..er..Falcons..

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 14 October 2011 - 09:22 AM

in honor of there throwback uniforms.....Cam should do the dirty bird every time he gets into the endzone. F em!

#1459039 Explore the possibility of trading Otah for a DT before the deadline?

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 13 October 2011 - 03:55 PM


Silly thought. Yeah trading away pieces of our OL that has doen a GREAT job for our rookie QB sounds like a good idea. Worst case scenario is Otah becomes a backup/situation player who is a BEAST until his contract is up. Otah is too young and too good.

He stays until he permanantly goes to IR or his contract is up.

Great OL depth is not "expendable".....not when he finally land our first player of Cam caliber. Just silly.

#1458167 Cam conference call with ATL media

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 13 October 2011 - 08:49 AM

The guy is an arrogant man-child. He talks as if he's reading a teleprompter. Watch out Panther Nation (lol...all 2000 of you...lol) for this dude is a wolf in cheap clothing.

...and his constant use of poor grammar is alarming. Dude speaks worse than an illegal alien.

You sir, are an idiot. Simple and plain.

#1456070 DWill

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 12 October 2011 - 08:11 AM

You seem to forget that we are not a west coast 4 and 5 wide receiver set offense. Green Bay does not run the same system that we do so using them to discuss our situation is not an apple to apples comparison. Secondly they do have 2 good running backs- Starks and Grant who have 57 and 39 carries respectively. Compare that to Williams and Stewart who have 47 and 37 carries respectively.

Green Bay is built on 3 and 4 wide looks and frequent use of a tight end like Finley. They stretch the field largely horizontally with some deep passing. We on the other hand stretch the field vertically with more deep passing and some working to the edges. We run a 12 or 22 personnel and only on third down or the 2 minute offense do we run an empty backfield. All passing attacks don't require 4 or 5 wide receivers. We do have 4 receivers on the field much of the time but that includes 2 wides and 2 tight ends.

Chud does not run a Green Bay style offense and instead typically uses tight ends as primary receivers. So we are really configured just as our offense is supposed to run. We don't need 5 wide receivers because we don't run those sets. Even in 5 wide sets we typically put Olsen out wide and often put a running back in the slot along with 3 wide receivers.

Again we are 5 games into the season and are still installing the offense and developing chemistry. Compare us to teams in the same boat not ones like Green Bay who are running the same scheme for years and have had no turnover in coaching or personnel.

Lastly I don't know how you can decide what our offense will look like after 5 games or whether we are running too much or too little. Even within that time span our offense has changed quite a bit. In the first 2 games the defense put 9 guys in the box and running was difficult at best. In the last 2, the defenses have played more cover 2 and kept 7 in the box after they decided that Newton would burn them. Consequently we have run more with better success. Right now we are ranked in the top half in rushing yards at 116 yards a game which is 13th.

I fully realize we aren't running the same scheme as GB....doesn't change the fact our current roster around Cam still is more suited for a running offense than a passing one.

How much was invested in Starks/Grant....in terms of draft picks and contracts. Starks/Grant is a perfect example of my point.....you don't need 2 1st round draft picks w/ big contracts in today's NFL......

and yes, we are 5 games in and installing the new scheme....but the days of needing to invest like we did under Fox in the RB position are over. They simply don't get the reps for it to be worth it. Money is now better spent to fit the passing league (and money can be spent on both sides of the ball in regards to keeping up w/ the this passing era of football)

Williams (once he deemed a "starter)
2008 - averaged 18.4 touches a game
2009 - averaged 18.5 touches a game
2010 - averaged 16.3 touches a game

2011 (big contract) - averages 10.6 touches a game.

It is nothing against DeAngleo...but you don't spend more to make someone a smaller part of your offense. No reason to believe that DeAngelo's role is going to get bigger......new direction.

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