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#1944115 It needs to be asked

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 11 October 2012 - 05:52 PM

So I have been pondering this question all week. Let's say Cam keeps regressing and the panthers drop the spread option and no improvement. We get the #1 pick this offseason do we take Geno smith or not. Cam will be entering his 3rd year of a 4 year contract next season. Do you take the risk they he will get better next year with no backup plan? Or do you take geno and let him learn a year and to see if cam improves?


I don't think Cam has regressed.

He is basically the exact same guy as last year.....

Chud went to more 3 WR sets and less 2 TE sets and also has gone overboard on the read option looks. Chud hasn adjusted to make his scheme work again.

If Cam had regressed it would show more in his comp% and Yard per pass


#1943333 To put our suckyness into perspective

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 10 October 2012 - 11:01 PM

2003 - MUCH better D
2003 - MUCH better ST
2003 - more well rounded offense. Less explosive and without as much raw talent.

But the current team isn't better than 2003 roster


#1943037 Question re: Stewart fumble play

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 10 October 2012 - 05:44 PM

I was drinking and can't recall when it happened, but the play where Stew fumbled near the sidelines after getting a first down, but was then recovered behind the first down marker so it was called as a 3rd down and we punted. My question is could Rivera have challenged that Stewart was actually out of bounds when he recovered the ball, so it should have been ruled down at the spot of the fumble so it would have been a first? Does anybody know the rule on this?

My bad if this has already been discussed/mentioned in some other thread.


would have been a penalty on Stewart which would have pushed us backwards.


#1941875 Beason wants to stay in the middle

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 09 October 2012 - 09:56 PM

One play? He gave up three huge passes over the middle. Getting caught up in play-action is his fault. He has to be able to read that. He's not ready. Needs more experience. I know how hard you were calling for the organization to draft him back in April, so I don't expect you to waiver.

Lynch was the NFL's leading rusher heading in and the Hawks had the worst passing attack in the NFL....so yeah, getting caught is simpy realistic.

And yeah, I was a leading voice in the draft Luke crowd....bc he can ball and I feared Beason would spend at least a season being a shell of himself. Luke flat out balled Sunday and Beason is a shell of himself.....so?

No rookie is flawless.....doesn't mean he isn't ready. Was ready Sunday unless you are just a Beason homer that wants a subpar liability that can't tackle at MLB


#1940253 Beason wants to stay in the middle

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 08 October 2012 - 10:29 PM

Beason has missed a few tackles and assignments (it appears) but I don't think that this is a reason to move him for the remainder of the season. If he returns 100% healthy, he goes back in the middle. We need our best LB'ers on the field.

Nothing suggests a week off is going to magically speed up a long recovery process.....

Our best LB right now is Luke.


#1940004 4th and 1 - MNF

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 08 October 2012 - 08:25 PM

On the Jets own 25..... They ran the ball. CRAZY! Who would have thought to run it in that scenario


#1939892 what grinds your gears? (Panthers edition)

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 08 October 2012 - 07:23 PM

That we have over 80 million dollars tied up in Runningbacks.

93 million would probably be more accurate....including Tolbert


#1939203 McDermott

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 07 October 2012 - 09:55 PM

Russel Wilson has the best game of his career, DC gets credit?


Seattle scored 1 TD....DeAngelo gave them the ball at the 27. That was it. Held them to 16 points.

We would have killed for that a year ago....





#1939157 McDermott

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 07 October 2012 - 09:40 PM

People love to bash him.....and did love to praise Chud.

McD is showing adjustments post NYG fiasco. He is calling some decent games. Getting some good production. His D looks to be taking some positive steps. You aren't seeing repetitive status quo. If something blows up on him one week....he is working to fix it.

There were no players last year for him to really survive last year. I think he is showing adjustments week to week this season. Outside of the NYG game....the D has showed up more so than the offense. Guy should get a little credit. He isn't pulling a Chud each week.




#1939132 It Could Be Worse Folks.....

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 07 October 2012 - 09:33 PM

I think we would be better if our HC and primary coordinator were suspended.....


#1939110 Beason needs to sit out the rest of this season

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 07 October 2012 - 09:25 PM

Anyone asking for Beason to go sit should go die.


he should play WLB with Davis.

Luke showed today he brings more to the table than Beason. Luke is a natural fit at MLB....and a rookie Luke is better than a recovering Beason.


#1938911 Steve Smith fighting with CB

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 07 October 2012 - 08:38 PM

of all the things we could bitch about regarding this god awful franchise... you're going with this? smith hiptossing that fool was one of the only highlights in todays game... everyone else showed me NOTHING

Problem is people think that was impressive.....

it wasn't.....Seattle got the best of Smith.


#1938878 Steve Smith fighting with CB

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 07 October 2012 - 08:31 PM

I still love it. Love the intensity. Only player on the team that seems to give a poo whatsoever. I see more passionate play from the girl in RF on my Wednesday night coed softball team than I do from anyone else on the Panthers. Nobody cares. Say what you want about being composed, ill take a guy that slams his helmet when he fumbles the ball, knocks over a Gatorade cooler when he gives up a TD. Something. Anything. This team is fuging lifeless and it starts at the top.

It's taken damn near twenty years, but I've finally accepted I am a fan of a garbage team, and I expect them to lose each week from here on out. If they don't, that's awesome, but I had an emotional epiphany today that if nobody on the team gives a damn, why should I?

Ill watch this team every Sunday from now until forever, but I'm not gonna let it fug up my blood pressure or stress me out anymore. Ill just sorta roll with whatever happens.


What you are enjoying is a selfish player at work.....

don't confuse immaturity as passion.....that often is the case with Smith.


#1938654 Chud here, listen up guys....

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 07 October 2012 - 07:50 PM

you weren't watching your own team then because Cam threw to Ben Hartsock. No wonder you suck ass

Oh, my bad. I just told the TE coach to throw in one of them. Didn't matter.

Thanks again,

Chudster


#1938628 Chud here, listen up guys....

Posted by DeAngelo's #1 Fan(CRA) on 07 October 2012 - 07:46 PM

hey huddle,

I know a lot of you wanted us to go for it last week on 4th and 1 so I was prepared for it this week. Having Cam jump over the pile is too easy we all know that. Lining up in power formation and have Cam or Stewart grind out one also is too conventional. With the game on the line and only needing a small yard.....I rolled Cam to throw it to Ritchie Brockel. Yeah, Brockel is who I want dialed in with the game on the line. Cam missed him. It's all Cams's fault. Yeah, I realize Cam was off target ALL game and realize short yardage throws were off all night...but I shouldn't be forced to execute easy and high percentage plays. You don't get a mad scientist label doing easy stuff boys and girls....nor should I play call away from weak areas of players and to strengths.

Thanks,


Chudmeister.




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