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Carolina Cajun

Member Since 08 Nov 2009
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#3262087 Panthers Target Ted Ginn Visited Ten Today; SF Tom

Posted by Carolina Cajun on Yesterday, 04:17 AM

I'm getting the feeling we probably won't sign either Ginn or Jacoby Jones.


I believe that too, I think the goal is to find someone in the draft for return duties at this point, the cost to bring in these one trick ponies will be more than they are worth. 

#3257576 Nice Saturday AM haymaker thrown by TimTom Hasselbeck

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 28 February 2015 - 10:22 AM

Russel Wilson legitimately cost his team a second Superbowl, yet the media still is balls deep on this guy.  Geeze.

#3252978 Derek Anderson, a Bill? This guy appears to be kicking it around without sub...

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 24 February 2015 - 02:44 PM

This is one of the times I'd discuss it with him. DA has been every bit the consumate pro since being here and been A good tutor for cam, if he decides he wants to try to start in buffalo and a trade is there, give him the opportunity. Conversely, if he wants to stay here as a backup because he loves the carolinas, let him stay. He's likely the only player on the team I would give this option to at this point.

#3251469 Byron Bell is Gone

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 23 February 2015 - 06:26 PM

I wonder who signs Bell?

Probably the Argonauts, Alouettes or Stampeders.

#3244720 Time to cut DeAngelo Williams.

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 17 February 2015 - 03:55 PM

I don't think theres any doubt that this is waiting on the horizon.

#3243780 For Whom the "Bell" Tolls? Beware, the Bell might toll for us

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 16 February 2015 - 04:30 PM

Throwing out something crazy here.. some generous huddler recently uploaded that wonderful Giants game from the 05/06 playoffs, at that point Travelle Wharton was playing LT for us while an, at that point 3 year vet Jordan Gross was manning the Right Side of the line, now Wharton obviously was better than Bell, but how about Amini? I mean he must have lost his Guard spot at this point to Norwell or Trai depending on the shuffle, could his salvation lie as a one year stop-gap LT while we draft and groom a replacement? He did play the position in College and Gettleman always says the Answer might be on the roster


The thought of Silatolu at LT gives me herpes.

  • SCP PIE'd this

#3243778 For Whom the "Bell" Tolls? Beware, the Bell might toll for us

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 16 February 2015 - 04:28 PM

Step 1) Sign Hardy

Step 2) Have him start at LT

Step 3) No Spoon

#3239917 Chargers hire a Shula

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 12 February 2015 - 03:57 PM


#3235364 Hardy Case Dismissed

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 09 February 2015 - 10:26 AM

The prosecution dropping the cast doesn't mean he shouldn't have been suspended.  It is laughable that people actually think the NFL or Panthers owe him an apology.


NFL doesn't owe him an apology, the NFL owes the panthers organization an apology.  Why would anyone apologize to Hardy?  Dude got paid a ridiculous amount of money to play madden and work on a rap career.

#3235341 Hardy Case Dismissed

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 09 February 2015 - 10:20 AM

How is this bad news for the Panthers


Because we wasted 13 million dollars in cap space last season on a guy who shouldn't have been suspended.  That money could have been used on players that could have helped us go further in the playoffs than we did.  Fans have the right to be pissed the fug off, but ultimately it will not affect us going forward because he will not be a panther next season.

#3235328 Hardy Case Dismissed

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 09 February 2015 - 10:17 AM

I knew this was a possibility, but...just wow.  Thanks Goodell, you did a great job of wasting a ton of the Panthers money.  Time to move on.

#3231630 Blount vs Lynch

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 05 February 2015 - 03:14 AM

I can't stand Blount. He's the perfect example of a thug athlete getting 4th and 5th chances because they have talent. He got arrested for possession and Mike Tomlin wants to punish him by playing him...come on. He got thrown out of college football and gets reinstated for good behavior. I have no respect for that.


Yup, I've always hated Blount and still do, ever since college.  He's a guy who can talk poo, but can't take it being thrown back in his face.  For the negatives the media has about Lynch, he's loved by his team, does good in his community, and does his job on the field, and at the end of the day, THAT'S a guy I'd rather have on my team.

#3230525 If Cam, Romo or Peyton threw that game ending INT....

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 04 February 2015 - 02:55 AM

Yep.  Russell Wilson is the luckiest athlete I can ever recall.  Dude pulls off more insanely lucky plays than anyone I've ever seen.  hell, the play right before the INT was sheer luck.  Perfect pass breakup, WR falls, ball lands right in his lap.  Seriously, dafuq is that?  Seems like that type of lucky BS happens with RW all the time.  Then, he throws a back breaking, Super Bowl losing INT and not one mention of the fact that the ball was poorly placed high and inside on a quick slant.  If that ball is put into the WR's body like you want on that route, it's an incomplete pass at worse, likely defensive pass interference.  But, once again, Wilson lucks out and all the ruckus is about the play call.  Sure, the play call sucked, but if the ball was thrown properly, it WAS a relatively safe play.  Still dumb as fug not to just give the ball to Lynch.


I've said just that.  Credit to Butler for making a great play and flat out jumping the route, but there was no reason for him to lead the receiver, it's not like he needed a run after the catch.  Wilson, if anything, was the worst part of the play.  Seattle had the personnell matchup in their favor, and like I've said, a pass was not the worst play call in the world considering IF they have to run 3 plays from the 1, 1 would have to be a pass, why not then when the matchup favored them and open the playbook the next 2 plays.  Wilson never looked at any other receiver and the pass was not good.  IMO, he cost them the game. 

#3228167 Lesson Learned

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 02 February 2015 - 09:41 AM

I know that I'm in the minority, like definitely, 100% sure, but after rethinking this, the decision to throw wasn't necessarily the worst call in the world.  If you honestly have 3 downs and 1 timeout, presumably, 1 play will be a run, 1 will be a pass, and the last will be either or (presumably the 4th down call where time on the clock has zero affect on them one way or another).  If you play aggressive passing on first down and fail, you have both 3rd and 4th down with the patriots guessing because realistically, both options are available for both plays.  The biggest problem to me was was Russel Wilson staring down his reciever on the play.  As much as people say the Seahawks lost the game, honestly, you have to give credit to the Patriots defense for stepping up with the game on the line.

#3222268 Blount-Gate: Did the Patriots meddle...

Posted by Carolina Cajun on 28 January 2015 - 09:29 AM

I have a hard time believing Blount could help orchestrate this..  I'm literally sitting in a room right now with dozen's of inanimate objects that have a higher mental capacity than Blount.