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#2988147 Press Conference at 12:30

Posted by beastson on 29 September 2014 - 12:15 PM

That said I am much more concerned with Cason.  My boy warned me from the Charger days that he gets torched.  I hope that doesn't continue.


Don't get your hopes up, cause it will


Far as coverage White > Cason, so I have no idea what Rivera is thinking or doing. These definitely aren't the times for that. If he lost his composure, he should after the way our team was beat back to back


Looks like Ron reverted back to his old self. No emotion at all 

#2986457 NFC SOUTH week 4.

Posted by beastson on 28 September 2014 - 08:45 PM

Saints look bad man.  NFC south has been meh which makes me feel a lil better. No way we roll over. Season too long

#2986163 Is there any chance at all that Shula will be fired soon?

Posted by beastson on 28 September 2014 - 07:25 PM

When the o line blocked well we got chunk plays.  The fact we did okay is only credence to the idea that the offensive system isn't the problem.


The problem is we are driving the ball, then take a sack.  Or get a holding penalty, or can't get the 3rd and short.


It isn't the offense.  And I personally don't think playcalling is the issue either usually (although I did not really like the way we called the game after getting way behind).


But Shula had a bad day today.  And he needs to figure it out or else he is going to be the scapegoat and he is going to get fired.  And he should.


But if an offensive line cant pass block or run block you are screwed, and probably bringing in a new coordinator isn't going to fix much.


It is like bringing in a new doctor to treat a body that is already dead


I think it is the offensive system in the redzone or maybe its bad game-planning in the redzone. We have to take shots at the endzone like we did with Cam to KB both times. One was the S failed to get over, but he also was thrown off because Cam was going through his reads on the one side and came back to KB once he saw he was open. The other was a one on one and KB beat his man, he was just barely out of bounds. Cam had good protection on both of those plays. The Ravens find one on ones down there and Flacco throws it up and allow his guy to make a play. Atleast get a PI. Cam has one hell of an arm, so go aggressive. You're right on penalties and sacks, but lack of aggression hurts as well. You compare Cam numbers to other QB's and one of things that low in comparison is TD's. We have a big redzone threat and even Cotchery had 10 Td's last season, that has to mean something

#2985972 Is there any chance at all that Shula will be fired soon?

Posted by beastson on 28 September 2014 - 06:52 PM

The thing about Shula which is frustrating is it's fixable. We are moving the ball. It's not like we're constantly going 3 and out. People mention our oline and it needs to be fixed as well, but its not like we're playing a high school oline. They do ok in spurts. I remember hearing the announcers say we were doing good on 3rd down at a certain point. He just calls the wrong plays during the worst times. We come out every game looking like we're about to run the scoreboard and he calls something that puts in a bad position, he's bad at situational football


We have to attack the endzone more when we get down there. Stop playing for a FG and stop relying on our defense to hold teams to 0 points every game. Let's be honest we have a very good D(healthy), but it's not an all-time great defense. We have several weaknesses. Our offense do their job, you looking at a different ball game cause it then forces the opposing team to score and become one dimensional. Atleast thats how I see things

#2985651 Is there any chance at all that Shula will be fired soon?

Posted by beastson on 28 September 2014 - 05:44 PM

This is where HC lose or keep their jobs. Making tough decisions and learning this is about winning not loyalty


Getting rid of Shula is really getting rid of our offensive philosophy and the mistake made to treat Cam like he's some game manager. If we hired Ramsdell just to be a damn assistant that sits and watch as our OC calls draw play on 3rd and 7 how can you not look at Rivera job security? What else causing you to not look at it? One winning season in 3 years? Its not like we got Bill Belichick here

#2985273 Anderson is a better option than Cam right now

Posted by beastson on 28 September 2014 - 04:47 PM

I wish we would at this point, so once the game end I can revisit threads like this. We should do it for the Cincy game

#2984775 Stop making moronic topics.

Posted by beastson on 28 September 2014 - 03:37 PM

If any threads should be locked, it should be Steve Smith threads. ALL of them. Completely beating a dead horse, he doesn't play here anymore. Just feeding into the distraction. Now I gotta listen to a press conference with questions about him smh

#2984650 Official Panthers - Ravens Gameday Thread

Posted by beastson on 28 September 2014 - 03:24 PM

In other news the Bucs will beat the Steelers at home, cuse somebody on their offensive side knows to throw the ball


Not draw on 3rd and long. Not constantly running the middle for no game


And attacking the endzone when they get to the 30 and below. Know how to create one on one matchups with their receivers

#2984395 If we fire Shula, who takes over?

Posted by beastson on 28 September 2014 - 03:03 PM

If you're defending draw play 3rd and long like we're in the Fox days, please just stop

#2982938 Official Panthers - Ravens Gameday Thread

Posted by beastson on 28 September 2014 - 01:43 PM

Too be fair to Gettle, Hurney is STILL haunting us with those contracts

#2982645 Official Panthers - Ravens Gameday Thread

Posted by beastson on 28 September 2014 - 01:27 PM

No, not fug this franchise


fug Jerry Richardson

#2982084 Official Panthers - Ravens Gameday Thread

Posted by beastson on 28 September 2014 - 01:03 PM

No holding call?

#2981995 Official Panthers - Ravens Gameday Thread

Posted by beastson on 28 September 2014 - 12:58 PM

Yea our RB go down, throw that poo man. Aim for the endzone with your 6'5 WR or something Shula



#2978019 Deangelo and Cotchery Full Practice Participation

Posted by beastson on 25 September 2014 - 04:17 PM

Use both. More options the better. I'm interested to see if that was Cam first time passing to 7 different people. That clearly shows me he's seeing the field much better. Let's see if the coaching staff have common sense to do that

#2976114 Should we sit Cam?

Posted by beastson on 24 September 2014 - 10:42 AM

We're operating backwards. Let me say this. Cam is fine in the pocket as a passer. He proved that Sunday. If you let him fire it around he'll make plays with his arm. Understand as a pocket passer, unless you have an all-pro oline you're going to take a few sacks. Yes Cam is still developing to step up at times in the pocket or throw it away if nothing is there. You give him options that can catch and run routes, he's fine. Penalties, a few sacks and stuffed runs stopped us from getting that endzone, not Cam inability to run. Like Rivera said you can't run for a few yardage and then get a negative gain the next one..Getting hit the pocket or on the run, he's getting hit. He got injured from moving. A running back job is to run the ball. We have a lot of money invested in them and their play is not worth it, partly because our oline isn't run blocking well and the other part is, they're not top 10 anymore, barely top 15. QB job is to pass it or hand it off. Its cool every now and then he can scramble, but treating him like he's our RB is only going to shorten his career as a QB. As he get older, that ability to do the things he used to will stop anyway