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#3059094 Official Panthers - Saints Game Thread

Posted by beastson on Yesterday, 10:21 PM

Some of us still have hope. Even if just a little.


I have no idea why. We've beaten only 1 winning team, the Lions. The talent isn't there obviously and the coaching isn't that great. One place to start is to replace Shula with Ramsdell and eliminate Ken too. They're not needed as Ramsdell was a QB coach for Rivers & Warner. His track record is proven. If that's not enough idk what is. Which brings me to Ron Rivera. He's the HC how can he not see this?

#3058529 Gettleman got too confident after last season

Posted by beastson on Yesterday, 09:53 PM

Yeah I already did a thread on this. His first full year as GM we went to the playoffs. He thought everybody was replaceable except Hardy apparently

#3057750 Official Panthers - Saints Game Thread

Posted by beastson on Yesterday, 09:06 PM

How great. Hardy making all that money waiting on a trial, not even contributing. Thanks Jerry for your boo hoo tears. Really helped us. Im kinda glad karma biting us right in the ass cause we haven't been right since the NFL put him on that list. Hope this is a blessing to get a head coach thats has an offensive mind or some experience on both sides of the ball other than just being a fuging defensive coordinator

#3057268 Official Panthers - Saints Game Thread

Posted by beastson on Yesterday, 08:42 PM

We're a 1999 offense in 2014 with an undrafted free agent oline

#3057184 Official Panthers - Saints Game Thread

Posted by beastson on Yesterday, 08:38 PM

Honestly fu*k it. Maybe we need to keep losing in order for Rivera and Shula to go. That's best long term. And everyone loves to talk long term around here


I just said that right before the game. Nobody pie'd me smh

#3056114 Official Panthers - Saints Game Thread

Posted by beastson on Yesterday, 07:42 PM

2 receivers in the same spot is a Shula trademark.



always that one wtf play


and theres another one where 2 receivers were in the same place, shula trademark



#3054386 Hornets win.... Panthers, you are up

Posted by beastson on 29 October 2014 - 09:34 PM

Which means panthers will lose

#3051834 Jamie Dukes gets it

Posted by beastson on 28 October 2014 - 06:26 PM


accused him of setting Cam up to fail or get injured so he won't have to worry about paying a guy he doesn't actually consider to be a franchise QB to begin with. If he had Peyton Manning or Andrew Luck, he would've addressed the line.



#3047186 Troubling comment from Rivera

Posted by beastson on 26 October 2014 - 08:26 PM

This is why you look for a guy that has experience in diff departments of a football team. Offense and defense, and/or special teams. Ron is a DC who doesn't know jack poo about offense. Make sense why he think Shula is good enough. But anybody with a football brain can see he's not the answer

#3046823 Reasons why Shula is no longer needed in Carolina...

Posted by beastson on 26 October 2014 - 06:43 PM

And given quarterback

Cam Newtonicon-article-link.gif's comfort with the no-huddle approach and Carolina's success with it in Sunday's win over the Bears, it's something that might be in the mix more.


During a picture-perfect two-minute drive to end the first half against Chicago, Newton completed 5-of-6 passes for 72 yards and threw a 9-yard touchdown to tight end

Greg Olsenicon-article-link.gif. That success with the hurry-up offense resulted in Carolina using it at least once on each of the first three possessions of the second half.

Newton thrived in a no-huddle, shotgun-oriented scheme throughout his college career at Auburn, and that success has continued in the NFL when the opportunity has arisen.


"It allows (Cam) to react to what's going on," Rivera said. "When things seem to be going 100 miles an hour, they slow down even better for him. Sometimes, that's a really good thing."

"Sometimes," Shula added, "it helps make the defense react quicker than they want to."

But Shula is also quick to point out that Newton has enjoyed plenty of success with a traditional huddle that leads to him taking the snap under center. And that will continue to be the base from which Carolina's offense operates.

"I think (Cam's) good at both," Shula said. "It's good to have the balance."



This panthers nation is why this team are losers. People blaming Cam are clueless. Shula needs to get fired or stay and take a step back and let Cam have more fuging control. We didnt go to this today at all. Ron need to step up and be a better HC

#3046579 Let's go back to when Ravens fired Cam Cameron

Posted by beastson on 26 October 2014 - 05:48 PM

Really nothing left to say. I just watched the Rams the fuging Rams with their 2nd-3rd string QB put up 21 points on offense against the same team we failed to score once and only get 9 points against. Really no excuse and its quite embarrassing. Rivera might just be over his head as a HC

#3046438 Let's go back to when Ravens fired Cam Cameron

Posted by beastson on 26 October 2014 - 05:09 PM

And went and win the SB. Keep in mind they were 9-4 at the time too. Lets read this article, see how this is so familiar with us



Harbaugh called Monday's decision "the hardest thing I've ever had to do as a coach."

"There is a very human side to this," he said. "Cam is my friend, he taught me a lot about coaching, and he is an outstanding coach."

But in making the move, Harbaugh said he was doing what was best for his team.

"It's not about fair or unfair, right or wrong," he said. "We need a change. Our plan and our goals are to win games, win our division and get to the playoffs.


Goal is to win.



The Baltimore Sun, crediting unnamed sources, cited the Ravens' inconsistency on offense and quarterback Joe Flacco's development, of which the team hasn't seen significant progress.

Flacco is scheduled to be a free agent after this season.





Before taking over as head coach at Indianapolis, Caldwell spent seven seasons as the team's quarterbacks coach. Under his direction, Peyton Manning won three NFL MVP awards. In 2004, Indianapolis went 12-4 behind Manning, who threw for a career-high 49 touchdowns and just 10 interceptions.


We have a QB coach QB's have experienced success with. His name is John Ramsdell. He also come from an offense Rivera was supposed to bring here,but decided to change mid-way during his 4 years. He comes from offenses completely different from this bullshit we're seeing. Its ridiculous he can give a bullshit answer as to why KB didn't start, but can't make REAL changes

#3046252 I'm not blaming Shula

Posted by beastson on 26 October 2014 - 04:40 PM

sometimes the answer is already on the coaching staff



#3046190 I'm not blaming Shula

Posted by beastson on 26 October 2014 - 04:33 PM

I remember when Shula was appointed OC, you made it clear it was a bad choice Zod

#3046170 That's it, I'm making it official

Posted by beastson on 26 October 2014 - 04:30 PM

I read your post Matthias and you're contradicting yourself. Its either one or the other, Cam or Shula. Cam doesn't design the offense for more 5 WR sets, Cam doesn't call the plays. He doesn't call constant read option plays. Cam has stepped up plenty of times in this dreadful oline. Did you see Bennett go untouched on that almost safety?


We do better in the no huddle cause its really putting the game in Cam hands opposed to Shula hands. He gets to make the adjustments. Shula and Ron has stopped that, so this is what you get. 9 points, no TD's

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