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NanuqoftheNorth

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#2965328 DeAngelo Williams, Jason Avant, Jericho Cotchery questionable for Sunday

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on Yesterday, 12:04 AM

Looks like a perfect opportunity to utilize more of the two tight end formation.

We all know Cam has thrived with that approach in the past.


#2965151 6 years, $150,250,000, $54,000,000 guaranteed, Projected contract f...

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 19 September 2014 - 07:56 PM

Cam is no doubt going to receive an impressive contract offer from the Panthers, but I swear some of you must have graduated Magna cum laude from the Marty Hurney School of Management.

It is times like these when I rest easier at night knowing Dave Gettleman is managing this team and not some of you knuckleheads in this forum.


#2964721 So Phil, a question... (Cat Thread Approved)

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 19 September 2014 - 02:14 PM

I know the internet has no rules nor decorum, but whose fault is that?


Big Government?


#2964634 So Phil, a question... (Cat Thread Approved)

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 19 September 2014 - 12:54 PM

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#2963154 NBC Sunday Night Football arrives in Charlotte...

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 18 September 2014 - 05:11 PM

Duck rabbit ftw


I'll take a bottle of the copper please.


#2963136 NBC Sunday Night Football arrives in Charlotte...

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 18 September 2014 - 05:02 PM

True, I'm just saying I'm basing my personal opinions and conclusions based on facts.
 
How does a man of Greg's stature and physique 'beat' a woman but she has no injuries besides light bruising?  He wasn't even arrested that night.  This is a case by case thing, if the Rice video never came out Hardy would be playing, it's just become the flavor of the month right now.
 
We undoubtedly will re-hear the same narrative by NBC causing the public to 'really super care about domestic violence now!", pretty disingenuous if you ask me, but ratings are ratings.  And controversy definitely gets ratings.


It certainly seems Ray Rice got the medias attention and it all went downhill from there for the rest of the NFL.

I would submit however that this is not just a flavor of the month issue.

Star athletes have been treated with kid gloves for years when it comes to DV among other deviant behavior. The day of reckoning for sports leagues and conferences has been a long time coming.

I believe that day has arrived.

Public, media and NFL sponsors' pressure will not let this issue die an easy death.

That is why the NFL is now scrambling to create new policies for their players. What the NFL does, as the premier sports league in the country, will impact how all the other leagues and college conferences react as well.

Bottom Line: Our nation's laws have their place, but athletes need to realize, poor behavior, illegal or not, will have a big impact on their ability to gain and retain employment.

They are no longer an exception to the rule.


#2963076 Panthers will be giving out rally towels on Sunday

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 18 September 2014 - 04:13 PM

What BOA stadium needs is more cowbell!

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#2963046 Panthers will be giving out rally towels on Sunday

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 18 September 2014 - 03:49 PM

Blue towel = 30 cents more expensive per towel.
 
Thats $22000 for a prettier color.


Owner is a billionaire, has more than 22k under his sofa cushions in loose change.


#2963005 NBC Sunday Night Football arrives in Charlotte...

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 18 September 2014 - 03:32 PM

It's why you never see him near the horses at the Kentucky derby


Come to think of it, I've never seen him near a Kraken either.


#2962955 Leave your Hardy jerseys at home

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 18 September 2014 - 03:08 PM

Thousands of people lose their jobs everyday for doing stupid things that directly or indirectly undermine the business objectives of their employers.

Those actions, more often than not, do not rise to the level of "breaking the law" yet these people still find themselves unemployed without a paycheck.

We are now seeing that NFL players are not an exception to this reality.


#2962776 Leave your Hardy jerseys at home

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 18 September 2014 - 01:31 PM

For the misogynists in this thread:

The majority of adults, regardless of gender, live together a lifetime and never have DV issues. The problem isn't related to gender, the problem is drug abuse and those who tolerate/enable it.

Stupid is as stupid does.

Bottom Line: Don't let crack whores into your life and you'll find that your life becomes a whole lot less complex.


#2962135 Panthers Front Office has lost it!

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 18 September 2014 - 02:40 AM

And to AKPantherFan:

 

Do you think your Superintendent, First Sergeant, Unit CC or Base Commander would tolerate you behaving in a similar fashion? 

 

Who would you point your finger at when you lost your career and were escorted off base, never allowed to return? 

 

Would you accuse the USAF of having "Lost It"?




#2962124 Panthers Front Office has lost it!

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 18 September 2014 - 02:14 AM

Doesn't personal responsibility mean anything to people in this country anymore?

 

Some of you want to blame a coked up girlfriend, mass media, the Panthers organization or the NFL, anybody other than Greg Hardy.

 

What high profile public figure in their right mind maintains a close personal relationship with a coke fiend and is unable to anticipate a public relations disaster looming just around the corner?

 

Hardy was being compensated handsomely by Panthers management to do two things, play football and stay out of trouble.  That doesn't seem like a lot to ask of someone for 13 million dollars now does it?.

 

But no, thanks to Greg's piss poor judgment, not only wasn't he was able to stay out of trouble for more than a few weeks, now he can't even play football. 

 

Greg's has clearly demonstrated a selfish disregard for the law, his teammates, coaches/management, the NFL and football fans everywhere.

 

The blame for this regrettable state of affairs lies squarely on the shoulders of one person, and one person alone, Greg Hardy.   




#2959396 Adrian Peterson deactivated AGAIN indefinitely

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 17 September 2014 - 03:27 AM

The sands are quickly shifting below the feet of the NFL and the Players Association.

What was acceptable punishment a few months ago is no longer sufficient to placate the NFL's corporate sponsors.

It is a bad time to be a player with DV issues in the NFL.

The league will do whatever it needs to survive and thrive.

If it means sacrificing a few of its star players to make sure that happens, consider it done.


#2959142 So Phil, a question... (Cat Thread Approved)

Posted by NanuqoftheNorth on 16 September 2014 - 09:48 PM

Not sure who insulted you Mr. Scot, but Internet Rules of Engagement (IROE) clearly indicate that when P1 is textually insulted by P2, P1 should declare victory, no matter how witty his opponent's insult may have been.

 

Bottom line:  Don't be sad, today you are an internet winner!!!

 

 






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