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Chimera

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#3325083 Seahawks GM hints he'll just let Wilson walk if he doesn't lower his...

Posted by Chimera on Yesterday, 03:44 PM

seriously dude?  Jake rarely even threw spirals.  I watched him every year even the amazing miracle playoff run of 2003 that was 90% luck.  Sorry but it was.  Jake was never, even in his probowl year considered "elite" in any circles.  Comparing those two QB's is laughable but keep at it.. Without Steve Smith Jake would have never started in the NFL

 

Without Steve Smith, Jake put up his best statistical performance of his career.

3886 yards, 30 TD (29 passing, 1 rushing), 15 INT

 

So, you're telling me that Russell Wilson, who hangs behind the line until a pass rusher gets free so he can "escape" (because he can't see over the line), runs around and throws a wobbly ball that everyone hears quacking doesn't rely on luck?

 

I also noticed you didn't address the issues of defense and the running game.




#3325049 Seahawks GM hints he'll just let Wilson walk if he doesn't lower his...

Posted by Chimera on Yesterday, 03:14 PM

Are you too young to remember?

Jake's skills were nothing in comparison to RW. Mechanics, pocket awareness, consistency.. Not even close. I'm sure Russell playing on another team would expose him somewhat but he's a good qb and any competitive team would do fine with RW. Also, Jake would get destroyed in today's NFL. He was a product of a great running game/defense

Are you too young to remember pre-injury Jake? 2003-2007? (Really started falling off in 2006, but still....)

Jake had a great running game exactly two out of his seven years as a Panther. Defense was great the first half of his Panthers career, but it was nothing special during the back half.

E: and more lolololol for saying a QB known for high floating duck miracle passes has better mechanics than another QB known for high floating duck miracle passes.


#3324936 Seahawks GM hints he'll just let Wilson walk if he doesn't lower his...

Posted by Chimera on Yesterday, 01:49 PM

Lol yeah right man. Jake was trash and never had an arm or pocket presence like Russell

 

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#3324171 Seahawks GM hints he'll just let Wilson walk if he doesn't lower his...

Posted by Chimera on 16 April 2015 - 10:09 PM

it's about time there's another huddle Wilson jelly thread!!!

 

I love the comments about how Wilson has better numbers because he has so many more weapons than your #1 pick...fug those make me laugh!!!

 

those incredible receivers like Jermaine Kearse and Riccardo Lockette...annual pro bowlers for sure!!!

 

No receivers...all their eggs in the run game basket and yet he's 4-0 against you in his young career...but only three of those were in your stadium!!!

 

Riiiight... it was that powerful Russell Wilson offense that exploded for scores of 16, 12, and 13 points that did us in. Not the rest of the team.




#3324158 Seahawks GM hints he'll just let Wilson walk if he doesn't lower his...

Posted by Chimera on 16 April 2015 - 09:44 PM

You are right about Lafell in Cams first year. However he had a much reduced role back then, starting only 6 games. Teams had to focus on Olsen/Shockey duo and Smith before Lafell. The 2013 Panthers and 2014 pats had a #1 TE (Olsen/Gronk), number 1 receiver (Smith/Edelmen) and Lafell was the 2. Much similar situation for Lafell which grants a better comparison.

Olsen is pretty much the same (or slightly better) TE he was with Cutler. I don't remember who the hell the bears trotted out as QB in his first two years.

 

Smith? Clausen, enough said.

 

Ginn? Was never a factor in the 49ers offense.

 

Cam did a good job resurrecting the Panthers offense for a year... but Panthers O has been below average to terribad ever since. Not all his fault though.

 

Yes, I am aware of all those factors. However, just a few posts ago, you were in favor of only using LaFell's bulk stats.




#3324130 Seahawks GM hints he'll just let Wilson walk if he doesn't lower his...

Posted by Chimera on 16 April 2015 - 09:13 PM

your attempts to bring lafells carolina stats up by averaging the pass intended stats is a dumb way to make cam look better. yes, NE throws more than carolina, you aren't factoring that brady is much better at throwing passes through tighter windows than cam, who usually gets a bit skittish if the coverage is tightened up, which results in less targets. then you aren't factoring things like how often he gets subbed in/out. it's completely pointless stat twisting.

 

the catch % is pretty much all you need to know that lafell in NE is better than lafell in CAR. and using the fact that cam doesn't have much touch and just bullets the ball most of the time is a pretty retarded badge of pride imo.

 

So, why was LaFell's catch percentage higher during his first season with Cam (2011) than with his first year with Brady (2014)?

 

Furthermore....

argument: "Cam doesn't make other players better"

 

counterarguments:

Greg Olsen averaged 32 yards a game in his 4 years with the Bears. Averages just above 50 per game in 4 years with Cam.

Steve Smith 554 yards 2 TDs in 2010. 1394 yards 7 TDs in 2011 with Cam

Ted Ginn 2 receptions, 1 yard in 2012. 36 receptions 556 yards in 2013 with Cam.

Panthers offense dead last in everything in 2010. Top 7 in everything in 2011 with Cam.




#3323210 Dream car

Posted by Chimera on 16 April 2015 - 09:06 AM

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#3323133 We're in the Elite Eight! Greatest Fan Base! Vote now!

Posted by Chimera on 16 April 2015 - 07:11 AM

I'd hate to see these people around Mother's Day.

"This certificate says 'World's Greatest Mother.' What is the methodology used to reach that conclusion? If that can't be answered, then this certificate is a sham and you should feel bad for buying it."




#3323111 We're in the Elite Eight! Greatest Fan Base! Vote now!

Posted by Chimera on 16 April 2015 - 05:27 AM

ITT: proof that the Huddle has Aspergers. Quit thinking about the significance and just retweet.


#3319256 South Carolina police officer charged with murder (after video evidence)

Posted by Chimera on 11 April 2015 - 08:18 PM

Yeah, i can openly bribe the federalies

Like on We're The Millers?


#3317666 Cops use rim jobs as bait

Posted by Chimera on 09 April 2015 - 11:34 PM

Thanks, adblock plus




#3317658 Well damn, I'm injured...

Posted by Chimera on 09 April 2015 - 11:27 PM

I just strained my left calf today playing of all things, volleyball. I could actually feel it tearing from lateral to medial. It isn't too painful, but I can't move my left ankle at all. Walking sucks when I can only half step with my left leg.




#3317319 Tsarnaev Found Guilty of All Charges... Death or Life in Prison

Posted by Chimera on 09 April 2015 - 05:52 PM

Before I was all about death penalty but now I'm on a different side of the spectrum. What is there to gain from killing someone? A satisfaction? Is this a form of revenge? I believe in this day and age there should be different solution to execution.


This exactly. The justice system should be for punishment, not petty emotional decisions made to make others feel better.
It doesn't matter what cultures do or do not use the death penalty. We should always shoot for the "moral high ground" based on our own values. In my opinion, the death penalty is an immense failure.


#3316573 South Carolina police officer charged with murder (after video evidence)

Posted by Chimera on 09 April 2015 - 08:15 AM

Say that to the guys I know, who work out everyday. Might wanna eat those words afterwords.


Yeah I'm pretty sure cops will eat words, too. There's very little they don't eat.


#3314002 Whatever happened to WW2 games?

Posted by Chimera on 06 April 2015 - 08:51 PM

Market got over saturated.