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#2502554 SB Nation slams JR

Posted by Seltzer on 21 November 2013 - 01:36 AM

How can you have hate for a self-made billionaire who happens to be the only owner who actually played in the NFL?

The ignorance is confounding sometimes. Yes, JR is an old man. But he is basically the sole reason we have an NFL franchise. If I live to be 80+, survive a heart transplant, and have to bury one of my sons, I hope I am not judged by every little facial expression I make.

#2502339 These were the WR drafted (and their stats) after A.J. Klein was picked

Posted by Seltzer on 20 November 2013 - 10:21 PM

Star and Short alone make it a solid draft. If Klein develops into a starter it is a hell of a draft

#2499964 Please share this around the internet...

Posted by Seltzer on 19 November 2013 - 07:38 PM

7 and effing 3. It sounds more and more beautiful every time I say it.

#2499963 Please share this around the internet...

Posted by Seltzer on 19 November 2013 - 07:38 PM

7 and effing 3. It sounds more and more beautiful every time I say it.

#2499770 Butthurt Patriots Fans

Posted by Seltzer on 19 November 2013 - 06:19 PM

Are the laughingstock of the whole country right now outside of New England and BSPN.

Had to fly to Portland OR today after being at BOA last night (which has been tough), but it's funny sitting at the bar in Phoenix and Portland listening to people talk.

And by God, the Panthers are relevant nationally again. And most everyone thinks it is laughable that the Patriots would have the audacity to complain about a controversial call after the Tuck Rule, Spygate, etc.

Fug em, we won, they lost, and life goes on. Panthers made a major statement last night.

#2483648 Where will YOU be Monday night?

Posted by Seltzer on 12 November 2013 - 01:33 PM

Section 540 with my brother rallying all the old people around me to get loud on defense.


And hoping to God I am not too hungover to catch my Tuesday morning flight to the West Coast for work...

#2482620 "The Panthers have the best front 7 in football!" STFU

Posted by Seltzer on 11 November 2013 - 10:00 PM

I think our secondary is being underrated but I don't take any offense by this.

As well as the secondary has played, and they have, we've still got Brady and Brees twice.

They deserve props but they don't deserve to be crowned by any stretch yet.

The front 7 has shut down all running games, including Lynch, Peterson, and Gore/Kaepernick. That deserves props.

#2482592 Would you be opposed to a Julio Jones type draft day trade for a stud WR?

Posted by Seltzer on 11 November 2013 - 09:49 PM

No offense but this is the first time in 5 seasons that the current season matters. I don't know why a Panthers fan would be concerned about drafting when there is so much meaningful football left this year.

Live in the moment and enjoy the current team. There will be plenty of time to discuss all this when the season's over. Just my opinion. To me it's awesome to be able to discuss the current team because we're actually relevant.

#2481916 Friendly Reminder Peter King picked us Last in the Entire NFC with a 6-10 Rec...

Posted by Seltzer on 11 November 2013 - 05:06 PM

The win yesterday gave me confidence this team will not fold down the stretch.  I am not prone to hyperbole or unwarranted optimism given everything that has transpired over the past 5 years (and really the entire history of the Panthers), but yesterday was a seminal moment (a la Panthers/ Bucs Week 2 2003) that this season is going to be special. 

#2481893 Friendly Reminder Peter King picked us Last in the Entire NFC with a 6-10 Rec...

Posted by Seltzer on 11 November 2013 - 04:58 PM




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#2481081 Seahawks fan sent me this

Posted by Seltzer on 11 November 2013 - 11:19 AM

This 49ers game set us up for the experience we will need to go into Seattle in Jan and shut them down


It would be awesome to get the chance to redeem the 2 losses the past 2 years to the Hawks, plus it would be the ultimate redemption for the 2005 NFC Championship Game.  I seriously doubted we could win that game in 2005 given how banged up we were, but I really think this team can beat the Seahawks, even if it is in Seattle and even if Percy Harvin is 100% there.


It is so awesome to actually be excited about Panthers football in November again!!

#2472126 Carolina Panthers - "The Flavor of the Month, Going to lose to SF"

Posted by Seltzer on 07 November 2013 - 02:01 PM

We're playing the Super Bowl runner-up on the road, who just happens to be 6-2 and playing lights out right now.  Why in the world would we be favored to win?  I think the spread being less than a touchdown is showing us respect.


The Panthers have a chance to truly be in the national conversation as a contender if they win this game.  Given the last few years of this franchise, that is all we can ask for.  I am hoping for a win, but I will not be devastated with a loss.


We need to go 1-1 over the next 2 games to stay in the playoff hunt.  This game will certainly be a barometer of how well the team can perform in a hostile environment with pressure on us.


The conversation is going to be about Cam, and he is certainly going to have to play well for us to win.  I expect the offensive line to be under duress and Cam to have to improvise.  Kaepernick does not scan the field the best, but if his offensive line gives him time, I do think he can exploit our secondary.


I think the Panthers are going to have to commit to the run game and be willing to take some deep shots, which we haven't done a lot this year.  I think the 49ers gameplan will be to try to stop the run and take away the intermediate throws.  If I were gameplanning the Panthers, that's what I would do.


The think the Panthers gameplan will be similar.  Teams are not biting as hard on the read-option, so QB's like Kaepernick (and Cam) are not seeing guys as open on deep shots as much as they were the last couple of years.


Turnovers and mistakes are going to be very crucial I think because I don't see either team being able to run up 30 points like they have over the last few weeks.  I may be surprised, but I see this being a 20-17 type of game.


My fear is that our secondary is going to have a couple of bad lapses on deep balls, and the 49ers will prevail at home.  This game and the Saints on the road are the toughest 2 games left IMO.  I still think 10-6 is a realistic possibility even if they lose this weekend.


If the Panthers do win this weekend, I will be 100% sold on them as a playoff team, as will the national media.  Go Panthers!

#2456499 Browns working out Armanti Edwards

Posted by Seltzer on 29 October 2013 - 07:19 PM

I wish you the best of luck Armanti...

I wish every Panther fan felt this way. Armanti was overdrafted but worked hard to refine his craft to the best of his ability.

I don't blame the Panthers for cutting him but he's a great guy and hope he makes the most of this opportunity

#2451288 Chris Harris (ESPN): "Cam Newton is good. His receivers aren't"

Posted by Seltzer on 25 October 2013 - 10:53 PM

I personally think our receiving corp is underrated. Cam has enough weapons. LaFell has had a couple of bad drops the last few games, but he also has had some big catches and he is consistently getting open. Plus, he is a top 10 blocking WR. I don't understand the LaFell hatred.

Saying Cam has no weapons is a lazy argument. The games the offense didnt score (Seattle & Arizona) were on the Oline more than the WR in my opinion.

Maybe I have just followed the team too long and base my expectations accordingly. This receiving corp is well above a lot the Panthers have fielded. The only years that even jump out to me as better are '99 & '03 and maybe '08 with Smitty/Moose and '11 with what Shockey/Olsen & Smitty brought.

#2451180 What Will You Do Sunday?

Posted by Seltzer on 25 October 2013 - 09:22 PM

Pull hard for the Bills

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