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Icege

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#1136848 April 28th

Posted by Icege on 10 April 2011 - 08:28 PM

Im not saying all people that dont want Cam are "haters" but there are Carolina fans out there that generally do not like this man. I heard a woman the other day on the radio say that she has been a PSL holder for 16 years and will sell it if Cam gets drafted. Another guy plans on making Anti-Cam shirts. Thats real passionate hate. So called Cam huggers are just pro-Cam and will be more disappointed than angry like those haters. I want Cam but whoever they get Im gonna ride with them and not protest like those so-called Carolina fans


I'll never understand why it is okay to hate Jimmy Clausen to the point or harassing him on Twitter but simply questioning Cam Newton's though process is a hate crime against decency.


#1136050 Hope vs. Reality

Posted by Icege on 10 April 2011 - 12:56 AM

Oops. I forgot to say Cam Newton in my first post.

Forgive me. I don't think the thread would have even been posted otherwise *fixes*


#1125633 2011 Mock Offseason & Draft ~ DRAFT!

Posted by Icege on 03 April 2011 - 09:05 PM

I've had to go through that as well. I was spending a lot of time on leisure and not pursuing life. I found that keeping busy helps :P


#1123734 5 & 5: Who looks to break out or bust this season?

Posted by Icege on 02 April 2011 - 08:46 AM

On Notice
1. Jimmy Clausen - I'm fairly certain this poor bastard might be on everybody's list this season. How could he not? Despite all the shortcomings on the team, Jimmy played bad enough to look noticeably bad. The general consensus now is that there's a great chance that he's not the franchise that some fans hope fell into their laps, but the big question is now: Can he start? Whether or not he starts, Jimmy Clausen is going to have to show twice the expected progress in order to offset his atrocious rookie year.

2. Everette Brown - Everette's now had two full seasons to grow into his role as a DE in the NFL. With a rising Greg Hardy on the roster and a DE more than likely being taken in this draft or next year's, Everette needs to come out this season and become a factor the same way Charles Johnson did 2010-2011.

3. Thomas Davis - I've got nothing but love for TD, but two identical ACL injuries definitely puts big question marks on him. He needs to show that he's still got what it takes and that worries about his knee can be put to rest.

4. Jeff Otah - I had surgery for a torn meniscus two years ago. The pre-op pictures showed what looked like Cthulu fighting in a snow storm in the form of cartilage. I was playing volleyball in 3 months after doing absolutely zero physical therapy. While there are obviously different mechanics involved, the fact of the matter is that Otah is supposed to be an NFL-caliber athlete and well... he's living up to those scouting reports questioning his toughness. I've mocked the Panthers trading down with the Redskins and taking Tyron Smith to have another OT for when Gross goes in a year or two. Now Otah needs shoulder surgery? Wtf are you, the OT Chad Pennington?

5. Tony Pike - As bad as Jimmy Clausen was, Tony Pike was bad enough to warrant Clausen starting over him. There wasn't much promise shown when he did hit the field, and will be the first casualty if we have to prune some QBs off the roster.

Great Expectations
1. Brandon LaFell - As the end of the season was coming on, Brandon LaFell was adding more highlights to his reel. He took up for his QB on Twitter and reports say he's a fun kid with a big heart. While Gettis had the first break out performance, I'm starting to think LaFell will quickly show that he can be that next big WR that the team has been looking for.

2. Gary Barnidge - Barnidge has been riding pine behind Rosario and King, which has more to do with his blocking abilities than his receiving. He's had the last couple of seasons behind King and Rosario, and now he's spending this one behind Shockey. After his first and third seasons where he was a non-factor, I think Barnidge might finally get the opportunity to open up the middle of the field while learning from Shockey.

3. Jon Beason - So long as we avoid the injury bug, Beaston will be starting and finishing the season from his usual spot at the Mike as opposed to being moved to the outside. Being back in his comfort zone in a more aggressive defense is just what the veterinarian ordered.

4. Greg Hardy - This kid showed a lot of promise in his rookie year, and at the very least provided great entertainment by Hercules tossing DBs on ST. With the pressure on Everette Brown to step up this year and Tyler Brayton winding down, Greg Hardy will have ample opportunity this season to try and steal that other starting DE job.

5. Matt Moore - It's my list God dammit, I'll put who I want up here. Connections with Chud's offense and Moore have already been made, and it would be silly to deny the very real possibility of him getting a chance in training camp. If he's able to beat the odds and start, I don't have any doubt that he'll be able to impress.


Who are you putting on notice and who are you placing great expectations on this coming season? I'd have the first pick over Pike, but the draft hasn't happened yet.


#1119054 2011 Mock Offseason & Draft ~ DRAFT!

Posted by Icege on 30 March 2011 - 10:06 PM

Bid would be cool *holds his unspent money*


#1113498 Embarrassing pics of Cam surface...

Posted by Icege on 27 March 2011 - 11:22 PM

I mean really, he's never been cited as even drinking. And you put some weed and a pipe in his mouth? I wonder where you got the idea. These are the racist undertones people speak of that no one seems to see. I'm sure someone will come along and be like it's just a joke. No big deal. And you wonder why my says the things he does


So you're implying that people of African descent smoke weed with a pipe? Or you're going to assume that the artist responsible for the rendition of the posted picture is white because he can use a computer, and is thereby instantly racist.

I'm horribly offended. Not all white people are skilled with Photoshop, and sometimes pipes are better with some water in them :(


#1112374 Embarrassing pics of Cam surface...

Posted by Icege on 27 March 2011 - 09:43 AM

Smokesgreen?


#1102285 Source: Panthers leaning to stick w/Clausen & pick Dareus

Posted by Icege on 21 March 2011 - 08:30 AM

Dareus fills a massivehole at DT, especially if we can't attract any FAs.

No Camera Newperson please :(


#1095426 2011 Mock Offseason & Draft ~ DRAFT!

Posted by Icege on 15 March 2011 - 11:35 PM

Will make my pick here in the next couple of minutes :)


#1074463 Seriously, "RunPee"?

Posted by Icege on 03 March 2011 - 09:12 AM

the longest pee i ever took was after the abortion that was spider man 3.

I kept waiting and waiting for the movie to get better, and it didn't, so then the credits rolled and i literally sprinted to the bathroom, ran to the only open stall and let it all out.

I was the first one in and the last one out. I kid you not, i peed for close to 4 minutes straight.


I went to a midnight showing of one of the Lord of the Rings film and foolishly downed whatever giant $12 soda they were selling within the first 30 minutes.

Best Peegasm ever.

Oh, and Jordan Palmer is no bueno imo


#1017956 Beasons tweet about the CBA

Posted by Icege on 27 January 2011 - 10:01 AM

I agree with you that it is about the money, for both the players and owners. But the player do have a point about injury concerns. To assume that 2 pre-season games = 2 regular season games, as far as player safety is concerned, is a little absurd. Which is why when the players do eventually cave, on the issue of the 18 games schedule, it will come with concessions by the owners. Most likely in the form of more roster/PS spots and a reworking of current injury settlements.


If the players were half as concerned for one another's safety as they're making out to be then explain the backlash Cutler received from players during the NFC Championship.

"We dont want to make 2 games we already play meaningful because we might get hurt!"
"Cutler was hurt and didn't play! No heart!"

Oh compromise. Politicians murdered you and now football players + owners are violently sodomozing your corpse :(


#1011669 Think that AE will become a real NFL receiver next year?

Posted by Icege on 24 January 2011 - 08:20 AM

AE is on the team for the next couple of seasons at least, so I'm still trying to process why nearly one year later some people are still crying and making ridiculous demands/assumptions about the entire ordeal.

It's fairly common knowledge at this point that draft position has no direct outcome on a player's performance in the NFL. #1 or #160.

If a drafted rookie's contributions to the team have a significant impact, then he should start. Otherwise I'm all for giving them a year or three to learn.

I would love to see some of the people on this board go to their job site and break down into tears or rage quit when people start saying, "Hm... You know, we could've hired them three months later than we did. Terrible employee! FIRE THEM!" while the Huddler is still in job training.


#998202 I have seen some compare Clausen to Aikman...

Posted by Icege on 17 January 2011 - 10:30 AM

You ought to try out for a mod position since you want to dictate what we can and can't discuss.


Pointing out that CRA flocks to Clausen threads like flies to poo and is really not saying anything new other than he hates Clausen, he shouldn't be starting, and Rita's Shaved Ice is amazing (we can all agree on that last point at least!) is a far, far cry from "dictating" what people can and can't discuss.

That would require people to actually discuss something here as opposed to being a message board for fans to have emotional breakdowns over whether or not they can tell the future.


#928392 Players comment on Fox's most disappointing season

Posted by Icege on 17 December 2010 - 01:21 AM

Fox was a good coach for his time, but he unfortunately didn't adapt to the new NFL. I hope he grows from this experience and continues to find success wherever he may go.


#927163 Smith wanted Clausen to apologize to the guys in the huddle

Posted by Icege on 16 December 2010 - 11:58 AM

I don't understand the label of "Clausen apologist" being applied to people who are dispersing blame instead of letting it all fall on the shoulders of a rookie whom the coaching staff made absolutely no attempt to adapt their gameplan to. :/

It's a bit childish, granted I'm sure some of Clausen's supporters are quick to insult as well. Is this where we put labels on everybody because of their opinions on the QB position? Clausen apologists, Clausen anal-ists, and Clausen apatheticists?

At least Clausen played well when he had those targets. Palmer has options that other QBs would kill for and he still can't hit them.

I'm still waiting for training camp. I expect rookies to play poorly. They're boys out there against men still trying to learn what to do. Whatever happens in training camp is the only thing we can really wait on for the QB position next season.

Clausen is the QB though, and if people want the #1 pick leave him in. If people want him to develop, leave him in. If people want him to get killed, leave him in. Long and the short of it is that Clausen is going to be taking the snaps. We can either sit and bitch about it, try and be supportive, or go watch other teams with efficient offenses.

I'd highly recommend not doing the later. When I went to the Falcons/Packers game, it was like walking into Santa's workshop. Omg completed passes? Oline protection? Passing routes that had players being dispersed all over the field instead of somewhere 15yds down on 3rd & forever with the blitz coming!? MADNESS!




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