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#2080372 Panthers still could get Chip Kelly as HC

Posted by Icege on 06 January 2013 - 01:14 PM

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#2070181 Post your reaction to to the Edwards getting run out by the punter.

Posted by Icege on 31 December 2012 - 12:13 PM

I like how people say that he got ran down when the punter clearly took a good angle (and there would've been another defender to beat that hustled back).

Forget that though! I'm going to be ignorant and hateful in hopes that i can find a stock meme that will make other trolls pie me.

With fans like you, who needs media attention? :/

#2065710 Saints v.s. Panthers facts

Posted by Icege on 29 December 2012 - 02:24 PM

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#2062605 If Brees begs for it like Palmer did this past weekend...

Posted by Icege on 26 December 2012 - 11:06 AM

I can't wait until opposing QBs before every snap have to think, "Ok... can't go that way, there's a sea beast. Can't go that way, there's a vault of money waiting to hit me. Can't go in the middle, because Clark Kent has all of the stories covered...., fug this game I quit *spikes ball*"

#2059566 Steve Beuerlein can eat a bag of dicks

Posted by Icege on 23 December 2012 - 04:12 PM

He was on some Gantt level type of, "I DON'T PLAY FAVORITES" nonsense

#2047230 Not being a negative nancy, just a realist.

Posted by Icege on 15 December 2012 - 03:18 PM

One day people will understand that belligerent pessimism =/= realism :/

#2043688 Icege's Mock Draft v2.0

Posted by Icege on 12 December 2012 - 04:11 PM

1st. Chance Warmack, RG, Alabama
2nd. Kawann Short, DT, Purdue
4th. DJ Swearinger, FS, South Carolina
5th. Joseph Fauria, TE, UCLA
6th. Marquess Wilson, WR, Washington State
UDFA Michael Dyer, RB, Arkansas Baptist College
UDFA Ryan Allen, P, Lousianna Tech
UDFA Tyler Bitancurt K, WVU
UDFA Philip Lutzenkirchen, TE, Auburn

The team currently has the #5 pick in the draft, but chances are the team can pick up at least one more win against Oakland, likely two at New Orleans. San Diego has always been tough in December though, so that is up in the air. Then again, there are no guarantees in the NFL.

With that said, I am sick at the black hole that is the RG position. Duke Robinson never panned out, and since then it has been a revolving door (both on and off the field). Hangartner was not playing well at the start of the season before taking over for Kalil, and Garry Williams will end up being due a little over $1 million next season (a price that he isn't worth imo). Chance Warmack is the best player on the Alabama offensive line. I repeat, the best player on their line. Arguably the best line in college football. What more needs to be said? Carolina might be picking closer to #9, maybe even out of the top 10. Let JStew run behind this beast and we might just see a resurrection in the HBs being our primary source of rushing yards. He'd be able to hit the field immediately, which is something I'd like to see out of the first pick.

Dwan and Ron Edwards are both in strange positions. Dwan has played great, but is on a one year deal. Ron is due over $2 million next season. I personally would like to see both of them keeping the interior solid, giving Short time to develop as Dwan's replacement at UT while hopefully either Kearse or Fua develop into the starting NT. As the 2nd round pick I'd like for him to realistically compete for a starting position, but being able to rotate in frequently will also hasten the development/evaluation process.

I like Swearinger and think he'll rise a bit on draft boards. Nothing needs to be said about the FS position on the team, it speaks for itself.

Fauria would be a great H-back, assuming the system doesn't change too much. Barnidge and Hartsock are both due to hit free agency, and the current staff is very fond of versatility (which the position itself is).

Marquess Wilson was one of the top rated WR before quitting WSU and accusing Mike Leach of being Mike Leach. He has a great catching radius though and is at his best going for jump balls, which Cam throws quite a bit of (though his mechanics looked exponentially better vs. Atlanta. Let's see if that continues). With Armanti's time in Carolina being done with other return and receiving prospects, Wilson would provide more depth at the position. Between LaFell, Gettis, and Wilson there is bound to be somebody that at the very least can be a placeholder for Steve Smith until a new #1 is found.

Michael Dyer was a beast and Cam is familiar with him. If DWill is dealt I wouldn't mind seeing Dyer in camp and potentially being stashed away on the practice squad. Nortman is terrible. Gano will cost close to $1 million and if Bitancurt can get the job done, I'd rather go with the younger, cheaper player. Lutzenkirchen and Fauria can compete for the #1 H-back/#2 TE spot.

This is assuming that Beason, Gross, and Gamble will re-structure to help out with cap space. DWill as well, unless he can be dealt.

#2042857 WOW, the Chargers game could have HUGE draft implications.

Posted by Icege on 11 December 2012 - 10:49 PM

A lot of things could happen after this Sunday's game. For instance. Say we beat the Chargers, this could happen. The Lions and Cardinals both play each other and both have 4 wins. The good news is, we would hold the SOS tiebreaker over both teams. The bad news is, if we win

Stopped reading here.

#2040177 caption this photo

Posted by Icege on 10 December 2012 - 10:29 AM

Get the fug in my field

#2039070 We Will Win Today

Posted by Icege on 09 December 2012 - 07:27 PM

Thank you based Diddy

#2031110 Gross

Posted by Icege on 04 December 2012 - 12:14 PM

Gross has given up some bad plays, but Hangman and Wiliams have been simply awful.

#2024660 When was the last time we beat a quality opponent?

Posted by Icege on 30 November 2012 - 11:49 PM

Last week.

I'm of the opinion that overlooking any team in the NFL is, pardon my language, fuging stupid.

#2020247 Panthers vs. Eagles Pros & Cons

Posted by Icege on 28 November 2012 - 01:16 AM

What did you see that you liked? What did you not like?

-Greg Hardy has continued to be a wrecking force. He is doing great against the run, pressuring the QB, and being one of the first bodies down field on special teams (which I imagine is terrifying for some of those little returners).

-While he was on the field, Jonathan Stewart ran like a man. He fights for yards and bowls over defenders. Being able to retain him was a bigger deal than some folks might realize, especially with his diversity as a back: he can pick up blitzes, he can catch the ball coming out of the back field, he can pound it between the tackles, and he can take it off tackle.

-Sherrod Martin came out at the start of the game playing like a man possessed.

-Amini Silatolu was blowing dudes up.

-DWill, while he hasn't been ripping them off when he has had blocking (which isn't very often), has been a whole lot meaner in pass protection than in seasons past.

-Nate Chandler was the culprit behind Brown's big touchdown scamper in the first half. He followed the fullback and backed into James Anderson, which allowed the free released tackle to envelope both and seal them off for Brown to spring free. Neblett was also getting shoved backwards a few yards when he was in. I'm hoping that Frank Kearse can provide some help there, as the loss of big Ron might be bigger than many here think.

-Please stop running the option on 2nd down. If it's 2nd& 10, it is always for a loss. If it's less, it's for no gain. The only time I've seen the play have any remote success is when done on short yardage situations (make sense imo).

-Nakamura is terribad.

-Louis Murphy has hands made of stone. The big catch he had that was also called a PI he caught after the ball bounced off of his hands, then his face mask.

-Charles Godfrey is still missing tackles.

#2019550 UPDATE! Rick Reilly is a lying dingleberry clinging to his hatred of Cam...

Posted by Icege on 27 November 2012 - 04:33 PM

Rivera's kids never have to worry about time out

#2019480 UPDATE! Rick Reilly is a lying dingleberry clinging to his hatred of Cam...

Posted by Icege on 27 November 2012 - 03:46 PM

The way I have translated this is that Cam hates the media (which he has every right to), and that he keeps a small circle of friends (might have something to do with the media?) but does not allow this to interfere with his work.

I just wish that we could admit that he has accuracy problems stemming from throwing off of his back foot. The common response is that it's because a fat body got pushed back into him, but we all know that's not the case. If he could do that and decide a half a second sooner when to throw and when to run then I expect a lot more W's to come.

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