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#3104912 Ferguson Decision

Posted by TheRed on Yesterday, 04:05 PM

This board is far more liberal then I would have believed.  Far more Democratic then one would believe.


Either you are reading a completely different message board, or you are literally insane.

#3104871 Ferguson Decision

Posted by TheRed on Yesterday, 03:21 PM

 Yeah, how bizarre that anyone would possibly think that the above quoted individual is essentially a drooling bigot.

#3104812 Ferguson Decision

Posted by TheRed on Yesterday, 02:31 PM

Either ban this racist shitheel known as BuffaloBills62, or just bring back KT. This is embarrassing.

#3104767 Ferguson Decision

Posted by TheRed on Yesterday, 01:45 PM

What I find interesting is the way the cops handled this initially, attacking peaceful protesters, attacking people in their own yards, attacking/arresting reporters, openly trying to provoke protestors into violence... all forgotten.


Yep, and then after that and quickly getting the officer in question into hiding, what is the first official thing with the case they do? Release footage painting the dead unarmed kid as a future lifelong career criminal in an attempt to justify his death. The whole "investigation" is a joke.

#3104758 As dumb as Mike Smith can be...

Posted by TheRed on Yesterday, 01:31 PM

Didn't he admit the mistake after the Buffalo game last year?  I am not sure.


Basically yes he did, I referenced his comments in the thread about Jason Avant being cut.


The problem is, we are here over one year later, and he is still making the same mistakes that cost us games. This time though, he's not owning up to them. Is it pride or ego getting in the way at this point? I like Ron as a person, but he has been too inconsistent as head coach.

#3104319 Ferguson Decision

Posted by TheRed on Yesterday, 01:24 AM

Is there some sort of bet between BuffaloBills62 and carolinapf for who can be the biggest troglodyte or what?


Between the both of them, I can't tell who is more confused.

#3104231 Ferguson Decision

Posted by TheRed on Yesterday, 12:15 AM

Who could have predicted that certain conservatives here and elsewhere would be practically celebrating like their favorite sports team just won a championship because a white cop was let off on potential criminal charges involving the shooting death of an unarmed black kid.

#3103175 Amini at RT anyone?

Posted by TheRed on 24 November 2014 - 02:08 PM

my dead grandma could do a better job than nate chandler, so all silatolu has to do is beat out my dead grandma and we'll have an automatic improvement


How dare you. Gettleman and Rivera saw enough potential in him to give him a 3 year extension. HOG MOLLIES.

#3102420 Hornets vs. Heat Game Thread

Posted by TheRed on 23 November 2014 - 08:55 PM

Well, regardless of how this season ultimately ends, it's going to take more than one year to lose the Bobcats stench.

#3102362 Hornets vs. Heat Game Thread

Posted by TheRed on 23 November 2014 - 08:30 PM

Is Steve Clifford the NBA equivalent of Ron Rivera or what?

#3101639 Great article on Cam's future in Observer today

Posted by TheRed on 23 November 2014 - 03:45 PM

Cam has made poor throws when he has had time, that what is what people is talking about. The inconsistent throwing is what is keeping Cam Newton down. I was consider heavily before giving him a huge contract.


I agree CAM has not been as consistent as we would like. However, I find it impossible to honestly evaluate cam's performance at this time because I'm not sure how much poor coaching, lack of coaching, no coaching, poor game planning, no game planning has to do with cam's struggles. Common sense tells me it has a lot to do with it. It's a testament to this shitty coaching staff and front office that we're even having this conversation.



Our offense in general has been inconsistent dating back to last season (inability to score red zone TD's). Fast forward to now with an entirely new group of WR's, and a terrible OL, this is what you get. We already know what Newton is capable of with proper protection.


Right now our offensive line is anything but "adequate", and the injuries and lineup changes to an already talent lacking unit only make things worse. It's also not just the lack of talent but the lack of veteran presence, right now it's basically just Kalil trying to carry the unit.


Then we also have a banged up backfield, and even when those guys aren't banged up, our QB all too often has to pick up the slack and take over to become our leading rusher (even in our winning season last year, Newton lead the team in rushing in like 6 or 7 games).


When you combine all these circumstances that we are dealing with so far this season with a coaching staff who can't seem to get out of their own way, things are going to get ugly fast. Our coaches seem virtually incapable of making adjusments or managing a game in general.


The main concern I have with Newton right now is his long term development. If Rivera isn't the guy, we cannot waste anymore time.

#3101396 Great article on Cam's future in Observer today

Posted by TheRed on 23 November 2014 - 12:11 PM

That was my concern off the bat with the huge turnover at one position.
The future comes down to the next off-season.


Yeah, unfortunately it's not just the personnel.


I think we could have gotten by with our receiving group if we did a little more for the OL, and actually had an offensive staff with some imagination and real ability to *gasp*, develop a QB. Rivera is too hands off with his offense, unless he is pissing the game away at the end.

#3101375 Great article on Cam's future in Observer today

Posted by TheRed on 23 November 2014 - 11:41 AM

I still don't know of any other franchise who literally gutted their starting quarterbacks entire WR core entering a contract year.


While also simultaneously going into the season with potentially one of the worst OL's in the history of the league.


If someone else can think of a comparable example, I'd like to hear it.

#3101362 Gary Kubiak

Posted by TheRed on 23 November 2014 - 11:24 AM

Some coaches are simply just better as coordinators. It's a totally different animal being in charge of everything.


After witnessing Rivera make the same costly mistakes year after year without showing signs of truly learning from it, I'm just not sure if hiring the offensive equivalent of him is the right choice. This organization has to start taking chances, stop trying to play it safe all the time.

#3100398 Magic (5-8) @ Hornets (4-8)

Posted by TheRed on 21 November 2014 - 09:34 PM

These sports teams in Charlotte, ugh.

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