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KillerKat

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#2006629 Andrew Luck

Posted by KillerKat on 18 November 2012 - 06:46 PM

Luck is sucking pretty hard right now


#2006600 I had to record the game, it stopped recording with 5:08 left in the 4th

Posted by KillerKat on 18 November 2012 - 06:42 PM

This game is your wife's fault. Divorce immediately.


#2005291 Official Panthers vs Bucs Game Thread

Posted by KillerKat on 18 November 2012 - 04:15 PM

Chud yet again goes full retard at the end of the game.


#2005152 Official Panthers vs Bucs Game Thread

Posted by KillerKat on 18 November 2012 - 03:53 PM

MadHatter is crying in a corner somewhere.


#2004725 The difference between Cam 2011 and Cam 2012...

Posted by KillerKat on 18 November 2012 - 02:57 PM

Cam is pressured on 33.3% of drop backs which is about 9th most in the league. 1 in 4 times Cam is pressured its a sack. Those sacks take on average 3.52 seconds to land.

It takes him on average 5.46 seconds to decide to scramble. That's the fourth longest time in the NFL.

It takes him on average 3.04 seconds to throw. That's the third longest time in the NFL.

Anyway you shape it, Cam is spending a long time in the pocket, no wonder the pressures are coming thick and fast. Whether it's the routes being run, the WRs not getting seperation, the OLine allowing quick pressure Cam needs to make quicker decisions. This isn't surprising, most young players struggle with quick decisions early in their career so it's not a huge concern.

If his WRs are covered well, scramble or throw it away. Pressure in his face? Check down. Routes taking a while to develop, then roll out the pocket and keep the opposing DLine guessing. Cam needs to make quicker decisions and that will help his porous OLine out.



Ok you just said Cam is pressured the 9th most in the league. Which means Cam is scrambling more which of course would lead to a higher time to throw because he still has the ball in his hands. QBs that are really mobile will take a longer time to sack because they're moving around also. I find that 5 seconds to decide to scramble really hard to believe. What do they consider scrambling because i see Cam moving around a lot.


#2004640 The difference between Cam 2011 and Cam 2012...

Posted by KillerKat on 18 November 2012 - 02:41 PM

Loads of fail in this post but I've bolded a complete factual error. On average Cam has 3.52 seconds in the pocket before he is sacked. That is the 11th longest in the league.


I like stats with more substance. Does that stat include pressures and hits? I can see that Cam gets pressured a lot just by watching the games. According to football outsiders, our pass protection is 24th in the league. They use adjusted sack rate.

Adjusted Sack Rate (ASR)/Sack Rate: Sack Rate represents sacks divided by pass plays, which include passes, sacks, and aborted snaps. It is a better measure of pass blocking than total sacks because it takes into account how often an offense passes the ball. Adjusted Sack Rate adds adjustments for opponent quality, as well as down and distance (sacks are more common on third down, especially third-and-long


http://www.footballo...rs.com/stats/ol

They also have our run blocking as 31st.

So tell me how does this help our QB?


#2004274 The difference between Cam 2011 and Cam 2012...

Posted by KillerKat on 18 November 2012 - 01:59 PM

Cam Newton was what everyone dreamed he would be last season. He was accurate, showed poise in the pocket, read defenses, and had every skill set a QB needed to succeed in the NFL. So what's the difference from last year to this year. It's not like Cam decided "Oh well hmm Im going to play like poo because I just don't feel it this year."

There are many reasons why Cam has regressed this season. The biggest reason is Chud our OC. He threw out everything that worked last year in favor of the read option AS A BASE OFFENSE. No more professional NFL base offense in Carolina anymore. The read option slows down everything, not allowing Cam to read the defense after the snap, allows defenders extra time to get into the backfield which kills our run game. Which leads me to my next point.

Chud also decided it was a good time not to use our 90 million dollar backfield anymore. We have 2 runningbacks with 1,000 yard a year potential and added another RB that was supposed to boost our running game potential to extreme heights. But no, Chud decided screw that. His philosophy is better than anyone else in the league. Chud's ego is so big he believes anything he calls is unstoppable. How is a 2nd year QB supposed to succeed with no running game what so ever? Cam should've been able to lean on our running game this season to help him succeed, but our OC went full retard.

The third reason is of course Rivera, Hurney, and the coaching staff. How does Cam regress so much as far as mechanics? Why hasn't Cam been allowed to call audibles? The coaching staff is the only reason why. Cam improved throughout the year last season with his mechanics. It's the only conclusion. We also didn't strengthen our line this offseason. Our biggest plan was a rookie and a backup lineman to start at guard for us. Not to mention Gross is wildly inconsistent. As a result, Cam has been forced to run for his life and make 1-2 second decisions because our line can't block.

Yes Cam isn't playing well this season. Part of it is his fault, but very little. Out of 100%, I would say 5% at the most is his fault. He was not given any help at all this season. The front office and coaching staff should've done all they could to help out our second year QB, but they failed. Cam now has to start all over from scratch. Right now what you are seeing is the ending result of all of the reasons I listed above. We won't see the real Cam again until we get a competent coaching staff and can surround him with the players we need in order for him to succeed. Until then, get off Cam's back and stop blaming him for our offensive woes. He is the last person you should bash.


#2002786 Jeff Byers to start again at RG(bye Cam)

Posted by KillerKat on 17 November 2012 - 01:16 AM

Brooklyn Logic:

Illogical: 100%

Logic: 0%


#2000546 Some more Chuck love

Posted by KillerKat on 15 November 2012 - 07:37 AM

Say his fuging name!


#1998704 Panthers to sign Jeremy Bridges

Posted by KillerKat on 13 November 2012 - 08:04 PM

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/


#1997121 The Myth of Cam Newton under pressure dispelled

Posted by KillerKat on 12 November 2012 - 09:27 PM

If you need stats in order to form your own opinion because you can't do it yourself with your own two eyes, then you are nothing more than a robotic imbecile that can't think for himself with very little knowledge of what is really going on. It isn't rocket science. Anyone that is football knowledgeable, or at least has a brain, can see with their own two eyes that Cam has very little time to set his feet and make throws most of the time. You don't need stats to tell you that.


#1994765 Post you're reaction to to the Trindon Holliday punt return for a TD

Posted by KillerKat on 11 November 2012 - 08:14 PM

"Boy I'm sure glad Hurney passed over Holliday and Jacoby Jones in favor of AE and Pilares"


#1993910 Cam isn't allowed to audible

Posted by KillerKat on 11 November 2012 - 04:47 PM

I now put even less blame on Cam. I said he was a part of the problem while the coaches were most of the problem. Now I don't think he is even 2% or 1% of the problem. People bashing Cam don't know football.


#1993700 JR and Morrison MEETING on Camera During the Game

Posted by KillerKat on 11 November 2012 - 04:25 PM

He said "my biscuit is gone, it was right here. it is gone. it is gone!"


#1993510 Cam isn't allowed to audible

Posted by KillerKat on 11 November 2012 - 04:04 PM

No no no no its all Cam's fault, he sucks. Trade him and draft Geno Smith. We will win multiple Super Bowls!




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