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#2974223 Should we make a Trade?

Posted by Ruff on Yesterday, 10:03 PM

Nope.  What's wrong with that trade?


One, Coples is garbage.


Two, lol @ trading a 3rd round pick for a dude who was a first round pick just a couple of years ago.


Three, no team on this planet other than us (for some ungodly reason) wants Josh Norman within 100 feet of their roster.

#2973268 You find out who the true Panthers fans are

Posted by Ruff on Yesterday, 02:15 PM

by their opinion of Steve Smith now. If you are a true Panthers fan, don't bash the guy. He is amazing. Steve Smith is the man and will always be the man. Did great things for this franchise. He always just wanted to be a Panther, til last off season happened. We all should completely understand why it happened. We all miss Steve, but its a business. 


I don't want him to have a big game against us, Id prefer LaFell like numbers from him. But if he goes off, just be happy for him. He needs as many great days in his career as he can get so he can go to Canton. Most here said a good day by Steve now is 5/60 so far he is exceeding that by a bunch. 


Last night could have been that "trap" game, us getting caught looking to this week against Ravens. I thought we'd easily beat Steelers. Maybe the team thought so too. The o line getting beat by a three man rush is pathetic. They need to tell the lineman, don't let any motherfuger touch the QB like they did in Falcons hard knocks. Annnnnnnnd good things RB's are a dime a dozen.



Come out and destroy these mothafugin ugly birds................................but respect 89!!!!!!!!


Actually, it would be the opposite. You would find out who the true Panthers fans are judging by how much distaste they have for Smitty now that he is on another team. Only Steve Smith fans would pull for Smitty on another team and care about him so much, not true Panthers fans.


True Panthers fans realize that this team is WAY bigger than one player will ever.


Sorry to burst your bubble, bro.

#2972970 Both Tolbert and Stewart getting MRIs

Posted by Ruff on Yesterday, 12:20 PM

I wouldn't be surprised if Stewart has a serious injury. 


Tolbert, I'm not so sure about, but it's being called an MRI on his "leg", while Stewart's is specifically on his knee. 

#2972952 Something the Huddle always forgets...

Posted by Ruff on Yesterday, 12:14 PM

Losing is never necessary. 


If it was, the Dolphins would never have had a perfect season and won the Super Bowl.

#2972615 Something the Huddle always forgets...

Posted by Ruff on Yesterday, 10:22 AM

Offensively, our coaches are not very good outside of Ricky Proehl (who is getting the most out of Benji and random other cast-offs). That's what is worrying.

The defense is fine and will be fine. Coming across a running back tandem that looked like Marcus Allen and Jerome Bettis on their own out there is rare, and something we can fix.

Being vanilla on offense and trying to do the same thing over and over wont change. How do I know? It has been the same since Chud left and Shula took over. He has no idea how to adapt or change the offense. He's the lead weight dragging us down.

And Matsko? Is he really bad? Really genius? I have no idea because we have The Ghost Of Ryan Kalil and four back-ups starting for us on the offensive line. How Cam hasn't died on tw field yet, I have no idea.

#2972081 If Hardy is found Innocent we really need to reconsider letting him go

Posted by Ruff on Yesterday, 12:42 AM

I think hardy has the presents


What kind of presents? 

#2971981 I can't imagine moving forward without some type of offensive changes; wh...

Posted by Ruff on Yesterday, 12:01 AM

Turner has turned out to be, quite honestly, not very good. I credit it to him being a rookie, but the dude looks overwhelmed every single game. 


Our offense lacks speed. I mean, besides Philly, who the hell do we have that is fast? DWill is hurt. Tolbert is fat. JStew is JStew (hurt again, wtf?), Brockel is a non-factor, KB is awesome but slow, Bersin is slow, Avant is shifty, Cotchery is hurt, etc.


Maybe Reaves? Who the hell knows at this point.

#2971668 Ferrari QB used like a '85 Camry

Posted by Ruff on 21 September 2014 - 11:22 PM

So does Kallil.


And Turner... And Velasco... And Chandler... And Amini.


Again, the whole offensive line sucks/sucked.

#2971598 Ferrari QB used like a '85 Camry

Posted by Ruff on 21 September 2014 - 11:16 PM

Except Kallil gave up more sacks than him.


And Bell had 25 yards worth of penalties.


Your point?

#2970748 Cam lost it.

Posted by Ruff on 21 September 2014 - 10:21 PM

lol gtfo

#2967424 Steve Smith Taking Shots at Cam Now

Posted by Ruff on 21 September 2014 - 04:02 PM

Game plan should be to get a late hit on him. Let him blow up and throw a punch. Get him ejected. Done.

#2966187 6 years, $150,250,000, $54,000,000 guaranteed, Projected contract f...

Posted by Ruff on 20 September 2014 - 08:39 PM

You are using playoff clutchness as a precursor to a good contract when no gm in the league does that. As long as the QB is a franchise QB as Cam is he will get paid. There are plenty of qb's in the top15 right now who have no playoff clutchness in their resume but still got paid. I don't know why this point is not making it across to you but you need to acknowledge reality. Cam may again lose in the playoff first round this year but it won't affect his contract at all. If you want that to change you need to try your hardest to get a job as a gm and put a requirement for year 4 qb's to be clutch in the playoffs to get a contract otherwise you are speaking a whole lot of nothing lol.

Post the three biggest QB contracts. Every one of those QBs have multiple playoff wins. Yes, playoff wins (as evidenced by flacco) have a very large determination on the qb's contract. To say otherwise is wrong.

Look, I get it. I think Cam is head and shoulders the best of the young QBs. I believe Luck is his only peer, and even still, Cam is proven to be (at least statistically*) better than all of them (Wilson included).

But, there's all of this talk of how te salary cap will rise and QB contracts will as well. I agree with that. But, as the job market indicates, other positions contracts will rise, too. That includes LT, WRs, MLBs, etc.

To me, Luke is just as important to the team as Cam. So, do you think his agent would say, "well, Luke is great and potentially one of the best ever. And I see Cam got this 150m+ contract, but my client, being the generous man he is, will take 40% of that number"? No, he won't.

So, the team becomes a balancing act of how much do you pay Luke and how much do you pay Cam, because, in the end, the two will need huge contracts, demanding of their elite status.

*i say statistically because I know someone is going to come in and say, "Wilson is better. He has Super Bowl ring!"

#2966184 Mike Mitchell talks about playing the Panthers

Posted by Ruff on 20 September 2014 - 08:30 PM

Always made me wonder why we didn't offer him a multi year deal when we signed him. I realize he was JAG until he got here, but he would have been a cheap sign.

Then again, they didn't ask me.

I agree. I would think signing a player like Mitchell (who you think has talent + is still young) to a 2-year, small deal would be the best bet. I know those signings could be risky, but it seems like a risk/reward scenario.

#2965079 6 years, $150,250,000, $54,000,000 guaranteed, Projected contract f...

Posted by Ruff on 19 September 2014 - 06:30 PM

Kaep's contract is what is going to fug us.

Also, people tend to forget Cam's agent is Bus Cook. Lol. He's going to get every single dollar he can.

#2965067 6 years, $150,250,000, $54,000,000 guaranteed, Projected contract f...

Posted by Ruff on 19 September 2014 - 06:16 PM

Yea get rid of the Franchise Qb okay

If it comes down to cash-strapping the team, is the context of this conversation, not people just telling Cam to leave.

Sounds to me like you're a Cam fan and not a Panthers fan.

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