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#2899662 Possible DE Trade?

Posted by Marguide on Yesterday, 09:51 AM

FACT : The Panthers have what probably is the deepest group of Defensive Ends in the entire NFL.



When NFL teams look for valuable trades, they first look to teams that have talent to spare in the position of need. We all know this, it is obvious. The Panthers have 3rd string defensive ends that would be definite second string or possibly even situational first string players around the NFL.



Here are the locks to make the team, in order of skill level:


Charles Johnson

Greg Hardy

Kony Ealy

Frank Alexander (after 4 game suspension)

Mario Addison

Wes Horton


Listed are 6 defensive ends that belong on NFL rosters. However, there is probably only room for 5 on the 53 man roster.


I smell a trade.




Consider this as well...


They don't have to do anything now (before roster cut downs) due to Alexander's suspension. They can wait until the season has started when the demand may be higher due to injuries.


If they can't work a deal prior to week 5, then what do they do? Assuming all our guys are healthy, who goes?

#2898844 Byron Bell starting is a "fait accompli"

Posted by Marguide on 19 August 2014 - 06:57 PM

I've been down on Byron's play since his first season starting, but it looks like he's starting to put it together.


Great for him and the team. Keep doing well and the Huddle's harsh criticism will turn into a love fest quicker than you can say "Philly Brown".

#2897498 Guys..

Posted by Marguide on 18 August 2014 - 08:53 PM

All this shows is there is at least one NFL player actually worse than Fua.



#2896166 Josh Norman was pulled

Posted by Marguide on 18 August 2014 - 12:10 AM

Unfortunately, I think Josh is one of those guys that will never put it together mentally.


It's a shame, because the guy could maybe be good if he could get his act together. He hasn't done it yet in spite of the obvious consequences, so he likely never will.


I don't know Josh and he may be a fine person. From a casual observer standpoint though, he seems to be a case of "you can't fix stupid".

#2886584 does barner make the team?

Posted by Marguide on 11 August 2014 - 04:21 PM

...but honestly he just doesn't look like an NFL player.




Some guys just look out of their element once they hit the NFL, and to me, Barner is one of those guys.  Can't see him sticking in the league much beyond this year. Someone will give him a chance after we cut him, but unless he turns it around big time, he needs to start thinking about a second career.

#2885636 Stewart on the practice field

Posted by Marguide on 10 August 2014 - 09:51 PM

 Throw in his receiving ability and pass blocking skills and he's superior to DeAngelo especially with DeAngelo's age.



  He's the better blocker, receiver, and put up similar stats ...



Stewart is the most rounded RB on our squad (speed, power, agility, vision, athleticism, blocking, receiving, etc). 



again Stewart has the edge in receiving, blocking, and power........that's about it


This is perhaps the greatest Huddle myth. Our version of the Loch Ness monster.


PFF rated RB's for a 3 year period on their blocking skills. Who was not just bad, but actually the worst in the league? J Stew.


Don't believe me, fine, read it yourself here:


#2878182 Peter King - Pablo =Panthro

Posted by Marguide on 05 August 2014 - 10:12 PM

Para mi, el reportero no se llama Peter, es mejor a llamar el como cabron o hijo de puta.


O como esta Verga King? Asi mi gusta.

#2875833 Cam makes nice with Peter King

Posted by Marguide on 04 August 2014 - 05:58 AM

Cam is a bigger man than I am. 


King has been outright vindictive with some of his past comments about Cam. He doesn't deserve respect, and I wouldn't have made the effort to meet him halfway.


Fug Peter King.

#2875209 The Battle of the Beards 2014 - Round 1

Posted by Marguide on 03 August 2014 - 03:44 PM

... or maybe im just stalker weird.


Uh................................no comment.

#2872109 Cover32 Preseason Power Rankings

Posted by Marguide on 31 July 2014 - 05:00 PM

 In all honesty Gross wasn't THAT great either last year, just has always been an household name. 


Gross was really good last year. One of the top performing tackles in the league last year according to the various rating sites like FO's. It's okay to be optimistic about the team this year, but that doesn't mean we have to minimize the impact of some of the players no longer with the team. 


No way the Eagles are a playoff team next year unless the Skins, Cowboys or Giants can't get above 9-7. Eagles defense is bottom 5 in the entire league and Foles had a fluke year. He's a terrible QB. Defenses will adjust to Chip Kelly's offense and they'll probably be somewhere around 8-8, probably worse.


I don't think Foles is as good as his stats last year indicate either, but to say he's a terrible QB is just not accurate. "Terrible" is appropriate for Sanchez or The Golden Calf, not for Foles.

#2869795 Training Camp Wrapup - July 29

Posted by Marguide on 29 July 2014 - 10:25 PM

Echoing the sentiments of many others on here, superb job.


Thanks much. It really makes those of us far away feel a part of the experience.

#2861188 Speed & Quickness at WR

Posted by Marguide on 22 July 2014 - 04:31 PM

I think many here may also be surprised by one of our vets. Pilares is a guy with some speed and twitch, and although he has been used very sparingly other than kick returns (in part due to injuries), he generally delivered when he had opportunities on offense.


He could be our sleeper in the WR corps this year as a slot option.

#2850807 long term deal for hardy was never in the plans

Posted by Marguide on 14 July 2014 - 10:05 PM

Keep in mind we had to apply the tag to Hardy before the draft. There was no guarantee we would get Ealy at that point.


Also, you cannot equate overpaying for RB's with DE's. One is a premium position (DE), the other is not.

#2819277 Hurney got a full time radio shown on 710

Posted by Marguide on 13 June 2014 - 08:55 PM

No Marty Hurney = No Cam or Luke possibly.

Look at the good. He left us with two POY caliber players in the most important positions of that side of the ball..





Marty fuged up many things, but the core of this team is his. From Newton to Kuechly to Kalil to CJ to Hardy etc., these are all his guys. 


I love what Gettleman is doing, but that doesn't mean I can't give the old guy props for what he did. 


This is not yet Gettleman's team. Let's give him a few years to see what he assembles. 


All I'm saying is it's easy to criticize with the gift of hindsight. Yeah, Marty was obviously mistaken to give out the contracts he did, but he did a lot of things right too.

#2818697 Fluff piece on Norman

Posted by Marguide on 13 June 2014 - 11:03 AM

Forget the Buffalo game. Forget the Chicago game. That kind of stuff can happen to any young player.


On the other hand, there was the game later in the season when Norman was in as a blocker on ST's during a kick return. So what does he do? He grabs his man by the shoulder pads and throws him to the ground, negating a decent kick return. That is just sheer stupidity and shows a total lack of discipline.


Norman's problems are all between his ears. I hold out very little hope he will ever really get it.

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