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#1520445 Are They Really Losing Faith?

Posted by Marguide on 14 November 2011 - 11:57 PM

I have no photoshop skills, but I would love it if someone could transpose Rivera's face on this, hat and all.

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#1518806 Comments on Today's Collapse.

Posted by Marguide on 14 November 2011 - 01:25 AM

There will be. When you get your head on straight and come back down to earth. I leave there will be another realist that will come along. There always is.

Ever notice that people that call themselves "realists" tend to be the lunatic fringe? No?

As someone that likes to analyze, and clearly you do, have you asked yourself why it seems the rest of the world is always wrong and you are always right?

Have you asked yourself what drives you to continue to re-register here a couple of times a day so you can point out what you can see that no one else can?

Why not write the Panthers' front office? Or the newspapers? Or just do more promoting of your dynasty site, where you can write pages and pages and no one will be there to point out your errors?

Really...what is your goal with all this?

#1518792 Comments on Today's Collapse.

Posted by Marguide on 14 November 2011 - 01:11 AM

PFFL after all?


Why the mods allow this nonsense to continue is beyond me. All PFFL does is sign up 2 or 3 times a day with different names, litters every thread with his delusional drivel, trying to "win" by drowning out any other opinion, at the expense of the rest of the forum.

There has to be an end to this at some point.

#1514737 A scary stat for the offense...

Posted by Marguide on 12 November 2011 - 07:44 PM

But if I had to play your stupid race card game, yes, I think on average a white QB is a much better passer, and it has less to do with the color of their skin, but more to do with the fact that they are less athletic, are more intelligent and less jock, and stick to one thing.

I can't imagine why anyone would think you were a racist! I mean just re-read that nice balanced statement above.

Everyone knows that whites are less athletic and more intelligent, right?

Some of the crap you spew convinces me you need serious help. And that is not something I am throwing around loosely. You need professional physicological help. Do yourself a favor and get it.

#1514064 A scary stat for the offense...

Posted by Marguide on 12 November 2011 - 02:08 AM

I have to say. Right now, it is Aaron Rodgers and then everyone else is a distant second. He has been by far the best QB in football this season.

What amazes me is how he can place his throws into such tight windows. He has a receiver corps that would be the envy of any other team, but keep in mind that defenses know that he will be throwing and he puts up ridiculous stats in spite of that.

If that team had a really good back, i.e. someone like J Stew or better, they would be unstoppable.

As a football fan watching a season like he is having, all you can do is sit back and enjoy the experience. I hate it that they beat us, but you have to respect what he does week after week after week.

#1513078 A scary stat for the offense...

Posted by Marguide on 11 November 2011 - 10:32 AM

Another rehash of a thread that has gone on ad nauseum. The offense in general is fine. But it dosn't operate in a vacuum. The statistics on how often a team scores is highly dependent on how long it has to drive the ball. Teams that start from their own 40 yard line for example are in field goal range after moving the ball 30 yards. This assumes your kicker can make a 40 yarder. Going from your 20. it would take 50 yards for a field goal try and 80 yards for a Td. Where are we in startiing field position? Near the bottom.

If we are at the top in 80 yard scoring drives we are obviously moving the ball but what people don't figure in is that if it takes 7 minutes to score the good news is that we kept the other offense off the field but if they then take 6 minutes to score on our defense, the first quarter is essentially over and we had one possession. So instead of rehashing the same old crap in the other thread lets at least give this a different spin. Those of you with access to advanced stats and the time to do it. How does our number of offensive possessions per game compare to other teams in the top five. Of thoose possessions, how many are 40 yards or less. How many are over 40 yards? Of those over 40, how many end up with punts, versus missed field goals or turnovers instead of points.


We are 30th in number of possessions per game. Surprisingly, the teams below us are the Packers and San Diego. As you would expect, we have a far worse starting field position than those teams, coming in at 24th in the league. We also do well in points per drive, ranking 6th.

The only stat in which we are off on a per drive basis is interceptions, coming in at 24th.

Given that we are 29th in penalties per game and we have more offensive than defensive penalties, and given that we are 30th in number of possessions per game, I am certain we would come in last in number of penalties per drive.

So we need to work on the interceptions and cut down the penalties, and we should score with the best teams in the league.

#1508878 Rivera deflects responsibility for penalties

Posted by Marguide on 08 November 2011 - 10:23 AM

You can understand Rivera's situation. Invisible flags have at least cost us 2 games this season. Its not like our team is getting many faults starts or PF penalty's, its holding calls that could be called every single snap. I feel like the refs are not even warning players anymore they are just throwing the flag every single time.

The difference isn't as dramatic as it might seem. We've had 19 holding calls (18 that were enforced, 1 was declined) and 14 false starts.

Total offensive pre-snap penalties? 21. Throw in offsides? 30. So roughly 42% of our total penalties have come pre-snap. These are typically considered mental errors.

#1507342 Dispelling the new myth about our offense and defense

Posted by Marguide on 07 November 2011 - 11:14 AM

You just had to do this didn't you Teeray?

Now we will be treated to another "Homer's Odyssey" that no one will understand, but makes perfect logical sense to the author.

#1507130 "Talk about that kid in Carolina, but this kid Dalton is pretty good"

Posted by Marguide on 07 November 2011 - 04:07 AM

Of course you can just not with most. By NFL offensive standards which actually lead to winning, absolutely. But yeah Dalton's got the far easier schedule so who know how he would do if he had our schedule but I also have no idea what he would look like with Smith.

But Cam's has a lot of yards but they're primarily due to Smith, not Cam's amazing accuracy with the long ball. One of the worst in the league in pics and average accuracy. Are you really buying that a QB who's a 60% accuracy is more accurate throwing the deep ball than when he throws short? It's Smith. Everyone keeps getting it backwards and its insulting. Smith is carrying Cam most not the other way around. Dude has nearly 1000 yards in 8 games but 4 TD's. LOL. Who's getting his TD's? Think about it.

It doesn't matter if you use poetry or prose, you don't make a damn bit of sense.

#1503918 Madden 35 Cover.

Posted by Marguide on 05 November 2011 - 02:34 AM

Anyone that seriously buys into the idea of a Madden curse needs to know that their credibility regarding pretty much everything flies right out the window.

Come on. You guys are smarter than that.

#1503525 Dearest GRG and TRD....

Posted by Marguide on 04 November 2011 - 06:30 PM

GRG, I know you are a Skins fan and it is not unexpected that your opinions would differ. However, there is a way to do it, and a way not to do it, as pointed out by Floppin.

Boltergeist and Johnny Rockets are fans of other teams, but no one ever complains about them because they don't come on here and make snide little comments about the team intended to rile people up.

If you stay, great. Just don't act all innocent as if your intentions have been consistently honorable all along.

#1502272 Greg Hardy

Posted by Marguide on 03 November 2011 - 05:49 PM

Hardy's good.

Google's barrel roll search is too.

The OccupyTebow movement is even better.

If the last two comments leave you baffled, don't worry. It's sort of an inside joke.

#1501750 Reasons to Not Like Cam at This Point

Posted by Marguide on 03 November 2011 - 12:23 PM

#6 2-6

So why do you care? You are a self-declared Skins fan. Shouldn't you be more concerned about Beck and Grossman than Cam Newton? What is the point in coming on here just to talk sh!t about Newton or to promote Cinci's QB?

Explain it to us please.

#1500770 "How many NFL teams would trade their QB for Cam?"

Posted by Marguide on 02 November 2011 - 07:31 PM

If they had a brain in their head, all of them.

Yes, I honestly believe that. Given his talent, his age, his contract, his size and speed, and his attitude, he is the most valuable QB in the league.

Not the best; just the most valuable.

#1497382 Merril hodge says cam newton a top 5 qb right now.

Posted by Marguide on 31 October 2011 - 11:32 PM

Beat me to it rayzor. If Pantherball isn't TRD, he is someone that has studied and perfected the TRD "how to piss off an internet forum" playbook. It has to be him, because there is no chance that there is two guys on the planet, let alone the same forum, that act that way.

Pantherball isn't TRD/Camdemonium. TRD does what he does just to be a d!ck. He doesn't write walls of text arguing inane viewpoints, he just chips away at the edges.

Pantherball, aka PantherFan4Life, tries his hardest to pick out "facts" that support his particular world view, in this case, his belief that Cam is a narcissistic choke artist.

Very different animals, but equally obnoxious in their own way.

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