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#2915786 Is Cam Newton Really A Franchise QB

Posted by cbarrier90 on Today, 01:09 AM

Is that Nicolas cage as a cat? Sorry I been drinking tonight and don't get what your trying to say.

Also I'm just trying to be realistic. Right now can isn't a top 10 QB. I love cam and he's probably my favorite panther but I'm also not going to let that make me be in denial about what he is. He was the best QB. Choice we had in the draft and could be a top 5 QB one day but after 3 years he is not.

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#2915768 Is Cam Newton Really A Franchise QB

Posted by cbarrier90 on Today, 01:01 AM

It's funny how this forum responds to any negative criticism of Cam. All of OP's thoughts are reasonable.


It's funny how all Cam's done since he's arrived is be a franchise quarterback and our own fans are still critiquing...

#2915765 Is Cam Newton Really A Franchise QB

Posted by cbarrier90 on Today, 01:00 AM

Why? Why must retards inter the huddle?



#2911145 Panthers Cuts 8-26

Posted by cbarrier90 on 27 August 2014 - 01:01 AM

Most of y'all know some of the more intricate NFL rules than I do, so I ask how come when we wanted to IR Gaffney he was able to get snatched, but when the Patriots IR'd him it's all good?

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I think it's because we couldn't stash him so early on in the process without putting him through waivers first. I guess the rules change once you get down to 75.

#2900808 Manziel Not Impressing

Posted by cbarrier90 on 21 August 2014 - 07:38 AM

It's a football field it isn't church. If you've played any sport with atleast minimal level competition which judging by pictures I can tell you probably haven't you'd know when you are playing emotions run high.

The same emotions people love from their favorite players are the same people like scot don't want to see from players they don't like.

See sherman, Brady, farve, and even our cam. People don't want their favorite players to be happy when they lose but every cam detractor will hop all over him and cite pouting. It's the same in every case. Conformation bias.

What manziel did wasnt wrong or that big of a deal. It was a player showing emotion and using a gesture to jaw back at the opposing team. The majority in this thread made up their minds about him long before he stepped on the field. Which is really fuging pathetic.

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What's really pathetic is that you're giving guys a pass because "THIS IS FUTBAWL, DAGUMIT."

You do know it's possible to play football with a little sense of decorum, right? If that wasn't the case, you'd have 30 teams running bounty programs. These are all guys making a nice living and the last thing they want to see is for that opportunity to be taken away from a fellow player.

I really don't see why this needs such vehement defense from you. It's not like Johnny just got kicked out of the league, but it probably cost him the starting job, because Hoyer is not one of those guys who is going to flip the bird walking away when things get bad.

#2898263 Rumors the Hornets might be interested in Josh Smith

Posted by cbarrier90 on 19 August 2014 - 12:57 PM

what? I'm not arguing with you

I know. I like to ramble too much.

#2897685 Manziel Not Impressing

Posted by cbarrier90 on 19 August 2014 - 12:22 AM

I'd like to know what the bench was saying to him. I'm pretty sure the finger would be justified if we knew that. Besides, didn't know flipping the bird was such a deplorable act. There are far worse things on tv people love to eat up. You guys have hated him since college. Your opinions about him were set no matter what he is gonna do.


*sigh*... you're missing the point.


It's about the double standard set for  the Manziels, Bradys, and Ryans of the world as opposed to the Cams and RG3s when it comes to on and off the field actions.


You won't find a single national media member who would let the latter get away with an act like that yet here is a national media member openly defending what is a deplorable act on national television by one of the former.

#2897671 Manziel Not Impressing

Posted by cbarrier90 on 18 August 2014 - 11:47 PM

It's really not the media's fault they just do what gets views. it's the public's fault. the public wants Cam to be a villain, thus ESPN is going to show that stuff. The public likes Johnny Manziel, thus they are going to slob on him. They aren't doing it for any other reason other than views.

I disagree. I think it's the opposite. ESPN and the news in general can influence a viewer's perception of what is happening in the world (Fox vs. CNN vs. MSNBC, etc) so if they make Johnny Manziel out to be the lead story all the time, the public will react as though Johnny Manziel is themost important figure in the NFL at the moment.

In the old days it was that recognition of the power of the media that made it a priority to report fairly, but once news started becoming more about the entertainment value than the news itself, it became "what can we do to start a conversation to stay relevant in the ratings?"

It's not like ESPN has a responsibility to be bound by that integrity anyway. Nowhere in those initials does it say anything about "News."

#2897648 Rumors the Hornets might be interested in Josh Smith

Posted by cbarrier90 on 18 August 2014 - 11:18 PM

lol I can't fathom how terrible of a move this would be


We took on Ben Gordon's even more horrendous contract and hit the jackpot. Top 10 pick and the space to sign Lance Stephenson.


The only way this move makes sense for us is if Detroit attaches an incentive like a future first on to it simply as a salary dump. I'd almost be willing to get something done if that were the case, but according to the parameters outlined by the article, absolutely no way.

#2897551 Manziel Not Impressing

Posted by cbarrier90 on 18 August 2014 - 10:05 PM

Media types like Pete Prisco are praising him for giving the finger.

I may vomit.

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If you're defending Johnny Manziel's actions and calling Bortles a slam dunk already while getting on Cam and RG3's case if they look at you the wrong way, I question your motives as a writer.

#2893715 Steph Curry interested in coming home?

Posted by cbarrier90 on 17 August 2014 - 01:17 PM

Can Dad put in a word for us or is that illegal?

It's illegal to mention Steph by name in situations where the team is being represented. You'll recall early on MJ got hit with tampering because he mentioned Kevin Durant by name.

But in Steph's case, whenever he visits family here you can't tell him to avoid all of the buzz around the city and you can't tell him to avoid all of these things the organization is doing with the unveiling where Dell is involved. That's where IMO the Hornets have an advantage.

#2890442 Steph Curry interested in coming home?

Posted by cbarrier90 on 14 August 2014 - 02:12 PM

Well, I think Bledsoe is going to be paid big time. I'm not sure about Thomas. I don't really want to think what Kemba will get. It has to be at least $8mil and I personally think that is too much; unless he plays big time this year.

Thomas just went to the Suns for the same price as the Heat got McBob, hence the standoff between the Suns and Bledsoe.

Too many good point guards in the league to have the market drive their prices up. Only a select few deserve maxes and right now Steph would be one of those guys but with his ankles who knows what happens to him three years from now?

#2890366 Henderson Highlights

Posted by cbarrier90 on 14 August 2014 - 01:03 PM

Its because he went to duke. thats basically it. He's worked hard for Charlotte.

Mcroberts went to duke and fans hated that he left and appreciated what he brought to the team.

We paid Henderson to be a piece of the rebuilding effort then proceeded to not ever have enough outside shooting. Henderson was practically allergic to threes and doesn't do anything special outside of a highlight reel poster maybe once a month. It's not that he's bad, he's just...average...and at this point in his career that's pretty much his ceiling.

With the additions of Lance and Hairston, it appears that he has become dead weight on the roster that we can't get rid of (which has been documented.)

Simplifying everything to a college basketball rivalry is ignoring the issue and I hate how everything Hornets-related has to be viewed in that light amongst fans whether it's McBob, Henderson, or Marvin Williams. The irony here is part of what made the Hornets a success early on was their ability to galvanize that college passion for the big three schools and others into one professional team.

#2888212 we have heard about kk's progression. what about star?

Posted by cbarrier90 on 12 August 2014 - 06:31 PM

Thoughts anyone?

Still can't believe he was there at 14 last year...

#2888079 Cam Newton's Huddle Up: Episode 2

Posted by cbarrier90 on 12 August 2014 - 04:46 PM

Urban Meyer said what?!?!

He'd be better off moving to another position...

While Urban Meyer was starting The Golden Calf of Bristol every week...

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