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doogy

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#3047477 Don't panic folks, still ahead of the division!

Posted by doogy on 26 October 2014 - 10:01 PM

The only thing giving me hope on Thursday is the fact that the Saints are a completely different team on the road. But coming off of a big win (pending) against a team who just crushed us on a short week doesn't seem promising to me. Especially since we lost a tough game today.

 

It'll be interesting to see how the team responds mentally. I hope they understand it is as close to a must-win situation as there will be this season. 




#3029253 the official "ron fuging sucks" thread

Posted by doogy on 19 October 2014 - 02:04 PM

Perhaps we can blame Ron for the lack of motivation heading into the game, but he's not the one missing assignments and tackles out there. Our team has played like absolute garbage. 




#2821509 USA vs Ghana

Posted by doogy on 16 June 2014 - 05:32 PM

Ghana is noticeably better. US better score another. 




#2745157 2014 NHL PLAYOFFS (Round 2)

Posted by doogy on 20 April 2014 - 05:33 PM

Initially, I thought it was a clean hit. But, Seabrook could have slowed down a bit once the puck was gone, which is the only reason he deserves punishment. Seabrook had it in his mind that he was going to hit him regardless if he got the puck or not. A few years ago and that hit is fine and most are blaming Backes for watching the puck, just a different day and age although I do agree he deserved some type of penalty. 3 games is too much IMO




#2744687 2014 NHL PLAYOFFS (Round 2)

Posted by doogy on 20 April 2014 - 11:53 AM

Nathan MacKinnon will be the best player in the league in 2-3 years, mark my words. You could already argue he's top 5.

 

Had the privilege to watch him here in Halifax a few times. Same type of player as Crosby (both from same town, schools, and training as well), extremely strong skater with high hockey-IQ. He was a man among boys in Junior and you could tell he was going to be special, he and Crosby will soon be 1-2 in the NHL. 




#2741828 2014 NHL PLAYOFFS (Round 2)

Posted by doogy on 16 April 2014 - 10:58 PM

Habs-Bolts was a very exciting game. Glad my boys came out on top, don't know how many more of those I can take though, very intense. From what I saw from Pitt-CBJ it was exciting too, but I feel as though that is what the series will be like - CBJ battles hard every game, may even win 2 games - but fall short in the end. 




#2741572 According to PFT Panthers have interest in Sidney Rice

Posted by doogy on 16 April 2014 - 06:52 PM

He signed with Seahawks, per Ian Rapoport




#2720706 Our LT: Laurent Duvernay-Tardif

Posted by doogy on 29 March 2014 - 09:08 AM

This guy is an absolute beast. My good friend plays QB for St.Mary's University and was able to see Duvernay-Tardif play this past season and said that he was the best athlete/football player he's ever seen. The impressive thing is he's in med school and has little time to practice during the week but yet he was still able to dominate come gameday.

 

His workouts/one-on-ones are impressive but I havn't seen any game tape, but based on the fact that several teams were at his pro day a couple of days ago, including the Cards GM, must mean something. Hard to judge a CIS guy going to the NFL but if he's there in the later rounds then I wouldn't be opposed. Everything I've heard has been positive 




#2716871 Merril Hoge: Clowney has very poor football skills; Khalil Mack best defensiv...

Posted by doogy on 26 March 2014 - 10:31 AM

I see where Hoge is coming from but to say he won't/can't change is a little over the top. He just needs some good coaching and motivation to get him to an elite status. The thing is Clowney has never needed to do certain things because he's such a freak. 




#2704410 Mandatory Reading (shiny hood ornament theory)

Posted by doogy on 18 March 2014 - 10:24 AM

seems to be a pretty terrible article. it starts out suggesting and then at one point outright says having good wide receivers isnt all that important to an NFL offense. any panther fan whose been around even a decent amount of time seems to know this is not the case.

seems that you didn't read the whole article




#2704397 Mandatory Reading (shiny hood ornament theory)

Posted by doogy on 18 March 2014 - 10:19 AM

Kerry Byrne knows what he's talking about and he's certainly right about this. Just look at Seattle, no stud WRs last year but they all benefitted from a strong O-line and running game. I'm not saying we don't need to address the position, but we need to make sure our O-line is patched up first, especially since we are a run-first team with two good RBs




#2702393 Offensive Draft Phiosophoy | 2 TE Set & WR

Posted by doogy on 17 March 2014 - 01:40 PM

This was well thought out and I agree, not only does it make sense but it follows what Gettleman will most likely do. I've been saying all along, all we need to get is a solid WR in free agency and then get 1-2 in the draft. It's not like we spread it out as much anymore and there's no reason to believe that we won't run the ball just as much or more than last year. 




#2609143 Byron Bell, Brandon LaFell and Melvin White lost us this game

Posted by doogy on 12 January 2014 - 04:20 PM

lol LaFell?? That was a terrible throw. Bell, along with the Oline overall played as well as they could considering the situations they were out in. And I think our whole secondary got exposed today. If anything I was really disappointed in our pass rush today, Hardy and Johnson were essentially non-existent




#2589663 3 Reasons Im glad its the 49ers

Posted by doogy on 05 January 2014 - 08:23 PM

1-west coast team playing on the east coast, jet lag and such.

2-Our defensive strength is their offensive strength, Shut down the run game and see if they can beat you passing, which I don't think, Kaep couldn't do it the first time with 90 yards passing.

3-Cam against an aggressive defense can be very good if they overpursue like they did on rodgers all day long today.

Only thing is they didn't have Crabtree or Davis (for most of game) which really limited them last time. Our offense will have to play much better than they have been for us to win, but man our defense at home will be playing lights out. Expect this one to be really close once again. 




#2588460 49ers/Packers Game thread

Posted by doogy on 05 January 2014 - 05:00 PM

I thought they said before the game that because it is the playoffs the league managed the field leading up to the game.

 

makes sense, I didn't hear that part.






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