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smash_n_dash

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#3021953 Burfict Fined; No Suspension

Posted by smash_n_dash on 15 October 2014 - 10:07 AM

He's on notice so he will either do it again and get suspensions and higher fines or he'll correct his play and not do it again.


#3021355 So we get to see Peppers this weekend

Posted by smash_n_dash on 14 October 2014 - 08:01 PM

I'm more concerned that's its in GB instead of here


#3017991 3 frame look at Burfict ankle twist

Posted by smash_n_dash on 12 October 2014 - 11:36 PM

I contacted David Newton of ESPN and he'll be posting an artical on this topic at 8am Monday morning about it.  I've contacted a few other places too, trying to get the word out so that its a definite thing that he gets a suspenion for and not just a fine.




#2966718 You know what's gonna suck?

Posted by smash_n_dash on 21 September 2014 - 10:31 AM

is the sound normally delayed badly? im temped to turn on the radio call myself

I tried it once but I didn't have the capability of pausing the game to "sync" it up to the radio so it wasn't that enjoyable. I think it was joe buck and aikman back in the 2009-2010 seasons.


#2966475 Luke's jersey is best selling

Posted by smash_n_dash on 21 September 2014 - 02:46 AM

Well, he is the best defensive player in the league for starters. All of the domestic abuse issues are focused on offensive players except Hardy. which also brought attention to us. This brought a lot more female interest towards our team. Kuechly is a handsome man and woman fawn over him. We now control a majority of the female NFL fanbase... I don't know where this goes from here.


#2965909 Boycott Harris Teeter - Selling Steelers #1 cookies

Posted by smash_n_dash on 20 September 2014 - 03:35 PM

I am boycotting primary colors.

Living in a world without blue might be tough with your job


#2965395 Gotta love that this guy is on our team

Posted by smash_n_dash on 20 September 2014 - 02:44 AM

http://www.nfl.com/v...er-Thomas-Davis

 

Its easy to see why he's a leader.  Very humble but very direct and intelligent.  I wonder how much Davis has helped Kuechly's development and vice-versa.  Keep pounding Thomas.




#2964956 Are we overlooking the Steelers?

Posted by smash_n_dash on 19 September 2014 - 05:03 PM

What do you mean no Steeler threads? There has been a few and lots of mentions about player matchups in other threads as well


#2963978 Pittsburgh week - Hide yo Kids, Hide yo Wives, Ben is coming to the QC

Posted by smash_n_dash on 19 September 2014 - 12:56 AM

Given that Steeler fans are going to show up in force Sunday, there hasn't been a peep from them here. Surprising, imo


#2962563 Thursday practice injury updates

Posted by smash_n_dash on 18 September 2014 - 11:54 AM

Picked up Stewart for my fantasy team. Probably going to start him if D-Will is out. Pittsburgh's run defense is AWFUL

I'm positive that there is a better option than a Carolina RB for your fantasy team


#2962446 Jonathan Stewart with a sick tweet

Posted by smash_n_dash on 18 September 2014 - 11:02 AM

what does it say?

refers to the hundreds of criminal activities done by congress members in the recent past and it's clearly more rampant than the few cases you see in pro sports


#2962417 Exempt List

Posted by smash_n_dash on 18 September 2014 - 10:47 AM

I think that prior to the rice and Peterson issues the Panthers were willing to negotiate a future contract with Hardy if/when he's found innocent. It may not have been a high value contract for fear of future incidents occurring (has other character issues from the past) but I'm sure Gettleman would have been fine with something around $6-7M a year (if innocent). I really can't see how anything has changed since nothing that's happened since July has been Hardy's fault, so yes he could play for us past this season, if he wants to.


#2962097 after 34 passes each, both our starting QB and back-up QB have 100-plus QB ra...

Posted by smash_n_dash on 18 September 2014 - 12:56 AM

Complete team from top to bottom




#2962083 Give kony ealy time if he doesn't respond yet

Posted by smash_n_dash on 18 September 2014 - 12:44 AM

Not the Huddle. They'll be calling him a bust if he doesn't get at least 2.5 sacks on Sunday night. I joke I joke

How awesome would it be if he had a coming out party on Sunday night under the bright lights though?

It'd be like this
http://cdn.nextimpul.../12/tolbert.gif


#2962076 I just watched the Detroit game again, some things of note

Posted by smash_n_dash on 18 September 2014 - 12:34 AM

There were a lot of no-call "block in the back" penalties that occurred against us, mainly when we punted but some on run plays. Not sure if refs are not seeing them or it's just not something refs call anymore. Also, Detroit's lone TD had a celebration in the end zone where the ball was used as a prop (cradled it to sleep like a baby and kissed it good night, or so it appeared), isn't that a penalty?

Speaking of punting, our punt coverage unit needs a lot of work.

I thought it was a fineable offense to "point" but I've seen a lot of players do it throughout the first two weeks.

Crowd noise levels suck, as usual.

Detroit had opportunities to score a lot of points against us early and would have changed a lot of what they did near the end of the game if the score had been closer. Seemed that Detroit started losing the game with dropped passes and failure to adjust and around the 2 minute warning in the first half Stafford started forcing it to CJ for most of the rest of the game and missed a lot of open receivers (at least more open than CJ was).

Likewise, we shot ourselves in the foot so many times (and dropped balls)with costly penalties. Hopefully we reduce those numbers.

Too many injuries around the league. Not sure if it's lack of offseason practices or conditioning or what. Paraphrasing from Ronde early in the game, "Carolina has so many talented RBs they can have an injury there and be just fine," so we proceed to drop like flies.

KB is going to do great things for us. made some crucial plays, including blocking for first down runs, and he's doing it as a rookie and without too much practice with Cam this offseason.

Megatron's dropped TD pass was really an incomplete pass, gotta maintain possession throughout the catch while falling to the ground. Sorry Lions fans.

I'll clarify first that I know next to nothing when it comes to film study or play calling. With that said...
We didn't run too many 2TE sets but we had huge completions out of a lot of them. Interestingly, there were plenty of times when Dickson and/or Olsen were split out as wideouts which showed me that the Shula was looking for mismatches and seemed to be calling good plays given that Detroit was loading the box almost the entire game.

The reason I was looking at TE sets was in preparation for Pittsburgh. We'll be facing a 3-4 defense. I feel as though one of the best ways to defend against a blitzing D like theirs might be to go 2 TE for extra blockers, whether for run or pass, and we seemed to excel in that regard during the Detroit game.


TL;DR: We came, we saw, we conquered.

Sorry for the wall of text




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