Kelvin Benjamin and Greg Olsen both finished with 1008 yards this year. Im so glad we got Olsen years ago, he's slowly becoming my favorite Panther since both Hardy and DLo probably wont be on team next year.
If only KB could stop dropping the ball, he'd be up there competing for best in the league.
The numbers were pretty but with al of our RBs down late in the playoffs, maybe Jake throws less INTS against SEA with a more veteran WR like Moose out there and pressure is taken off steve.
Drew Carter and Keary Colbert weren't exactly the guys you want to be depending on deciding whether you go to the SB or not.
I was a teenager then so my memory may not be the greatest but that Seattle game, to me, was the beginning of the end of Delhomme's career. I don't know if having Moose over anyone else would have mattered that much, he played bad.
Only game I have tickets to this year and you think I won't show up because a)we have a losing record or b)Bucs are bad this year or c)Cam isn't starting? I'll be there and I'll leave with a sore throat
Here's to another Panthers game in which we'll come our flat and emotionless. We'll keep the score marginally close in the first half so you get your hopes up that we'll come out of halftime with a purpose and a chance to win, just to suck even worse and lose by 20+.
Yet somehow Harper isn't cut after this game and Rivera keeps his job one more week. Day in the life as a Panthers fan
sounds like excuses to me. Reggie Wayne's ring is heavier than any of these excuses.
Wayne had the advantage of Manning (at least top 3 QB of all time) as his QB the majority of his most productive years, having another amazing receiver (possible HOF) in Marvin Harrison on his team. Add on that he was a first round draft pick, is taller, was on a pass first offense...
Not hard to explain how Wayne, who is a talented player and worthy of recognition for his accomplishments, has been greatly helped by his circumstances. Meanwhile, Steve smith was a third round draft pick who was drafted solely because of his return skills and nothing else, had an average to below average QB most of his career, was on a run first team, broke his leg and missed an entire season, was doubled teamed his entire career... Yet still managed to have an equally successful career and in comparison the only thing he didn't do was win a ring which is heavily team dependent.
If only smith had a ring I could easily say Smith, without a doubt, was the better WR than Wayne. Maybe he still has a chance.