In the video Flair looked exactly like what he is,an old washed up drug user. Remember ,he use to appear own the Panthers Jumbo screen during home games but it was discontinued after Flair had numerous personal problems and projected a bad image.
Cam is undefeated since high school when it's rained at all during a game.
The chance of rain and Cam's record playing in it sounds good. All season it seems as if the stars have been lined up to favor the Panthers.
Just think of all the positive things that have happened to this team at just the right moment,not saying talent didn't play a big part in it. Here's hoping that trend continues and we wind up winning the Super Bowl.
My objective reaction - He would be stupid to even consider that job. Skins are a disaster. Bob the 3rd is developing a reputation as a coach killer. So many defensive starters will be free agents when he takes over. He won't have any 1st round pick(Rams say thank you), so you'll need about 3 years to put together a decent defense. And of course you have to deal with Snyder who has gotten rid of so many coaches in his very short time as owner. May be Sean just wants to increase his stock just by interviewing. That's the only scenario I would understand him interviewing.
My subjective reaction is below
Considering that Dan Snyder is the owner of this distressed franchise that is a long way from being a competive team the coach who takes this position is instantly set for for failure.
If McMermott 's (like most NFL coaches) dream/goal is to be an NFL HC,i would rather see him get the Lions position, if it is offered to him. That would be a team a decent coach could turn around with a whole lot less stress and effort.
I believe if the team lets Hardy try the open market,he doesn't cash in like Charles Johnson did in 2011. With no one willing to pay him the salary he's demanding, Greg then settles for a reasonable deal that locks him up in Carolina for a long time.
The market is just not there anymore, and Hardy seems to genuinely love this team. He would likely take slightly less for a longer contract. My guess is the $7-8 million range. This is all pure speculation but that's the logical way I see it working out.
I am so pumped for this! Definitely going even though I am sick......and I am going to be raising hell
Said Rivera: “Knowing that our fans are out there, it brings an electricity to our players. Our players feed off that energy obviously, and they’ve done a great job responding to our fans. It really has been neat. Our fans have been outstanding this year,
What Rivera left unsaid there is this: The Panthers will need that boost. Because if they allow the Saints to get comfortable on their road trip, Sunday – and perhaps the season – will not turn out well.
Ill be DIRECTLY behind the Jets bench. Haven't sat there since the entire '08-'09 season, where "security" had to come and tell me not to yell obscenities and other trash at the visiting players. I plan on much of the same sunday.
Way to go. You should be able to yell all you want to,just don't use vulgar or profane words. You should still be able to get your message across and harass their Cajun Butts.
One has to keep in mind that Kawann Short was mostly the nose tackle at Purdue, and according to him he played at 320 pounds - 10 pounds heavier than his preferred playing weight.
It must also be noted that the Panthers don't plan to play him at NT very often since they drafted Lotulelei in the first round. Instead they will rotate him at UT with veteran Dwan Edwards, a plan that if executed properly will keep both players fresh throughout the game and prevent a breakdown on the interior defensive line in the 4th quarter.
The site is optimumscouting.com. I came across it last year while researching prospects. I think that it is good for ranking purposes (or trying to get a good list of viable prospects at each position), but if you're looking for profiles and all that, you may have to go elsewhere (though it does have some articles pertaining to prospects and players in the NFL right now). One thing I like about it is that it does have its 2012 and 2013 rankings as well, so that you can see how they actually did on their prognostications). I use this site and walterfootball.com as kind of a beginning point to know the nation's top prosepcts at each position.
I am a relative newcomer to this amateur (fan) draft research business, and am somewhat conflicted about spending time and effort into something that I really don't fundamentally enjoy---but find entertaining only as it relates to the Panthers---and have no control over. That being said, it's fairly interesting.
If you get a chance and are inclined, I am curious to know what you think of the site.
Thanks for the heads up. I checked it out and added it to my favorites.