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#2265326 despicable!

Posted by thecarolinaswagger on 23 June 2013 - 08:08 AM

filthy, swamp sluts parading around like whores




go panthers!!

#2072278 3 years later

Posted by thecarolinaswagger on 01 January 2013 - 06:23 PM

since taking over full time for Julius peppers

Charles Johnson
33 sacks
143 tackles
9 passes defended
9 forced fumbles
241 sack yards
46 qb hits
40 tackles for loss - NO PRO BOWL APPEARANCES

Julius Peppers
30.5 sacks
130 tackles
15 passes defended
7 forced fumbles
208 sack yards
48 qb hits
40 tackles for loss - 3 PRO BOWL APPEARANCES

what a shame!!

#2059058 message to Thomas Davis

Posted by thecarolinaswagger on 23 December 2012 - 02:48 PM

my bad, never should have doubted you coming back from 3 acl tears in the same knee in 18 months.only a moron would think that you never would have made it back on the field. keep up the stellar play.

#2047846 wherever you are, do it up big today folks

Posted by thecarolinaswagger on 16 December 2012 - 10:52 AM

the world ends on friday, this will be the last carolina panthers football game you will ever have the privilege to watch. do it up big today folks, grill out, get sloppy drunk and have fun. this is it !!

#1992940 Cam Newton QUIT today

Posted by thecarolinaswagger on 11 November 2012 - 03:25 PM

he quit.say what you want,defend him all you want,but the boy FLAT OUT QUIT today after he threw that interception. it's embarrassing to see a " grown man " quit on his team and throw in the towel,especially for a qb. I lost alot of respect for him today

#1991377 didn't the huddle first brand greg hardy the Kraken?

Posted by thecarolinaswagger on 11 November 2012 - 11:52 AM

i could have sworn back in 2010 training camp somebody on the huddle first used the Kraken for greg hardy, now EVERYBODY is calling him that, including himself, and now Rachel Nichols just said it on espn....the huddle is a trend setter

#1255888 gheyest screen name in the history of the universe

Posted by thecarolinaswagger on 04 July 2011 - 04:01 PM

is MINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

#1148474 Cam Newton's girlfriend-Hot or Not?

Posted by thecarolinaswagger on 18 April 2011 - 04:00 PM

What the heck is baller wives?

place where you go to find out what a gold digging ho looks like

#1142034 Draft Nervousness

Posted by thecarolinaswagger on 13 April 2011 - 04:02 PM

A while back I talked about things that make me nervous when they come up with the Panthers. Why? Because of history. Certain situations just haven't generally yielded good results for this team. As the draft draws nearer, those things start creeping into my head again.

Here are the ones that come to mind...


When the Panthers have faced a choice between two draft prospects with similar grades, they've had an unfortunate tendency to pick the wrong one. Examples:

1995: Kerry Collins over Steve McNair

1996: Tshimanga Biakabutuka over Eddie George

1998: Jason Peter over Vonnie Holliday

2002: DeShaun Foster over Clinton Portis

2007: Dwayne Jarrett over Steve Smith (USC)

In fairness, they haven't always been wrong in this spot. Picking DeAngelo Williams over LenDale White in 2006 was definitely the right call. Likewise, the 2002 selection of Julius Peppers over QB Joey Harrington was the correct one. And you could argue that the recent choice of Jonathan Stewart over Rashard Mendenhall has panned out (though objectively, that argument isn't completely settled just yet).

Why is this a concern now? Because if the Panthers decide to take a quarterback, they'll likely be choosing between two guys, Cam Newton and Blaine Gabbert. Which one is the wrong one? Don't know. I just hope whichever one it is, we don't take him.


Sometimes teams catch a break with a guy inexplicably falling in the draft. The Packers definitely lucked out with Aaron Rodgers, as did the Bills with Thurman Thomas. In Panthers history though? When a guy has fallen to them, they've tended to find out - a little too late - that there was a reason why he fell. The examples here:

1997: Rae Carruth falls to #27
Other Available Players: Trevor Price, Jamie Sharper, Tiki Barber, Derrick Mason

2000: Rashard Anderson falls to #23
Other Available Players: Ahmed Plummer, Chris Hovan, Anthony Becht, Jerry Porter, Jason Webster

2009: Everette Brown falls to #43
Other Available Players: Mohamed Massaquoi, Andy Levitre, LeSean McCoy

2010: Jimmy Clausen falls to #48
Other Available Players: Taylor Mays, Javier Arenas, Carlos Dunlap

In fairness, Brown and Clausen still have a chance to show they can contribute under the new staff. And again, not every example is bad. Nobody expected Ryan Kalil to drop as far as he did, and the Panthers got a steal. Likewise, Greg Hardy has looked good (at least so far).

This year, there's not as much chance of this early unless the team trades down, way down. In the unlikely event that DaQuan Bowers lasts until our third round pick though, I'll probably be nervous.


And here's the final area where history hasn't been kind. Let's go straight to the examples of what was traded, what was received, and what could have been:

1999 Draft

Redskins got: #5 Overall Pick, traded to Saints who got Ricky Williams.
Panthers got: Sean Gilbert
Could have had: Torry Holt, Champ Bailey, Chris McAllister, John Tait

2000 Draft

Redskins got: #12 pick, traded up to get Chris Samuels
Panthers got: This one also went for Gilbert
Could have had: John Abraham, Julian Peterson, Chad Pennington, Shaun Alexander

2008 Draft

Eagles got: #43 pick (traded to Minnesota, took DeSean Jackson at #59) and #109 pick, used on Mike McGlynn
Panthers got: #19 pick, used on Jeff Otah
Could have had: Jackson, Matt Forte, Ray Rice (2nd) Tashard Choice, Ryan Torrain, Tim Hightower, Owen Schmitt (4th)

2009 Draft

Eagles got: #28, traded up to get Jeremy Maclin
Panthers got: The other pick traded for Otah
Could have had: Ziggy Hood, James Laurinaitis, Brian Robiskie, LeSean McCoy

2010 Draft

49ers got: 2010 #17 pick, used to select Mike Iupati
Panthers got: 2009 #43, used to pick Everette Brown
Could have had: Maurkice Pouncey, Jermaine Gresham, Dan Williams, The Golden Calf of Bristol (if you're a The Golden Calf of Bristol fan)

2011 Draft

New England got: 2011 #33 pick overall, the top pick of the second round
Panthers got: 2010 #89, used to take Armanti Edwards
Could have had: yet to be determined

Now, what does everybody and their brother want the Panthers to do this year? Trade down. And yeah, I'm on that bandwagon too. Sadly though, when you look at who's been taken with some of the high picks that this team has traded away, and who they could have had if they'd kept those picks, it hurts.

It should be remembered that not all of this falls on Marty Hurney. Only things from 2002 forward are on him. As I've said before, I still have faith in Hurney. Plus, as the commercial disclaimer says, past history is not necessarily an indicator of future performance.

But it is still enough to make you nervous :(

dude you are the biggest TOOL i have ever encountered on the world wide internet. your posts are always like a friggin book,with little substance in them other than your own opinions on EVERYTHING. opinions i might add that you think are FACT and the final word. everytime somebody disagrees with you, you same the same stupid sht like " only an idiot would think that" or "thats stupid". get a friggin life buddy.

#1136260 guarantee the panthers WILL DRAFT Cam Newton

Posted by thecarolinaswagger on 10 April 2011 - 09:46 AM

People actually think Marty Hurney factors a fan draft party into his thinking about what to do in the draft?

That's the dumbest thing to come down the pike in a while.

Hurney will do what he thinks is best. He doesn't give a flying rep about whether fans at the party will cheer or not.

what's dumb, is you failing to realize that hurney and rivera and richardson have ALREADY DECIDED that they are drafting newton # 1 overall, therefore they are having a huge free draft party to generate more fan interest for the upcomng season. you really think the panthers would have this party to draft a defensive tackle, or a corner back? get real!!! the writing is on the wall

#1135512 guarantee the panthers WILL DRAFT Cam Newton

Posted by thecarolinaswagger on 09 April 2011 - 04:57 PM

you think the carolina panthers are going to throw a first ever draft party at the stadium with free entry, and free tours of the whole stadium, including the locker rooms and other places the fans dont get to see, and have everybody there to pick somebody other than Cam Newton? They aren't going to trade down but they will get back into the 2nd round somehow that is obvious since hurney has made a draft day trade every year he has been here. the panthers arent setting up this huge,free draft day party on a thursday of the draft to pick marcel or peterson or green or fairley or gabbert. regardless of whether you like the pick or not, CAM NEWTON is going # 1 overall

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