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#612138 Thomas would prefer to retire in Carolina

Posted by Fiz on 03 June 2010 - 08:35 PM

bobcats games are great. you can sit wherever you want.

the one time i went i sat on the bench. i had twelve points, ten assists and nine rebounds. DAMN NEAR HAD ME A TRIPLE DOUBLE


#612089 New starting FB Fiammetta 'a mile ahead' of where he was last year at this time

Posted by Fiz on 03 June 2010 - 07:36 PM

basically people are always going to love sutton because the panthers got him for a song and until fiammetta invents a perpetual blowjob machine he's going to be hated because he replaced hoover.

also the huddle is full of children.


#608053 israeli troops just murdered at least ten peace protestors on live television

Posted by Fiz on 31 May 2010 - 09:55 AM

I only have one thought on the entire process right now.

Which is this:

Don't fug with a country that turned away the Russian Army/Infantry with a bunch of shotguns and homemade gernades. I don't care how depleted that Army was, don't fug with those people.


i know you're you, but what in the world are you talking about right now


#607482 Do you have a sports team you love more than the Panthers?

Posted by Fiz on 30 May 2010 - 01:02 PM

UNC fans literally suck dicks.

it's true


#606836 Sharper VS. Shiancoe - TWITTER BATTLE ROYALE

Posted by Fiz on 29 May 2010 - 08:46 AM

not only twitter drama

but other teams' twitter drama

my god start the season


#605275 "Objective" Position Battle Panthers vs Saint

Posted by Fiz on 27 May 2010 - 08:06 PM

also before all the butthurt saints fans start mewling about porter and greer, keep in mind neither one can stay healthy and it doesn't mean poo if they can only play 8 games a year.


#604590 Back Breaker

Posted by Fiz on 27 May 2010 - 12:07 PM

The game was never actually meant to be released.

They made a demo hoping ea would buy their game engine, since typically ea just prefers to buy out the competition instead of innovate.

EA thought it was poo and then the developers realized they had to release something to make some money and whelp.


#602811 Will you miss Peppers or Delhomme more?

Posted by Fiz on 25 May 2010 - 09:01 PM

peppers because the times he hurt the team don't show up as easily in the stat line as do jake's and im literally a drooling man child who doesn't know f**k about poo


#593462 Daughter Says Reverend Billy Graham May Preach Sermon In Carolina Panther's S...

Posted by Fiz on 18 May 2010 - 06:06 AM

gonna be a great day when this racist hick finally croaks


#593095 Fiz's 5 Players to watch in 2010

Posted by Fiz on 17 May 2010 - 06:19 PM

alright im just going to write this real quick while I wait for my date for tonight to show up

woo boy I classed it up last night

This assumes two things:

1. Matt Moore is going to be the starter
2. AKPantherFan dies in a completely acceptable snow mobile mishap

Gary Barnidge

Let's be honest with ourselves here. Jake's progression in 2009 was Steve Smith-Jeff King-Corner back-Steve Smith. Gary Barnidge is an athletic white guy and if the NBA has taught me anything it's that an athletic white guy is nigh unstoppable if you can just get him involved.

The end of last year showed that Matt Moore was better able to spread the ball around than Jake "cans of corn" Delhomme. This makes a lot of sense. Obviously running the second team, Moore didn't get a lot of opportunities to throw to first teamer Jeff King, and it'd make sense that in the ridiculous scramble play against Minnesota he'd be looking for Barnidge.

Gary has the height, speed, and whiteness to be a productive tight end in this league as long as we have a guy that can get him the ball.

"Pax" Armanti Edwards

I don't give a poo if you think I'm drinking the kool-aid. Armanti was a big recruit out of high school at wide receiver and had a full ride on the table from Georgia. As bad as Georgia has been recently, they've recruited AJ Green, Mohommad Massoquoi, and almost got Calvin Johnson, so at least they know talent when they see it.

Armanti is a mother f**ker on the football field, and has the speed and athletic ability to make defenders blush. All reports indicate that he remembered just fine how to play wide receiver, and "wide open" doesn't begin to describe the number 2 wide receiver role for the Panthers.

I expect him to beat out Lefell and Dwayne Jarrett's corpse.

Charles Johnson

Motherf**ker it is time for you to step the f**k up. We drafted your ass in the third, and it's time for you to show you were worth it.

Seriously, Johnson came into a situation where he was expected to bulk up and play the position that Brayton/Rucker have played for this team. Well, guess what? Now you get to slim back down and do what you did at Georgia: murder quarterbacks.

the Panthers are going to need someone to step up in a big way on the defensive line, preferably at least two. We obviously know what Brayton is going to bring to the team, but the Panthers will be a thousand times better off if he is supplanted in training camp.

Mackenzie Schwartz Robinson

Yeah obviously this isn't a player but the Panthers have three capable bodies on the offensive line and one spot for them. Mackenzie and Schwartz performed admirably at tackle after Gross and Otah got hurt last year, but now one of them needs to step up and play RG.

It'll be very interesting to see who comes out of that battle, reminiscent of when the Panthers found Keydrick Vincent. The position is wide open, and the spot belongs to whoever wants it more.

I understand that the RG position is arguably the easiest to fill on offense, but when you're going to lean so hard on your running game, you need as good of players as possible at every spot. One of these guys is going to step up. It'll be fun to see which one it is.

Sherrod "The Jackal" Martin

I was foaming at the mouth when the Panthers drafted this asshole last year. Though I completely understand the Panthers draft strategy (BPA regardless of everything) I still get pissed off when they take someone I've never heard of from a school I thought was just a greek city.

However, the early returns this year on Martin have been promising, and in limited action last year he was like that ukrainian dude who worked for the greeks in season 2 of the wire.

With the Panthers jettisoning chris harris, he's slotted to start, and if he can at least be average, the Panthers will be just fine. The spot is there for him to make plays. Hopefully he can do it.

I'm drunk as f**k and it's like 715. here's a gif and a youtube

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#591649 If you've ever snitched kill yourself

Posted by Fiz on 15 May 2010 - 05:17 PM

fug the police


#591376 Saints Report grades our draft

Posted by Fiz on 15 May 2010 - 02:23 AM

drafts are very complicated things and to fully understand them it takes a kind of comprehensive knowledge of a team that very few people outside of the fanbase contain.

but thanks for letting us know what a bunch of idiots think lol you win teh internets


#590794 Yasinskas on Beason

Posted by Fiz on 14 May 2010 - 12:27 PM

Except Ed Reed can actually lay somebody out





#589396 Greg Paulus

Posted by Fiz on 13 May 2010 - 06:42 AM

I was thinking more along the lines of the treatment we gave McNabb back in '03, or if you're really an asshole, Culpepper in '05.


or the treatment david wesley gave bobby phills.


#589121 Rank the QB's

Posted by Fiz on 12 May 2010 - 08:07 PM

What a really dumb post, excuses can be made for most play off games/super bowls. Including Brees who has been more of a pet than Manning, easily. Also comparing 'statistics' for past few years as you say, are about equal. Manning has still achieved more up to this point as a QB. past 3 years Brees average: 98.4 Manning: 97.6

P. Manning all-time stats:
Year Team G Att Comp Pct Att/G Yds Avg Yds/G TD TD% Int Int% Lng 20+ 40+ Sck SckY Rate
2009 Indianapolis Colts 16 571 393 68.8 35.7 4,500 7.9 281.2 33 5.8 16 2.8 80T 59 8 10 74 99.9
2008 Indianapolis Colts 16 555 371 66.8 34.7 4,002 7.2 250.1 27 4.9 12 2.2 75 40 7 14 86 95.0
2007 Indianapolis Colts 16 515 337 65.4 32.2 4,040 7.8 252.5 31 6.0 14 2.7 73T 53 9 21 124 98.0
2006 Indianapolis Colts 16 557 362 65.0 34.8 4,397 7.9 274.8 31 5.6 9 1.6 68T 53 7 14 86 101.0
2005 Indianapolis Colts 16 453 305 67.3 28.3 3,747 8.3 234.2 28 6.2 10 2.2 80T 45 6 17 81 104.1
2004 Indianapolis Colts 16 497 336 67.6 31.1 4,557 9.2 284.8 49 9.9 10 2.0 80T 68 13 13 101 121.1
2003 Indianapolis Colts 16 566 379 67.0 35.4 4,267 7.5 266.7 29 5.1 10 1.8 79T 45 9 18 107 99.0
2002 Indianapolis Colts 16 591 392 66.3 36.9 4,200 7.1 262.5 27 4.6 19 3.2 69 51 11 23 145 88.8
2001 Indianapolis Colts 16 547 343 62.7 34.2 4,131 7.6 258.2 26 4.8 23 4.2 86T 55 11 29 232 84.1
2000 Indianapolis Colts 16 571 357 62.5 35.7 4,413 7.7 275.8 33 5.8 15 2.6 78T 51 8 20 131 94.7
1999 Indianapolis Colts 16 533 331 62.1 33.3 4,135 7.8 258.4 26 4.9 15 2.8 80T 56 11 14 116 90.7
1998 Indianapolis Colts 16 575 326 56.7 35.9 3,739 6.5 233.7 26 4.5 28 4.9 78T 42 8 22 109 71.2
TOTAL 192 6,531 4,232 64.8 34.0 50,128 7.7 261.1 366 5.6 181 2.8 86 618 108 215 1,392 95.2

Brees:

Year Team G Att Comp Pct Att/G Yds Avg Yds/G TD TD% Int Int% Lng 20+ 40+ Sck SckY Rate
2009 New Orleans Saints 15 514 363 70.6 34.3 4,388 8.5 292.5 34 6.6 11 2.1 75T 58 11 20 135 109.6
2008 New Orleans Saints 16 635 413 65.0 39.7 5,069 8.0 316.8 34 5.4 17 2.7 84T 66 16 13 92 96.2
2007 New Orleans Saints 16 652 440 67.5 40.8 4,423 6.8 276.4 28 4.3 18 2.8 58 47 8 16 109 89.4
2006 New Orleans Saints 16 554 356 64.3 34.6 4,418 8.0 276.1 26 4.7 11 2.0 86T 61 18 18 105 96.2
2005 San Diego Chargers 16 500 323 64.6 31.2 3,576 7.2 223.5 24 4.8 15 3.0 54 46 4 27 223 89.2
2004 San Diego Chargers 15 400 262 65.5 26.7 3,159 7.9 210.6 27 6.8 7 1.8 79T 40 9 18 131 104.8
2003 San Diego Chargers 11 356 205 57.6 32.4 2,108 5.9 191.6 11 3.1 15 4.2 68T 28 5 21 178 67.5
2002 San Diego Chargers 16 526 320 60.8 32.9 3,284 6.2 205.2 17 3.2 16 3.0 52T 40 4 24 180 76.9
2001 San Diego Chargers 1 27 15 55.6 27.0 221 8.2 221.0 1 3.7 0 0.0 40 4 1 2 12 94.8
TOTAL 122 4,164 2,697 64.8 34.1 30,646 7.4 251.2 202 4.9 110 2.6 86 390 76 159 1,165 91.9


Now if we compare the career stats instead of just a few years, Peyton wins easily. But what makes him much more better is the fact he has that rating and has played 11 seasons and Brees only 8 (more like 7) with much catching up to do. Also if you notice Manning average a bit more Attempts than Brees. Peyton has made the Colts a PURE passing team, which isn't completely true for the Saints. Will he surpass him in the future maybe, but Manning is still playing so probably not.

Lastly, no one is denying Brees is good but he is clearly not statistically better than Manning, sorry. He had a better year then Manning, it doesn't make him a better QB.


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