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#2572510 The play calls at the end of the game were NOT playoff caliber

Posted by tjmurray on 29 December 2013 - 04:28 PM

and yet here we are in the playoffs

this!!!!! If chudzinski was here we would have thrown on all three downs and atlanta would have gotten the ball back with all of their timeouts. Instead, we are NFC champs, have a bye and Chudzinski will be getting fired tomorrow. obviously our hands were tied today without steve smith. You all are tripping.

#2562684 DeAngelo Williams appreciation thread.

Posted by tjmurray on 23 December 2013 - 05:20 PM

If you look at the numbers he does much better when he gets 15+ touches.

CRA sees what he wants to see. He only use numbers when it fits his bogus narrative. Gotta love CRA.

#2547425 We're Better Without Stewart

Posted by tjmurray on 16 December 2013 - 12:37 AM

yet people want to get rid of him and put our chips all in barner.........no offesne to barner but i'd rather go with the Vet until he shows me otherwise

tbh the argument to get rid of either stew or d will is stupid imo, big cap hit in releasing stewart and big risk in not getting the same production by releasing d will, fans should be happy we have a rb who can carry the load if one goes down.

Go with the vet??? But CRA said

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#2546928 We're Better Without Stewart

Posted by tjmurray on 15 December 2013 - 08:51 PM

Nope. Brilliant execution by Cam and the offense. Newton completely fooled The Jets' D on that screen and Williams burned them.

Like Kendrick pointed out, D-Will didn't warm up with the more touches he amassed. He appeared quite good right from the start of the game.

Forerunner, I respect you and Kendrick but that just isnt correct. I can't find the stats, but i believe he was averaging 2 or 3 yards a carry for most of that first half. He got better as the game went along. Just like the Seattle game. Very little shotgun handoffs. Either way, he is better and the team is better when one guy is featured. i mean that cant be debated. When #28 got the game to himself against Tampa he struggled. Whenever he comes back Rivera need to pick a guy and move forward. enough with this sharing carries nonsense.

#2546756 We're Better Without Stewart

Posted by tjmurray on 15 December 2013 - 08:15 PM

Oh please, this game was sloppy. Both run defenses (top two in the League) gave up 100+ yards rushing on more than 5.3 YPA overall. Call it what you want. From what I saw, Carolina and New York played below their standards.

So that screen that he housed was because of poor tackling right? That speed he displayed was because the Jets were subpar? Mike Tolbert had 12 carries for 18 yards, sir...

#2546675 We're Better Without Stewart

Posted by tjmurray on 15 December 2013 - 08:00 PM

I want to be optimistic about D-Will's day but The Taints made those tackles that The Jets missed today. Let's hope for redemption. We need a rushing attack outside Newton.

Oh please. This was the 2nd ranked D against the run. It's not always about bad tackling. It is about a player making plays.

#2538970 The hit that could end Stewarts career... you make the call...

Posted by tjmurray on 09 December 2013 - 08:56 PM

legal hit, idk how tolbert does it but when he trucks someone he gets real low avoiding hits like this

normally, Jonathan does the same thing. I see some comments saying this is what db's are taught. I think it is more a case of a db making a business decision and not having the heart to take Stew on straight up. If that was DeAngelo he would have tried to tackle him high and blow him up because DeAngelo isnt a physical back. He saw #28 coming full speed & he bitched up and went low. Was it dirty? No.... I just wish Stew could have gotten a little lower... Terribly unfortunate...

#2531633 ESPN's First Take on Newton

Posted by tjmurray on 07 December 2013 - 04:20 AM

Same thing people would say about Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali.

But for some reason white people loved Frazier and hated Ali.

It isn't always about skin tone per se, but rather what an individual represents as it relates to race.

Another example; Joe Namath was cool but Cam is brash and a me first guy.

In other words, at the risk of getting in trouble with the mods, it is okay that you are not white as long as you are humble and know your place.

Bravo... Well said Teeray, very well said.... Absolutely true and on the money.

#2522373 Mike Tolbert has been the Panthers best running back this year.

Posted by tjmurray on 01 December 2013 - 08:15 PM

No. I am the guy who blasted DG since preseason for neglecting our OL.

Stewart does better with nothing than Williams. That doesn't mean Stewart will be good running into the OLs back.

Today would have likely been another one of those 2 yard per carry days Williams has had this year. No holes.

OL issue. OL sucking doesn't mean Stewart fights forward where Williams goes down is false.

People are entirely too sensitive about Williams ...

What is this too sensitive about Williams crap. I am talking about you saying the run game will get better when Stewart got back out on the field. I am talking about you saying Barner should start over Williams because he can make something out of nothing better than Williams. You can call it what you want. You remember what you want to remember. You talk out of both sides of your mouth all the time. This "Stewart runs better without blocking" nonsense is just bull. Get out of here with that. If DeAngelo would have fumbled against San Fran you would have been all on this forum saying he is fumble prone. DeAngelo has made plays this year for this team. When you get through running your mouth about Stewart being better behind a poor line, he hasnt made plays since he has been back. Which is what he was supposed to do according to you. Because he creates his own holes and DeAngelo cant.

#2522193 Mike Tolbert has been the Panthers best running back this year.

Posted by tjmurray on 01 December 2013 - 06:56 PM

You don't fix your run game with RBs.....you do it with your OL.

We got nothing to fix it with

Didn't you say Stewart was going to fix everything 2 months ago? Yea, that's what I thought.

#2512207 Where is our run game?

Posted by tjmurray on 24 November 2013 - 11:21 PM

Deangelo - 141 Attempts 579 yards 4.1 avg
Stewart - 26 94 3.6
Tolbert - 65 230 3.5

Smh, I just don't get it. The disdain for DeAngelo has reached #17 post Arizona Cardinal playoff meltdown levels... Personally, I believe Kenjon Barner fixes all of this. I don't know who people hated to see out there most. DeShaun Foster at 30 or DeAngelo Williams at 30..... Either way people will be happy to see him gone. You all stay mad tho... Don't pay attention to one of the best runs this TEAM has had in recent memory...

#2401256 Deangelo Williams Hitting His Stride

Posted by tjmurray on 27 September 2013 - 06:29 PM

Why would we try to fix something that isn't broken?

Well fortunately for the Panthers Rivera is the coach and not CRA. Because using CRA logic, Tolbert should have gotten the majority of the snaps to start the season. Got the third leading rusher in the league and he thinks the ground game is just ok. St. Louis starting back had 12 yards on 12 Carries last night but CRA is worried about DeAngelo Williams.

#2397808 Deangelo Williams Hitting His Stride

Posted by tjmurray on 24 September 2013 - 11:19 AM

Take a break CRA. Take a day off.