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goodsense83

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#3254992 Ted Ginn leaning towards going home to Cleveland

Posted by goodsense83 on 26 February 2015 - 09:12 AM

this is good news. make bigger moves. draft somebody better.




#3254004 I just met a former Carolina Panther

Posted by goodsense83 on 25 February 2015 - 12:38 PM

Uh, oh

Christians gathering and seeming to be enjoying something...

Quick, make fun of them and belittle their beliefs!




Meh, that was shitty. Let me try again,

Cool, I love meeting ex-cats. Minter was probably my favorite, but Rucker and Dwite Stone are super nice.

 

nothing more frightening in the world than two or three Christians getting together for anything.

 

One of the coolest ex-Panthers I've ever met in person was Ricky Proehl. I saw him coming out of a K&W cafeteria... which i thought was strange.

 

I now frequent K&W .... and its awesome.




#3253944 I just met a former Carolina Panther

Posted by goodsense83 on 25 February 2015 - 12:00 PM

Great Pastor and a great church. Have some friends who play on the worship team there in the Charlotte area.


#3253913 I just met a former Carolina Panther

Posted by goodsense83 on 25 February 2015 - 11:44 AM




#3253193 Greg Hardy only one attending DWill's mother's funeral

Posted by goodsense83 on 24 February 2015 - 04:40 PM

Just putting this out there as a counter-hypothesis to your "Oh poor Deangelo and Hardy is a great guy because he's the only one that showed up!" hypothesis...

 

Maybe DeAngelo wasn't very popular and none of his teammates WANTED to show up.

 

Not saying that's what happened, but it at least counter-balances your lunacy with equal and opposite lunacy.

 

 

Dont miss what Im saying. I dont feel sorry for either guy. It was time to get rid of Dwill. This is really about how we have so often used our imaginary goodie image to prop up why we make certain business decisions.

 

There are plenty of hypotheticals for why no one else shows up.... whatever they may be... It only makes Greg look better, and the Panthers look worse.

 

Here's what we do know: EVERYONE knew about Dwill's mothers health problems. It was his whole reason for staying close to home in college. Her passing was well known and covered by the media. Rivera told him to take all the time he needed. Panthers organization obviously had an oversight in which other things seemed more important... but of all the people in the organization... Greg was the only one who wanted to find out about the arrangements??

 

What is more likely is that the other players already had plans in the offseason ... vacay, training, or whatever else they do in the offseason. The organization was preoccupied with the draft.... and the only guy..... decent enough to stop what he was doing, find out funeral arrangements, and make an appearance is the kraken.




#3253122 Giants to Release DE Kiwanuka

Posted by goodsense83 on 24 February 2015 - 04:00 PM

Why? Greg Hardy's coming back.




#3253114 Thanks Deangelo and WBTV! Panthers now public enemy number one.

Posted by goodsense83 on 24 February 2015 - 03:57 PM

im starting to love Cam haters now....

 

Its becoming something that I dont think they can help...

 

Its like down syndrome.... aw, thats cute.  




#3253105 Greg Hardy only one attending DWill's mother's funeral

Posted by goodsense83 on 24 February 2015 - 03:54 PM

Deangelo Williams reported that the only person from the entire organization who attended his mother's funeral was Greg Hardy. Im listening to the radio today and they’re saying how bizarre that sounds.

 

The Panthers organization has done a lot to present itself as a family oriented team… as if we always take the moral high ground… unless… money is involved. This isn’t about how great a guy Greg Hardy is. But he’s certainly not the demon the media has made him out to be. This is about hypocrisy. Hardy has been vilified as if he was the second coming of Rae Carruth.

 

Its easy to make someone a polarizing figure. Its easy to make every situation black and white. I really see it as a blessing in disguise.  Maybe this information coming out will shed Carolina’s desire to continue promulgating  the illusion of moral superiority. You can be family friendly and still business savvy. Bringing Greg Hardy back is the right business move and the right thing to do... for the right price.

 

I know that there is little faith that Greg Hardy will be back… but you would think that by now, with DWill and Bell spilling the beans, that Greg would have said something about it by now.  Keep in mind that players are trying to fight for Greg Hardy to come back and now I think we are getting a bigger glimpse of why.

 

When we drafted Deangelo, I said, he will be the best back Carolina has had. He will have a better career than Reggie Bush.  Dwill will be missed, but it’s the move that they had to make.




#3251186 Cardinals Release Ted Ginn

Posted by goodsense83 on 23 February 2015 - 04:51 PM

Haha why did u delete my thread I just started?

 

I bear witness of this.




#3250745 Thomas Davis getting the key to the city

Posted by goodsense83 on 23 February 2015 - 01:27 PM

Not taking anything from from Sam Mills... but I really think this guy goes down as the greatest Panther of All Time. Hope he can retire here and move into a coaching role.




#3229422 4 Things Greg Hardy Must Do to Remain a Panther

Posted by goodsense83 on 03 February 2015 - 08:41 AM

Reallly I get it. I really do. But some of this is so incredibly disrespectful. Giving money back? It's not like Greg was a hold out, like he didnt want to play here. Greg Hardy was suspended initially because of a knee jerk response due to another player on an entirely different team. This just became an issue because of media pressures. Its the flavor of the week and we got the short end of the stick. If he wants to remain a Panther, that option needs to be explored. I dont know why the case has anything to do with it because he was already found guilty of assault. So a second opinion somehow makes him innocent? It doesn't.

 

There are tons of guys that should be indicted in the NFL and many of them haven't step foot on the field. This will play in our favor. We discovered depth and developed talent on the defense this year. But Greg Hardy is a special guy... a franchise talent, that wants to play here... that made a mistake... that will be available at a cheap price. Sign him. 

 

We can take those draft picks and focus on giving Cam the weapons he needs. Stop being afraid of the big bad media, build a brick house team and start winning. 

 




#3224081 The Case for Seattle - (what it means for the Panthers)

Posted by goodsense83 on 30 January 2015 - 10:55 AM

what it means is New England doesn't win. fug New England.


ok. this too.


#3224071 The Case for Seattle - (what it means for the Panthers)

Posted by goodsense83 on 30 January 2015 - 10:47 AM

1.) Style of football most resembles ours. Seattle does what we do... just better. It tells me that this style of football cannot only win a championship, but can win multiple.

2.) We lost to them and I'd rather have lost to a football team that is the best in the league. Its a good gauge for what we need to do become a contender next year.

3.) Brandon Lafell is NOT a panther anymore. There is absolutely no reason to pull for him to get a superbowl. I could understand Steve Smith, who spent his entire career here and expressed his love for this city, this fan base and the organization.. But Brandon Lafell??? I don’t have any loyalties to him.

4.) Cam Newton is more like Russell Wilson than he is like Tom Brady. Russell Wilson is the only 2nd Non-white quarterback to lead his team to a superbowl. There has been a consistent narrative that you cannot win a superbowl with an athletic quarterback. Russell Wilson and the Seahawks will have beaten the 2 best pocket passers of the last 10 years. (*Yes, I know its because of their defense.)

5.) Every good team has bandwagon fans. We should win and get some.

6.) Patriots – spygate, deflategate, tuck rule. Yes It does matter. Cheaters never prosper … unless you’re New England. Seahawks had players who used PED’s, they were penalized. Panthers had players who used PED’s in the year our Super Bowl run. They were penalized. The NFL punished the saints for the Bounty scandal. It seems that every allegation that comes against the Patriots, they’re never touched. There’s no reason to give them special treatment. I’m sure that every team in the league has some shady things going on, but when a team is rewarded for it, it’s hypocritical.


#3224026 Rivera up for Coach of the Year Again

Posted by goodsense83 on 30 January 2015 - 09:52 AM

Do you know what Im laughing at...

 

Panther fans pulling for Brandon Lafell to get a superbowl ring, then getting up in arms about their coach getting nominated for coach of the year.

 

Only in the huddle.




#3221609 Teddy Bruschi unloads on Hurney and Panthers

Posted by goodsense83 on 27 January 2015 - 02:39 PM

out what?

 

you mean how John Kasey kicked the ball out of bounds....

 

that's some serious Jedi mind control magic right there