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#2358087 "Chud's in Cleveland and We're Going to Leave Him There" DWill

Posted by goodoleboy on 06 September 2013 - 11:47 AM

Players blaming anyone other than themselves for sub par performance is a load of horse poo. How long will it be before they are pointing fingers at each other when things go south. Seems like it's always someone elses fault with Smitty and DWill. There were plenty of opportunities to turn a few of those L's into W's last year with a little better execution.




#2057674 Tickets to the Raiders game

Posted by goodoleboy on 22 December 2012 - 12:25 PM

Welp

Does anyone know the chances of getting cheap tickets (seats that are next to one another) by just showing up to the guy and buying from a scalper?


It will be a buyers market on the street. Wait until after kickoff and you might get them free. There will also be many empty seats so even if they are not together you can sit together.


#2039514 I'm Saying... No Crow For Cam Haters?

Posted by goodoleboy on 09 December 2012 - 10:37 PM

That I am right once again. His pathetic Matt Cassell-esque stat padding in the 4th was a joke. I really don't have much to say otherwise about him. The D didn't do a good job getting pressure on Cam and we paid for it., This wasn't a well coached game, somehow, trash a** Rivera out-coached Smith. Killa Cam is better than Ryan. I can't believe any of you would argue otherwise. Killa is the most talented player in the game and if he had weapons outside of a Posted Image version of Steve Smith, he would have a serious shot at breaking records at QB. His running backs are crap. His second best WR is Lafell, he like a more talented less polished version of Kerry Mirer.


This Atlanta fan probably owns a bunch of #7 jerseys. Atlanta fans are much easier to tolerate these days at the stadium than during the Vick era.

I love how Cam is playing lately.

I will feel much better about him after he leads a 2:00 drive to win a game. It seems to me that he plays best when the pressure is less. The high throws seem to come at the worst times. Some guys get better in crunch time. Cam isn't one of them...yet. He also needs to quit carrying the ball so loose when he runs.


#2019946 Bill Polian Interview MNF Eagles game

Posted by goodoleboy on 27 November 2012 - 08:53 PM

1 player goes down and the team goes 2-14. Unacceptable and exposed the true lack of talent on the roster. Only shows how amazing Peyton Manning is.


If that is the case how are they 7-4 this year with a rookie starting. Must be some talent there somewhere.


#2019850 Bill Polian Interview MNF Eagles game

Posted by goodoleboy on 27 November 2012 - 07:45 PM

Polian always talks down on the Panthers every time I hear him talk. If he actually knew what he was talking about he would know we don't run the same offense as we did last year. The only thing other teams look for is the read option which we all know has failed but Chud thinks otherwise.



Did you listen to the interview? He actually said quite a few positive things about us.


#1955096 It's time for a change

Posted by goodoleboy on 21 October 2012 - 09:29 PM

I am not threatening. I'm Stating what I see and what I am personally going to do following suit to what others have done.

I always laugh at 'don't fire in mid season talk. Like keeping these bozos for 11 more games makes a difference.

It's a lot easier to not be emotional watching on tv than in person. The commitment is quite a bit higher in all levels.


I am right with you. Been a PSL holder since day 1. These days if I have to miss a game I look at it as money saved. Been to 2 games this season...Saints and today.

I have felt that way since the organization hung Fox out to dry and cut all the veterans before the lockout. At the time I thought there was a plan in place to capitalize with lots of money to spend, only to see Hurney piss away all of our cap space overpaying a 2-14 roster.


#1938507 Can't defend Cam no more

Posted by goodoleboy on 07 October 2012 - 07:27 PM

If only we went for the 4th down conversion last week this lost might be a little less painful lol.


This might be more true than you realize. Rivera took the game out of Cams hands and let him walk away with a negative memory to stew all week. He comes out flat this week and under performs.

80% of the QB position is mental. Cam is at his best when he feels like superman. He needs to visualize success to be successful. I think Cam actually has a deep fear of failure.


#1856336 What on Earth was going through Hurney's and Fox's minds when they dr...

Posted by goodoleboy on 12 August 2012 - 08:04 AM

Fox didn't draft Clausen. He was done at that point here. That draft was all Hurney.


This

As far as Hurney learning lessons I don't think so. He is still suffering mentally from the NFC Championship game against Seattle when we ran out of running backs. The formation used most league wide last season had 4 wide recievers in it. The league is moving that direction. Everyone but us. We have 100 million invested in running backs.


#1477010 NFC Playbook and Panthers Defense

Posted by goodoleboy on 22 October 2011 - 08:59 PM

I think the thing that bothers me, and yes I agree with the pros on Playbook, they are spot on; but, not wrapping up, taking bad angles, and constantly being out of position has nothing to do with injuries.

To me, if a player is good enough to be on a NFL team then he should understand the basics. It's not like they are 8 years old and putting pads on for the first time.


Its a leaguewide problem. Coaches are pretty much between a rock and a hard place this year to correct fundamentals. You can talk about it and watch film all you want but nothing gets the point across like 3 days of full pads during the season to work on it. The players union took that away from the coaches. 14 padded practices during a 16 game season is not enough.


#1476512 NFC Playbook and Panthers Defense

Posted by goodoleboy on 22 October 2011 - 09:59 AM

What we suffer from is a severe lack of depth on the defensive side of the ball combined with extending or picking up injury prone/injured players. When your last few drafts have focused on QB and receivers in the high rounds you wind up with what we have. A Matt Millan level of depth. This is the same reason our special teams suck.

Injuries are not an excuse. They spend enough money each year to field a complete team. Problem is our GM acted like a teenage girl at the mall with daddy's credit card this off season and really didn't upgrade any position except QB and tight end.

The interesting part will be how we address this next year. One philosophy of thought is to build the nickle defense first if you know you have a good offense. The reason is you will play with a lead more often than not. That also fits in with the way the league is passing these days.

I wouldn't mind a shut down corner through FA or the draft if we have enough money to get that done. We need to make Gamble the #2 corner. Next is probably D line.


#916988 Coaches to never win a Super Bowl; Cowher's 1

Posted by goodoleboy on 11 December 2010 - 12:38 PM

George Seifert is on that list of super bowl winning coaches. He will go down as one of the the worst coaches in Panther history. We don't need a proven winner. We need someone who can win in the future.


#898700 great news....

Posted by goodoleboy on 30 November 2010 - 11:39 AM

I'm going to laugh my ass off when Luck decides to return to school for another year, oh the hysteria we'll witness then.


Don't worry. With Hurney calling the shots we are going to suck for a few years.


#841880 Otah!

Posted by goodoleboy on 30 October 2010 - 08:59 AM

He was suppose to practice the last week of camp, and we are 7 weeks into the regular season and still no practice. IR him and pick up somebody who can play, instead of leaving a spot for someone who may not ever be ready this season.


We already have people who can play that are as good as anyone we could pick up. Only 45 0f 52 guys get uniforms each week. If better players were out there we would cut someone and pick them up anyway. O linemen do not grow on trees.


#835267 So maybe they were right.

Posted by goodoleboy on 26 October 2010 - 06:18 PM

eh, we know what Moore is.

he provides better QB play than we got in those 3 wasted games. It was a mistake benching him in week 2.....maybe we would have still lost but at least Moore/the season would have been given a legit shot.


In our situation a little competition at the QB position is a good thing. These guys are basically equal. Moore has some time in the league. Clausen's draft placement relative to Moore's implies he has more talent. Clausen got a shot. He wasn't ready. May the best man win.


#801957 Check in and show love for Chris Harris

Posted by goodoleboy on 08 October 2010 - 05:00 PM

He is a Bear now. F him and the horse he rode in on.




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