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#2617709 Replace Cam with any other playoff QB - Do we win 12 games?

Posted by teeray on 15 January 2014 - 04:12 PM

Andrew luck hardly has talent around him does he? Wayne was out most of the season so he had Hilton and fleener that's equates to smitty and olsen, still has better record than cam first two seasons. Not bashing cam but just saying luck has impressed me more than any other qb of late

Oh, the price I would pay to play in the AFC South. Then we could brag about our records too.


#2617409 our opponents for next year

Posted by teeray on 15 January 2014 - 02:05 PM

I learned this year that it so hard to project until you get into the season.

I had no idea how bad ATL, Tam, and NYG were going yo be. I also had no idea how good Zona was or how much NO's defense would improve.

#2617294 Of Steve Smith, Teddy Ginn and Brandon Lafell

Posted by teeray on 15 January 2014 - 01:21 PM

You guys are stupid. Cam said at then end of the presser that LaFail became a full time "blocking TE". ;)

I saw that on ESPN. Then he stormed off the podium and slapped a baby

#2617288 If Mitchell and/or Mikell cannot be retained...

Posted by teeray on 15 January 2014 - 01:19 PM

I think Mitchell and DG will work something out.

#2616282 Fantasy Poll: the Panthers Move from Charlotte!

Posted by teeray on 14 January 2014 - 09:16 PM

I would keep up with them. But if another franchise moved to the Carolinas that would be my new team.

#2616252 Both Our DT's Make The All Rookie Team

Posted by teeray on 14 January 2014 - 08:58 PM

I think double dipping on O-line will only happen if the value is there. If a O line guy falls to the second that we like we may scoop him up like last year at DT.

But we won't double dip just for the sake of double dipping

#2615542 Live Press Conference with G-Man @ Noon

Posted by teeray on 14 January 2014 - 02:37 PM

You know who had a really good defense this season????




They may have had just as good a defense as us, Seattle, or San Fransisco.  For real.


But they finished ranked 10th in defensive total yards, and 20th in defensive points allowed.


Why?  Because their offense played up tempo and the led the league in offensive possessions.


The result Buffalo's defense faced 209 defensive possessions.  Most in the league.  37 more possessions than the Carolina Panthers defense faced (172).


That is an example of how dramatically offensive pace, TOP (Buffalo was 31st in TOP per possession), and TDS per drive (Buffalo was 27th in TDs per drive), can effect total defense.

#2615520 Live Press Conference with G-Man @ Noon

Posted by teeray on 14 January 2014 - 02:20 PM

You're just going in circles, like our offense. Take the posts I've already posted and apply them to your retarded questions, then come up with more questions and vague statements adding nothing to discussion.


I'm not going to go through 8 pages just to read answers that don't answer my questions. 


We were top 10 in the NFL in


TDs per possession (9th)

Points per possession (10th)

TOP per possession (2nd)

Plays per possession (3rd)

TOs per possession (7th)

Drive success rate (5th)

TD/FG ratio (10th)

Red Zone efficiency(8th)


As a result we finished next to last in total offensive possessions, conversely our defense faced the third least amount of possessions.



Now, these stats are 10X more telling than total yards or total points about what a team is actually doing when it has the ball.  Teams with faster paced offenses, or more aggressive passing offenses (which stops the clock more) will have more possessions and therefore more total yards,  but that also translates to more defensive possessions.  Therefore, total yardage and total points may go up with more possessions, but usually there is a correlation between total defense and total defensive points allowed going down or deflating as a result.


So explain how that is looking at it in a vacuum.  Total Yards is a complete vacuum stat.  Literally, it sucks everything up and spits it out in one catch all stat that is not as informative as other stats like the ones above.

#2615401 Live Press Conference with G-Man @ Noon

Posted by teeray on 14 January 2014 - 01:25 PM

And you act as if the overall dominance of other aspects of the unit wasnt predominantly responsible for said record in order to support your continued obsession with defending every weakness in the coaching staff as has been routine

Lol at looking at things in a vacuum and not understanding how one side of the ball effects the other.

#2615195 Live Press Conference with G-Man @ Noon

Posted by teeray on 14 January 2014 - 12:33 PM

guys guys guys if we had great players at every position Shula could finally do a good job!

Shuls did do a good job. With limited great players.

#2614086 Which Offense do you want?

Posted by teeray on 13 January 2014 - 09:24 PM

The 2008 team had some talent, but we were also near the bottom of the league that year in TOP per possession, plays per drive, and three and outs. 


We also were in the top 10 in number of possessions.


That was probably a worse run offense with much more talent than 2013.


Our defense was really good that season, but ranked in the bottom half of the NFL in Yards allowed and finished 12th in points allowed when it was really probably a top 5 defense talent wise..


#2614038 Hey even Jeff Davidson went 12-4

Posted by teeray on 13 January 2014 - 09:05 PM

Don't even try. Comparing Shula and Davidson is just dumb.

#2612583 Something upsetting about next season...no running game

Posted by teeray on 13 January 2014 - 10:52 AM

Better o line play will help both the passing and running game

#2611927 Byron Bell, Brandon LaFell and Melvin White lost us this game

Posted by teeray on 13 January 2014 - 01:02 AM

I'm not going to play the blame game.  It isn't any group individuals fault.  We score TDs on those goal line stands, don't throw interceptions, keep them out of the endzone at the end of the half, or don't drop a pick 6, etc.


I could literally probably choose every single player on the team and cherry pick a moment that could have changed the game.

#2611919 If Norv Turner Leaves?

Posted by teeray on 13 January 2014 - 12:57 AM

I don't want to take anything away AT ALL from our defense.  They beasted out this season.


But, there is a direct correlation, between how our offense played this season, our defensive rankings, and our win loss record.  They all worked intertwined with one another this season.  High risk high reward did not cut it the last two seasons.  This season, it was less aggressive, but very methodical and adequately efficient.


It may not be as flashy or splashy as other offenses, but our offense did a pretty darn good job this season, and that benefited the defense tremendously.


Not saying the offense is perfect, or can't improve.  But they weren't as bad as you guys are making it out to be.



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