Cam and Luke are going to start an era of football that will create new panther fans in both states. For the longest, the Carolinas didn't have a team to root for. Not until 1995. So a lot of people in the Carolinas grew up Steeler fans. That's about to change with this new generation.
*Hulk Hogan voice* The New World Order of Carolina Football brother
You might need to take your own advice, or at the very least consider other factors.
Maybe you can create a slide and scale based on a QB to defense ratio so I know when I should attribute wins to the QB and when to attribute them to the defense. That way we don't have to jump back and forth to prove false narratives.
Like, for instance, Tom Brady never won a Super Bowl without a top 6 scoring defense. Therefore, based on slide and scale he has zero Super Bowls but Pats defense has three and Brady should not be paid like a Super Bowl winning QB.
Even if you try the fallacy of equating QB and wins.
Cam takes over a 2-14 team with a historically bad offense and in year 3 gets them to 12-4 with a playoff bye and people dont want to pay him because he didn't get enough wins or didn't get to NFC Championship game his first opportunity.
Some of you guys a stretching the limits of believability with this stuff.
You should really think things through before hitting that post button.
I still believe Cam is just scratching the surface of his talent and upside. I think he will get better and better over the next 3 to 4 seasons while a lot of other young guys are either at or near their ceilings
What I do know is this, many here have repeatedly used the crack argument to discredit the accuser's claims of DV.
Greg either had an extended intimate relationship with a drug addict... or... his accuser is not a crack addict, lending even more credence to her claims of DV.
Many here want to ignore the findings of the court. That is understandable since Greg is appealing the findings. However, a supposedly impartial legal expert was tasked to review all the relevant evidence and determine Hardy's innocence or guilt. For those awaiting a legal resolution, the findings of the judge don't provide any credence to Greg's claims of innocence.
Ok, let's ignore the judge's findings. Do the Panthers/NFL even require a guilty judgment to prevent Hardy from playing for the team? Apparently not.
As a Panthers fan, I hope things work out for Greg and he is found innocent of all charges. Until then, hopefully he utilizes this additional free time wisely, implementing some life changes to preclude any more unfortunate incidents like this from occurring in the future.
Greg is the captain of his own destiny. A course correction is in order.
I think I like many were pretty shocked he was found guilty based on the testimony we were getting from people live tweeting the trial.
The trial is a big reason I think he may not be the one lying here, even if the judge ruled otherwise.
Others of us are just frustrated with the media, who barely talked about this for two months, are suddenly running one sided exposes, that are designed to flex their muscle.
And this is a media circle jerk. Recent polling suggests that the public actually doesn't really care all that much, but media always talk about "public outrage" in their coverage. Because they are so confined to the media bubble and echo chamber they really think that the fact a bunch of media members have "hot sports takes" that it must mean public is outraged as well.
The media head is so swollen with the rivers of self righteousness that now I am pulling for Hardy to be acquitted, not so he can play for the Panthers, but so I can ask the media what their plans are to restore Greg's reputation, after they so eagerly destroyed it and wait for their predictable snarky responses and deflections.