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teeray

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#2345257 Senator Pushing to Arm Teachers Accidentally Shot a Teacher

Posted by teeray on 29 August 2013 - 06:51 PM

If my teachers had a gun they may have shot me because I was such an asshole and was a class clown.


#2345072 Official UNC vs SC Gameday Thread

Posted by teeray on 29 August 2013 - 05:26 PM

At this rate I will see plenty of the Panthers game.


#2344943 Peter King has us going 6-10 and worst team in the NFC

Posted by teeray on 29 August 2013 - 04:16 PM

Didn't read the OP. Didn't read the article. Didn't read the predictions.

Just wanted to come here and say Peter King can eat a bag of dicks.

That is all


#2344937 Official UNC vs SC Gameday Thread

Posted by teeray on 29 August 2013 - 04:12 PM


I know this. Carolina is going to win tonight.

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Awesome. That line always cracks me up in that movie.


#2344853 Official UNC vs SC Gameday Thread

Posted by teeray on 29 August 2013 - 03:18 PM

I know this. Carolina is going to win tonight.


#2344309 oh and btw deangelo and jstew are probably both gone next year...

Posted by teeray on 29 August 2013 - 10:28 AM

what value have they held the past 2 years?  this monster on the hillside that fans keep ranting on about has largely been irrelevant despite the obvious truth staring us all in the face...

 

We have ranked in the top 10 in rushing each of he last two seasons (3rd & 9th respectively).

 

Just because they have had to split carries 4 ways does not mean they haven't been effective.

 

People look at Arian Foster and Alfred Morris and think "You can get a great RB anywhere"

 

Those guys are exceptions, not the rule.

 

Other teams like the Broncos, Colts, Patriots, Green Bay etc. have been trying to find a competent RB for years.  They still can't run the ball effectively.

 

But they have amazing QBs so people look at them and think "See you don't need good running backs to be good.  All you need is one of the three or four greatest QBs ever to play football."




#2343961 Speaking in Raleigh, Colin Powell blasts North Carolina voting law

Posted by teeray on 29 August 2013 - 12:21 AM

 

The WMD Inspector No One Heeded
by Harley Sorensen

http://www.commondre...s04/0209-08.htm

 

 

Scott Ritter may not be the best person to use.

 

He is in prison for being a pedophile (or he may be out by now, for all I know)

 

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He wasn't taken seriously, because he liked to change his mind.  His boss said that while he worked as an inspector he talked constantly about how he knew Saddam had weapons of mass destruction, then after he left and the possibility of war came about he did an about face despite not being a part of the intelligence community for 4 years.

 

But despite all that, he deserves some credit because he got it right.

 

 




#2343568 Handling of a Franchise Quarterback

Posted by teeray on 28 August 2013 - 04:15 PM

Give any NFL Qb 4  5  6 seconds and he will tourch a defense. A top notch QB like Brees or Brady are quick thinking and ouick reacting so that they only need 3 or less seconds. Cam has not improved in this department 1 little bit since he's been here. Still he has the native physical abilities to make our team better, but only if the surrounding talent is improved.

 

Cam

Stature =Million dollar

Arm = million dollar

Body = million dollar

Brain power = $1.95

 

Don't expect him to improve this year other than the D being able to give him the ball more and special teams being able to provide better field position. This in my opinion is why G-man took the route he did in the draft.and free agency.

 

Okay nut huggers fire away. I know my post $.01

 

Soooo a guy that learned a completely different style of offense and verbiage, that didn't use a QB wristband, yet set the world on fire and shattered nearly every rookie record in NFL history, has a $1.95 brain power.

 

If he has $1.95 brain power than your brain power owes me money.

 




#2343558 It's official: Panthers win the Armanti trade

Posted by teeray on 28 August 2013 - 04:11 PM

"Sometimes when you win, you really lose, and sometimes when you lose, you really win, and sometimes when you win or lose, you actually tie, and sometimes when you tie, you actually win or lose."

 

 

Things I learned from "White Men Can't Jump"




#2343533 cam newton interview on 'the drive'

Posted by teeray on 28 August 2013 - 04:01 PM

My wife hates the fact that when I am making love to her as I am about to.... you know.... I yell in my best Deion Sanders voice "CAM OHHHHHH CAM"


#2343342 Hardy extension in the works

Posted by teeray on 28 August 2013 - 02:16 PM

I might be in the small numbers here as far as what people would think this. But if Hardy wants a giant deal. I say trade him to a team that really needs a DE. But in the process make that team pay to get Hardy. Hardy has done prove he can pass rush and guard against the running game. I believe Frank Alexander would do fine as starter. But if any team want Hardy. Make them pay. By asking for 2 first rounders. 1st round pick this coming year and then a 1st round the next year.That simple. It has happen before and it could happen again. Hardy is injury free, 25, and one of the best DE in the league right now. He is well worth 2 first rounders. I'm sure there is some team out there willing to give those picks up for a good DE like Hardy.


So what you are saying don't trade him or extend him. Because no way in poo someone would give up one, let alone two first round picks for him.


#2343057 Pat Yas has the Panthers finishing 7-9

Posted by teeray on 28 August 2013 - 10:36 AM

Reviews are more important than previews. Can't say that 7-9 is not unreasonable. But I also think we can do much better.

It is time for the ball to bounce our way a couple of times for once.


#2342888 Handling of a Franchise Quarterback

Posted by teeray on 28 August 2013 - 08:56 AM

Take Luke off the field we don't drop much. Take Cam off the field and our record setting franchise offense suddenly will compete for franchise worst. Talent around Cam isn't strong.

Isn't that true of any great QB? If Payton Manning gets hurt Denvers offense would also bottom out. Same with Brees or Brady.


#2342877 Handling of a Franchise Quarterback

Posted by teeray on 28 August 2013 - 08:49 AM

I've missed ranting so...



Basically the Carolina Panthers drafted one of the most "Sky's the Limit" QB prospects in recent history, gave him the ball as a rookie and said "Uhhh go run around and throw the ball and stuff, but don't expect any help from us" and continued to do it.

I can only pray Gett's piles up the offensive weapons next offseason, b/c if he doesn't we will be in the same situation we are looking to be headed into now.

I think people forget just how epically bad our defense was just two seasons ago.

Even last year the defense was not as good as the total yardage and defensive ppg would suggest.

If we would have loaded up on offensive players people would be saying

"They haven't been helping Cam enough on defense"


#2342861 Handling of a Franchise Quarterback

Posted by teeray on 28 August 2013 - 08:42 AM

You realize all those are all heavily Newton driven stats...

 

As a franchise, we have jumped on his back.  98% of QBs bust doing what we are doing.  Somehow Cam has done well yet we just add more weight.

 

Our offense has been inconsistant and that has been an issue....when Cam ain't on fire, there is no help to help us get going.

 

Offensive stats being driven by the QB position is true for about 95% of the football world.  Consider that the teams that were 1,2, and 3 in TDs per drive were QBed by Brady, Brees, and Peyton Manning in that order.

 

We have good offensive skill players.  We do need O-line help.  That will go a long ways to helping D-Will and Co.

 

We can always get better, but our defense needed more help than our offense, which is why we have focused on drafting for defense these last couple of drafts.






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