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#2975334 temates steve smith faught during years in carolina

Posted by teeray on 23 September 2014 - 06:08 PM

Some of the posts in this thread made me laugh so hard I faughted

#2975101 Panthers sign Willie Snead to PS

Posted by teeray on 23 September 2014 - 03:03 PM

"Fast" Willie Snead

#2974900 48 hours ago the Huddle had Super Bowl visions. Now we should pack the season...

Posted by teeray on 23 September 2014 - 12:24 PM

The only real area we have bad injuries is RB. And ever since the ink dried on Dwill and Stews contracts I have been told RB is nothing more than a plug and play position

Davis being hurt, hurts. But we got Luke who will keep LBs straight.

We will be fine. I am still pumped up for this season.

#2974799 How long is the Huddle gonna defend Shula?

Posted by teeray on 23 September 2014 - 11:27 AM

It is much more enlightening to look at per drive statistics than overall yardage and scoring.

Just because an offense might run up yardage and points because they playing fast paced and running up snaps and possessions, doesn't mean they are running a better more efficient offense.

I don't really have an opinion on pace one way or the other. I enjoy both Stanford's offense and Oregon's. Both are effective and both teams are hard to beat when run efficiently.

So when I look at our per possession stats on offense they look pretty darn good. We can improve, but our offense was good last season.

It is al about efficiency. And we have been efficient and mostly avoided turnovers and the result has been a 14-5 record and a statistically improved defense. Yes Luke and Star have a lot, probably even more, to do with improving the defense, but our offense under Shula deserves some of the credit of our impressive improvement on defense as well

#2974634 You find out who the true Panthers fans are

Posted by teeray on 23 September 2014 - 09:28 AM

And like others have said. When he retires I will be his fan again. Until then... ice up son

#2974631 You find out who the true Panthers fans are

Posted by teeray on 23 September 2014 - 09:27 AM

We will find out who the real Panthers fans are when we see who cheers for Roman Harper when he inevitably gets in a fight with Steve Smith.

Half you guys will be shaming Harper and screaming "NO! LEAVE SMITTY ALONE! HE IS MY FAVORITE!!"

#2973174 WFNZ...

Posted by teeray on 22 September 2014 - 01:28 PM

World is fool of assholes and idiots.


Most normal people have more to do with their lives than call a radio station just to talk poo or propagate suppressed racism 














































like post on the Huddle for instance

#2972929 If Hardy is found Innocent we really need to reconsider letting him go

Posted by teeray on 22 September 2014 - 12:08 PM

Greg Hardy is a difference maker. It is a matter if we want him or if we will be able to afford him even if we do.

But make no mistake, we are a better defense with him on the field. We are still good without him, but we are better with him

#2972922 Both Tolbert and Stewart getting MRIs

Posted by teeray on 22 September 2014 - 12:06 PM

Neither injury looked good. But with RBs you just plug and play. That is what I have been told anyway last couple of years. RBs are non-essentials.

#2972904 Our oline needs to make a decision

Posted by teeray on 22 September 2014 - 12:02 PM

Play within the rules? I don't remember how many drive killing holding penalties we had but it seemed like thete was at least one on every drive in the first half

#2972896 October 19th 2003

Posted by teeray on 22 September 2014 - 11:59 AM

Another dick analogy by me:

In 2006, we played the Cowboys on Sunday Night Football when we were 4-3 in Tony Romo's first start. He ended up scorching us and we finished the season 8-8.

The aren't dick analogies they are just bad analogies

#2972884 OK, was the Mike Mitchell play dirty?

Posted by teeray on 22 September 2014 - 11:56 AM

Just Mitchell being Mitchell. That is how he rolls. He toes the line, but I admire the guys heart and passion

#2972829 October 19th 2003

Posted by teeray on 22 September 2014 - 11:39 AM

Just putting this out there for a little perspective:


October 19th, 2003. 


Who can forget that day?  As a team the Panthers were hot, playing well with a vaunted defense with perhaps the best front 7 in football.  We were so confident that Kris Jenkins was wearing a Miami Dolphins jersey that week, as a nod that we might be coming for their undefeated season. 


Into Charlotte strode the Tennessee Titans, a good team; but also a team that an average Colts defense had held to 7 points in a week 2 blowout loss and Steve McNair had recently dislocated a finger on his throwing hand.  Many fans figured "if they only put up 7 points on Indy then we very well may just shut these fools out"


In case you forgot this game, spoiler alert: we didn't shut them out.


Nope.  By the 11:00 mark of the 4th quarter we were down 30-3.  We scored a couple late, meaningless TDs, but when the final horn sounded the Titans won that game 37-17.


Around 3 months later we were a whisker away from being Super Bowl Champions. 


There are a lot of parallels between what happened that game at BOA stadium in 2003 and what happened last night. 


However, that game did not define the 2003 Panthers, and this one game won't define the 2014 Panthers







#2972759 Opponent backed up to their own end zone... then huge run.

Posted by teeray on 22 September 2014 - 11:06 AM

Obviously I hate giving up big runs, but I am for staying aggressive in those situations.

Just have to stay more disciplined

#2972664 Carolina gets blown out twice a year under Ron Rivera

Posted by teeray on 22 September 2014 - 10:34 AM

Most teams, even good ones get blown out once or twice a year, or lose to a team they shouldn't.  Not always, but usually they have a really bad game and either get blown out by a decent team, or lose a game to a team they shouldn't have.


No room for error in NFL and we had plenty of error and the Steelers did not for the most part