Jump to content


Member Since 30 Nov 2008
Last Active Today, 08:51 AM

#3329793 Daniel Jeremiah's 2-round mock at nfl.com

Posted by MadHatter on 22 April 2015 - 08:42 AM

Can you explain why you would not be happy?

I mean, I can understand maybe preferring other players, but Peat is one of the top OTs available and Smith definitely has speed to take the top off of a defense.

Meant to say I would be happy....fixed my post.

#3329706 2015 Full Schedule is up

Posted by MadHatter on 22 April 2015 - 05:44 AM

NFCS is four out of the last six. That's hilarious. Right now our division gets no respect, followed closely by the AFCS.

You do realize that the SOS has absolutely nothing to do with respect. It is a straight mathematical equation.

We are near last because the nfcs all sucked last year. So 6 of 16 games are against teams with losing records (Div opponents).

#3329318 2015 Full Schedule is up

Posted by MadHatter on 21 April 2015 - 07:43 PM

I'm not sure why people think this is an easy schedule. The Falcons and the Saints are just as good as the Panthers according to last year. Jags, Titans, and Bucs are the only games that look easy and the Bucs might turn things around quick. Texans maybe also.

Not sure I would say the Saints and Falcons were just as good based on last year....as we beat the living hell out of both if them (in their houses) to win the division.

#3328442 This Devin Funchess guy...(WR Michigan)

Posted by MadHatter on 21 April 2015 - 08:07 AM

You must mean someone besides Benjamin. Funchess ran faster and had a better shutle and 3 cone. Benjamin with quality hands? Really????????


Watched a lot of Big 10 Football the past few years.  I do not care what Funchess's 40 time is.  The guy plays slow on the field.


He is basically a TE.

  • C47 PIE'd this

#3327026 49er player suggests Harbaugh might be 'clinically insane'

Posted by MadHatter on 19 April 2015 - 07:46 PM

i have always believed that he is the type motivator that i could put into any organization, regardless of industry, and make a quick and dynamic turnaround in a short amount of time. i don't care about his football accumen. you surround him with people/coaches/managers who know their poo and he can get them to the top quickly.

one of the things that i liked was that his pedal was floored all of the time in every game. he just didn't let up and that's what i wanted and still want from rivera.

what i didn't take into consideration was the fact that apparently that pedal is stuck. i didn't take into consideration the long term effects of his personality and drive on people.

i would still hire him, but i would so it for a short 2-3 year term and then bring in someone who could maintain rather than constantly push people to the extreme for years and years.

Great analogy.

He is like that consultant you bring in as a turnaround specialist. They are seldom liked and are never the guy you want to run the company for the long term.

#3326518 Guess the Panthers primetime games

Posted by MadHatter on 19 April 2015 - 09:19 AM

Zero chance we get 3 prime time games

#3326146 Is discussing white crime taboo?

Posted by MadHatter on 18 April 2015 - 05:17 PM

Thread is about white crime, black on black crime is immediately mentioned.

Typical huddle....

Most pedophiles are old white dudes = fact

Blacks commit crimes at a much higher rate than any other group = racist

At least you losers are consistent....really the ONLY thing you are successful at.

#3325888 Gurley: Ready by training camp

Posted by MadHatter on 18 April 2015 - 11:08 AM

I heard the Panthers like Melvin and Gurley almost equally

The voices in your head do not qualify as a source of info.

#3325305 Panthers draft hat has been unveiled:

Posted by MadHatter on 17 April 2015 - 06:34 PM

I love flat bills and will definitely be buying this

I would def wear one if I could pull it off.

But a 48 yo white dude sporting one is just......well wrong.

#3325299 Panthers meeting with Landon Collins

Posted by MadHatter on 17 April 2015 - 06:32 PM

Collins just reminds me so much of Barron....and that scares me.

#3325047 Justin Hardy route tree breakdown

Posted by MadHatter on 17 April 2015 - 03:13 PM

Outstanding breakdown...lots of time invested...great thread.

Would pie you multiple times if it were possible

#3324523 Three 5th Round Picks

Posted by MadHatter on 17 April 2015 - 09:02 AM

We can only touch 1 5th round, the original one. That's it.


Well, he did say "package one of our 5th rounders to move up".

#3324521 Civil lawsuit against J. Winston

Posted by MadHatter on 17 April 2015 - 09:01 AM

He is exaclty right- it's the power over a woman who would generally have nothing to do with that man, not the attractiveness of the woman. So that book/article is flawed in pointing out that it is generally less attractive men raping attractive women. That is true. Also, sex is the ultimate most intimate violation showing dominence versus just beating a woman up. If it's just about sex with a hot girl, why not get an prostitue? But it isn't always true you're right, just like it's not always true it's a lower economical person doing the raping to a physical attractie girl. There are always exceptions, always people who don't fit the standard, always ways to look at one study or book differently and skew it to make a point. But in general, take from multiple studies accross time (generations), genders, cultures, etc. and power and control are what fuels rape.



Also, castration was a punishment until recentley. In fact I think they still use some sort of hormone altering drugs for child rapist/molesters/violators.


Abnormal Psychology/Forensic Psychology is not my area of study but I have read quite a bit on rape cases (I have a MA in developmental psychology) through miscellenous classes, and talking to sexual psychologists who deal with this stuff on a daily basis.




Many rapists and serial rapists have wives and girlfriends.  Therefore, having sex with a woman is not what they are missing.  It is the thrill of the kill and the power over a woman that they crave.

#3324390 Seahawks GM hints he'll just let Wilson walk if he doesn't lower his...

Posted by MadHatter on 17 April 2015 - 06:50 AM

I wouldn't pay Wilson nada!


So you wouldn't pay him "nothing".....which means that you actually would pay him.



#3324388 CBS Sports 7 Round Mock Draft

Posted by MadHatter on 17 April 2015 - 06:48 AM

I get the point, but personally I can't see us taking a QB in this draft, especially not in the 4th round when there are better players out there. I feel like the need for a backup now doesn't outweigh the benefits of having Webb on the roster. If the new acquisitions like Williams and Trusnik end up being effective on ST, then I can see them getting rid of Webb and taking a QB in next year's draft.


I understand what you and others are saying.  And, I am not sure that I would take a QB in the 4th of this draft as well.


However, a strong case could be made that if a guy you like and think could be groomed is there, then you take him.


Anderson is old and on his way out of the league and Webb is NOT a potential QB of the future.


Bad teams wait until they have a big issue at a position to draft depth......good teams build depth on their team and have a next man up mentality.


As for Webb.....with the amount of improvement and additions that we have made to ST, his value there has been tremendously diminished.