Panthers hopefully punch the swamprats right in their mouth. If we make it a fight and not a game of madden we are going to win. fug that toilet bowl of a city. Hopefully Deangelo has some juju left against them. Get that man some screens and cutback lanes. Any Panthers fan down there watch your back tonight when we beat those slackjawed gatorfukkers and dragqueens!
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Posted by poorboysrev on 03 December 2013 - 09:17 AM
I hope Deangelo plays in this one. Say what you want but he has a history of ripping off big runs and screen passes vs the Saints. Hopefully Hartsock returning helps our running game. The Saints are more of a finesse team, so having to tackle Tolbert when he's up to full steam will help wear them out. We better be well prepared for their screens but I think our interior push is going to give Brees fits. Beat em, burn down their stadium and pour salt on the ground
Posted by poorboysrev on 12 November 2013 - 09:40 AM
If Kenbrell Thompkins can torch Darelle Revis for two touchdowns, Aaron Dobson burn both Ike Taylor and Ryan Clark for a long bomb, and drop 2 long touchdowns against Antonio Cromartie on Monday Night, and Danny Amendola have a good game against Seattle's secondary in the past with Sam Bradford throwing him the ball then there is no reason to believe that they couldn't get open one on one with Captain Munnerlyn or Drayton Florence during single coverage or down the field. Only a fool would think that, telling you now cannot single cover these guys... At the end of the day I don't care what record Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh or New York have.. Ike Taylor, Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie are still one of the best at what they do and they were all beat by Patriot receivers BEFORE Tom developed Chemistry, now that he has... if 1 on 1 happens, it could get ugly.
Have you not seen how many turnovers our team has forced? Years of yall trading back to accumulate 3 smart but average players instead of taking top tier talent when you have the chance is catching up to you. The Pats have had 2 weeks to prepare for their last couple of Super Bowls, did not help them then, and it won't next Monday. Brady is still a great QB and if yall get the ball back with a chance to win in the last 2 mins we will all be nervous as hell. But great pass rushes give you fits and you are about to face one as well as a secondary that is not scared of any receiver on your team. AND your defense is pedestrian at best, We will run for a 150 yds minimum on you, and you will lose. It's ok though, you are still one of the best teams in the AFC, your just running into a buzzsaw
Posted by poorboysrev on 21 October 2013 - 10:15 PM
He could've defended his family and addressed it in an adult manner. All the explicit language and trash talk did was drag him down to JJ's level.
Janoris is lucky Steve didn't break his eye socket...and Steve would've been justified. There are certain words you do not say to another man unless you are ready for a punch in the mouth.
Posted by poorboysrev on 30 September 2013 - 11:29 PM
While I am drawing a mental blank on their names (it was Bradshaw and another guy), there was a time a couple of years ago when the Giants employed a tandem of backs much like we did. One was more of a power runner, the other more in the mold of DWill. I could Google it but frankly I'm feeling lazy tonight.
While Gettleman was the pro personnel guy, he wasn't the GM, so we really don't know what his input into the equation was. I think he likes play makers (along with the hog mollies) and TD scorers, so we really don't know who he prefers between DWill and Stew.
I thought last year that the "demotion" of DWill was all about finding out how we would do if we let him go in the offseason. They gave Stew the ball to see how he would produce and how he would hold up to the pounding. When he went down, DWill had an opportunity to show he could still be productive, and then when Stew needed offseason surgery on both ankles, the team decided they better try to keep DWill around.
It is going to be very hard to move on from Stew because of his contract, but I'm not sure he is still viewed as the future feature back.
It was Derrick Ward who is almost identical to Williams in size. So really it means out of their 3 backs that season they had 2 slashers and 1 power back in Jacobs...like we do now in Tolbert. Maybe he was talking about the good ole days and Rodney Hampton lol. Wasn't Gettleman a scout for Marv Levy? So that means he was there for Thurman Thomas, obviously a power back All kidding aside I think you are correct, we have no idea on gettleman's preference for running backs.
Posted by poorboysrev on 24 September 2013 - 07:30 AM
That sounds like a lot of work and it still won't do anything as people will use this 3 game microcosm and 2008 and simply ignore the poo job he's done in between
It's not ignoring it, but why is it bad to look at what Deangelo is doing this year (early of course) and see that as a positive sign for the year? we were unable to run the ball early last year and that hurt us. I personally think that IF Dwill can have a late career resurgence (i.e.Corey Dillon, Stephen Davis) that's a good thing for the team this year. I would say the same thing if it was Stew or even Barner. It takes pressure off Cam and will help us close out games. some of these comments seem similar to the guys bashing Cam after we won. It just seems crazy to me to bash players on your team after a win.
Posted by poorboysrev on 23 September 2013 - 07:06 PM
I think fans are concerned about the money because if you can save cap space, do it! We're going to need that money eventually. I'm a fan of this team and hoping they have the best situation they can possibly have going forward. And having the most realistic amount of money saved for cap space is key to that. If we can save money in our backfield then we need to do that.
I gotcha, everyone wants a good salary cap. But we are 16 mil or so under the cap now already with Gettleman working on it just since February. Deangelo already restructured his cap hit. Beason's contract is a much bigger problem and Stewart's considering he's yet to take a snap. This year we need Deangelo to do what he's doing more than giving Gettleman an extra 5 million to sit on for the rest of the season. It's week 3, win now, worry about the offseason in the offseason
Posted by poorboysrev on 23 September 2013 - 06:59 PM
I'm not worrying about anything. Just stating some of my football philosophy.
what's the point of talking about it because gettleman runs the team? We are fans. Its what we do. By your logic why would we talk about football at all, we have no say in the matters.
its not like I'm sitting here hoping for dwill to fail. I've had his jersey since his rookie year. I'm a huge fan.
I fuvking hate typing on phones god damn
Gotcha man. I started answering your thread and then just was talking to the general discussion on here. I just meant that if a starter is on the field and producing that's all we can ask them to do and that I generally worry about cap numbers in the offseason
Posted by poorboysrev on 23 September 2013 - 09:37 AM
I wish the Falcons torment was a liquid that I could purchase, store in a tank, hook a pump to, attach a spicket, run a hose, hook up a sprinkler and turn on this magical fluid as I dance through it merrily in the moon light.
That is fuging awesome. I could not sum up my hate for them any better than that. It's a tie between them and the Gatorfukkers to me. come on Miami! shock the NFL and beat the Swamprats next week too!
Posted by poorboysrev on 18 September 2013 - 07:56 AM
I'm hoping Shula speeds the tempo up and lets Cam run more hurry up. Cam's best 2 drives of the season have come during the 2 minute drill because his guys guys are running shorter routes and he can get the ball out before the pass rush kills our line. During those drives Cam has looked like a probowler.
I realize these coaches know ALOT more and this has to be apparent on the film. In Minnesota when Chilly tried to make Favre a game manager he would look average at best. Then when they were down in the 2nd half he would turn Favre loose and guess what he looked like the same old Favre. QB's need to get in rhythm, that's why the best QB's(and even the young ones) are running fast offenses. Trying to turn a big play, risk taking QB into Dilfer or Alex Smith does not work. Jimmy Johnson tried it with Marino(who was probably to beat up at that point either way). That's one reason Warner sucked in NY but excelled in AZ. Hell the times Jake was at his best was in hurry up situations. We have a great passrush but we couldn't get to Manuel or Vick because the ball's out too fast. If we negate the Giants passrush the same way they are VERY beatable.
I'm starting the "Free Cam" movement.
Posted by poorboysrev on 15 September 2013 - 04:14 PM
Coaching. However, I'm done defending Cam. He's playing like horse poo.
Cam played well enough to win, he was getting killed all day long and still made plays. he just plays for a chicken poo coach. On the hurry up drive when Cam was actually turned loose he looked like a probowler. If you put Cam in San Fran, Green Bay, New Orleans or even Miami(philbin) he would be killing it because those teams don't hamstring their QB. We need a QB friendly head coach, period. Cam and this whole team is being held back by Rivera. Cam doesn't call the plays or make the key decisions late in the game. That's Rivera playing like he has the 85 Bears defense.
Posted by poorboysrev on 11 September 2013 - 07:47 AM
Seattle's offensive line has to be considered one of the best in football. The factis that our Dline manhandled them. Most QB's would have made A lot of mistakes under that pressure but Russell Wilson's best trait seems to be not getting rattled. He played smart and that kept Seattle hanging around until our D got tired. Surprise, Russell is good under pressure. I don't expect that from Manuel.
Posted by poorboysrev on 09 September 2013 - 07:10 AM
If you had told me before yesterday that Deangelo would have 5 yards a carry, we would hold Lynch under 50 yds, and we'd hold Seattle to 12 points I would 've said we'd win. Stupid penalties and turnovers were the difference. Our running game looked really good(minus the fumble), our oline held up well(run and pass), and Cam made good decisions. Shula just needs to turn Cam loose more and I think we could have something.
Posted by poorboysrev on 01 May 2013 - 08:19 AM
I have no reservation in saying if Star/Short/and KuZilla can make impacts we have a solid shot at going to the playoffs.
Not at all. Atlanta got one game away from the Super Bowl and we should have swept them last year
. We just have to stop shitting the bed early in the season so that when we go on our late season run we are still in it. Not running 65% read option this year makes me feel better already. Cam showed he is ALOT better under center so if we actually use our running game and playaction(I expect Shula to), along with his running ability, we will be hard to stop. We definitely still need a vet RG or Kug just to be ready from day 1, but Cam is going to light it up in year 3.
Posted by poorboysrev on 26 April 2013 - 07:22 PM