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#3159582 Boomer says seedings need to be changed

Posted by ShutDwn on 28 December 2014 - 07:46 PM

Where have you been? This has been said by everyone for weeks and will probably be changed this offseason.

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#2931220 Cam out

Posted by ShutDwn on 07 September 2014 - 02:10 PM

I never realized how many people think that a rib injury is easy to deal with.

Same people who thought Rivera was just playing coy

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#2919263 Caplan: Stephen Hill trying out for Panthers today

Posted by ShutDwn on 01 September 2014 - 11:35 AM

I'm good with the practice squad but Bersin has shown what this offense needs at the very least: reliability.

I guess its worth a shot but he's a project.

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#2914498 I think Webb should be our second string quarterback

Posted by ShutDwn on 29 August 2014 - 08:26 AM

I think Igo should have a preseason for the forums just like the team and trim the CH "roster" 


Threads like this can serve as "games" where we can clearly separate who can post rationally and who can't. 


Either way, thanks for letting me know who to ignore!

#2911285 The Huddle Podcast - Guest Mike Pacheco

Posted by ShutDwn on 27 August 2014 - 08:43 AM

"I don't know what this is... oh I love this song"


Sure you do. 




DeAngelo adds homerun potential that Stewart will never have. Stewart will never outrun an entire defense and sometimes that can be the difference between 7 and 3. I still prefer Stewart because I prefer consistency from my RB, but with our offense the potential quick 7 is huge. 


Thank you for bringing up how much people use outliers as proof against highly predictable outcomes. 


Love these podcasts. Real opinions and insight, no gimmicks. They make my mornings at work better for sure.

#2900185 Chances Bersin could be our number 2 at WR

Posted by ShutDwn on 20 August 2014 - 03:54 PM

Lafell is better due to experience but it's far from considerably. He is the wr version of Tony Romo, all his drops and bad plays seem to come at the worst possible time

Btw, this isn't an endorsement for bering to be the #2 wr

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Bersin has yet to make an NFL active roster and reports were silent about him for the last two weeks. Suddenly we have a thread about him being a #2? LOLZ


You're trying to claim the difference between practice squad and being a #2 receiver isn't a considerable difference. 

#2900156 Chances Bersin could be our number 2 at WR

Posted by ShutDwn on 20 August 2014 - 03:33 PM

What doesn't bersin do that a #2 can? Lafell was a #2. Is Lafell a better WR?



#2877708 Tuesday August 5th, Practice Thread

Posted by ShutDwn on 05 August 2014 - 03:58 PM

Think about how much KB is going to open the field up for all these other receivers. 

#2079613 Greg Olsen On The Read Option

Posted by ShutDwn on 05 January 2013 - 08:37 PM

Let's let a backup QB decide where Adrian Peterson runs and which hole he goes for. He really hadn't been choosing them well.

He's over 2000 yards. Does it even matter who the starting QB was?

#2070165 Luck, Griffin, Wilson, Kaepernick, Ponder, Dalton, Fox. All in playoffs.

Posted by ShutDwn on 31 December 2012 - 12:10 PM

Turnover differential:

Carolina: +1

Washington: +17
Indianapolis: -12 (True playoff team right here)
Seattle: +13
San Francisco: +9
Cincinnati: +4
Denver: -1 (fumbles were a big problem for them)

For the rookies outside of Luck, look at these offensive rankings:

Seattle: rushing (3rd), Passing (27th)
Washington: 1st, 20th
San Francisco: 4th, 23rd

Obviously all those teams are helped out by their QB being so mobile. But do I need to point to the runningback's stats on all those teams? Gore - 12K, Morris - 16K, Lynch - 15k

Cam was the leading rusher with 40 less attempts...

Stopping the run is how you stuff these QBs. We did it marginally well against Morris and RG3 wasn't the same because play action wasn't as effective.

#2068120 We have the 15th pick...EDIT, the 14th pick Saints 15th.

Posted by ShutDwn on 30 December 2012 - 05:15 PM

after watching Newton get mugged the last three weeks some people want to pick WR?

If Cam couldn't run and break tackles he'd be on IR by now. He almost got there today.

Newton is the franchise and he has to be protected. Has Brandon Marshall helped Cutler stay upright at all? Nope, and a rookie WR won't have a year like Marshall.

Solidifying the offensive line and the defensive line will put them in position to draft skill players in the first for the next few years.

#2067877 Poor Armanti :(

Posted by ShutDwn on 30 December 2012 - 04:42 PM

You're a total pussy if you make an excuse for being caught by the punter.

He didn't even try to put a move on him.

Sorry, he isn't a real return man.

#2065577 cj and the kraken

Posted by ShutDwn on 29 December 2012 - 11:06 AM

Peppers and Ruckers had Jenkins. Arguably the best DT at the time. Put a top 10 DT between Hardy and Kraken and they will break 28.

#2062804 Cam Newton #1 Scrooge in the NFL

Posted by ShutDwn on 26 December 2012 - 02:53 PM

I didn't know Scrooge loved to donates hundreds of thousands of dollars to kids and school.

This is exactly the type of drool that makes me hate the NFL.com articles. If I were Cam I'd be pissed that the league itself tears my image down while profiting from my play.

#2059654 Ref says Newton's contact wasn't malicious

Posted by ShutDwn on 23 December 2012 - 04:40 PM

I always keep my composure when I take hits like Cam did. Idk what his problem is. I think it's because he's never lost before and he's spoiled.

I'd put this right under World Metta Peace/ Ron Artest at the palace.