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Ivan The Awesome

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#1795211 Anyone else besides Smitty get 1000 Yards Receiving This year?

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 07 June 2012 - 02:41 PM

I sincerely doubt anyone else will have 1k yards. Olsen might. But I honestly believe the ball will be spread around way too much for anyone else other than smith to get that many hards.

#1794286 gonorrhoea is nothing to clap about...

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 06 June 2012 - 02:25 PM

Japan can't seem to get a break.

I need to find me a virgin girl. I don't think they exist...

#1792623 Sophmore Slump discussion.

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 04 June 2012 - 09:55 PM

Didn't see this posted.

I hate to admit it. But Jamie Dukes has a point. Cam has more to prove. Gabba gabba is really SOL anyway. Dude is a bust. But Cam has to prove it's not a fluke. I honestly don't believe it was. His work ethic and demeanor speak volumes.

#1792324 Jon Beason Interview 6/04/2012

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 04 June 2012 - 04:53 PM

Jon Beason. Love the intensity he brings and also how he quickly responded to that last reporter. Wonder who that reporter was...

#1792304 Bounty grievance rejected (one down, one to go)

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 04 June 2012 - 04:10 PM

Good news. fug the Saints*.

#1791732 Greg Hardy primed for a breakout year.

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 03 June 2012 - 11:14 PM

Any time expectations for a player are high, they can either meet them or bust. Exhibit A is this thread. I didn't mean he'd be a bust as a 6th round draft pick, rather will he be a bust based on this hype?

A bust is someone that's in the 1st or second round. There's no such thing as a 6th round bust. You don't put as much emphasis on lower round prospects as 1st and second rounders. If anything he's a diamond in the rough and he's been that for his career. He's put up decent numbers in two years.

You want a bust? Jeff Otah is a bust. Greg Hardy is at worst case a rotational guy. Pass rushing by committee isn't bad.

#1791368 Could Kuechly have a Brian Cushing type season?

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 03 June 2012 - 03:04 PM

Those stats for a rookie would be amazing. I wish that Kuechly would win the DROY award.

#1790854 Single Game Tickets Go On Sale Today

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 02 June 2012 - 06:39 PM

I'm attending all of them, in the comfort of my home..=(

#1790763 would you pay chud more than rivera?

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 02 June 2012 - 03:43 PM

Wow, talk about premature talks.

#1790748 Jimmy Clausen Showing Improvement?

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 02 June 2012 - 02:55 PM

I really don't think that Jimmy was ever fully embraced here. I don't think the fans, coaches, or other players wanted him. You can't go from having a great all around awesome guy like Jake Delhomme to having a guy who comes off as a spoiled rich douche.

He was DOA. Never really had the support or cast Cam has. Davidson's play calling was infant like. Fox threw away the season with his late career "I don't give a fug" attitude. It was a circus. I don't blame the guy for not succeeding. I hope he finds a new home somewhere and I honestly hope the best for him. Should he be released or traded.

#1790440 DO NOT wear a slash T-shirt to a GnR concert!

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 02 June 2012 - 12:33 AM

GnR was never good to begin with.

#1790332 Ryan Kalil O. T. A. interview.

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 01 June 2012 - 09:15 PM

#1790295 Tolbert Relishing Opportunity.

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 01 June 2012 - 08:16 PM

Mike Tolbert was happy playing football in San Diego, when free agency arrived and the Panthers came calling he couldn't resist an opportunity to return home to the Carolinas.

It was no cheap decision - it meant leaving $1 million on the table.
A native of Douglasville, Ga., Tolbert played at Coastal Carolina and says the decision to leave the Chargers and take less money was as much about family as it was football.
''I just wanted to raise my daughter in the South,'' Tolbert said when asked why he decided to sign with Carolina. ''I just think this is a better place to raise a family.''

Coach Ron Rivera said he views Tolbert primarily as a fullback, but that his versatility means he'll be able to line up at a variety of positions including as a short-yardage running back, split out wide as a receiver as well as blocking back for Williams, Stewart and quarterback Cam Newton.
He's proven capable of doing all of those during his four seasons with the Chargers, who run a similar offense to the Panthers. Carolina offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski spent three seasons as the tight ends coach under Norv Turner prior to coming to Carolina and brought with him many of the same philosophies.
The stocky 5-foot-9, 243-pound Tolbert started 30 games over the last two seasons for the Chargers, averaging 4 yards per carry while scoring 19 touchdowns on the ground.
He also caught 79 passes for 649 yards during that span, two of those going for touchdowns.

The guy is just awesome. He's going to be a treat to watch this September.

#1790265 New Rep Rules...

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 01 June 2012 - 07:24 PM

Cause I'm lazy. I think I'm just gonna pretend everyone likes me.

But but but but, the swag/rep, your epenis will not grow without it!

#1789716 New Rep Rules...

Posted by Ivan The Awesome on 01 June 2012 - 09:21 AM

Well, JT won. His bitching was enough to make this happen.

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