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tiger7_88

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#2864114 22 of 30 top high school prospects choose Cam

Posted by tiger7_88 on Today, 07:50 AM

After being asked "Of Cam Newton, Johnny Manziel, or Jameis Winston, who would you want as your quarterback?"

 

http://espn.go.com/b...ziel-or-winston

 

 

Choosing Newton:

ESPN 300 No. 2 Martez Ivey: You could pick Manziel, too, but it’s what Cam brings. He always has that smile on his face. I remember watching him when Auburn was down to Alabama, he still had a smile on his face and went out there and won the game. He wins.

No. 10 Tim Settle: He can be locked down and not be able to throw, but he can run. And I’m trying to tell you, he doesn’t get just 10 yards -- he can get 15 if you want 10. I also think he was more mature than Johnny and Jameis.

 

 

More at the link.

 

Is it a good sign that young kids actually show greater wisdom than our media?

 

 




#2863750 Panthers waive Edmund Kugbila

Posted by tiger7_88 on Yesterday, 06:44 PM

Remember when Gman said he felt that we didn't reach for anyone?

 

 

So you are saying that in your professional scouting opinion Kugz would have sucked even when healthy?

 

Do you have a hotline we can call for these #hottakes?




#2861382 Panthers cut LB Billy Boyko

Posted by tiger7_88 on 22 July 2014 - 08:27 PM

According to NFL media logic, we now have the worst LB corps in the NFL.

 

:(




#2838457 Cam ranked smack dab in the middle of QBs according to some league insiders

Posted by tiger7_88 on 02 July 2014 - 06:33 PM

The 2nd article I quoted points out that the execs actually rank Cam higher than coaches, kind of ruins the argument they are trying to save face for the league.

 

 

Both league execs and coaches are hostile to CHANGE in the game.

 

But you know who is the most hostile to change between the two?  Coaches by far.  They like what they were taught as players and they want to keep doing it.

 

Exec's however, though more willing to "stick with how its done" than not are at least MORE willing to adapt change if they think it can make their team better.

 

Cam is a threat to "the old ways" that coaches love.  And because they don't understand it, they don't respect it.

 

FUG those dried up assholes.

 

:)




#2838449 RIP Philip Lutzenkirchen

Posted by tiger7_88 on 02 July 2014 - 06:18 PM

https://www.facebook...&type=1

 

Cam comments on his fallen teammate.

 

On this day I am mourning the death of a teammate, a friend, a brother Phillip Lutzenkirchen! Lutz (to everyone who knew him) lost his life in a severe car accident on early Sunday morning(June 29th, 2014)! I know for me it left me asking the question that so many of us ask when something of this magnitude happens..... WHY!?? But as I sit and think about it, I do know that GOD makes NO mistakes! If anything, for everyone who's sees this; I challenge you to forgive whatever someone did to you, tell/text someone "you love them", or even help someone who is having a "not so good day" because one thing I do know is that LIFE IS TO SHORT for someone to be holding grudges and for you not to be at peace with yourself at the end of the day! I guarantee that If anyone of us knew the EXACT year, the month, the day, the hour, the minute, or even the second we were going to leave this earth to meet our maker, WE ALL WOULD DO BETTER AND APPRECIATE THE PEOPLE IN OUR LIVES, NO MATTER THE CIRCUMSTANCE: rich or poor! SO WHY NOT DO IT WHILE WE CAN!??? A wise man once told me "THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE", and I agree with that, so with that said, that includes family, friends, and relationships and the bond between each one. It cost NOTHING for a person to text, call, or even communicate to another their feelings and to FORG1VE and appreciate the BEAUTIFUL world we have the joy of living in each day! I will and hope everyone will join me in praying for the Lutzenkirchen family, for them to try to be at peace through this trying time in there lives! 
John 14:1-4 “Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me. In my Father’s house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also. And you know the way to where I am going.”
GOOD-BYE! Or should I say SEE YOU LATER "LUTZ"! See you on the other side of the pearly gates my teammate, my friend, MY BROTHER who was truly an AUburn Man! WAR EAGLE my man, WE WILL MISS YOU!!#GONEbutNEVERforgotten

 

 




#2836311 RIP Philip Lutzenkirchen

Posted by tiger7_88 on 30 June 2014 - 05:54 PM

I've been bummed all yesterday and today.

 

Us Auburn folk had fun with Lutzenkirchen... lots of us said that "Lutzenkirchen" was German for "touchdown" (he has the Auburn record for TD receptions by a TE).

 

He caught the winning TD (from Cam) in the 2010 Iron Bowl vs. Alabama, a comeback after being down by 21 points.  His spontaneous silly little TD dance went down in AU history as "the Lutzie".  And he went along with it with good humor because that's the kind of guy he was.

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=BPj68CApLlY

 

I don't know a single person, even opposing players and fans, that had a bad opinion of the kid.  He went to high school about 2 miles away from my house as the crow flies.  Lots of sad people up here.  He impacted lots of lives in a positive way.

 

In just 23 years.

 

Too damn young... dammit.  I'm still bummed. :(




#2833620 David Newton: Cam is earning respect

Posted by tiger7_88 on 27 June 2014 - 02:18 PM

We would have beaten Seattle if it wasn't for that unbelievable play by Wilson.  

 

 

I think you misspelled "We would have beaten Seattle if D-Lo hadn't fumbled the ball."




#2830444 Five cities you recommend when foreigners to visit the U.S.

Posted by tiger7_88 on 25 June 2014 - 07:54 PM

NYC

 

Washington D.C.

 

Denver

 

Miami

 

San Francisco




#2816917 Motivation for "sorriest receivers in the NFL"

Posted by tiger7_88 on 11 June 2014 - 06:50 PM

At some point, on the field, those receivers will have to make plays. This is a talent vs talent profession.  Either have it or not.

 

deep-thoughts-by-jack-handey-screen-grab




#2814369 There was also a chicken involved

Posted by tiger7_88 on 09 June 2014 - 02:45 PM

If I had been those guys, I would have flown the coop well before law enforcement arrived.

 

(P.S. Deshea Townsend is currently shaping young minds as the current cornerbacks coach for the Mississippi State University Bulldogs.)




#2813449 Think Cutler's contract not Kaepernick's for Newton

Posted by tiger7_88 on 08 June 2014 - 02:40 PM

Well Cam is very marketable, he can make money by endorsements too. And lets not forget the clothing line. He may take a more team-friendly (within reason) deal so they can surround him with some talent. He will get paid near 20 mil we know for sure, but what side of it is the question.

 

 

I don't see any player with an effective agent giving up guaranteed money to be "team friendly".

 

Cam's next injury, in the world of the highly dangerous NFL, *could* be a career ender.

 

Then where does all that marketing money go?  Corporations rarely pay money for old-news to be the face(s) of their companies.

 

Cam was the first #1 overall pick to come into the league under the rookie salary cap.  You can make a safe bet that Cam and his agent will get the maximum value out of his next contract as they possibly can.  And nobody should blame him/them one little bit for doing so.




#2812778 Tiny Richardson turning heads with Vikings

Posted by tiger7_88 on 07 June 2014 - 02:21 PM

 

 

FOURTEEN.

 

FOUR.

 

TEEN.

 

14.




#2810884 Steve Smith was going to retire after the 2014 season

Posted by tiger7_88 on 05 June 2014 - 10:07 PM

I'm gif bombing this shithole thread.

 

 

Do what you need, brah.

 

I just made a "mistake" when my fist accidentally hit my wife in the face after she spilled my beer.




#2810880 MMQB Ranks the running Qbs.

Posted by tiger7_88 on 05 June 2014 - 10:05 PM

Serious question-  I thought falling forward was not giving yourself up..             Sliding is essentially tackling oneself,  not falling foward trying to get more yards.

 

 

Falling forward has protected Cam more than anything.  It puts him in a semi-fetal position with his helmet and shoulder pads facing any contact.

 

Sliding?  That puts a QBs legs and chin facing contact.

 

Again, Peter King and his minions are fuging idiots.




#2810831 MMQB Ranks the running Qbs.

Posted by tiger7_88 on 05 June 2014 - 09:31 PM

Andy Benoit? The guy who wrote the article??

 

 

I'm sure his boss has no influence at all on him.






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