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Cam threw for 280+ yards and........

16 September 2014 - 09:21 AM

we won the game. .........


This makes only the 3rd time (the other 2 were in 2012 Philly and Atlanta) that Cam has thrown for 280 yards and we have won the game.  Not coincidentally no picks were thrown in either game.   


Is our inability to run the ball effectively because we are in the transition to becoming a pass first team?  Is this what our identity going to be after Dwill and Stew are off the books?   I don't forsee another big name RB being here going forward.  It seems to be the strategy is the boost the O-line and D-line.  Pay the QB and the skill guys on defense and have maybe 1 high paid WR.   


What do you guys think?

Luke Kuechly >>>> Lavonte David.

07 September 2014 - 06:13 PM

Pretty self explanatory.

Boomer Esiason's most overrated players...guess who's number 1

30 July 2014 - 04:06 PM

Our good friend Boomer Esiason made his top 5 overrated players list.  Coming in number 1 is ...well #1.  




Just the fact that Boomer Esiason  is making an overrated list is crazy in itself him being the poster boy for overrated.


You know sometimes I laugh at all the righteous indignation on this board when it comes to Cam.  But I mean...this is ridiculous... article after article with little subtle digs. 


Interesting Mock draft choice.

01 March 2014 - 05:15 PM

Saw this on yahoo.


28. Carolina Panthers -- Notre Dame TE Troy Niklas

Wideout and offensive line look like bigger needs for Carolina on paper, but Niklas could assist in both areas as an impact in-line blocker with an enormous catch radius. He goes 6-foot-7, 270 with 34 1/8-inch arms, and is built country strong enough to block defensive ends. As the Panthers are short on wideouts, their base 2014 offense would make heavy use of 12 personnel with Niklas and Greg Olsen on the field together. OC Mike Shula is a proponent of smash-mouth offense, and Carolina could assert its will via this new “two-tight” approach, particularly in the running game.



At first I was like.nooo we need OL, WR.  Then thinking about Cam's rookie year when we had Shockey and Olsen.  The OL issues,  our inability to run the ball consistently.   I started thinking, thats some outside the box thinking.  It's like 2 for 1.   I'm not advocating making this move just saying it's interesting and makes you think.   What's your opinion?



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Carolina wins 24-23

12 January 2014 - 03:36 PM

Just wanted to put in down early.

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