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In Topic: Another Hardy Thread....

Today, 12:16 PM

The bottom line is that Hardy was and is a loose cannon. He embarrassed a franchise and an owner whose bedrock is against domestic violence stemming from the "original sin" of one Rae Carruth. This plus his defiant attitude and quest for top dollar has ruined what was a promising career here in Carolina. He will go on to another place but after things like this it's almost impossible to regain form. He's dead and gone guys. Time for us to move on.

PS: no one is more upset about it than me. I loved the player, not the person.

In Topic: Official Destroy The Seahawks Gif Thread

Today, 08:18 AM

Shithawks Randy....



The whispering winds of sh1t are blowing, Randy.

In Topic: How would you build your offense around Cam?

Yesterday, 05:30 PM

The biggest meanest offensive line available.

I'm talking guys that are just a couple evolutionary steps from Bigfoot.

An offensive line that can destroy a dline and make linebackers drop into coverage out of fear and lingering pain.

Tolbert at FB
Olsen/Williams at TE
Anybody with some speed at RB
Big huge blocking WRs on the outside.

Super Bowl.

In Topic: Godfrey Released

21 October 2014 - 03:13 PM

Now we can let the #30 air that stink off of it so we can start to remember it fondly from the days of Minter. 

In Topic: Should tackles pass the LOS be counted?

20 October 2014 - 12:40 PM

No one say tackles should not count. There are tackles of value and garbage tackles. Tackles for no gain are of value. Just like sacks. If tackles any tackles should count then in-completions should be credited to the CBs. But they're not. A CB's bread and butter on the stat sheet is INTs. Yards allowed by a CB is not even considered. In this passing league I think yards allowed is of higher value than tackling after a 1st down.


I'm struggling to see how any of this matters? But allow me to pose this hypothetical:

If tackles after the Los no longer count and this league uses "stats" both official and not in contract negotiations. Why would a player even attempt a meaningless devalued tackle if it risks his ability to stay healthy and ready to make a tackle that matters?

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