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2015 Blizzard: Northeast Edition

26 January 2015 - 10:07 AM

Getting ready for power outages and grocery store riots. I wonder how much money this storm is going to cost us?


After a short night of restless sleep, it appears that forecasters are still predicting the end of the world in the Northeast this evening. If you haven't panicked yet, you have several hours to do so before it's too late. Hug your children. Hoard booze. This is not a drill. Here's what you need to know to make it through the storm.

The Storm

Today: Snow will likely fall lightly throughout the Northeast this morning, building in the afternoon to accumulations of one to three inches by early evening and wind gusts as high as 30 miles per hour.

Tonight: The heaviest snowfall and strongest wind will likely begin tonight, accumulating a foot or more of snow in New York City at a rate of two to three inches an hour, with accompanying winds of up to 40 miles per hour.

Tomorrow: Heavy snowfall could continue all the way through Tuesday, accumulating another foot of snow in New York City and north. By Tuesday the Northeast might be buried in record snowfalls—as much as three feet in Boston, two feet in New York, and a foot in Philadelphia.


Blizzard warnings are in effect from the eastern coast of New Jersey through Maine, with all of the major cities (Newark, New York City, Hartford, Providence, Boston, Portland).

A blizzard occurs when sustained winds of 35 MPH or greater create blowing snow that drops visibility down to one-quarter of a mile or less, for three consecutive hours. A blizzard is essentially a sustained whiteout that can be disorienting and lethal if you're caught outside unprotected and unprepared.

There are so many warnings and advisories in effect that it would be impossible to list them all. You can see a map and a full, current list at weather.gov."


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Dex's Pre-Combine Offseason/Draft

20 January 2015 - 12:06 PM

Major Free Agents Signings


I believe these are the two splashes we make in F/A this offseason. Dollar store signings( not until after the draft) and players we are retaining will not be included and will just be reflected on the depth chart. This will address two major areas of concern for us as well as stay with the youth movement.


RT Bryan Bulaga Age 26 - 5 Years $35,000,000






S Rahim Moore Age 24 - 3 Years $11,250,000




Major Cuts


DeAngelo Williams Age - 31




Thomas DeCoud Age - 29




These are mainly to free up cap space. Other cuts will wait until training camp.


NFL Draft


Round 1


T.J. Clemmings


OT Pittsburgh 6'6", 315 lbs.





Round 2


Justin Hardy


WR East Carolina 6'0", 190 lbs.





Round 3


Eric Striker (Staying in school)


OLB/S Oklahoma 6'0" 220 lbs.





Round 4


Tyler Lockett


WR/KR/PR Kansas State 5'11", 175 lbs.





Round 5


Jeff Heuerman


TE Ohio State 6'5" 255 lbs.





Round 5 (Compensatory Pick)


Steven Nelson


CB Oregon State 5'11" 195lbs.





Round 6


James Sample


SS Louisville 6'2" 190lbs.





Round 7


Ray Drew


DE Georgia 6'4" 285 lbs.





I will update this to include UDFAs and dollar store signings after the combine.


Cam Newton

10 January 2015 - 11:10 PM

He showed some great things tonight. At times he was accurate and made plays when he needed to. However he is still plagued by awful footwork and bad decision making. The talent around him isn't doing him any favors but these are things that need to be addressed in the offseason if he wants to reach the next level.


Keep Pounding gentlemen. We have a great young core.

Gameday Menu

10 January 2015 - 07:04 AM

Same thing as last week. Not fuging with the mojo. Skoal Citrus gentlemen. What have you got?

16-12 Panthers.

Special Teams

04 January 2015 - 08:50 PM

I really believe our biggest weakness right now is ST. What changes need to and can be made before we play the Seahawks? Will Rivera leave Bersin back there? I hold my breath every time we're receiving a punt. I feel like going into C Link with that environment, weather and noise we need a dude with ice in his fuging veins receiving. Joe Webb anyone? I'm halfway serious about that.


Personal changes aside we need to protect Nortman because he is money when he has time and Gano needs to get back to being $$$. I really believe our ST & Defense will be what wins us this game. Don't have too much faith in our offense going up against LOB in their house. 


Keep fuging Pounding.