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KillaCamNewton

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#2741812 2012 NFL redraft: oh, RGIII didn't go #1?

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 16 April 2014 - 10:32 PM

Ill get heat for this, but honestly andrew luck is still living off the reputation he made at stanford. Theres honestly nothing special about an 80 career passer rating. Thats like jake delhomme number


#2683381 Contract says smith issue not about money

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 11 March 2014 - 10:49 AM

As harsh as it sounds, its true: if ed reed, brett favre, and brian urlacher can be released, steve smith can too


#2682773 Steve getting cut tuesday, had dinner with JR

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 11 March 2014 - 01:23 AM

Ice up gettleman


#2678334 *Slightly Panthers Related* Arizona Pro Day

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 07 March 2014 - 02:33 PM

Since its the offseason and were tired of all the steve smith and captain munnerlyn threads, I figured I would share my Arizona Pro Day experience yesterday. not sure how many huddlers have been to a Pro Day but it was pretty cool to just see the process and know that alot of NFL teams are among you. It was only open to families of players but I was with my roommate who is linebacker Jake Fischer's little brother so i was able to get in. Apparently there were reps from 25 teams including the entire Cardinals coaching staff. I spotted at least two people wearing Panthers attire, but i'm not sure if they were looking at any specific players or were just being there because they could be. The main attraction was obviously Ka'deem Carey, who ran a 4.69 40 time but other than that had a pretty good looking workout. His 40 time is honestly the only thing keeping him out of the first round. The guy that stole the show was Marquis Flowers whos an outside linebacker but might be able to move to strong safety. He's currently not projected to be drafted, but maybe his workout could move him up. He ran a 4.50 40, put up 24 on the bench, and measured 6'3 233. I wont be naive and say he's the next Kam Chancellor, but he certainly has the same measurable and body to remind you alot of him. If we arent able to re-sign Mikell, Flowers would be an interesting player to draft as a project

 

 

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#2672209 Still loving Gettleman?

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 02 March 2014 - 05:53 PM

So he cut a 30-something year old corner who had obviously lost the will to play (as evidenced by sitting out the whole year with a torn labrum and retiring the moment he was cut) restructured a left tackle in his 30s while the team was in cap hell from hurney, made an "evaluating" comment about a 35 year old receiver whose signature season was 10 seasons ago, and is holding firm on a 5'8 cornerback who seems to only be useful as a nickel corner and thinks he is worth way more than he actually is. Whats the issue here with any of these things?


#2666380 Gross' farewell via Facebook

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 25 February 2014 - 09:33 PM

Hats off to him. He was what every team dreams of when they draft a tackle in the first round: a leader who will be a top 5 player at the position every year for a decade


#2648941 Breakdown of Hardy's play in 2013

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 10 February 2014 - 12:38 PM

So the best d-lineman on the best d-line in the NFL isnt worth the money because he didnt have a good game against an all-pro? Not sure i can agree with that


#2646494 Jordan Gross is a free agent this year

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 08 February 2014 - 12:20 AM

he's made it pretty clear that if he continues to play football the panthers are the only team it will be for




#2643122 Give Richie Incognito a shot?

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 05 February 2014 - 09:41 AM

Wouldnt be too oposed to it to be honest. Hes a pro bowl lineman and i think we have a very good veteran presence in the locker room. He wouldnt be f'ing around as long as smitty, gross, td are around


#2642068 Is Gettleman up to something?

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 04 February 2014 - 11:39 AM

Yea I'm sure gettleman promised him all that and he's not just making all that poo up



Who said anything about promises? All he told me was that gettleman and his agent have been talking alot and what the plan would be if they were to draft him


#2629832 Prediction: Raiders make a go at Hardy.

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 24 January 2014 - 02:31 PM

Has anyone here considered maybe hardy likes living in charlotte and playing for rivera? We might not have a huge pocket book this offseason but we still offer tons of other incentives to stay


#2627854 Per PFF - The Most Improved Team is....

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 22 January 2014 - 07:22 PM

Interesting write up from ESPN. The stat that blew my mind is that TD was the best coverage LB in the league which is unreal considering his injuries. Im not sure how to quote articles on my iPhone so mods please clean this up if you need to.


1. Carolina Panthers, +240.3 increase

Stepping Up: We'll get to why they were so much more effective, but there's no denying that the duo of Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis delivered in 2013 with their combined grade shooting up by 12.0 points. Most of the hype has been directed at Kuechly, the tackling machine who was cast as the figurehead of the Panthers' resurgence. But it's actually Davis who graded better, chiefly because of his work in coverage. In an increasingly pass-happy league teams need their linebackers to be able to cover, and Davis is really something special in that regard. He earned the highest grade of all 4-3 outside linebackers in that facet of play.

Big Addition: Rookie GM Dave Gettleman didn't need long to figure out the team was weak at defensive tackle. It wasn't just about the team needing to get some space eaters, but the Panthers needed penetration in the run game and against the pass. So they drafted Star Lotulelei and Kawann Short. The results saw their defensive tackles grade swing from minus-45.2 in 2012 to plus-23.8 a year later. Lotulelei was a huge part of that with his work in the run game, finishing with a 12.9 run stop percentage that was second best of all defensive tackles.

Key Unit: While the Panthers won their battles up front and shut down the running game, it would have meant little if the back end of the defense didn't hold up. Despite minimal investment in the position the team somehow got better, even though its pass-rush grade fell off somewhat with Charles Johnson getting considerably less pressure (10 fewer quarterback disruptions). Undrafted free agents Melvin White and Robert Lester both held up, while veterans Drayton Florence and Captain Munnerlyn raised their games to levels nobody saw coming.


#2619907 JR takes out full page ad in the Observer

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 17 January 2014 - 10:58 AM

I guess we should all be satisfied then for hobbling into the playoffs with a rag tag one man wrecking crew offense and hope it happens to us again in another 5 years. You play to win super bowls, not just making the playoffs. There is no reason teams like the 9ers and seattle that have the same cap as us should have that many skill players and us barely having a starting caliber WR. Richardson should shove his add up where the sun don't shine.




The niners went TEN SEASONS without a playoff appearance until harbaugh came in dont jump the gun here


#2616166 Can we ditch Dwill and Jstew?

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 14 January 2014 - 08:01 PM

I would never expect these guys to take a pay cut as theyre entitled to the contract they signed, but my god theres no way even dwill and stew believe they are worth the money theyre being paid


#2610053 Who to resign?

Posted by KillaCamNewton on 12 January 2014 - 05:36 PM

I love steve and hes the greatest panther of all time, but if hes the best receiver on the roster come training camp then we have problems




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