Right now, if the game was on the line with three yards to go, I'd only trust three rushers to get those harsh yards.
As much as I love D-Will, he isn't one of them.
I love me some DeAngelo. But, Tolbert and Stewart both need more touches. Heck, everytime Tolbert runs the ball he seems to get 2 or 3 yards after initial contact. Williams goes down instantly, it seems when he is first touched. We would be much better off pounding the rock with Tolbert and Stewart and using DeAngelo on 3rd downs. The other team's defenses are stacking the box with 8 at least, Williams isn't going anywhere.
OP you need to get a clue. Have you been watching any of the games this year? The Panthers will dominate the time of possession and keep Brady off the field. When he is on the field he will only have time to throw short, chewing up more clock. I think this game is going to look more like the Atlanta game than people realize. Luke Kuechly needs to cover Gronk better than he did Gonzalez in the first half. Other than that, I think we will completely out physical them.
And as far as their run game, its called Star Lotulelei
The 49ers are dead last at passing the football, but the Carolina Panthers Defense is 10th against the pass and 2nd against the run. I don't think Frank Gore is going to have a big game (see other examples this year: Marshawn Lynch 43 yards, Adrian Peterson 62 yards, Steven Jackson 57 yards. We have faced better running backs than Gore and held all of them to a few yards and 2 rushing TD's. The 49ers rushing defense has given up 7 rushing TD's. So, if the 49ers are last in passing and if the Carolina Panthers continue their trend of relegating oppossing running backs to insignificant yardage, what are the 49ers going to do? The Carolina Panthers are averaging over 25 points a game (over 30 points a game in their last 4). If you think the Carolina Panthers have very little chance to beat the 49ers this Sunday you are a moron.
That article was the best summary of Ron Rivera as a head coach I have ever read. He fails to adjust his strategy to the game, especially in the 4th quarter. A good head coach would use Cam properly and know what the strengths and weaknesses of his team is at the time. Who would trust their defense to stop the Bills when 4 players on the secondary were already injured in the game? Why not go for it on 4th and 1 and WIN THE GAME? Come on Ron, ONE first down and we WIN THE GAME!!!! WTF???? At worst, we didn't make it and the Bills still have to drive 80 yards to win with less time on the clock than before.
The problem wasn't Cam Newton. The problem was the play calling and the lack of execution by the WRs (not named Steve Smith), TEs (greg Olsen dropping not one but two balls, and the RBs (Deangelo Williams fumbling the ball on the 6 yard line). Cam was efficent and ran the plays that were given to him. He didn't overthrow receivers, he didn't throw interceptions, and he didn't fumble the ball. Our 2nd and 3rd WRs need to do a better job of getting seperation and catching the balls thrown to them. Also, Shula needs to throw a few deep balls each game. Maybe he didn't against Seattle because of their secondary, but that is Cam's best asset, the deep ball. So, if you eliminate that, you are greatly stifling your offense, imho.
I think Ginn makes it due to being a returner and his WR potential he has shown in mini-camp. I think Edwards stays on the team because of his improvement this year. Hixon, I think has the most talent, if he can stay healthy (other than Lafell or Smitty of course).
I have connections at the federal agencies and I am on a task force with access to electronic data. The NSA, CIA, FBI, DEA, and whatever other federal agency you want to name does not have access to stored text messages. Why? Because they aren't stored, that's why. Emails, IP addresses, phone records, cell tower information,gps coordinates, subscriber information, log in times, etc.... are all stored, therefore the government has access to that. Listen, it's common sense really, in order for them (or us) to get all that data, they would have to effectively digitally wiretap EVERY cellphone in the world. It takes an act of god to get a title 18 wiretap as it is. Do you know what this is?
In reguards to broken cell phones and retreiving data. There is a training that teaches officers how to hook up a cell phone that has been damaged and extract information off of the sim card. So, if law enforcement in Mass. obtained text messages, it was through the actual phone itself, and not some nefarious secret spy agency that logs every cell phone text message in the world. I'm done with this topic. If you keep believing it's possible that's up to you. Honestly, I have lied and told people, " Hey man, you might as well tell me the truth, because you know I can get those text messages anyways." It works because people think it is so, lol.
Well just because he claims that doesn't mean he actually is. This is the interner after all.
I missed this, lol. If I could choose to be someone else on the internet, I would choose somebody who made alot of money like a pro athlete or a movie star, or an international man of mystery, not a cop, lol.
My guess is it's for murder. I'm not sure how Massachusetts court systems work, but here in NC, after you are arrested you are taken immediately to a magistrate for a bond, and then he sets the bond. Exceptions are: There is no warrant, but you are caught in the act like robbing a bank. Then, you can question them while someone enters a warrant into the system, if they consent by waiving their miranda rights. If he is charged with murder, Hernandez probably won't have a bond and will have to sit his butt in jail until a trial. After all the stuff he did with the cell phones, security system, and carpet cleaning, and lawyering up, I hope he never gets out, if he's guilty.