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#3291305 Alan "Blue Balls" Ball leaves Panther offer on table

Posted by philit99 on 19 March 2015 - 05:28 PM

Sure up the outside and let Bene play the nickel and the days of bend but don't break are over! I garuntee Bene will be tops in the league and our defense will be back in the top 5

Top 5 if we can find a DE to keep up pressure. Look at the tape against Seattle. Wilson did not have any pressure in that game, without another pass rushing DE, top five is a stretch.

#3286819 Cowboys in negotiations with Greg Hardy?

Posted by philit99 on 16 March 2015 - 04:42 PM

Actually, if you have any proof Hardy paid her off, the DA would love to have it because he's been looking and cannot find enough to charge him with witness tampering, either. This comes after not having enough to continue the case.


So while all the Hardy-hating keyboard lawyers out there are convinced of his guilt, please try to remember the judicial system in Charlotte has nothing. It may not mean he's innocent, but it does mean he hasn't been found guilty, and the end result is the same- he's a free man. 

Lesson to learn here is NO MATTER WHAT, it aint free. It will always cost you whether your married or not. Hardy and the Panthers both paid for that piece. Wonder what rapper is smacking it now?


"The hoes fall of to the next rap superstar Wit no shame, give him a year and they'll be right out the game. The same as the last one who came before him Gained the fame, Started getting ignored, I warned him, Assured him, This aint easy take it from weezy Sleezy people wanna be cheesey They talking evil"


--Cypress Hill Rap Superstar

#3284276 Is Brenton Bersin really that bad?

Posted by philit99 on 14 March 2015 - 01:42 PM

According to some other guy in this or another thread, can't remember where exactly, he had 15 catches for 12 first downs.  Clutch?  Eh, if we're using the term liberally.  Clutch to me requires some knowledge of the situation in which the plays were made.  And I certainly don't remember how many of his 12 first downs were in critical situations.  I do remember one or two that helped extend important drives in games.  I think those passes could have easily gone to Brown.  Brown was more clutch this past season, in my opinion.

edit:  Just noticed your avatar.  I'd say Bersin was about as clutch as the mustache on the guy's head in your avatar lol


How do you like my mustache now?

#3284273 Is Brenton Bersin really that bad?

Posted by philit99 on 14 March 2015 - 01:41 PM

Great retort by Madhatter..

Why don't you just admit ..

"I was stupid for calling a person with 13 catches in a season a "consistent chain mover" because it's obvious with only 13 catches he didn't move many chains"..

Especially considering some "consistent chain movers" actually make 13 chain moving catches in 1 game..lol


I'm not debating the fact he had only 13 catches, I'm just wondering how many sets was he used in? How many minutes he averaged at WR a game? What is his potential? I don't expect Greg Jennings to play special teams, either. I'm saying forget special teams, this guy is a possession receiver, who makes the catches we need to get first downs, and extend drives. I think sunshine has value on this team. Especially if he is going into his third year.


I will say with the extension of Ed Dickson, I wonder how many 3Wide sets we will run anyways. Guys like Bersin are situational players, and as long as the situation is not special teams, I think he adds value to the team.

#3283561 Is Brenton Bersin really that bad?

Posted by philit99 on 13 March 2015 - 10:56 PM

But there's the second part to what I said. He doesn't offer enough upside or value as a WR to justify a roster spot when he can't even contribute on ST. He had a few catches, but surely we can find someone that can make 20 catches a season that can also contribute on ST. And maybe even do something with the ball after they catch a pass...I'm not mad if we keep him on the team or anything, but I also don't see any legitimate reason to keep him. I'd be thrilled if our WR corps is upgraded through the draft to look like:

Jaelen Strong (or some other WR in the 1st)
Justin Hardy (or another speedy guy, or guy with great hands like Hardy's that has actual upside in the 3rd or 4th)

We're not carrying more than 6 WRs, probably. And if we only draft 1 WR this year, I could see us rolling with only 5 WRs on the roster with Webb or that App State kid as the WR/backup QB that's deactivated every game.

20 catches for how many first downs? He was clutch.

#3283559 Is Brenton Bersin really that bad?

Posted by philit99 on 13 March 2015 - 10:54 PM

I personally thought sunshine played well this year. He had the most reliable hands of any of our receivers (maybe including Olsen), Someone will have stats and correct me if I am wrong. He does not have tremendous speed, will not play special teams, however I can see him as a prohel prototype player. If we run 3wide he could be a great slot receiver, I have also seen him work in the middle. I like his size, but especially his hands. He belongs on this roster for sure, as he develops his technique he will get better. Prohel wasn't the greatest speed machine in the game, however he became a slot monster. I can see bersin in that role and wish sunshine the best of luck!

#3264965 Panthers adding private club in BofA

Posted by philit99 on 05 March 2015 - 09:16 PM

I usually sit in 535 area and understand what you say. Just once, I'd love to do a suite. I've sat in the 100 section before and didn't like that. Too close and you can't see the plays develop.

I have had the pleasure of being in a suite in 2012 against New Orleans. Great food, great atmosphere, great hostess, great private restroom. The best piece of it all, is to sit in the two rows of seats in your suite and look on either side of you, you can see all the parties and people in every suite until the glass curves. They also have a great closed circuit TV to watch the game in case you missed a play. Oh, and all the beer one could drink!

#3241380 League files motion for Hardy's evidence

Posted by philit99 on 13 February 2015 - 07:11 PM


just frustrating

my hope is they do an investigation, and come out of it saying holder its a straight up coke bitch and Hardy is set

And we get 12M back in cap space, it's only fair for a player that was franchised.

#3241374 League files motion for Hardy's evidence

Posted by philit99 on 13 February 2015 - 07:08 PM

Yes. Bc Goodell thinks he is a dictator like Kim Jung

They will find anything to tarnish Hardy for the good of the League. The NFL is trying to save face, and look ethical about all players involved in last seasons fiasco. This is about saving the NFL image, nothing more. I think the league owes about 12.2M dollars of Cap space to the Panthers, if no evidence is found against Hardy.

#3241326 League files motion for Hardy's evidence

Posted by philit99 on 13 February 2015 - 06:16 PM

That is the trial we are all talking about.

Yes I know that, the article states exactly that, my question is what documents and evidence from the prosecution will be available to the NFL. They were supposed to be sealed by the court correct? The information given at the time was that she was not even checked at the scene, she was checked out the following day! That's crazy.

#3241289 League files motion for Hardy's evidence

Posted by philit99 on 13 February 2015 - 05:34 PM

It was originated from Twitter however I found the ESPN article link.

#3215026 Rank the following Panthers linebackers from best to worst

Posted by philit99 on 20 January 2015 - 08:05 PM

I'll never forget those famous words from Lathon, "Now Barry Switzer knows where Charlotte, NC is!"

Thomas Davis (Remember he played the Joker for two years)

#3181443 A wager to the owner of SeaHawks.Net

Posted by philit99 on 05 January 2015 - 07:19 PM

Reminds me of a scene from jackass, wonder if there are crabs?

I actually love Bob Ross and his happy trees, while he smoked his happy grass.

#3118739 "[Cam] might be two years away from being finished."

Posted by philit99 on 04 December 2014 - 05:13 PM

I agree, Cam has hit his ceiling in my opinion, he is no longer a rushing threat so now he is being exposed as a very mediocre passer. I have no confidence whatsoever he's a franchise QB

I strongly disagree. If we had the proper OL, and Cam can speed his decision making abilities up he would be a Franchise QB. He has to learn to take something off on shorter routes, he throws too hard honestly, and if he can develop the mental clock he would be one of the best in the NFL. I will be truefull, if Cam was not 6'5" 260+ lbs, he would be RG3, and out of the league already due to enormous amounts of hits and abuse. Cam has something the other Running QB's do not possess, Size! He can see over the oline so his sight is not blocked. Drew Bress makes a living on spot and timing routes, he often can not even see the completion. If we all remember Michael Vick in ATL, they always ran stretch plays to move him out of the pocket for his vision. Cam just needs confidence, sure up his technique, and get quality receivers and OLine. We need to move Olsen, or Cotchery to the slot, and open up short routes, that will boost his confidence and move the chains. He does need work on leadership to remain a captain.

#3072792 Cam Newton on Temple Run 2

Posted by philit99 on 08 November 2014 - 10:47 AM

Lol SCP we are the same age...38 right? Never too old
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