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Doughboy88

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#2620444 ILM huddlers, want to have lunch w/Steve Smith?

Posted by Doughboy88 on 17 January 2014 - 06:16 PM

Yes! I'll be one of the sponsors attending. Last year was the CEO of bojangles. What a disaster that was!


#2318901 Game Rewatch Observations

Posted by Doughboy88 on 10 August 2013 - 10:40 AM

We look solid all around from 1st to 3rd string. I rewatched each in the first half a few times concentrating on each player's assignment. Physically our o-line didnt get beat much. We had defenders come in unprotected because our guards (mostly second string) were out of place. I am not the least bit worried about cam's pick.. It happens. I mostly payed attention to Brandon Williams, AE, and barner on offense. Williams picked up some decent blocks and was open on most occasions. With some extensive looks in the next few games, he will make his presence known. AE lived up to the hype so far. He is the first wr off the line of scrimmage. His ability to make people miss impressed me the most. Edwards shook their #2 and 3 corners off the line to get open in the middle of the field. His first and second step really gets his initial separation because his speed isn't stellar. He is mentally light years ahead of where he was last year. Ricky has done wonders with this kid, he deserves some pie! Barner: we can check off the fumble to first game jitters. The cat looks the part. When he learns to aggressively shoot through the hole instead of picking a hole, he will run much harder. I think he is an absolute natural playmaker. His vision and lateral agility alone will make him special. I am very excited about the barn burner. On defense I zeroed in on our front 7 and whoever stood out to me in the secondary. Starr drew double teams consistently, and when he wasnt- he got penetration. He is exactly what we needed to dominate. Short also has a great bull rush with some pretty sweet moves. He plays a lot with his arms effectively. Hardy and Johnson will hit 30 sacks this year. We are a force. I'm so excited about them, I almost wrote Super Bowl. Back to the game.. This is a given- the one player I was not focusing in on but couldn't help but credit his play- Luke. The kid can diagnose and attack faster than anyone in the league. Pick almost any play and watch him in slow motion. He is like a world class chess player on the field. No matter where he is on the field, he will impact or make a play. He alone turned this defense into a special one. He was living in Chicago's backfield, making tackles across the field, and played outstanding coverage. Go rewatch this game and concentrate on him. Simply outstanding.


#2294871 what are some good places to watch a panthers game in wilmington?/fug the red...

Posted by Doughboy88 on 21 July 2013 - 09:25 PM

Also forgot about Carolina ale house and KBJ's. Both aren't bad sports-wise but food and drafts are just terribly average at best.


#2294868 what are some good places to watch a panthers game in wilmington?/fug the red...

Posted by Doughboy88 on 21 July 2013 - 09:23 PM

Beach house? Yes, about an eighth mile south of it on the other side of the 17.


#2294854 what are some good places to watch a panthers game in wilmington?/fug the red...

Posted by Doughboy88 on 21 July 2013 - 09:13 PM

I can help you out a bit. It depends on what type of atmosphere you are looking for. Brixx pizza is actually a solid spot. Great views of huge TVs at any seat, good pizza, and quality beer selections. Of the typical sports bars- our bdubs is decent and fox and hound isn't bad either. Wild wing is your typical franchise wild wing. Haven't had great luck watching the games down town or at the beach yet. I know there will be some hardcore panther fans, probably including me, up at "the beach house". Good little watering hole fun indoor cornhole, cheap ass drinks, and tons of panther fans. You can talk straight panthers the entire time to most people. I would go there without the kids though. Good luck, can't wait to see Wilson on his ass in their first 3 and out/butt fumble touchdown recovered by hardy.


#2207328 Off to buy beer... what is the perfect 2013 NFL Draft Beer?

Posted by Doughboy88 on 25 April 2013 - 02:23 PM

Red Oak is smoother than David Gettleman's bottom half of his roster

Red Oak Red Oak Red Oak Der Kao Red Oak


#1989399 Former NY Giants GM Ernie Accorsi Hired To Search For Panthers GM

Posted by Doughboy88 on 09 November 2012 - 01:26 PM

We should hire the Dallas GM.


#1989343 I hope Chud knows that Fox doesn't know how to defend the TE

Posted by Doughboy88 on 09 November 2012 - 01:05 PM

Call up the 7th floor crew time!


#1988071 manning vs. norman

Posted by Doughboy88 on 08 November 2012 - 03:39 PM

i don't have a lot of respect for their WR corps. i think our secondary matches up pretty well.

it's just peyton being able to capitalize on mistakes and windows. the CBs can't allow for any space whatsoever. they can't play soft on any down. they have to press and press hard.


It would be sweet to shut down Thomas.. It seems like Norman matches up better when getting physical at the line. He isn't the greatest in soft zone.. I am a little worried about Decker on either Munny or Thomas.. He is pretty physical. Either way, this game is taking way too damn long to get here.


#1988053 Panthers insider video released today shows Gettis still very speedy!

Posted by Doughboy88 on 08 November 2012 - 03:24 PM

I forgot the wheels this guy had. We are missing a true burner on offense.. If he is back to his true form, our offense can be much more potent.



#1986353 Calling Out Zod

Posted by Doughboy88 on 07 November 2012 - 01:15 PM

They are busy posting cat pics. Honestly though it reminded me of this hilarious video. You have to sit through a least 30 seconds..


#1986315 Calling Out Zod

Posted by Doughboy88 on 07 November 2012 - 12:48 PM

Their forum blows horse nuts. I would love for us to steamroll them Sunday. Even though we are 2-6, I haven't been this fired up since pre-cards playoff game.. then I cried for a few years..


#1980701 Josh Thomas...

Posted by Doughboy88 on 04 November 2012 - 06:28 PM

Yes, cut gamble. The huddle is full of good ideas recently. I am loving to hate these new idiots on here.


#1973411 A few more G Hardy nuggets

Posted by Doughboy88 on 31 October 2012 - 09:02 AM

As seen in another post, Hardy is having an outstanding year. We all didn't expect much from him- maybe that is our secret to success! Here are some some notable stats:

13th in EPA/G- Players impact on the score of the game directly (CJ 18th)
6th in Tackles (CJ 17th)
6th in Sacks (CJ Tied)
8th in TFL (CJ 45th)

Also factor that he only played 6 games opposed to most DE's with 8 or 7. CJ was in all 7.

http://wp.advancednf...s=DE&season=all


#1944014 It needs to be asked

Posted by Doughboy88 on 11 October 2012 - 04:15 PM

Lol wut? So you would draft a dt cb de at #1 overall pick instead of trading the pick down?


I would not draft a QB after we found our franchise QB. That is just asking to go backwards. Now I feel like I wasted 10 seconds of my life. Why do I feed people like you..




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