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#3040071 If Kalil is out for any plays on Sunday....

Posted by rayzor on Yesterday, 01:45 PM

it sure is a good thing we spent all that money tagging a DE that has only seen the field once tying up 20% of our cap in two players at the same position instead of pursuing options that would have made the OL not quite so pathetic.

#3038906 Is Shia LaBeouf a "great" actor?

Posted by rayzor on 23 October 2014 - 04:32 PM

i put him in the same category/level as keanu reeves. take that however you want.

#3038879 Seahawks week (there is really a Southeastern Sea Hawk fan club? Are you f...

Posted by rayzor on 23 October 2014 - 04:16 PM

pinned because i can.

#3038800 Requirement to be a top-tier QB

Posted by rayzor on 23 October 2014 - 03:26 PM

production. move the ball and get the ball into the endzone. do your part. the bigger the part you play, the better you are. that's essentially it for me. everything else is just noise.

and QBs don't win or lose games. they may have big plays that help one way or the other, but a game isn't won on one or two big plays. it's a team effort that takes three phases and about 32 other players to pull off. all you can do is do your part and hope that the other contributors do their part or at least don't screw up bad enough to keep you from winning.

#3038781 Want to see Charles Godfrey get cut in real time?

Posted by rayzor on 23 October 2014 - 03:17 PM

Who else tried to hit the play button?


#3038758 How would you build your offense around Cam?

Posted by rayzor on 23 October 2014 - 03:09 PM

1.) Deep threat WR (Ex: Desean Jackson)
2.) Run Blocking OL (Ex: Eagles O-line)
3.) Great O-Coordinator (Ex: Chargers HC Mike McCoy)

I actually think we can fix this up in a year...Fire Shula if we don't make the playoffs

sorry...just have to lol at mike mccoy as an example of a great OC.

i agree with everything else, tho.

OL, deep threat WR, and an upgrade at OC. everything else is pretty much taken care of. he's got. good and reliable group of receivers including the TEs and if the RBs could stay healthy, i think we would be ok (the OL is the bigger problem). and even though the interior of the OL has been beat up and sketchy, i like their potential. it's the outside of that line that has bothered me this past year. we haven't taken OT seriously (or we've been seriously wrong about chandler and bell). imo, we are three players (deep threat WR, 2 OTs) and one OC away from giving cam what he needs. and philly brown could be that deep threat guy....at least i hope he is. sure would make things easier.

getting the defense back on track and settle on some healthy RBs would help cam a lot as well.

#3038702 Newton Positive? Reed's latest article not too convincing to me for some...

Posted by rayzor on 23 October 2014 - 02:19 PM

Yeah you're reading too much into it.


might do you some good to step away for a little while.

#3037575 Gameplan for Wilson?

Posted by rayzor on 22 October 2014 - 05:29 PM

No reason TD and Luke can't get it together.

2/11 = not enough.

#3035473 When a student fails, do you blame the teacher?

Posted by rayzor on 21 October 2014 - 02:35 PM

if you run a business and your business starts failing, do you blame the hourly employees or the managers?

imo, this is a better analogy. and i would still put more blame on management for 1) not getting the best possible employees you can afford and 2) not managing your resources so that you can be as productive as you need to be. it's up to management to have the right employees in the right places with the right tools, education, direction, motivation, and proper focus.

#3035423 Thanks Charles

Posted by rayzor on 21 October 2014 - 02:23 PM

my biggest/best memory...

#3035409 Thanks Charles

Posted by rayzor on 21 October 2014 - 02:21 PM

well said.

accepting a pay cut was a good move as well, although he might not have had a choice if he wanted a job.

still, it sounded like he handled everything with class.

i had high hopes for him at the beginning. oh well...

#3035399 Panthers work out OT Bruce Campbell

Posted by rayzor on 21 October 2014 - 02:18 PM

To be fair, most of what else is out there isn't any good either.

There's a lot of "used to be good" but none I know of offhand that are anything special right now.

but are they better than bruce campbell? i mean is he seriously the best we can do right now? why not bring in several and let them compete? why not actually test players out and see if there isn't a best fit we overlooked?

i have a very hard time believing it. this is one area i believe gettleman is just being stubborn on. i think he's done really well in many areas, but the handling of the OL and decisions he made to keep us from being able to afford better talent is sokething i really have a problem with.

#3035353 Panthers work out OT Bruce Campbell

Posted by rayzor on 21 October 2014 - 02:07 PM

Campbell is the best FA OT out there? Really?

continuity > talent, apparently.

better to know the system and players than to be good.

#3035320 Panthers trying out DBs?

Posted by rayzor on 21 October 2014 - 02:01 PM

at least we now know why we were working out DBs. godfrey just got released.

#3035294 Panthers work out OT Bruce Campbell

Posted by rayzor on 21 October 2014 - 01:58 PM

Exactly. It's not like Shula's system is overly complicated and difficult to learn.

compared to davidson's maybe....just maybe.

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