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rayzor

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#3025615 What Packers Fans are Saying

Posted by rayzor on 18 October 2014 - 06:42 AM

Our D will come back.

27 - 24 Panthers

if our D comes back, the packers aren't scoring 24.


#3024919 Ron Jaworski on Cam Newton

Posted by rayzor on 17 October 2014 - 12:43 PM

For everyone thinking Jaws is being inconsistent for praising Cam about how he has been playing this year and then dissing him on this list, you need to realize that Jaws' list incorporates a QB's entire career and not just this year. It's kind of a stupid list but that is how it's done.

A quick reminder on these rankings: They incorporate the full body of work for a quarterback's career, not just the first six games of this season. They are weighted toward 2014 play, but players such as Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady have built up plenty of capital, and they aren't leaving the top 10 anytime soon.

is that why he crowned kaep as the bestest QB ever?


#3024907 Bill Barnwell sees it too.

Posted by rayzor on 17 October 2014 - 12:35 PM

Lol @ Chandler in the first GIF.

so what happens when your big solution for handling the OL is moving a crappy RT to the even more important position of LT and you replace the crappy RT with a guy who has never settled down to any position on either side of the ball but you like him because he's big?

i think that gif just showed us.


#3024805 Should refs help prevent penalties?

Posted by rayzor on 17 October 2014 - 11:03 AM

refs are not coaches. watch what happens and make the call. that's their job.

i remember when the refs went on strike (which it's hard to tell if they ever came back) that goodell mentioned at somenpoint using computers to handle some of the officiating. you wouldn't get an argument from me. i think refs will oftem show bias and preference on the field towards one team on the field. rarely is it balanced.


#3024777 What Packers Fans are Saying

Posted by rayzor on 17 October 2014 - 10:44 AM

i think they're gonna get schooled on cam the pocket passer. they'll see he's a whole lot more than that read option QB, but they aren't wrong in that he's pretty much our whole offense right now. shula pretty much just threw his hands up and told cam to do whatever he wants because shula doesn't have a clue.

the problem is gonna still be our sucky OL against a 34 D. that spells trouble for us.


and also our surprisingly porous D against a prolific passing offense like they have. unless they have gotten their act together this week (which i doubt they did) we are probably going to see the packers put up 40+ on us and i don't think that we'll have nearly enough offense to compete with that.


#3019290 ESPN Article on the ankle twisting/Olsen Getting Real

Posted by rayzor on 13 October 2014 - 03:49 PM

I had no idea he had a history of dirty plays. He needs to be taught a serious lesson.

he was in serious discussions as a first or second round draft pick when he came out, but tes didn't like his tendency to play dirty and rack up personal foul penalties. many thought it wouldn't matter because he's just so talented and that's all that mattered. apparently nobody in the league thought his dirty play was worth a draft pick, regardless of how talented he is, and he went undrafted. the fact that the bengals picked him up was no surprise to anyone because the browns (the family that owns them, not the team from cleveland) prefers headcases.

now he's proven to be as talented as people thought, but he's also proven to be as much of a penalty and fine magnet as everyone thohgt as well. i'm thinking that with this game he took it just a bit too far and he's getting the attention for it that refs and the league are going to start taking more notice and his extra cirricular activites on the field are going to start costing the bengals because not only will he probably be drawing more penalties from refs wanting to clamp down on his dirty play, but he'll also start drawing suspensions and the bengals will have to adjust to being without one of their most talented players on defense because he refuses to control himself.


#3018297 3 frame look at Burfict ankle twist

Posted by rayzor on 13 October 2014 - 08:23 AM

I am very serious, watch the action again, not a picture.
He is not twisting his ankhle he is just trying to prevent Olsen from reaching the end zone.

lol no he wasn't. olsen was already well in the end zone and on the ground and burfict then grabbed his foot and started pulling back his foot and twisting his ankle. i don't know if you think he was trying to pull olsen out of the end zone, but it doesn't really work like that. once you cross the line, you're in. burfict knew where he was and where olsen was. he knew oksen had scored, and he was trying to inflict injury. if everyone else is seeing it from both the replay and the pictures (and by everyone, that includes those outside ofhere and those who aren't panther fans) and you can't, you have to know that maybe it's just you who is wrong and not seeing it correctly.


#3017411 Culling Necessary on the Huddle

Posted by rayzor on 12 October 2014 - 07:41 PM

How exactly do u have a negative number of posts?

 

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#3017301 Culling Necessary on the Huddle

Posted by rayzor on 12 October 2014 - 07:22 PM

I agree.

Ban anyone under 20,000 posts.

 

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#3010736 Nicks to Panthers revisited

Posted by rayzor on 11 October 2014 - 08:25 PM

re: the topic....nicks would be the third option behind KB and olsen. maybe fourth behind mr. reliable cotchery.

 

so he's not far off from where he is now.




#3010734 Nicks to Panthers revisited

Posted by rayzor on 11 October 2014 - 08:23 PM

Ill take him, he will do better with cam then hes doing with luck! As a unc alum and fan I would love him on this team, hes underrrated

 

 

we should of took him in the 2nd

 

just thought this was funny.




#3007438 ESPN Picks - Bengals vs Panthers

Posted by rayzor on 09 October 2014 - 01:48 PM

everyone needs an upset pick and we just happened to be golic's.

honestly i'm surprised anyone picked us and i don't blame anyone for not picking us. i don't see us doing so well against afc and 3-4 teams the rest of the year.


#3007359 J.J. Watt or Luke Kuechly

Posted by rayzor on 09 October 2014 - 01:06 PM

Watt is a game changer, he's an athletic freak and probably the best defensive player in the league right now.

 

Having said that, I will take Luke and I have a non homer reason as to why.

 

 

With Watt, if you have an average to above average defense on the field with him, there is only so much he can do playing from one side of the field.  Teams can game plan away from him.

 

With Luke, if you have an average to above average defense on the field with him, he's in the middle and can get all over everywhere (like he does) from rushing the passer, picking up screens, covering guys in the middle and just being an all-around badass. 

 

So what I'm saying is I'd rather have an elite MLB than an elite DE if I had to make that choice.

 

pretty much this. thanks for making it unnecessary for me to write 10 times as much and say the same thing. the world is a happier place because of it.
 




#3007352 De'Andre Presley

Posted by rayzor on 09 October 2014 - 01:04 PM

not sure what the point would be.

 

he has a very specific skill set and would only be used in packages that i don't think shula would know how to utilize.

 

we run up the middle and throw the ball and take a lot of time to do it. that's what we do.

 

 




#3006016 practice tweets

Posted by rayzor on 08 October 2014 - 03:37 PM

I'm amazed that he keeps asking.

i'm not. it's pretty much what should be expected fromnperson by now.
he's always that guy asking that question a hundred times thinking that a little rephrasing or just his persistancy will result in getting that specific answer he wants.

he's oblivious and obsessive as a reporter which makes him not only ineffective, but annoying as a journalist.




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