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#1920623 The opening defensive drive vs the Falcons

Posted by rayzor on 26 September 2012 - 09:07 AM

the panthers defense HAS to stop acting like a funnel to the end zone on the opening drive.
the only chance they have is by stopping them early. that has done nothing but set the tone for the whole game. you can't keep starting out in a hole.

the offense has to put points on the board with their first drive as well...even if it's a FG. just put points on the board. every possession.

#1920118 Against the Falcons... run, run, run some more....

Posted by rayzor on 25 September 2012 - 04:07 PM

anyone realize that the falcons haven't played any NFC teams yet.

not sure that has anything to do with anything really, but i believe that the NFC is much tougher than the AFC. once they start playing NFC teams we'll see their record take a dip. that probably won't start with us this weekend but i'm positive it will happen.

oh....and the way the giants look i'll take them over the falcons. eli>>>ryan. giants D>>>falcons D. i don't think that the falcons WRs are much better than the falcons and who they have throwing them the ball eliminates any advantage roddy and julio might have.

#1919767 Cameron speaks

Posted by rayzor on 25 September 2012 - 12:13 PM

Team could be falling apart...hope Rivera keeps control of the team and rights the ship

team isn't falling apart.

whole lotta drama around these parts.

you'd think the season was over.

#1919720 Panther Talk on Now (8.05pm)

Posted by rayzor on 25 September 2012 - 11:31 AM

To your point... the problem is not talent, it's attitude. Rivera has said himself that this team still has a "here we go again" mentality when things go wrong so he's trying to change the culture which is why a guy like Shockey was so good for this team.

With that in mind I think we need to bring in more vets with that same kind of winning attitude and edge to help stabilize this young team.

again...100% agreed.

i wouldn't have a bit of a problem with trading away all of our picks next year except for the first couple so that we could have some more experience brought in.

i thought the same this last year. sure, we wouldn't have ended up with 4 rookies starting...but then why should you be in a position where you have 4 rookies starting? we've been all about throwing rookies in the fire and letting them learn which i agree with...but there are limits. there needs to be balance.

the good thing is that next year the guys we started as rookies will have a year under their belts so there's that to be happy about but i still think the team needs some more experience by way of good proven (not necessarily star) players. i think guys like ron and dwan edwards are probably the standard. if we can bring in a solid safety or two from another team, another pass rusher, bring back shockey (dude's still got a couple years left in him and provides a solid option and great attitude), and find another RG, then i think we would be heading in the right direction.

i would like for needs to be met via free agency and/or trade and use the draft to just pick up BPAs.

#1919712 Panther Talk on Now (8.05pm)

Posted by rayzor on 25 September 2012 - 11:14 AM

I would still rather have Rivera stumble while trying to explain things then have Fox smile and suggest everything is fine, or give us the dreaded "It is what it is".

Lets not forget guys that Rivera is only a 2nd year HC. Cam needs to be given some room to grow as a QB and Rivera needs to be given some room to grow as a HC. Nobody wants to hear that, but it's true.

100% true and agreed.

#1919700 Who will own the Panthers after Richardson?

Posted by rayzor on 25 September 2012 - 11:04 AM

i'm not worried about moving. when is the last time we had a blackout? is this team dependent on local gov't for survival like the vast majority of other teams who have to seek out tax money to pay for the stadium?

there is no incentive to leave. there are a lot smaller markets out there and a lot of teams who can't sell out games or just can't keep them from getting blacked out. those would be the ones that are more likely to be moved and even then very few of them ever are.

what happens to the team is just not something i worry about. i'm confident that jerry has a plan and much of that plan involves the team he built staying in the place he built it. in the carolinas there is no better place for it to be than in and around charlotte. i don't have to know what that plan is. i am just sure that very little will change when he's gone. i mean hurney might get the axe or whatever, but the team won't move. it will still be the carolina panthers and they will still play in charlotte.

#1918608 Cameron speaks

Posted by rayzor on 24 September 2012 - 06:48 PM

Things are getting a little bit out of hand concerning this team. I don't know whats going on right now. poo just got real.

i don't know if it's just me but that just made me laugh.

#1918238 If the Panthers defeat the Falcons I will....

Posted by rayzor on 24 September 2012 - 03:21 PM

Why is her shirt all faded like it's vintage when it's the new logo?

that was the first thing i noticed too


#1918214 Cutler, Newton's leadership under fire?

Posted by rayzor on 24 September 2012 - 02:59 PM

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#1917971 Peter King: Torrey Smith Should Teach Cam Newton Life Lessons 101

Posted by rayzor on 24 September 2012 - 12:10 PM

losing a game is equal to losing your brother and therefor you should respond to both the same way. got it.


#1917118 the NFL reeeeaaallly doesn't like schiano

Posted by rayzor on 23 September 2012 - 07:23 PM

just read that article...forget about the whole victory formation. he's a prick.

if you paid attention to the way the buc players talked about gruden after he left, they hated the guy. they really didn't like how demeaning he was to them. schiano, i think, will end up being regarded the same way. he's seen as someone who tries to be a bully by most of those who have had to deal with him.

you know that his Oline and QB have to know that they now are going to start having targets on them when they try to do kneel down...and they do them. they did it with us at the end of the first half and for two minutes at the end of the game. then they did it at the end of the first half of the giants game. i wonder how his players feel knowing that their claim to toughness is going to be attacking unprepared and defenseless players when they decide to take a knee when the game is essentially over.

the way schiano has treated the NFL is going to do him nor that team any favors with other teams. why would they care? because at some point they are going to want to make some trades. i can see GMs and other teams saying they just don't want to bother with that team just on principle.

#1915272 This Coaching Staff is Babying Newton

Posted by rayzor on 22 September 2012 - 11:05 AM

babying him?


#1915226 Hardy fractured his hand

Posted by rayzor on 22 September 2012 - 10:35 AM

like a boss.

now start #90.

#1914732 Final: Panthers 41, Giants 9

Posted by rayzor on 21 September 2012 - 09:42 PM

since then the giants have added another lombardi trophy to their case and the panthers have managed to win 10 games out of 36 but yeah, you're right, everything is fine, carry on with business as usual, no need to change anything

no one is saying this.

they're not just freaking out and acting like its all over.

#1914694 dying slowly since Jan 10, 2009

Posted by rayzor on 21 September 2012 - 09:19 PM

dying slowly...sounds like an indie rock tune or something

emo...just like this thread and most of the posting in the forum today.

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