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#1816398 Other franchise players not thrilled with Brees' complaints

Posted by rayzor on 01 July 2012 - 01:18 PM

he's a very talented weasel.

#1815735 2nd Tight End

Posted by rayzor on 29 June 2012 - 09:42 PM

We need to be honest here.

No one knows what GB brings to the game yet. We can speculate that he sucks, or that he is a star in the making, but the reality is, no one knows.

We'll just have to wait for camp. If he isn't getting it done, I'm sure MH will be working the phones.

they've got to feel somewhat confident in what he can do because he did get an extension last year and they haven't been concerned with replacing shockey. it's either that or they have a feeling that shockey will be coming back.

either way, they know more about the situation than we do. more than likely if barnidge did, in fact, suck they would have brought in someone else (seeing as how the 2 TE set was so beneficial last year) and probably wouldn't have given him that extension.

there's no way, though, that i'm going to hold his lack of production in a foxball system or hold his one year of IR against him. it's kind of ridiculous to do that, imo.

#1815596 Football Gameplan's 2012 NFL Team Preview - Panthers

Posted by rayzor on 29 June 2012 - 04:15 PM

It doesn't. But a lot of people seem to get pretty incensed at the prospect.

i guess i can understand.

i see beason as one of the elite MLBs in the league. i have trouble naming 5 better than him, esp. in the NFC.

now, imagine how good keuchly would have to be to replace him on the inside as a rookie.

imagine if beason, as good as he is, ended up being the 2nd best LB on the team.

sorry, but that just makes me drool. it's nothing against beason. it has nothing to do with keuchly. it has everything to do with wanting the best defense possible regardless of who it is on the field or what position they are playing.

#1815587 2nd Tight End

Posted by rayzor on 29 June 2012 - 04:01 PM

considering that 3 of barnidge's 4 years were under fox who was brilliant in the way he used TEs.

that was pretty much an ideal situation for any TE, right?

and then last year was IRed so he had every chance to show he could make it as a solid TE.

#1815439 NFC's most Dynamic Duos

Posted by rayzor on 29 June 2012 - 01:48 PM

Dude, All that post does is show you have no clue about SF has

honestly ^^this^^ post isn't any better.

that said, willis, aldon smith, ahmad brooks, and navarro brooks are the best LB corps in the country easily.

i'd put the panthers in the top 5, tho. right up there with the texans, steelers, and the ravens, imo.

it could be said that the panthers have the best 4-3 LB corps in the league.

#1815386 Instant-Impact Rookies article on NFL.com

Posted by rayzor on 29 June 2012 - 12:55 PM

This is what I'm saying. Lets wait and see before we call them Pro bowlers.


there's no harm whatsoever in getting excited about players and projecting that a couple of them could/will be probowlers.

#1814328 Cam Newton offseason thread ~ enter at own risk

Posted by rayzor on 28 June 2012 - 01:32 PM

So you're asking if we think Cam sold his soul to the devil because of a hand gesture he made after scoring a TD?

Gosh I love the offseason.

no, i think the question was do you approve of cam selling his soul to the devil becaue it's obvious from the hand gesture that he already has.

and if you think the question is dumb it's because you think you're better than the OP.

#1814052 I want the Panthers to wear the Blacks

Posted by rayzor on 28 June 2012 - 10:43 AM


It is TOO DAMN HOT for the team to wear their black jerseys early in the season. It is a big disadvantage.

in before posters start talking about how physics doesn't really matter.

#1813691 Rotoworld Revisits Cam's Late-Season "Slump"

Posted by rayzor on 27 June 2012 - 09:59 PM

Not the first QB that would come to my mind when thinking of people to compare Cam to, but when you think about it, it strangely fits. At least in the regard that they are both big dudes who are hard to bring down. Cam's got the toughness of Big Ben with the agility of Darren Sproles though.

when i saw him play at auburn and when we were first discussing him on these boards, i was describing him as a very mobile big ben. lots of others were saying the same thing. imo, that's still one of the best comparisons.

#1813365 2012 Practice Schedule

Posted by rayzor on 27 June 2012 - 03:15 PM

i miss the 2-a-days.

only one morning practice. ugh.

no weekends after the first weekend...another ugh.

going to be a few late nights driving home.

#1812005 Ron Jaworski: Tape says Cam can be a special passer

Posted by rayzor on 26 June 2012 - 11:08 AM

i can understand him just being in the top 15 by some until they see him another year in.

the talent is there though. his head is also 100% in the game and that is what is going to make that talent realized.

regarding his patience in the pocket and all that jaws was talking about, one thing he didn't mention that fits in is that his eyes are always looking downfield and you can tell that those unscripted running plays he has, running is his last option and he is looking for that receiver to get open. i love that about him

#1811526 Stand Strong Commish

Posted by rayzor on 25 June 2012 - 09:23 PM

people were saying all along that the punishments were going to be a statement and the Saints** made an example of for anyone even thinking about doing this in the future?

are they over-zealous? maybe, but considering the magnitude of it all and the steps they have been taking to try and curb serious brain traumas and the dealings that they have had legally with players who are suing the league because of long term effects from injuries....it makes sense that they be as heavy handed as they are.

it's necessary to help achieve what they are trying to accomplish.

i'm not going to judge them for trying to protect players and the league from unnecessary harm. i 100% approve of what they have done and i think it will have the desired effect of helping stop that type of activity in the future. it will still go on, i'm sure...but we shouldn't be seeing anymore of it organized the way it was.

if i was in their (the league's) shoes, i would absolutely have done the same thing.

if anything the players that aren't indicted in all of this should be applauding the league and goodell for taking it so seriously and the NFLPA should be totally on board with the punishments if they are serious about the health and welfare of the majority of those players they represent.

#1809869 How many Super Bowls do YOU think Cam will win?

Posted by rayzor on 23 June 2012 - 09:09 PM

forget this "realistic" crap.

dare to dream a little.

you're fans...it's allowed.

#1809563 For the Clausen Haters

Posted by rayzor on 23 June 2012 - 01:11 PM

Clausen was a huge part of that horrible 2010 season...so what's the point? You could bring in any crappy QB to do what Clausen can do as a 3rd stringer.

can you get any worse than the worst QB in the league?

that's essentially the answer to the question. it would be more difficult to find someone worse than clausen.

#1809555 For the Clausen Haters

Posted by rayzor on 23 June 2012 - 12:51 PM

You must not have been here for the 2007 or 2010 season as a Panthers fan..

i know someone that was around for the 2010 season who i don't want to have to rely on in that situation again.

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