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  1. While we're fired up and throwing out hot takes, here's one. People talk about how disastrous of a situation Trevor Lawrence is going to be walking into, but I'm not really not sure it's much worse than the one a QB would walk into here. Gase is gone, they probably won't hire a good replacement but let's just say that they do. They have a staple OT in Becton, a promising rookie WR in Mims and a boatload of future picks to build around Lawrence. Will they do any of this correctly? Probably not, but if they get some things right that situation could look better in a hurry. Meanwhile, we will have the worst OL in the NFL next year and our WR corps will look MUCH more bleak without our only field stretcher in Curtis.
  2. Yup, he's absolutely worth 4/60. I'd go as high as 4/75 if needed - you simply cannot let All Pro tackles walk out the door.
  3. If that ain't the truth. Ron Rivera was an absolute joke of a football coach that wouldn't have made it three years at the helm without Cam and Luke. The Hornets actually currently have a coach that prioritizes player development, they just navigated a top three pick perfectly, and I actually think the Hayward deal could look much better in a year or two. People just like dunking on MJ. I think Matt Rhule is actually a good coach, but again, as long as Hurney is in charge I truly think I feel better about the future of the Hornets right now.
  4. Almost like it's the second most important position in the league and you virtually have zero chance of fielding a successful football team without high quality players at the position. We have one and we're going to let him waltz out the door for absolutely nothing.
  5. If there were an organized effort I’m truly down to not give the team a cent of money again until he’s gone. I’m not remotely kidding. The Hornets just gave out an egregious contract and I still have a million times more confidence in their GM right now than ours. I don’t want to hear a thing about how bad of an owner MJ is anymore. As long as Tepper holds onto Hurney he’s in the running to be just as bad if not worse
  6. Copying and pasting this post I made in another thread: I'm honestly to the point where I truly wonder if there is some sort of organized effort us as a fanbase could put together to let Tepper know that we won't put up with Hurney's bullshit fuging ineptitude anymore. This entire fiasco is absolutely inexcusable. It's not like Moton was just a guy for his first few seasons and broke out this year. He's proven since DAY ONE that he belonged in this league and he's rapidly improved every year. It's absolutely insane how many of us casuals were calling all offseason to extend him because it's been evident for a year or two now that he can be a franchise building block. I've never played nor coached a down of football in my life, I'm just a casual guy that could have easily gotten this poo right. And it would be one thing if Moton played a position of minimal value, but he plays arguably the second most important position in all of football! Hurney walked into this gig for the SECOND time and had a franchise OT on the table for him - and he failed to extend him and now we will pay the price. We were screaming to extend him last offseason, so many of us. This was not hard to get right, and our incompetent GM got it wrong - again. We are now set to enter next season with the worst OL in the NFL. Who cares if we get lucky enough to draft a guy like Wilson/Fields/Lance/Jones if we won't be able to keep him upright? There's no fuging point. Curtis Samuel is a whole other story. But I've been high on him ever since he was a rookie and I truly think he's our best receiver. We also KNOW teams wanted him on this most recent draft night. But instead of at least cashing in on a third round pick for him we'll also lose him for nothing. Really, what's the point in continuing to support this team with such a ceiling capper like Hurney at GM?
  7. I'm honestly to the point where I truly wonder if there is some sort of organized effort us as a fanbase could put together to let Tepper know that we won't put up with Hurney's bullshit fuging ineptitude anymore. This entire fiasco is absolutely inexcusable. It's not like Moton was just a guy for his first few seasons and broke out this year. He's proven since DAY ONE that he belonged in this league and he's rapidly improved every year. It's absolutely insane how many of us casuals were calling all offseason to extend him because it's been evident for a year or two now that he can be a franchise building block. I've never played nor coached a down of football in my life, I'm just a casual guy that could have easily gotten this poo right. And it would be one thing if Moton played a position of minimal value, but he plays arguably the second most important position in all of football! Hurney walked into this gig for the SECOND time and had a franchise OT on the table for him - and he failed to extend him and now we will pay the price. We were screaming to extend him last offseason, so many of us. This was not hard to get right, and our incompetent GM got it wrong - again. We are now set to enter next season with the worst OL in the NFL. Who cares if we get lucky enough to draft a guy like Wilson/Fields/Lance/Jones if we won't be able to keep him upright? There's no fuging point. Curtis Samuel is a whole other story. But I've been high on him ever since he was a rookie and I truly think he's our best receiver. We also KNOW teams wanted him on this most recent draft night. But instead of at least cashing in on a third round pick for him we'll also lose him for nothing. Really, what's the point in continuing to support this team with such a ceiling capper like Hurney at GM?
  8. In utter disbelief that he missed that easy dump off TD to Moore to seal it. Dude has zero clutch gene
  9. What are you talking about? They were trying to ice the game and called up the perfect play. That was just horrific execution
  10. Teddy is the least clutch player I have ever seen what the ever loving fug
  11. I am to the point where I would almost be happy to see him throw an INT down the field. When we had Cam I tried saying for years that interceptions and ESPECIALLY completion percentage were useless stats. Under certain context some interceptions aren't bad plays if they happen down the field and your guy is simply trying to make winning plays. Completion percentage definitely. Folks criticized Cam's completion percentage for years and now we have a guy going like 70% but it really does not matter because none of the plays really make a difference.
  12. Teddy has been such an interesting case study. He's literally proving what I've said for years that INT's and completion pct especially are incredibly overrated stats if you know the game enough to factor in certain context.
  13. That was the most Teddy series ever. I'm almost begging this dude to throw an INT at this point as long as it happens down the field.
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