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  1. Blowouts didn't start until around this time in 2014 after we started out 3-2... There are some similarities.
  2. Cracka McNasty

    Carolina Huddle Pick’em - Week 7

    DEN @ AZ: AZ TEN @ LAC: LAC NE @ CHI: NE BUF @ IND: IND HOU @ JAX: JAX DET @ MIA: MIA MIN @ NYJ: MIN CAR @ PHI: PHI CLE @ TB: CLE NO @ BAL: BAL DAL @ WAS: WAS LAR @ SF: LAR CIN @ KC: KC NYG @ ATL: ATL 76 POINTS
  3. Last year we were 11-5 but it felt like 8-8 with how poorly we played at times. This year we area 3-2 but it feels like 2-3. My prediction was 7-9 at the beginning of the year and based on the way the defense has performed all season, I'm not changing my prediction.
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    Devin Funchess

    Statistically speaking, he's on pace for infinitely more TD's than Julio Jones this year. So there's that.
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    Cam Newton = Blake Bortles

    A better career: QBR (85.7 to 80.8) Yards/Attempt (7.3 to 6.7) Air yards/Attempt (7.0 to 6.2) Yards Gained/Completed pass (12.4 to 11.3) TD% (4.7 to 4.0) INT% (2.7 to 2.9) Win Percentage (58% to 35%) Blake has him on completion percentage and Garbage time stats. Don't believe me, check the link. Cam plays consistently throughout the game. Blake only balls out when the games out of reach and the D is in prevent. In fact, he's the worst QB in the league when the game is undecided. So even without his running, which is what makes him one of the most dangerous players in the game, he's still a better QB.
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    Cam had a 93.2 passer rating yesterday

    If you are talking about that throw to Funch, then Olsen was NOT wide open. No idea why the announcers said he was, dude was covered. He wasn't exasperated because he didn't get the ball, he was exasperated because he was looking for a flag for Funchess.
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    Eric Reid

    Honestly, I think you guys are overreacting pretty hard here. It's like you're looking for a reason to hate him because he takes knees. It's his 3rd week on the team, he was on the couch beforehand, he is adjusting to a new defense, he primarily played in a 3-4 as opposed to a 4-3 so zone coverages look different, he's been a solid tackler when guys do get to him and that's the strong aspect of his game, not coverage. Dude's been fine so far. About what I expected. People anticipating an all-pro were over-selling the guy. He's a solid vet Safety and he will only get better the more comfortable he gets. The people I personally am disappointed in are the D-line and LBers. They've gotten no pressure, can't take on the O-line, can't get away from their blockers, and are missing tackles all over the place. Luke does not look like Luke right now. I don't know if it's Washington's fault or what, but the entire defense looks anemic and bad. The short and curly of it all: Reid is on the low end of the list of top reasons for why we suck.
  8. Cracka McNasty

    Last drive

    He was open. That's why he threw it. He just missed him.
  9. The one to McCafferey was a great decision, he just missed it.
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    What do we do with Williams/Moton?

    Just checked, saw Brate signed a massive extension in the offseason and didn't realize it. So no Brate then. Oh well, use that money towards that nice FA S or something. Possibly even Norman if he's willing to convert to FS for the second half of his career.
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    Hey Wayne, you are an idiot.

    Cousins is having a great season. Can't take that away from him. It certainly helps to have the best receiving duo in the league though. Wouldn't trade him though. Way more expensive for better passing stats but a complete removal of the rushing threat that Cam brings that allows our run game to flourish.
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    What do we do with Williams/Moton?

    And if they're both good we can manipulate the cap hits so they don't hurt the team at the same time. I'd rather invest money in the lines than anywhere else (other than QB)
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    What do we do with Williams/Moton?

    I think we can lock Williams up long term. Peppers, R. Kalil, and possibly TD and Mike Adams are all retiring at the end of the year. That will free up a ton of Cap space we can use on locking Williams up. Slide Moton to LT, designate M kalil as a June 1st cut and spread that travesty of a cap hit across two years, Let Funchess and Smith walk rolling with Samuel, Moore, Wright, and rookie 3rd round tall WR. Sign Cameron Brate to a reasonable contract if Greg retires, sign/draft DE early, Re-sign Eric Reid to a longer term deal if he isn't hot garbage (won't be much Safeties don't make much these days), Slide Gaulden into Vacant Safety slot (or draft someone better because I have no faith in him). Baby, you've got a stew going.
  14. @*FreeFua* This is the real question. Not saying one way or the other, but until you compare other coaches' records against playoff teams, this isn't necessarily saying anything concrete. For all we know coaches with similar tenure have even worse records against playoff caliber teams. More data is needed.
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    Bradberry

    ehhhhhhhhhhhhh
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