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  1. Out of curiosity, did you read any of the links that were presented or did you disregard them at the outset?
  2. You need to show consistency, otherwise there will be questions as to why you don't like Cam Newton as much as you like Matt Ryan. If that's the road you're wanting to edge towards, then just jump in instead of being coy. Otherwise, a rational discussion can take place. If you're inconsistent in your evaluation of players, then your opinion is about as helpful as an ingrown scrotum hair. No, thought police don't exist. I just make irrational people anxious because they realize they sound like ass clowns when having to explain/defend their position. It usually results in them being dismissive, gaslighting, then ultimately shutting the fug up and going away. Yes, I do this with everyone that has a bad opinion if I have the time. Getting somebody to commit to their bad takes and then watching them devolve under pressure is what I imagine a tantric orgasm must feel like. Especially when they start getting belligerent; that's the cherry on top that you like to pick.
  3. I'm just trying to make sure your consistent that players are what their record says they are. How about Luke Kuechly?
  4. So Thomas Davis is a scrub too because he never had back to back winning seasons as a Panther?
  5. As someone who's wife is immunocompromised after her bout with Hodgkins lymphoma, it makes me irrationally angry when folks politicize masks for public health.
  6. Matt Ryan's passing attempts those years: 566, 615, 651, 628, 614, 534, 529, 608, 616. He has never had over 5k yards in a single season unless you're trying to fluff his numbers with postseason stats as well. The highest was 2018 when he threw for 4924. His first two seasons were the only ones he wasn't asked to throw it over 500 times. He has also ALWAYS had top tier weapons. Cam Newton has had only two seasons where he had more than 500 passing attempts. The first, his rookie season, he broke 4k. The other was 3.5k, and that was the season he was riddled with injuries. Cam was always the top tier weapon. You are repeatedly fuging up this challenge. At what point are you willing to admit that you don't even have the facts straight?
  7. What career numbers exactly are you looking for? Strictly yardage, completions, and TD:INT ratio? We aren't going to include his production on the ground the same way we include McCaffrey's production as a receiver?
  8. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cam_Newton Accomplishments and records Awards NFL MVP (2015) NFL Offensive Player of the Year (2015) Best NFL Player ESPY Award (2016) PFWA All-NFL Team (2015) PFWA All-NFC Team (2015) Bert Bell Award (2015) PFWA All-Rookie Team (2011) All-Iron Award (2015)[239] NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month (September 2011)[154] 3× Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week (Weeks 4, 15, 16 2011)[154] 10× NFC Offensive Player of the Week[174] Consensus All-American (2010) First-team All-SEC (2010) Sporting News College Player of the Year (2010) Rookie records Most combined touchdowns for a rookie in NFL history (35)[240] Most combined yards for a rookie in NFL history (4,784)[241] First rookie to pass for at least 4,000 yards[242] First and only rookie to pass for more than 4,000 yards and rush for more than 700 yards[243] First rookie in NFL history to pass for more than 400 yards in back to back games, September 11, 2011 against the Arizona Cardinals and September 18, 2011 against the Green Bay Packers[244] (Record beat by Andrew Luck) Records and achievements Most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in NFL history (58)[245] Most passing yards by a quarterback in his first two games (854), September 11, 2011 against the Arizona Cardinals and September 18, 2011 against the Green Bay Packers[246] Most games in NFL history with a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown (32)[245] Most player of the week awards in a single season (5) tied with Tom Brady[247] First player in NFL history and most games with at least 250 passing yards, 100 rushing yards, one passing touchdown, and one rushing touchdown in a single game (2)[248] Most games in single season with at least one passing touchdown and one rushing touchdown (8)[249] Only player in NFL history with at least 30 passing touchdowns and 10 rushing touchdowns in same season: 2015[250] Most rushing touchdowns in single season by a quarterback (14), achieved on December 4, 2011 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers[251] Most combined yards in a player's first five seasons (21,560)[252] First quarterback and fifth player in NFL history with at least 500 rushing yards, 5 rushing touchdowns, and 4.8 yards a carry in 5 consecutive NFL seasons[253] First quarterback in NFL history to win both NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and NFL MVP at some point in his career. Most passing yards by a quarterback in debut game (422), September 11, 2011 against the Arizona Cardinals[254] First quarterback in NFL history to pass for more than 400 yards in first two career starts, September 11, 2011 against the Arizona Cardinals and September 18, 2011 against the Green Bay Packers[244] Fastest player to throw for 1,000 yards (at Arizona Cardinals, vs. Green Bay Packers, and vs. Jacksonville Jaguars)[255] Sixth quarterback to throw for 400+ yards in back to back games[254] First player in NFL history with at least five rushing touchdowns and five passing touchdowns in his first five games[256] Twenty-fifth NFL player (and first quarterback) to have 20 rushing touchdowns in first two seasons[257] First player to have 30 passing touchdowns and 20 rushing touchdowns in first two seasons[258] First player in NFL history with 50 passing touchdowns and 25 rushing touchdowns in his first three seasons[259] First player in NFL history with 4,000+ passing yards and 10+ rushing touchdowns in a season[260] First player in NFL history with 4,000+ passing yards and 500+ rushing yards in a season[261] First quarterback in NFL history with 100+ pass touchdowns and 25+ rush touchdowns in first five seasons[262] First quarterback in NFL history with multiple seasons of 20+ passing touchdowns and 10+ rushing touchdowns in a season[263] First player in NFL history with 10,000 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards in his first three seasons[264] First player in NFL history with 10,000 passing yards and 2,000 rushing yards in his first four seasons[265] First player in NFL history to have at least 3,000 passing yards and 500 rushing yards in five consecutive seasons[266] First quarterback in NFL history to rush for 100+ yards and pass for 300+ yards with 5 touchdowns in a single game (December 20, 2015).[267] First player in NFL history with 100+ rush yards and 5 pass touchdowns in a single game[266] First player with 3,500 passing yards, 20 passing touchdowns and 10 rushing touchdowns in a single season (2011, 2015)[253] First quarterback in NFL history with 10+ rushing touchdowns in multiple NFL seasons (2011, 2015)[268] Fifth quarterback in NFL history with 3+ games with 5+ touchdown passes in a season[266] Fourth quarterback to win 17+ straight regular season starts in the Super Bowl era[266] Most games in NFL history with at least 200 passing yards and 80 rushing yards with multiple touchdown passes and a rushing touchdown (4 games)[269] Third quarterback in NFL history with 2+ passing touchdowns and 1+ rushing touchdown[270] Second quarterback in NFL history with 3+ passing touchdowns and 1+ rushing touchdown[271] Most touchdown passes from a player from Auburn[272] First starting quarterback to win the NFC South in consecutive seasons (2013–2015) Second player in NFL history with 7,500+ pass yards and 40+ pass touchdowns in first two seasons, joining Peyton Manning ('99)[273] First quarterback in NFL history to earn a comeback victory when trailing in overtime[165] Third quarterback in NFL history to pass for over 3,000 yards in his first five seasons[274] Second most 5+ touchdown games in a single season (3)[275] Second quarterback with 300+ passing yards and 100+ rushing yards in a single game[276] First player in Super Bowl era to pass for 300 yards and rush for multiple touchdowns in a playoff game[277] Most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in his first four seasons (33)[278] Panthers franchise records Note: records current as of 2017 off-season[279] Pass completions, career (1,710), rookie season (310) Pass attempts, career (2,928), playoff game (41, 2016-02-07 N-DEN) Passing yards, career (25,074), game (432, 2011-09-18 GNB), playoff game (335, 2016-01-24 ARI), rookie season (4,051), rookie game (432, 2011-09-18 GNB) Passing touchdowns, career (158), game (5, thrice, shared with Steve Beuerlein),[280] rookie season (21), rookie game (3, 2011-10-30 MIN and 2011-12-24 TAM, shared with Kerry Collins) Interceptions, rookie game (4, 2011-11-20 @DET; shared with Kerry Collins (twice) and Chris Weinke) Passer Rating, season (99.4 in 2015), game (153.3, 2015-12-13 ATL), playoff career (83.9), rookie season (84.5), rookie game (142.4, 2011-12-24 TAM) Times sacked, career (221), game (9, 2014-11-10 @PHI; shared with Frank Reich), playoffs (16; shared with Jake Delhomme), playoff season (8 in 2015; shared with Jake Delhomme), playoff game (6, 2016-02-07 N-DEN), rookie season (35) Yards per pass attempt, career (7.44), season (7.98 in 2012), game (12.65, 2012-09-16 NOR), playoff season (10.68 in 2013), playoff game (11.96, 2016-01-24 ARI), rookie season (7.84), and rookie game (11.41, 2011-09-11 @ARI) Passing yards per game, career (234.1), playoffs (245.3), playoff season (267 in 2013), and rookie season (253.2) 300+ yard passing games, career (15) and rookie season (3) 4000+ yard passing seasons: 1 (shared with Steve Beuerlein) Rushing touchdowns, career (48), rookie season (14), rookie game (3, 2011-12-04 @TAM; shared with Fred Lane) Yards per carry, career (5.18), season (5.83 in 2012), rookie season (5.60) Rush/Rec Touchdowns, playoff game (2; shared with 3 players), rookie season (14), rookie game (3, 2011-12-04 @TAM; shared with Fred Lane) Games with 1+ TD, rookie season (10) Games with 2+ TD, rookie season (3) Most combined yards in franchise history[281] Most NFC Offensive Player of the Week Awards in a single season (5)[282] 2nd player in franchise history to win NFC Offensive Player of the Week Award multiple times in a single season[171] Completions in a row (15) (December 6, 2015 vs. New Orleans Saints)[283] 1st quarterback in franchise history to throw four TD passes in the first half of a game (November 22, 2015 v Washington Redskins)
  9. No Panthers player has ever had back to back winning seasons as a Panther. Was Steve Smith what his record said he was until he got to the Ravens?
  10. Don't vote, or don't vote for the candidate that some want? I would argue that Republicans are much more active and successful at trying to make sure millions don't vote. Leftists just want to vote for a candidate that reflects their ideals. So why not offer progressive policies (actual progressive policies, not "feasible options" or "progressive in comparison to Trump/GOP policies")? Why not speak up and demand that your candidate look at some of the proposals most attractive to you in order to build a more united core of voters? That seems, to me at least, more productive than trying to gaslight like tRUmpettes do.
  11. As much as I love the extra swag, the handwritten thank you on the receipt is what has guaranteed future purchases from me. Have already recommended them to some friends to check out. :D
  12. Why is that energy directed only at leftists questioning Biden's record and not the millions of people that decide to not vote?
  13. Remember how moderates said the nastiness of Sanders' online supporters was divisive and needed to stop, only to then attack Sanders supporters that want to support a candidate that has policies they can get behind? Good times.
  14. So go get a rookie and then go repeat what happened to Cam, or let a guy that has been a successful starter and back up in the league hold down the fort until things are ready. I'll take the latter every time.
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