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  1. I wonder--Is Cam throwing "all arm" because he has a hurt foot? If he was compensating for his shoulder, he would use more lower body. Funny, but if the foot heals, do we still have a problem? I just think there is something we do not know.
  2. Lotta people on here seem pretty confident about stuff they know nothing about
  3. I The suggestion here is something that has entered my mind. I saw Cam stare at Williams a time or two; but I sense the tension is between Cam and Coach. If there is a rift between Ron and Cam--If Cam realizes that he has been abused by daddy--there should be conflict. If there is conflict, it could be a bad thing for RR. Just speculation, but it is really starting to smell like there is more here than meets the eye (or nose).
  4. Play the hot hand, give Cam time to heal for once in his career. We keep finding reasons to excuse Cam---and it is not personal---but if we are blaming the symptoms and not the central problem, then it is possible that we are not living in reality. For example, if Cam is banged up--like a used car---there will always be something wrong. He was taken off road and four wheeling a lot-more than most Mercedes Benz sedans have been. He was pushed even though the "service engine soon" light was on. He is dented and dinged, with a few spots that have been sanded and repainted. Sure, he looks pretty good, but is he? How long until he blows a motor? Just a thought---but he has been through enough "rub some dirt on it." He has taken a beating--that gets to you mentally. When I see Cam not screaming for the ball at the 1 yard line, I worry that this is more than a foot injury, The head coach does not pull you in for a long talk over a re-injured foot.
  5. With a strong offensive line, we would have a strong running game. With a strong offensive line, strong running game, and stud WRs, could a player like Grier or Allen be better than any QB making $30m per season behind a weak line? Give Grier a clean pocket and he is better than Cam running for his life.
  6. I watch the OL because I used to coach it on the high school level. Turner has always been overrated, imo. Paradis has been a disappointment--he gets owned against bull rushers. Van Roten is good pulling and blocking on the next level. Nothing else. ]Williams is in the wrong position. I think he is a guard. Moton is our best OL--I think he should be the LT.
  7. Coached and Rivera in the same sentence--hope the past tense becomes the norm. Scot---this makes sense---Rivera is a one-trick pony. He only knows what he was taught---he is not a visionary like Bill B. or Payton. If we do not know this, the other coaches do. He has been weighed and put on the shelf.
  8. Seriously, if you take away all of the comments that COULD be excuses on a Panther website and are left with what you actually know, the only possible explanation for Cam is a big ?
  9. I saw him wince once after running or being sacked. Makes sense---why else would he not dive across the Center for the win. Newsflash: That also demonstrates (if I am accurate) that they do not mind playing him hurt.
  10. That suggests that the people in the know in the NFL do not see this as mere rust. A game plan--and this has all the signs of a game plan and not an adjustment---that disrespects an NFL QB's arm is telling. What do they know? Back when Cam was running, lowering his shoulder, getting hit repeatedly---did you not think there would come a day when he was just unable to play any more?
  11. TEN @ JAX: JAX DET @ PHI: PHI NYJ @ NE: NE OAK @ MIN: MIN BAL @ KC: KC ATL @ IND: IND DEN @ GB: GB MIA @ DAL: DAL CIN @ BUF: BUF NYG @ TB: TB CAR @ AZ: CAR, 44 pts PIT @ SF: SF NO @ SEA: SEA HOU @ LAC: HOU LAR @ CLE: LAR CHI @ WAS: WAS, 55 pts
  12. Right now it is, but before he screwed Fox over pretty good. Before, the things that Marty did that pissed me off were: Paid our core veterans a ton of money on a team that was 2-14 and then 6-10. He gave Williams a huge deal, Morgan a nice deal, Kalil was paid a ton, Stewart, CJohnson (when the only suitor was cap strapped Atlanta at the time--Marty's insecurity came shining through), Charles Godfrey--and the biggie--Jake Delhomme after Tommy John surgery when there was hardly a market for him. Then he got desperate and started the draft day trades (Everette Brown, Jeff Otah, Armanti Edwards come to mind.) He also tried to trade up to get Jimmy Clausen. Now remember, I know Brandon Bean (from S. Stanly HS) but my friend taught him and knows him much better--he told me that Marty seemed to like saying that he drafted "the highest paid player in the league at their respective positions." He also said that Marty was insecure about anyone wanting to come to Carolina so he felt that he had to create a friendly environment where players were compensated well. Marty drafted Clausen, Lafell, Armanti Edwards, and Eric Norwood with the teams' first four picks that draft when Fox was a lame duck and they were not collaborating. Yikes.
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