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  1. He may care because it kinda makes him look like a bigger moron than you saying Brees was acting soft to draw a flag and in real life a flag was thrown immediately and had nothing to do with Brees "soft" reaction!
  2. Saints road losses are all about slow starts and turnovers. Jets game had the offense slowed missing 2 of 3 receivers. They tried to feature Toon with his dad being a Jet, but he drops what could have been a TD and deflects up a reception that gets picked off and led to 7, just Those two plays is 14 point swing. Otherwise Brees was still able to move ball and lost a close game. Pats game got us in big hole early, Saints start clicking and failed to out the game away with 3 chances and lost on last play with 5 seconds left. Seahawks was terrible start and offense didn't get going entire game, just a terrible game! Rams game came down to 2-6 in redzone on top of 3 turnovers. Bottom line, the defense is stopping opponents after 1st qtr, and offense is moving ball but turning it over. Limit the mistakes and they should win,
  3. Hardy had no pressures, no hots, no hurries, and no sacks against Brown. If Armstead struggles, just put Brown back in,
  4. Actually you're right, pretty much everyone is abusing him, 75% completions with just a single pass defended and an average of 8.9 yards per completion.
  5. Newtons QBR the past few weeks: 19.6 vs SF 30.1.vs MIA 84.4 vs Bucs 53.5 vs Saints 39.6 vs Jets Aside from against lowly Bucs, has looked to good, passing offense had now dipped to 28th, that worst than the JAGUARS! Jaguars passing offense >> Panthers passing offense! Lol
  6. You're calling someone out on reading comprehension after claiming Mitchell's comment was taken out of context? Lol. Moron
  7. So if I'm reading correct. panthers not even in same league, but were hoping weather, rain, noise, grass, wind, and their lower level play on the road will slow them down enough so that the inferior Panthers team may win?
  8. The funniest part of this is that Mannings win is what clinched the division for Colts, oh the irony!
  9. First off, if someone wasn't responding to some of my posts, I missed it, I don't come back to my old posts to see if people responded. I mean who keeps track of how many responses they get? Seriously Reece, it's not that serious, it's entertainment! Secondly, remember when you said all the Members of SR are racist because one said the wish Cam would die in fire? Go to page 38 of Saints game thread on huddle and see a pathers fan hope Sean Payton dies in fire! Want a little more? Check out this thread about Jimmy: http://www.carolinahuddle.com/boards/topic/66568-is-jimmy-graham-a-new-race/ So please respond to me or I may start crying from how desperate I am for response, no really it true, my feeling so hurt right now! Lol
  10. Been really busy lately and was looking at the posts from before Saints game and found this gem. First off, everyone went crazy when Heath Predicted Saints will score 40. Saints did miss it by a few points, but only because they stopped trying.Anyway, Pox 08 makes this post BEFORE Saints game name="Pox 08" post="2528758" timestamp="1386233033" Heath sounds like a diehard homer that is going by the logic of "MY TEAM GOT DESTROYED LAST WEEK, THEY WILL MAKE WHATEVER TEAM THEY PLAY NEXT PAY DEARLY FOR IT" Unless the Saints play the Cowboys next week, the only team in the league that comes close to the worst defense in NFL history ('12 Saints defense), they aren't getting over 40 points. After the Panthers whup the Saints, he'll claim the Saints will blow out the next team. http://www.carolinah...g-to-put-up-40/ Well fast forward to AFTER the Saints game he makes this thread name="Pox 08" post="2536759" timestamp="1386564605"] Title says it all. We're still a high quality team. We're still playoff contenders. Don't let this loss upset you. We will bounce back, like the other quality teams have bounced back from being embarrassed. http://www.carolinah...one-get-to-you/ So wait up Pox 08, are you saying SAINTS DESTROYED YOUR TEAM LAST WEEK AND WILL MAKE JETS PAY DEARLY? What about all your fellow Panther fans saying the exact thing you made fun of last week, ie Saints embarrassed us, this team is angry and will score 30? name="poorboysrev" post="2540979" timestamp="1386783035"] This game will be like the Tampa game. They have a good run defense so everyone will predict a close game(like Tampa) but we will put 30 on them. We ARE a good team, at home, and we just got embarrassed. It didn't go well in New Orleans with us facing that exact same scenario, so I expect the Jets to be in for a similar *** Whipping or worse considering their ROOKIE QB has to face our defense that just got lit up on primetime. If we had won in New Orleans I would be afraid of a letdown, but we didn't so expect us to respond the same way we did after the Arizona game. I would roll Cam and move the pocket a lot to get Cam on the edges to help negate their passrush. Get Steve in the slot and Tolbert/Dwill in the flats I would also run some uptempo, no huddle not JUST ground and pound(which they will expect). Games that we have done more of that have been Cam's best. Gets him into a rhythm and he seems to improvise more. Send the Jets a keg of OMB Copper and Rex's hungry *** a plate of BBQ because those are the only things they will enjoy about their trip to North Carolina.
  11. Wow, this again!? Newton is the leading rusher and terrible passer, it's like the team is running the Wildcat full time although a few of the RBs out there that ran a Wildcat plays have much higher accuracy percentages. This article says it all: Not-so-SuperCam There’s been talk of Cam Newton (0.0) being an MVP candidate. Well this game firmly (and rightly) ended those talks as a national audience got a glimpse of the player he still remains. Equal bits frustrating as he is brilliant, he remains an adequate passer whose flaws are often masked by the plays he can make with his legs. When he’s limited as a runner he often looks ponderous with the football and slows the kind of pocket presence that is bound to frustrate his linemen. The antidote to edge pressure is to step up and let your linemen push past the line of scrimmage, especially when you’re dropping back 10 yards from the snap of the ball. But Newton still hasn’t figured this out, and while on one sack he can be forgiven for doing so with a blitz coming up the gut, there really is no excuse for taking sacks that cost the team double digit yardage such as the one with 6.02 left in the game. A winning streak can certainly mask wins but the hope is a loss can redouble efforts to work out kinks.
  12. Because you're bad mouthing NYGs crush. His perceived success in her eyes is directly related to her attraction to him. It's nice for her to come out the kitchen long enough to post, but now go back and make us all some sammiches!
  13. Who's the guy on poster, don't remember seeing him last night. Oh wait, was that the guy on sidelines hiding under a towel?
  14. I love how during 8 game win streak, Panther fans puffing their chest out about unstoppable Cam , and nobody matching with Smith or he will eat your ouch, no team could take on the onslaught of DWill, Lafell, Ginn, Olsen, Toldozer, etc, this was an unstoppable pick your poison offense teams couldn't stop. After last night, it's not Cams fault, he has zero help, they are literally no other QBs with less help around them! LMFAO
  15. Here is what PFF wrote about Cam: Not-so-SuperCam There’s been talk of Cam Newton (0.0) being an MVP candidate. Well this game firmly (and rightly) ended those talks as a national audience got a glimpse of the player he still remains. Equal bits frustrating as he is brilliant, he remains an adequate passer whose flaws are often masked by the plays he can make with his legs. When he’s limited as a runner he often looks ponderous with the football and slows the kind of pocket presence that is bound to frustrate his linemen. The antidote to edge pressure is to step up and let your linemen push past the line of scrimmage, especially when you’re dropping back 10 yards from the snap of the ball. But Newton still hasn’t figured this out, and while on one sack he can be forgiven for doing so with a blitz coming up the gut, there really is no excuse for taking sacks that cost the team double digit yardage such as the one with 6.02 left in the game. A winning streak can certainly mask wins but the hope is a loss can redouble efforts to work out kinks. https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2013/12/09/ref-panthers-saints-week-14/ The best line: There’s been talk of Cam Newton (0.0) being an MVP candidate. Well this game firmly (and rightly) ended those talks as a national audience got a glimpse of the player he still remains
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