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  • #46
    Good game boys.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by ghettosermon
      Good game boys.
      Yeah, the way you guys were running I couldn't believe we were ahead. lol

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      • #48
        For some reason I think we'll wait until the 2nd day to get a QB and we'll end up with someone like John ****ing Beck but after this year I'm all for taking Troy Smith in the late first (if we even get a late first...)

        We need new Safeties though. Minter totally whiffed after Gamble blew coverage on Cooley

        In fact, this should be our offseason

        Sign: Ken Hamlin, random journeyman LB for competition

        Round 1: Troy Smith
        2: Safety
        3. PR/KR
        4. Safety
        5. Safety
        6. Safety
        7. CB

        edit: Also, I'll say it right now. I'd rather lose every game the rest of the season than sneak into the playoffs like last year and win 1-2 games on the road to get blown out in the NFCG. If we lose out maybe they FINALLY realize some changes need to be made. If we manage to reach the playoffs again I guarentee everythings all fine and dandy next season and this **** happens all over again. Losing 13-17 with the kind of effort the defense put up all game (until the DBs ****ed up at the end) is UNACCEPTABLE and has happened all god damn season

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        • #49
          Originally posted by SchizophrenicBatman
          For some reason I think we'll wait until the 2nd day to get a QB and we'll end up with someone like John ****ing Beck but after this year I'm all for taking Troy Smith in the late first (if we even get a late first...)

          We need new Safeties though. Minter totally whiffed after Gamble blew coverage on Cooley

          In fact, this should be our offseason

          Sign: Ken Hamlin, random journeyman LB for competition

          Round 1: Troy Smith
          2: Safety
          3. PR/KR
          4. Safety
          5. Safety
          6. Safety
          7. CB

          edit: Also, I'll say it right now. I'd rather lose every game the rest of the season than sneak into the playoffs like last year and win 1-2 games on the road to get blown out in the NFCG. If we lose out maybe they FINALLY realize some changes need to be made. If we manage to reach the playoffs again I guarentee everythings all fine and dandy next season and this **** happens all over again. Losing 13-17 with the kind of effort the defense put up all game (until the DBs ****ed up at the end) is UNACCEPTABLE and has happened all god damn season
          Well, we were owned all day on the ground.

          But yeah, I hope we don't go to the playoffs. If we do, nothing will happen.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by SchizophrenicBatman
            Also, I'll say it right now. I'd rather lose every game the rest of the season than sneak into the playoffs like last year and win 1-2 games on the road to get blown out in the NFCG. If we lose out maybe they FINALLY realize some changes need to be made.
            Couldn't agree with you more.

            Instead of an under-study for Jake Delhomme, we need to look for his replacement.

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            • #51
              I dont really know how to fix the run problem though. I mean, we have all this "depth" at DT. The LBs played like **** the beginning of the season but they look a little better now. We have enough problems covering TEs/3rd WRs (Cooley this week...who next week? Do the Eagles even have people worthy of being called 1st/2nd WRs? Are they all going to own us then?) so bringing in a run stuffing LB will help one weakness but magnify another.

              I just cant believe after what Colston did to us at the end of the NO game that the Cooley TD even had the POSSIBILITY of happening. It's just pathetic. This is the NFL, that looked like my high school and they won 5 games over the 4 years I was there

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              • #52
                Originally posted by JustJoe2k5
                Originally posted by SchizophrenicBatman
                Also, I'll say it right now. I'd rather lose every game the rest of the season than sneak into the playoffs like last year and win 1-2 games on the road to get blown out in the NFCG. If we lose out maybe they FINALLY realize some changes need to be made.
                Couldn't agree with you more.

                Instead of an under-study for Jake Delhomme, we need to look for his replacement.
                One of Smith's benefits is he plays in a similar pro style offense. I think if we get someone good in there we could really make him manage the game and make plays without being a rookie just thrown in there.

                I want Mooch

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                • #53
                  Also it doesnt look like my wish has very good odds. As pathetic as the Panthers are, the rest of the NFC may be worse. How are we still 6th in the conference???

                  http://www.nfl.com/standings/conference

                  WOW WOW WOW HILARIOUS stats. We have the highest strength of victory win % in the NFC besides Tampa Bay and the Skins but a middle of the road/weak strength of schedule. Know what that means? WE LOSE TO BAD TEAMS. And what does that mean? THE COACHING SUCKS. How hard is it to keep people motivated? I mean, should we just hire Dr. Phil or something and pay him instead of the Special Teams staff since they dont do anything anyway?

                  Also, in total TDs per team we are only ahead of:

                  3-8 Charlie Fry-led Cleveland
                  2-9 Andrew Walter/Aaron Brooks-led Oakland
                  3-8 Bruce Gradkowski-led Tampa Bay

                  I dont think the offense would really be anymore anemic with a rookie QB than it already is

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by SchizophrenicBatman
                    Also it doesnt look like my wish has very good odds. As pathetic as the Panthers are, the rest of the NFC may be worse. How are we still 6th in the conference???

                    http://www.nfl.com/standings/conference

                    WOW WOW WOW HILARIOUS stats. We have the highest strength of victory win % in the NFC besides Tampa Bay and the Skins but a middle of the road/weak strength of schedule. Know what that means? WE LOSE TO BAD TEAMS. And what does that mean? THE COACHING SUCKS. How hard is it to keep people motivated? I mean, should we just hire Dr. Phil or something and pay him instead of the Special Teams staff since they dont do anything anyway?

                    Also, in total TDs per team we are only ahead of:

                    3-8 Charlie Fry-led Cleveland
                    2-9 Andrew Walter/Aaron Brooks-led Oakland
                    3-8 Bruce Gradkowski-led Tampa Bay

                    I dont think the offense would really be anymore anemic with a rookie QB than it already is
                    exactly, we have to much talent to never have scored 30 points this season. Have we even scored 20 without a defensive score?

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                    • #55
                      Falcons wouldn't trade him to a division rival, but Matt Schaub looks really nice right now.

                      I think our complete offensive gameplan is completely out of whack from the team we should be.

                      DeAngelo Williams and DeShaun Foster are shifty speed runningbacks, don't run them into the middle of the other team's defensive line. Send them to the outside where they can make plays with their speed. If you want to power it down the middle, USE ERIC SHELTON. The guy plowed through the Redskins for a first-down yesterday. How did we reward him? Sat him on the bench for the rest of the game. Either use the kid or cut him loose, that is alot of money gathering dust on the bench.

                      Why do we need to constantly take a shot down the field on every possession? We have one of the best possession receivers in the NFL in Keyshawn Johnson and one of the biggest playmakers in the NFL in Steve Smith. Send Keyshawn Johnson to the first-down marker and just have him sit there. Send Steve Smith ten or fifteen yards down the field and just have him sit there. If Smith isn't open, Delhomme can just dump it to Keyshawn and have a first-down. If Smith is open, he has the ability to turn a short pass into a 70-yard touchdown. We need to take the pressure off of Delhomme and put it on the people who can handle it, Keyshawn Johnson and Steve Smith.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by JustJoe2k5
                        DeAngelo Williams and DeShaun Foster are shifty speed runningbacks, don't run them into the middle of the other team's defensive line. Send them to the outside where they can make plays with their speed. If you want to power it down the middle, USE ERIC SHELTON. The guy plowed through the Redskins for a first-down yesterday. How did we reward him? Sat him on the bench for the rest of the game. Either use the kid or cut him loose, that is alot of money gathering dust on the bench.
                        Shelton looked good out there, he should have gotten an in game chance for short yardage.


                        Danny (Rapid City)SD: Do you think that Carolina will draft a QB this off season, due to the poor play of Jake Delhomme or do they stick it out a couple more years.

                        Eric Edholm: (4:25 PM ET ) I do. They obviously won't get a shot at Brady Quinn, but Drew Stanton has some Delhomme-esque characteristics that will interest them. More likely, I think they'll wait a little bit and maybe look at a guy like Troy Smith or trent Edwards, maybe a John Beck from BYU. It's not a great QB class at all in '07.
                        I don't want Stanton at all, he makes the same mistakes Delhomme does and he is in a spread system.

                        Trent Edward, Kolb and Troy Sizzle (Smith lol) are my favs, Smith being the top.

                        Troy doesn't force much, and he handles pressure pretty well. I also like how he holds the ball, he isn't going to get it stripped as much as Delhomme did.

                        I think if we can get him in here with a west coast offensive coordinator we could be fine with a rookie. We aren't like other teams where the rookie is at a disadvantage personel wise. Smith has a good arm and can throw on the move


                        We are pretty much perfect for a WC offense or one like the Patriots. We have two great receiving backs, Drew Carter, Steve Smith and Key. Hell, if he is a good coordinator he could probably bring out the best in Gaines.


                        Oh, and how about this quote from Henning?

                        Our Job is not to go out and score a lot of points. Our job is establish field position.

                        And that is exactly what they do, they don't play to win, they play not to lose.

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                        • #57
                          hey im not any panthers fan but i was wondering what happened to deangelo williams. is he injured. is he good ? whats his future look like ??

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                          • #58
                            I like the timing of Henning's quote since it came right after a game where the Redskins started with the ball on their 40yd line or better every drive

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by MaddenPlayer52
                              hey im not any panthers fan but i was wondering what happened to deangelo williams. is he injured. is he good ? whats his future look like ??
                              He's showing us what he can do in the future. He's not a probowler or anything like that at this point in his career, but with the way he's been playing when he has been used he could be a very, very dangerous runner in the future much in the mold of priest holmes.

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                              • #60
                                New Quarterback

                                I really don't see us using a first or even second rounder on QB next year. Delhomme can play under pressure, the super bowl game proved that. It's possible that he has an injury that is affecting him that he's trying to play through, it's also possible he's just having an off year. Either way, there's no reason to panic on him yet.

                                I know Morgan keeps saying he'll be back next year, but he isn't someone we can count on anymore. If he's back, great. We need to draft as though he won't be. It's difficult to predict where we'll be picking right now, but if we could land a solid MLB like Patrick Willis from Mississippi it would be a big help. If Dan Connor from Penn State declares we could get him a little later for depth as well.

                                We also need to address SS, TE, RT, and maybe even another OLB.
                                DL and CB are solid, and RB, WR, QB are good enough we don't need to spend early picks on them.

                                Just my opinions.

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