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wild style


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 6:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Im soooo happy i hated hernia! I love chud when he was wide open! scaling down the o will hurt cam not help him! I under stand they are in the game to win. With that said let cam sling it and learn instead of only "trying" to call plays they think he can make. The d line has very little pressure on the 3 downs and our o-line was really hurt when we lost otah! Fix both lines and we will win BUT IT TAKES TIME!!! You can have all the skill positions you want but with out a solid lines and a qb that can pick apart coverages we can blame everyone but it wont fix the problem:(

1 LET CAM LEARN TO PICK APART COVERAGES..
2 BUILD THE O-LINE FIRST
3 BUILD THE DLINE
4 HOPE BY THAT TIME WE HAVE SKILL PLAYERS STILL AROUND
5 COME OUT AND SAY CAM DON'T WORRY ABOUT YOUR JOB JUST THROGH AND LEARN FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR. And I want to see
cam on the sideline with his wr's talking or tossing the ball. He has no room to sulk or be down on him self. Work.Work>work!
6 MORE BLITZES FROM THE D AND MORE SCREENS FROM THE Angel
This is just what i see as the problem you many have a better view.
By no means should i be a coach or even an advisor lol I am just a
FAN sharing thought:) Peace to all and go PANTHER!
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johnydtarheel


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 9:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hurney VS Polian drafts. And why do people want Polian back? He has missed on 1st rounders yes he got Mathis and Garcon late but there are just as many misses if not more.

2012 - Carolina Panthers
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 9 Luke Kuechly LB Boston College
2 40 Amini Silatolu G Midwestern State
4 103 Frank Alexander DE Oklahoma
4 104 Joe Adams WR Arkansas
5 143 Josh Norman CB Coastal Carolina
6 207 Brad Nortman P Wisconsin
7 216 D.J. Campbell FS California
2011 - Carolina Panthers
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 1 Cam Newton QB Auburn
3 65 Terrell McClain DT South Florida
3 97 Sione Fua DT Stanford
4 98 Brandon Hogan CB West Virginia
5 132 Kealoha Pilares WR Hawaii
6 166 Lawrence Wilson LB Connecticut
6 203 Zack Williams C Washington State
7 244 Lee Ziemba T Auburn
2010 - Carolina Panthers
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
2 48 Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame
3 78 Brandon LaFell WR LSU
3 89 Armanti Edwards WR Appalachian State
4 124 Eric Norwood DE South Carolina
6 175 Greg Hardy DE Mississippi
6 198 David Gettis WR Baylor
6 202 Jordan Pugh FS Texas A&M
6 204 Tony Pike QB Cincinnati
7 223 R.J. Stanford CB Utah
7 249 Robert McClain CB Connecticut
2009 - Carolina Panthers
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
2 43 Everette Brown DE Florida State
2 59 Sherrod Martin DB Troy
3 93 Corvey Irvin DT Georgia
4 111 Mike Goodson RB Texas A&M
4 128 Tony Fiammetta RB Syracuse
5 163 Duke Robinson G Oklahoma
7 216 Captain Munnerlyn DB South Carolina
2008 - Carolina Panthers
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 13 Jonathan Stewart RB Oregon
1 19 Jeff Otah T Pittsburgh
3 67 Charles Godfrey FS Iowa
3 74 Dan Connor LB Penn State
5 141 Gary Barnidge TE Louisville
6 181 Nick Hayden DT Wisconsin
7 221 Hilee Taylor DE North Carolina
7 241 Geoff Schwartz T Oregon
7 250 Mackenzy Bernadeau G Bentley
2007 - Carolina Panthers
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 25 Jon Beason MLB Miami (Fla.)
2 45 Dwayne Jarrett WR USC
2 59 Ryan Kalil C USC
3 83 Charles Johnson DE Georgia
4 118 Ryne Robinson WR Miami (Ohio)
5 155 Dante Rosario TE Oregon
5 164 Tim Shaw LB Penn State
7 226 C.J. Wilson CB Baylor
2006 - Carolina Panthers
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 27 DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis
2 58 Richard Marshall CB Fresno State
3 88 James Anderson LB Virginia Tech
3 89 Rashad Butler T Miami (Fla.)
4 121 Nate Salley DB Ohio State
5 155 Jeff King TE Virginia Tech
7 234 Will Montgomery G Virginia Tech
7 237 Stanley McClover DE Auburn
2005 - Carolina Panthers
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 14 Thomas Davis DB Georgia
2 54 Eric Shelton RB Louisville
3 79 Evan Mathis G Alabama
3 89 Atiyyah Ellison DT Missouri
4 121 Stefan LeFors QB Louisville
5 149 Adam Seward LB Nevada-Las Vegas
5 169 Geoff Hangartner C Texas A&M
5 171 Ben Emanuel SS UCLA
6 189 Jovan Haye DE Vanderbilt
6 207 Joe Berger T Michigan Tech
2004 - Carolina Panthers
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 28 Chris Gamble CB Ohio State
2 62 Keary Colbert WR USC
3 94 Travelle Wharton G South Carolina
5 163 Drew Carter WR Ohio State
6 196 Sean Tufts LB Colorado
7 232 Michael Gaines TE Central Florida
2003 - Carolina Panthers
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 8 Jordan Gross T Utah
2 50 Bruce Nelson C Iowa
3 76 Mike Seidman TE UCLA
3 82 Ricky Manning CB UCLA
4 119 Colin Branch DB Stanford
5 145 Kindal Moorehead DT Alabama
7 226 Walter Young WR Illinois
7 247 Casey Moore RB Stanford
2002 - Carolina Panthers
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 2 Julius Peppers DE North Carolina
2 34 DeShaun Foster RB UCLA
3 73 Will Witherspoon MLB Georgia
4 100 Dante Wesley CB Arkansas-Pine Bluff
5 137 Randy Fasani QB Stanford
5 145 Kyle Johnson RB Syracuse
6 174 Keith Heinrich TE Sam Houston State
7 213 Pete Campion G North Dakota State
7 258 Brad Franklin CB Louisiana-Lafayette


2011 - Indianapolis Colts
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 22 Anthony Castonzo T Boston College
2 49 Ben Ijalana T Villanova
3 87 Drake Nevis DT LSU
4 119 Delone Carter RB Syracuse
6 188 Chris Rucker DB Michigan State
2010 - Indianapolis Colts
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 31 Jerry Hughes DE Texas Christian
2 63 Pat Angerer OLB Iowa
3 94 Kevin Thomas DB USC
4 129 Jacques McClendon G Tennessee
5 162 Brody Eldridge TE Oklahoma
7 238 Ricardo Mathews DE Cincinnati
7 240 Kavell Conner OLB Clemson
7 246 Ray Fisher DB Indiana
2009 - Indianapolis Colts
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 27 Donald Brown RB Connecticut
2 56 Fili Moala DT USC
3 92 Jerraud Powers DB Auburn
4 127 Austin Collie WR Brigham Young
4 136 Terrance Taylor DT Michigan
6 201 Curtis Painter QB Purdue
7 222 Pat McAfee P West Virginia
7 236 Jaimie Thomas G Maryland
2008 - Indianapolis Colts
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
2 59 Mike Pollak G Arizona State
3 93 Philip Wheeler OLB Georgia Tech
4 127 Jacob Tamme TE Kentucky
5 161 Marcus Howard DE Georgia
6 196 Tom Santi TE Virginia
6 201 Steve Justice C Wake Forest
6 202 Mike Hart RB Michigan
6 205 Pierre Garcon WR Mount Union
7 236 Jamey Richard C Buffalo
2007 - Indianapolis Colts
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 32 Anthony Gonzalez WR Ohio State
2 42 Tony Ugoh T Arkansas
3 95 Dante Hughes CB California
3 98 Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio State
4 131 Brannon Condren DB Troy State
4 136 Clint Session LB Pittsburgh
5 169 Roy Hall WR Ohio State
5 173 Michael Coe CB Alabama State
7 242 Keyunta Dawson DT Texas Tech
2006 - Indianapolis Colts
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 30 Joseph Addai RB Louisiana State
2 62 Tim Jennings CB Georgia
3 94 Freddie Keiaho LB San Diego State
5 162 Michael Toudouze G Texas Christian
6 199 Charlie Johnson T Oklahoma State
6 207 Antoine Bethea SS Howard
7 238 T.J. Rushing CB Stanford
2005 - Indianapolis Colts
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 29 Marlin Jackson DB Michigan
2 60 Kelvin Hayden DB Illinois
3 92 Vincent Burns DE Kentucky
4 129 Dylan Gandy G Texas Tech
4 135 Matt Giordano DB California
5 148 Jonathan Welsh DE Wisconsin
5 165 Robert Hunt C North Dakota State
5 173 Tyjuan Hagler LB Cincinnati
6 202 Dave Rayner K Michigan State
7 243 Anthony Davis -- Wisconsin
2004 - Indianapolis Colts
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
2 44 Bob Sanders DB Iowa
3 68 Ben Hartsock TE Ohio State
3 69 Gilbert Gardner LB Purdue
4 107 Kendyll Pope LB Florida State
4 125 Jason David CB Washington State
5 141 Jake Scott G Idaho
6 173 Von Hutchins DB Mississippi
6 193 Jim Sorgi QB Wisconsin
7 229 David Kimball K Penn State
2003 - Indianapolis Colts
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 24 Dallas Clark TE Iowa
2 58 Mike Doss SS Ohio State
3 90 Donald Strickland FS Colorado
4 122 Steve Sciullo G Marshall
5 138 Robert Mathis DE Alabama A&M
5 162 Keyon Whiteside LB Tennessee
6 198 Cato June DB Michigan
6 208 Makoa Freitas T Arizona
2002 - Indianapolis Colts
RD SEL # PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
1 11 Dwight Freeney DE Syracuse
2 42 Larry Tripplett DT Washington
3 74 Joseph Jefferson CB Western Kentucky
4 106 David Thornton LB North Carolina
6 182 David Pugh DT Virginia Tech
6 183 James Lewis -- Miami (Fla.)
6 204 Brian Allen RB Stanford
7 220 Josh Mallard DE Georgia
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Moody


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 10:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't think Polian is going to come back here. He didn't leave on great terms from what I've read. Nice comparison of drafting though. He really didn't give Peyton a lot to work with at the end of the reign in Indy. Just makes Manning even more amazing.


I would rather hire someone fresh from an organization that has had success drafting and on the field. I keep hearing about a guy from the Giants' FO. Whoever comes here has to be stingy in a sense. They have to find value, not stars.

This is a decently attractive job, but it's still got a lot of cleaning to do in terms of salary caps. I wouldn't expect a big contract for anyone in the next few years other than Cam. We need to just let these big ugly contracts die out.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 2:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

marc ross is the guy from the giants

nick caserio (new england) and eric decosta are the two other big rising stars, though decosta prob isn't leaving baltimore.

bill cowher supposedly said he wants his GM to be omar khan if he ever comes back to coach.

i want someone from the giants, packers, patriots, ravens, or steelers. maybe texans and 49ers. and not someone who recently lost a job (xanders, ruskell, heckert, reid).
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 2:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Zithers wrote:
marc ross is the guy from the giants

nick caserio (new england) and eric decosta are the two other big rising stars, though decosta prob isn't leaving baltimore.

bill cowher supposedly said he wants his GM to be omar khan if he ever comes back to coach.

i want someone from the giants, packers, patriots, ravens, or steelers. maybe texans and 49ers. and not someone who recently lost a job (xanders, ruskell, heckert, reid).


Pats have not drafted great even though they have all those picks.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 3:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

gronk, hernandez, vollmer, chandler, solder... FA moves like lloyd and waters...
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 4:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ras-I Dowling the A Edwards pick Butler 2nd rounder couldnt even make it here as a DB Pat Chung, Ron Brace, Terrance Wheatley, Brandon Merriweather, Chad Jackson, Eugene Wilson

Trades for Ocho Cinco, fat boy from skins

http://fanballot.nfl.com/ our grade is a B overall there not to bad at all
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