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Discussion in 'DVU' started by Tigers, Jul 30, 2015.
Nfc south will be fun to watch with Grady, vic, spiller and Anthony.
I'm going to pulling for Falcons though.
Just moved to Charlotte a few months ago and looking forward to following a team that is close by. If anyone ever has any extra tickets they are looking to pass off to a poor then feel free to give me a shout.
Stephen Hill confirming he has no desire to actually do anything noteworthy in the NFL by driving around with 2 grinders and a bowl piece. Was really hoping he would get his head out of his ass and help this shit WR corps
Hopefully that MI guy will be serviceable to help Olsen and Benjamin
Hello there fellow back to back NFC South :zzchamps:
So exactly how bad is our OL going to be this year?
Bad to fairly bad
So in other words Cam will be running for his life most of the time. :anolikey:
To be fair, that is probably a better option than Cameron throwing the ball.
I think the Panthers can have a decent OL with Oher or Martin-Norwell-Khalil-Turner-Remmers.
They line was completely terrible until midway through the season when Remmers took over at RT, Norwell took over at LG and Turner got back from being injured and played RG. Bell was the LT, so not like Oher or Martin will be any worse. Depth might be slightly better than last year, but they are definitely an injury away from being potentially back to terrible on the OL
Martin already quit
does this exist for clemson because it is a great chart
No because Pro Football Focus doesn't do College.
Panthers waived Peters today.
Don't care whose fault it is for him leaving, Steve Smith announcing he's retiring kind of bummed me out :tpwhypanthwhy:
How can you live with yourself? Your nfl team has zero clemson players.
I'm not a child who bases his rooting interest on where Clemson players play. I also cheer for the home state teams.
I'm not either. But, you should be a Falcons fan. Much easier in the heart and much more fun.
Meh. Never really attached myself to an NFL team. I was a Bucs fan growing up but as soon as I made way from Florida I lost interest. I play so much fantasy that I just watch my players and then Clemson players.
I now live equal distance (about 20 miles) from two god awful teams (raiders, 49ers) and can't seem to pull for either of them. The new 49ers stadium is garbage. It's like watching a game on a really nice TV. No atmosphere and full of rich fucks in suites.
Torn between hoping Vic and Grady do well and knowing affiliation with Falcons will only drag them down into mediocrity.
I feel like winning back to back division championships is both easier on the heart and more fun
This is a relief. I was beginning to worry that I was strange for enjoying those things.
Anybody that is an adult that changes their rooting interest from one team to another team based on any reason was never a true fan of that team.
I have rooted for the Panthers since their inaugural season when I was 13. Not changing my squad even if another team was comprised of 50% Clemson players and the Panthers had 0. It makes no sense. Players change teams all the time. Only reason I would consider not rooting for them is if they moved to another city and if that happened I doubt that I could become a big fan of any team again.
Agree, but I do think I would struggle to pull for the Panthers if we had a gamecock as our QB.
I don't really care who played at what school for the team I root for. Could hate the guy in college, but root for him if he plays for the camthers. Been a camthers fan for a long time, if that didn't change after the end of the Jake delhomme years with Testaverde, Carr, and that fsg from ND playing qb, I doubt it ever will
3 in a row confirmed!
Know your place Josh Norman
I will let you know after my fantasy drafts how hard I am pulling for the Panthers (also sub every other NFL team) this year.
NOOOOOOOOOOOO FUCKKKKKKKKKK :tpwhypanthwhy::tpwhypanthwhy::tpwhypanthwhy::tpwhypanthwhy::tpwhypanthwhy: