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Discussion in 'Carolina Panthers' started by Thrashen, Apr 28, 2017.
In the draft last year the Jacksonville Jaguars drafted running back Leonard Fournette ahead of Christian McCaffrey.
This year McCaffrey played 16 games. He rushed for 1098 yards with a 5.0 average. He also had 107 receptions for 867 yards.
Fournette played 8 games. He rushed for 439 yard with a 3.3 average. He had 22 catches for 185 yards. If he played 16 games Fournette would have rushed for 878 yards with a 3.3 average.
Clearly McCaffrey was a much better prospect last year and is a much better running back this year. But the Jaguars drafted Fournette because Fournette is black and McCaffrey is white. Now they're paying for their black supremacist policy.
That highlight reel is amazing. His power, speed, vision, balance, coordination and stamina is beyond belief. The most complete rb in the nfl. Hope others follow in his footsteps!
amazing athlete, he is the best in the NFL and will get even better in the next few years. Heres hoping that some negro defensive player doesn't intentionally injure him. Reading the comments to this video in youtube is a joke, one negro posted "best white rb of alltime"...lol and the bonehead sjw's actually fall for it and discuss who is the best white rb...typical sjw's. No one called the negro out for his blatant racist comment.
Maybe because McCaffrey got a lot of press in college, they had to let him through. McGuffie did a little time in Canada and ended up bobsledding.
McCaffrey has the most career receptions through the age of 22 in NFL History!
McCaffrey, CAR: 187
Schuster, PIT: 169
Bush, NOR: 161
Fitzgerald, CRD: 161
Cooper, RAI: 155
Moss, MIN: 149
In 2017 the Jacksonville Jaguars drafted Leonard Fournette ahead
of McCaffrey in the first round of the draft.
Let's review their 2018 seasons. Fournette rushed for 439 yards with a 3.3 average and caught 22 passes.
McCaffrey rushed for 1098 yards with a 5.0 average with 107 receptions.
Bottom line? Jacksonville drafted a worse player because he's black. They passed on McCaffrey because he's white.
I'm glad it's blowing up in their faces.
Rivera determined to reduce Mccaffrey's playing time:
Rivera does have one concern offensively. He wants to lessen the number of plays for running back Christian McCaffrey, who took 91.3 percent of the snaps this past season.
While Rivera is happy with McCaffrey's number of touches -- 20.3 per game (13.6 rushing, 6.7 receiving) -- he would like give the No. 8 pick of the 2017 draft more plays off. McCaffrey finished with 1,098 yards rushing on 219 carries and had a team-high 107 catches -- a single-season record for a running back -- for 867 yards.
"Understanding what Christian did last year, how many reps he played, that's something we do have to be concerned with," Rivera said. "It's just the extra plays. We really have to look at that and find a way to take that load from him."
And he has total confidence in Scam:
"Right now, we're very pleased with where we are in terms of our quarterback position," Rivera said. "We're very satisfied in what we got at the end of the year in both Taylor and Kyle. Both guys showed their ability.
"If we did do anything, it would probably be in the draft. Developing that guy is important. But we really do feel strongly about the guys we have."
More important, the Panthers feel strongly that Newton's recovery from arthroscopic surgery will be complete in time for him to start the season.
"From what I've gotten in reports, Cam's progress has been very good," Rivera said. "He's been getting all his workouts in. Just knowing that gives you a little bit of confidence going forward."
Nice article on NFL network that I came across. McCaffrey doesn't want to see his workload cut....
Christian McCaffrey doesn't see need to cut workload
Good to see that!
Christian says he feels faster this offseason than he did in his first two seasons in the NFL.
Why Carolina Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey is training like a track athlete this offseason
I haven’t seen any 2019 NFL MVP odds yet. But McCaffrey is an interesting long shot. He might have an historic season.
In a fair world he would be one of the favorites. Two problems I see. One is the mvp is almost always on a winning team with a chance at the super bowl. Your relying on Cam Newton and
the rest of the guys to play better. Two we know the nfl doesn't want white running backs let alone a white rb winning the mvp. The leagues worst nightmare. They would rig the voting just
like how Cmac got screwed our of the heisman. We all know he deserved to win it. Only in anti white america. No let me add this anti white world we live in. Not just this country.
Have to say completely agree with your sentiments ( white lightning ) ......but I reckon mccaffrey will end up winning a super bowl somewhere , and be recognized ( by the knowing public and grudgingly acknowledged by black pundits ) as as an Mvp , regardless of nfl politics ...I do feel edelmans mvp wouldn't have happened 15/20 yrs ago ....I like the way the saints are getting whiter ,and I reckon a.j ouellette is a real talent ( not a sleeper) ,,,and indeed Tampa bays new white slot recever ( 4.36 , 40yrd ) whose name escapes me is another who will be a future star . ......
Since the voters are supposedly already "anti-white," why do they need to rig the voting?
Cmac on the basketball court throwing it down with a nice wind mill dunk.
Louis Riddick last night was raving about Christian's training this offseason, saying he "looks like Captain America."
Christian McCaffrey should be put in MVP conversation
by Danny Jaillet
The Carolina Panthers running back is being put into the MVP conversation. Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey is turning heads. After an impressive 2018 season in which he proved he could be a do-it-all running back in the National Football League, he looks to improve upon those numbers in his third year.
If one thing is for certain, it was that he avoided the sophomore slump and he truly showed he had what it took to be a starter. That was certainly encouraging for a team that did not have many bright spots last year.
There were some questions heading into last year’s offseason about whether he would be durable enough to play the game and if he could run between the tackles. Those questions were quickly answered as he put up tremendous numbers on the ground and became a major part of the Carolina Panthers offense. Not only did he run between the tackles, he bruised his way into running lanes. Not only did he catch passes, he used his lightning speed to turn simple screens into touchdowns. With what was a difficult workload, he showed that he had the stamina to endure that and Excel. Now in his third year, the Carolina Panthers should look to take some of the pressure off him offensively.
It appears that some of the national media is taking notice of his hard work, and that is a great thing. You have heard me say before that the Carolina Panthers get no love from the national media whatsoever. Now, they may get too much of it. Between their new show on Amazon and the amount of talented players they have on both sides of the football, they could receive the respect they finally deserve.
In his appearance on Good Morning Football on Tuesday, Peter Schrager of NFL Network was quick to praise McCaffrey.
“If Cam Newton’s shoulder is fine and this team can move, this guy is going to possibly be an MVP candidate,” said Schrager of McCaffrey. “He was unbelievable last year. They started off 6-2, he was in the conversation (for MVP), only got better. I think he might be the most exciting player in football, and might be the best dual-threat running back … might be the best running back in the game.”
I agree with him, Christian McCaffrey got stronger as the year went on, and he was the only reason the Carolina Panthers were in a lot of the games towards the end. He could be a viable MVP candidate, and I’ll even go as far as to say he could be the reason they go to the playoffs next year.
Interesting that the Panthers have two white studs who in retrospect should have been the number one picks in their drafts. or at least considered in that stratosphere.
CM was chosen 8th behind average WR Corey Davis. I recall posting here there was a rumor CM could be the number one pick but the caste laden cold feet syndrome kicked in and he fell to 8th. Mike Greenberg didn't think he was even NFL material. Greenberg is beyond a rat. He is a sniveling snake. The guy is a serpent.
One interesting footnote to the 2017 draft. CM's teammate DL Solomon Thomas was chosen third. I can retrieve my piece here on him prior to the draft but I had said at the time after watching all of the Stanford games because of CM obviously that I didn't even know who Thomas was until the very end of the season. Which means he didn't do anything. Mediocre as a 49er, what in the hell are these GMs thinking when they draft these overrated black players?
Andrew Luck was chosen number one in the 2012 draft and probably most people would say that was right on. I say almost. Second seems better. Why? Because Luke Kuechly was in that draft and was chosen 9th behind, among other lesser talents, get this, the great WR Justin Blackmon who drugged himself out of the league in about a minute.
Luck is top tier. But if it was my pick the first player off the board would have been the best defensive player in all of football and arguably the best player period in the NFL the past several years, Luke Kuechly.
I remember close to the draft a lot of mocks still had McCaffrey going late first round to the likes of NE and GB. Which I would have loved to NE, but, I was thinking to myself surely there's no way he doesn't go top ten. He is the perfect modern RB, catches and runs to the highest level. Thankfully he was so good, you couldn't ignore. Harry Smith also in 2012 should have been top ten, to look back and see Barron taken so far ahead of him.
On the negative side I always remember that draft for Jake Bequette, as I was pumped when we took him.
I remember in 2012 the media hype was that Mark Barron was the best safety in the draft "and it isn't even close." Many analysts used the phrase "isn't even close." I believe that was included to promote Barron's alleged superiority over Harrison for racial reasons.
As it turns out perennial pro bowler Smith was the best safety in the class and "it isn't even close."
I, too, thought Jake Bequette had a good career ahead of him. He was drafted in the third round and at the time I thought he should have gone higher. He seemed to have everything you want in an edge rusher but, unfortunately, it didn't work out that way.
Good article with a lot of footage and analysis.