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Beast_3000

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  1. I think Luke has adjusted his play. You won’t see him barrel down on a player anymore for that big hit. I wouldn’t say he struggled.
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    Matt "Speed bump McGee" Kalil..

    I read something from Panthers.com I believe that said instead of rehabbing( hip issue from Viking days) he has been able to strictly hit the weight room this offseason. I am hoping that helps his run blocking. I am optimistic
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    Top 6 WRs

    Lol I’m well aware. That’s what I just said when I said Rivera will not be play calling. In addition, I said his stamp which is highly conservative. You just expounded on what I said. “ taking his foot off the gas”
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    Top 6 WRs

    Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not. If you took that as me saying Rivera calls plays you are waaaay off. Every head coach has a stamp on the team. Every head coach does. It’s why the Eagles or even the Aints stay aggressive regardless of the score. Rivera wants a balanced attack led with an even stronger running game . Norv’s is in agreement with that philosophy which is why he is here. Where Rivera can get in the way is taking his foot off the gas and asking theOC to play conservative with a lead. Hopefully now that we have an experienced play caller he steers clear of the offensive side of the ball as much as possible. Let Norv do his thing.
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    Top 6 WRs

    I am hoping and praying you are right. He made it through an entire season at Ohio State as the focal point of that offense essentially as a dual threat offensive weapon so the proof and track record is definitely there.
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    Top 6 WRs

    The slight of frame comment was directed more so to Damiere Byrd. He is 5’9” and probably 185. I’m assuming you are referencing to Samuel who last season had just as many injury concerns as Byrd. My point was for the team to be successful those guys have to stay healthy.
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    Top 6 WRs

    I think half the board is high on Byrd the other half wasn’t as impressed with him due to the small sample size. I think Damiere just needs to stay healthy. If he has prepared for a rigorous season the way he should by possibly putting on a few pound of muscle/mass I am definitely on the we need to keep him train. He was to valuable in the games he played to cut him or let him walk. We saw the importance of needing depth last year. Since Samuel and Byrd are slight in frame I think keeping 6 guys is important but at the same time that’s why we have OTAs and training camp. All 6 should be able to show if they belong in Norvs offense. I just hope Rivera stays out of Norvs way. He needs to spend his time in the secondary meeting rooms.
  8. Which I why I just don’t understand why he haven’t signed one of the safeties on the market. It’s truly baffling to me.
  9. It has hurt his effectiveness on goal line stances a little but he stays on the field where he is more valuable.
  10. The new engaging contact with your helmet as a weapon rule should help Luke. We don’t talk about this much but he adapted his play about 2 to 3 years ago. You never see him barrel down on anyone anymore. In addition if the player is the size of our fullback Armah he will take a calculated angle so he doesn’t hurt himself unnecessarily. It’s the live to see another day approach. He knows he means more to the team. He also knows his health is more important than one play.
  11. I just knew we were selecting Oliver wonder why they had Jackson higher
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    CMC, Samuel, Moore

    Great pick imo. Norv Turner is going to make this offense hum. Now we need some secondary help on day 2
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    Carolina Panthers Select Dj Moore

    I understand having some doubt but Norv worked out both vigorously. I think he has done well developing wideouts.
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