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I'm afraid I can't argue with anything that Trollanda has said in this thread

 

 

 

 

because I haven't read any of it  

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This is from last year, but anyone that thinks Brees is old and on decline is crazy! Now he has a high pick WR to throw to. Considering what he's done with a 3rd rounder, a 7th rounder as his #1 receiver and a bunch of UDFA's, can't wait to see what he does with a talent like Cooks!

http://youtu.be/1VJPofNstZ4

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Holy moly

 

You could say that. Or you could also notice Brees not sweating once in that video.

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You could say that. Or you could also notice Brees not sweating once in that video.

Not sweating? He might not be sweating profusely in this workout shoot he did for Mens Fitnesss magazine, but he is sweating!

Here is his full workout unedited, if you want sweat, try 14:09. Cam couldn't even get through this workout of he were to try!

http://youtu.be/gwheSCgyJCo

Then you have this guy:

http://youtu.be/mh6WBPkrjMc

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is pat trying to imply that brees is a better athlete than cam

 

is that really what i just read

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It wasn't too long ago that Julius Peppers would have been stonewalled by an untested rookie. At least Hardy did what he was supposed to do. I wouldn't break the bank to extend him long term though.

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it seems likely that either charles johnson or greg hardy will be punching his ticket out of charlotte, especially with the selection of ealy.

 

then, all the dumbasses on this board who've maligned them as overrated stat-padders who beat up inferior competition for the past four years will shitpost about how irreplaceable they are and how badly the panthers fuged up.

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it seems likely that either charles johnson or greg hardy will be punching his ticket out of charlotte, especially with the selection of ealy.

then, all the dumbasses on this board who've maligned them as overrated stat-padders who beat up inferior competition for the past four years will shitpost about how irreplaceable they are and how badly the panthers fuged up.

Don't you know how many veterans they lost? They're going to be the worst! Sure those veterans were mediocre but they're veterans dammit. It's not like some rookie can come into the league and become one of the best at that position.

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is pat trying to imply that brees is a better athlete than cam

is that really what i just read

I'm saying what I'm saying, I would bet Cam could not do Brees TRX workout. Panda bear made a ridiculous comment about him not sweating which I took as implying it's not that difficult. Sure, after some time doing it, Cam should be able to do it, but the point was its an incredibly difficult workout and most athletes wouldn't be able to do that routine day 1. Just like an article about crossfit last month saying that even the NFL professional athletes can't keep up with the crossfit guys that have been doing it for a while.

http://www.stack.com/2014/03/21/nfl-crossfit/

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