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On the Jonathan Stewart cap hit talk....

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It wasn't me!! I always thought Mr. Glass Ankles wasn't up to the contract he got at that time. Still isn't. I remember arguing too with those wanting to cut DeAngelo because Stewart was so much better. smh

Come back and read this post at the end of the season.

If 28 plays this season....he will be better than 34. It is what it is.

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Come back and read this post at the end of the season.

If 28 plays this season....he will be better than 34. It is what it is.

 

I won't need to read it again because I am one to remember what I type, how I feel. lol And I do not mind at all being wrong.

 

It would be wonderful for both of them to play to their contracts/potential. Don't care who is considered "better" than the other. But you do have to admit that Stewart hasn't lived up to his billing lately. Breaking out of a crowd with a stout stiff arm is exciting to watch and that's what fans remember. But doing it only once or twice a season because he's not in the game is disappointing.

 

Just sayin'.

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I won't need to read it again because I am one to remember what I type, how I feel. lol And I do not mind at all being wrong.

It would be wonderful for both of them to play to their contracts/potential. Don't care who is considered "better" than the other. But you do have to admit that Stewart hasn't lived up to his billing lately. Breaking out of a crowd with a stout stiff arm is exciting to watch and that's what fans remember. But doing it only once or twice a season because he's not in the game is disappointing.

Just sayin'.

Neither has lived up to there deals. Nice dudes though from what we know...

Unless 28 is healthy for most of the year and BEASTING I am looking forward to both being gone

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Neither has lived up to there deals. Nice dudes though from what we know...

Unless 28 is healthy for most of the year and BEASTING I am looking forward to both being gone

 

Maybe, maybe. However, I'm not looking forward to it until someone else besides Tolbert steps up. We could be in the same situation as when Davis retired. Runner-less. Like Green Bay, it'd be a crap shoot every year, see what sticks.

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Come back and read this post at the end of the season.

If 28 plays this season....he will be better than 34. It is what it is.

If you say it enough times it might come true.

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Come back and read this post at the end of the season.

If 28 plays this season....he will be better than 34. It is what it is.

34 is and always has been better than 28. 34 has a higher yards per carry for his career and last year. Just go back and look at last year. Panthers were a much better team when 34 was on the field. Watch film, the Panthers could do nothing on offense with 28 in the game.

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34 is and always has been better than 28. 34 has a higher yards per carry for his career and last year. Just go back and look at last year. Panthers were a much better team when 34 was on the field. Watch film, the Panthers could do nothing on offense with 28 in the game.

34 really started showing his decline last year IMO. Don't get the hype committee that refuses to acknowledge it.

At this stage, Stewart's health and being sidelined is the only thing that makes 34 better.

Healthy, 28 is currently better. It is why he was the primary RB beginning in 2011. 28 for example was better in 2011..offense functioned best with him. So no, 34 hasn't always proven to be better.

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