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SorthNarolina

Gary Barnidge...

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I keep forgetting to make this topic

in king and rosarios first years, they began to start making plays and becoming involved in the offense around the end of their seasons

now the difference in now is that barnidge has alot stiffer competition for plays on the field, and he may not be needed, I'd just like to know how he's progressing, maybe I'll send gantt an email during the bye week

I remember the scouting report had him with the potential to be a better reciever than king or rosario

I wonder if he is buried on the depth chart because of the guys in front of him, or it it is taking him longer to pick up the blocking or to becoming physically strong enough to make his blocks, espcially with the running game we have right now

I remember one pass thrown to him deep where he had the LB beat by 3-4 steps, and i think I've seen his jersey flash by on a rare occasion, but otherwise I have nothing

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King is just the best blocking TE and we never throw to TEs.

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Barnidge sure has speed

My only fear is him going somewhere else and he does a very decent job. Or be a surprise. We all know that always happen to the Panthers

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Barnidge sure has speed

My only fear is him going somewhere else and he does a very decent job. Or be a surprise. We all know that always happen to the Panthers

come on were 12-4 and somebody just broke our awful record, maybe this is the season we shake off the bad vibes, woohoo!!!!

we will always draft well and sign well from now on

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Blocking I would assume is keeping him on the bench.

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Yeah, he whiffed on a block Sunday that got Mark Jones leveled.

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barnidge will make a couple big plays in the playoffs.

no one will see it coming.

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He's another good weapon in Fox's arsenal :thumbsup:

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