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I'm sure you've all heard the news by now. I'm not here to say he was one of the greatest QBs of all time, but surely for the Panthers he did some great things. This isn't a thread to bash Jake, there are plenty justified threads for that. This is for those that have anything they are thankful for that he did for us. Believe it or not, he wasn't complete rubbish.

So what would you say was your favorite Jake Delhomme memory? Mine would be him gunslinging it against Tom Brady in the superbowl. For all statistical purpose, the kid from the Bayou thoroughly outperformed Brady in that game.

Farewell Jake, thanks for the memories. Here's to Moore memories.

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The touchdown pass against the Chiefs in 2004 where he was under pressure and had to spin around in the grasp and heave a prayer to the endzone. Seidman caught it I believe.

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And 2 highlights that stand out for me was the X-Clown to Smitty in the Playoffs against the Rams & the TD pass to Rosario to beat the Chargers with the time over.

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His Superbowl performance, in particular him talking trash to that piece of poo Rodney Harrison.

There's a lot more memories of comebacks he led, but that one sticks out most.

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i can't remmeber which game was this but when he got hit hard and was on the ground rolling around gasping for air. that poop looked liked a bad case of constipation. So Long Delhomme!

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Him and Smith combining for X-clown. His performance in SB XVIII. And the passion and fire he had for the game. He may have made some terrible plays but you could never question the guys heart.

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I will never forget that moment he came in for Rodney against the Jags and led us to his many come behind cardiac wins.

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I will never forget it. He came in off the bench and led us to an incredible win over the Jags. He really made us a force for a few seasons... these last few seasons he made us a joke. The good, the bad, the ugly, the gone. Its about time, but he certainly had his moments.

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