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To all the Jake haters

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I want every one of you here and accountable for your digs at him today when Matt Moore is the 10th rated QB in the NFC halfway through next season.

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Oh great not another one. Was he really that nice to you when you used to write articles about him? Let it go. Jake is the past. Moore is the future!

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Oh great not another one. Was he really that nice to you when you used to write articles about him? Let it go. Jake is the past. Moore is the future!

Jake has been one of the classiest players to ever wear the black and blue. He doesn't deserve threads like Charlottenian's.

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Classy guy and terrible QB over the last 4 years at the same time. He deserves to have his critics.

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I want every one of you here and accountable for your digs at him today when Matt Moore is the 10th rated QB in the NFC halfway through next season.

Great!!! Thanks for the positive outlook on next season prick. What was Jakes NFC rating halfway through last season? I like Jake and always have, but dont be a douche.

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I want every one of you here and accountable for your digs at him today when Matt Moore is the 10th rated QB in the NFC halfway through next season.

Oh thank god an upgrade

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Oh thank god an upgrade

lol, well played.

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Let's see tenth in NFC or last overall.

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So you're a Moore hater then?

I'm a realist. Rodney Peete won four of the last five games under Fox in 2002. Testaverde won games in December under Fox. Matt Moore is a nice kid and I don't wish any ill will on him, but Jake is and was a stand up guy for the Panthers for years, and fans are crapping all over him today.

When teams have a book on Matt Moore and they aren't resting any starters, I want to see how long this bandwagon that you've thrown Jake under keeps going.

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