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#76 MadHatter

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Posted 09 March 2010 - 02:29 PM

Why do you kepp making these Dumbass statments. How do you know how hungry they are they only played 2 games and got HURT. That's another thing all these boys are coming off a injury. Lewis has one thing over all of them he is a leader and knows more savy vet moves then them. Do you remeber the whole cutting Keyshawn thing. DJ would be a better player right now if FOX and CO. wouldn't have cut Key. These guy need a vet too help them thru and who would be better then lewis. You act like all these guys played a whole season with this team and know what they are doing. WRONG none of them has played more then 5 games all togther.


so your plan would be to keep the same aging vets and not play the younger guys. got it.

Again, I am not saying which is right or wrong. Just stating my opinion.

And as I have said, I will not make any overall judgement until I see how the rest of the offseason plays out. You assume that the panthers are not going to make any additional moves after the draft. Based on the # of players we have under contract, I assume that we will.

I will defer total judgement until after all of the information is in....rather than jump to conclusions and assume the sky is falling after only 5 days of FA.

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Posted 09 March 2010 - 02:30 PM

no. just doesnt guarantee that they are probowl monsters either. i personally would have liked to see a more smooth transition to our younger players. i could compare this to a bball team. if you had your veteran starting five would you bench or get rid of all of them for the guys riding the pine all at one time? no. you would mingle them in with vets and as they got used to the position THEN they can take over. you ever see the end of a blowout game when all the subs are in and how oncoordinated it looks? thats what happens you have too much inexperience crowded into one area.


Never said they were probowl monsters.....and neither were Kemo of Lewis. They were average players .

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Posted 09 March 2010 - 02:37 PM

Never said they were probowl monsters.....and neither were Kemo of Lewis. They were average players .


how long do you think it will be before they come together as a unit?

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Posted 09 March 2010 - 02:39 PM

so your plan would be to keep the same aging vets and not play the younger guys. got it.

Again, I am not saying which is right or wrong. Just stating my opinion.

And as I have said, I will not make any overall judgement until I see how the rest of the offseason plays out. You assume that the panthers are not going to make any additional moves after the draft. Based on the # of players we have under contract, I assume that we will.

I will defer total judgement until after all of the information is in....rather than jump to conclusions and assume the sky is falling after only 5 days of FA.


Dam is it that hard too think that maybe you keep 1 fuging guy who knows your system and played more the 2 games with your team. Plus he is not coming off a injury too help the guys who haven't played more then 5 games for you combined. You must not have insurance or like a smooth transition. You must quick cold turkey on everything.

I don't see how it hurts too have 1 vet who has been on your team for more then 2 games too help the other out.

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Posted 09 March 2010 - 02:40 PM

how long do you think it will be before they come together as a unit?


How in the hell is anybody supposed to answer that? How long would it take a bunch of overpaid FA's to come together as a unit? Who the hell knows?

Wait, what were you complaining about?

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Posted 09 March 2010 - 02:53 PM

How in the hell is anybody supposed to answer that? How long would it take a bunch of overpaid FA's to come together as a unit? Who the hell knows?

Wait, what were you complaining about?


nothing. just concerned. i worry about our young guys working together at first. vets know the tricks of the trade from years in the trenches. they can sniff out stunts and screens and delays. they are less likely to overpursue, they know what time they need to put in the film room and other areas to make things work, in game adjustment, leadership.

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Posted 09 March 2010 - 05:40 PM

nothing. just concerned. i worry about our young guys working together at first. vets know the tricks of the trade from years in the trenches. they can sniff out stunts and screens and delays. they are less likely to overpursue, they know what time they need to put in the film room and other areas to make things work, in game adjustment, leadership.


People don't remeber that Buckner was that kind of guy he would call all line assignment and let Rucker, Pep, and Jenk know about screens and snap counts. We don't have that right now and it would be easy too have Kept Lewis too help these guys get the system and teach some tricks of the trade. We don't have that right now.