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Per Yasinskas: Quarterback Competition?

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From the NFC South Blog:

As we look back on the first round of preseason games and think about what’s happened so far in camps, here are five random thoughts on the NFC South.

My initial take on the Carolina quarterbacks was that Matt Moore looked average the other night and Jimmy Clausen looked pretty good. The vibe I’m getting out of Carolina right now is the Panthers think Clausen looked even better than I thought. This might be a little more competitive a situation than originally thought.

http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth

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lol its the first preseason game and clausen played against the 2s....jeez

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Yas is an idiot. Yas is the guy who went on and on and on and on.....telling everyone we didn't want to see Matt Moore replace Jake no matter how bad it was.

All these guys have there own bias when they write. There ain't no QB competition in Carolina. At least not for the starting job heading into the season.

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The vibe I’m getting out of Carolina right now is the Panthers think Clausen looked even better than I thought.

I'd like to know where he's getting his vibes.

That's what she said!

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I'd like to know where he's getting his vibes.

That's what she said!

lol

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I'll be shocked if Clausen starts.. the kid should sit at least a year, if not 2-3..

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While I wouldn't doubt that the FO thought Clausen looked really good, because he did, I don't think there is any QB controversy brewing unless Moore starts throwing picks all over the place.

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