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speedy233

Terrol Pryor the future in carolina

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im saying matt moore is good and he does good so we can trade him for a early second and mostly like we will have 8-8 season so we will have pick 16 and get michael floyd a big fast 6'3 reciever from notre dam who average 27.5per catch as a sophomore in 2009 before his he broke his collarbone.and early second round grab terrel pryor and rest of rounds work on defense and o-line and in mini camp let terrel, jimmy, and tony battle it out for the starting job

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"Hey guys, I don't have faith in Matt Moore, but he's good enough to trade for a second-round pick."

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Putting faith in a QB that uses his legs more than his arm and head is nearly the same as buying a new car because of it's radio.

It's a perk. Nothing more, nothing less.

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Putting faith in a QB that uses his legs more than his arm and head is nearly the same as buying a new car because of it's radio.

It's a perk. Nothing more, nothing less.

I am not a Pryor fan by any means at all but he is showing flashes in the passing game and he definitely running less this season. He only ran a lot against Miami because the ball was wet and they were trying to kill the clock.

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