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Definition of "It" factor

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There's no 'i' in team, but there is a 'me'.

My old college professor used to say that like once a week. I think he thought he came up with it and wanted it to spread.

Crap.

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Will he have "it" when he has to learn a new playbook next year??
considering the new playbook will hopefully be built around his strengths, i hope so.

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Jack Del-home had the it factor....

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Reporter: "When do you feel you'll own the playbook?"

Clausen: "I already own the playbook."

(His response was very diplomatic after that but I love the confidence)

Anybody can own the "Panthers playbook", no?

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I thought it was a bold statement.

Not arrogant but confident.

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I thought it was a bold statement.

Not arrogant but confident.

It excepted it actually sounded a whole more like this in the interview:

"Do you feel you've really gotten the playbook yet, it can be hard for a rookie sometimes, but do you really feel like you own it?"

"Yeah I feel like I do."

Not saying that Jimmy doesn't have a certain swagger to him..

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how dare he talk to a reporter. he has a game in 5 days. he should be watching game-film 24 hours a day until then.

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He's been all over the media today. They just did a segment on him on Around the Horn...I don't know if he's got "it" but he's got something and what ever it is it's getting the national media interested which in turn gets players (our own and around the league) to notice us and get the fans energized. Lets just hope he can translate this to the field.

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how dare he talk to a reporter. he has a game in 5 days. he should be watching game-film 24 hours a day until then.

I have been advocating for years that Fox and others should be in the film room and not talking to reporters ever during their tenure in the NFL.

Hard Knocks should be done in the Arena League.

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Run, run, pass, and then punt. Yeah I own it to

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