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The cheapness actually started last offseason, not this year.

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The cheapness actually started last offseason, not this year.

When they franshised Peppers and extended Delhomme's contract?

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I'm not use to reading all this negative talk about the "Big Cat". Not really sure how I feel about all that's been written but I was at the game today and it was painful. I do feel we will be a decent team by the end of the year. It will be to little to late like Fox is famous for but it will happen.

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When they franshised Peppers and extended Delhomme's contract?

That's just called being stupid.(extending Delhomme)

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That's just called being stupid.(extending Delhomme)

But the argument wasnt about stupidity, it was on frugality. Those two moves suggest that JR was not cheap last offseason.

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But the argument wasnt about stupidity, it was on frugality. Those two moves suggest that JR was not cheap last offseason.

His money mismanagement last year certainly could be a reason he is pinching this season. Either way it's a blunder that has set this team back.(hopefully ONLY for this 1 season).

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They didn't upgrade a single position in the offseason last year. Our most notable free agent signee all offseason/season long was Hollis Thomas if that tells you anything.

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The old geezer will die a loser.

Might as well posts on the Colts board from now on. Don't come back, ever! that includes when the Panthers turn out to be good again. Front runners aren't worth it.

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They didn't upgrade a single position in the offseason last year. Our most notable free agent signee all offseason/season long was Hollis Thomas if that tells you anything.

But if JR was cheap last offseason why give Peppers such a big on year deal and give Delhomme the extra cash?

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The lame duck coach year should have been a neon sign of a trash season, really.

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