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Who do you side with in the John Fox vs. Jerry Richardson war?

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I despise both, but what Jerry Richardson is doing is way more egregious than just stupid decisions by Fox.

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No brainer, JR will be here next year.

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I'm in favor of fragging the command post and starting over.

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JR because I believe he is ultimately working toward the future of this franchise by dumping huge contracts when he can, and creating a ton of cap room for when there will be a new CBA and a huge talent pool in free agency. The only thing he has done that has ticked me off is by not openly admitting that to his fans.

Fox is just acting childish at this point with all of his comments and actions directed at spiting the organization. The sooner he's gone, the better.

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Who took the monetary risk of giving Carolina a home team... that's right... Who has the best biscuits ever... that's right..

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If you dispise the owner, how can you even call yourself a fan?

If that is the case, go find yourself another team to hate on.

As far as the question...didn't know there was sides to be taken. Richardson can and will run HIS team how he wants. If ya can't accept that. Then leave.

Fox is doing what he can with the cards he was dealt. Obviously the cards are not falling in the way they were inntended.

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I despise both, but what Jerry Richardson is doing is way more egregious than just stupid decisions by Fox.

This is Jerry Richardson's team I believe. He has a plan but I'm convinced that he let a few too many veterans go.

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i'm a fan of the team and the guy that got us a team here in the first place. coaches and players come and go. my loyalty is to the team.

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