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I am absolutly torn on this decision. Do I want Green and Gettis lining up on the outside with Smith in the slot or a D-Line of Johnson-Fairley-FA(Seymour/Cofield/Mebane)-Hardy. I do not think you could go wrong with either but who is the rest of the huddle pulling for?

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Green. I really like Fairley but Green has shown it his entire college career. Fairley has only had the one year as a starter, even though it was a really dominant one. I'd feel a lot safer with A.J., plus it wins us points with hippies.

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I am absolutly torn on this decision. Do I want Green and Gettis lining up on the outside with Smith in the slot or a D-Line of Johnson-Fairley-FA(Seymour/Cofield/Mebane)-Hardy. I do not think you could go wrong with either but who is the rest of the huddle pulling for?

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the one who can potentially score touchdowns. you know, the thing we were last place in.

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Roll up that Green!

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I'm gonna start a new poll on if I should start another AJ Green Thread or Nick Fairly Thread.

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we already have a some things going on defense . panthers fans everywhere knows the offense sucks baddddddd.. They need a super star that can take over after steve smith is gone ...please git that man another pair of hands on the field that can catch . With the w.r. That we got from last years draft panthers will be stacked with good w.r. For the 3 drafts even more so if the A. Edwards thing works out ...

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I think it's smart to fix what will take less time to fix first. Having one side of the ball very dominant gives the other time to catch up.

Figure out which is which.

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