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(Last Year) How ignoring the wide receiver position could doom the Carolina Panthers

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I don't think we're all that bad at the WR position. There's no way we can judge them by what happened last year. Give them a good WR coach and a QB that can get the ball to them then we can judge them fairly.

Oh wait. I just took time to read the article. Its old!

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no sh*t, really?

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It makes me long to read a TCF post

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this is an OLD article

could zog please change the post count to 200 before newbies can make a new thread?

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The only thing doomed is this guy's career. He thinks Fox is still with the team and I guess Greg Olsen or shockey aren't good receivers.

Then he says we need a #2 to take pressure off of the #1 but even if one of the 2nd year guys pans out that we would then need ANOTHER #3 wide receiver to take pressure off of the #2.

Dumb dumb article, does it even mention Steve smith? sounds like he doesn't even think Smith is on the team. Who writes this trash?

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Having no experience at wide receiver is going to not only damage the Panthers for 2010, but for years moving forward. What type of damage is this doing to franchise quarterback Jimmy Clausen?

uh, what?

I can only, hopefully, assume this is a typo...

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lol "Jon" Fox.

Who in the hell does he think he is?

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Having no experience at wide receiver

Ever heard of fuging steve Smith? And adding a VET would only cause Edwards, Lafell, and Gettis to have less playing time on the field. This isn't fuging foxball this is the 'Rivera' and things are changing.

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Horrible and outdated. Get this poo outta here.

Wow they uploaded an article a year late, that's why it's so terrible

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I don't know if I'm in the minority, but I think our WRs will end up being one of our strong suits. I expect Smitty to bounce back without pickles panicking in the pocket and I think Gettis is a star in the making. I know sophomore slumps aren't uncommon, but I expect him to blow up this year. With the TE's we have in place their will be room to roam for the WRs.

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