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Seriously, how good with Cam be

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Seriously, how good would Cam be without Smitty on the field in his rookie season? I'm just saying as awesome as Cam has been, what a gift he has in Smitty. Long term his talent is just too good not to stand out, but without Smitty on the field in his rookie year, things likely would be much different for Cam and the Panthers. Thank God we didn't trade him.

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I don't know how good with Cam be. ;)

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what happened to that 100 post rule?

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How good would Steve Smith be without a QB that can get him the ball? See 2009 and 2010 season for answer.

Both are thankful for each other.

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Makes me me wonder why any one of the other receivers hasn't stepped up yet. Future superstar QB a receiver winding down...:lol: perfect set up for a young receiver to become Cam's future number one or number two and he probably is not on the team yet. smh

Didn't forget about Gettis, but....

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if you find out then let me know the lotto number for next week!

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how good would cam be if he could bend time and space and revert our players to younger ages?!

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