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#46 Future Of The Franchise

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 04:21 AM

I know they are two different types of backs, but if Tolbert comes in then I believe Goodson and Williams are out.I love D-Will and Goody, but Tolbert's style is a good way to keep tread on J-Stew. While Stew and Tolb both can pound it up the middle John has the ability and speed to kick it outside and break the big one. Plus he's still young and has some mileage on him before the wheels fall off. Mike can keep pounding it while spelling Stew. Stewy and Tolby for the next 3 yrs. That's just what I see. Second rnd pick for Williams and I don't even know what to call Goody on. I'd like to at least get a 5th. The guy has sooooooo much potential. I don't know. I'm drunk and kinda like fug it right now. Just saw this thread title and decided to share my thoughts,

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 07:29 AM

Trade Stewart and next years first to Cleveland to move up and draft Claiborne?? possibility.


bruh....what are you thinking! it's a 50% he'd fall to us anyway and besides Stewart is the best back we have! He' is solid and the last thing I'd want to see is him somewhere else in our division. Besides he goes to my church. So I'd rather trade you for a 3rd. hahaha just kidding but NO!

#48 panthers55

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 08:36 AM

Tolbert will likely sign with Pittsburgh. He is not that productive gaining 3 yards a carry, is primarily a short yardage back and is looking for around 2 million a year. We won't do that when Stewart is a lot more productive and we have no issues with 3rd down conversions with Cam and Stewart as runners. Even if we weren't resigning Stewart or letting Williams go after this year, we could easily find someone in the draft to replace him. If we do sign him it likely means that Goodson is not coming back.

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 08:41 AM

If Tolbert is looking for 2 million a year, then we shouldnt be talking about trading DWill and Stewart. Tolbert would be insurance incase Stew bolts after next season.

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 03:57 PM

Talking about this over at an inferior site.

Rumor was maybe the Browns for their 22nd. In that case pull the trigger while you can. We would take a small hit at a position of major strength to upgrade at a huge weakness. Could you imagine drafting both Ingram and Cox....

#51 Brokenbad

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 04:03 PM

Oh brother

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 04:04 PM

Could be signing Tolbert to play FB?

I don't know how much bonus money is left on DeAngelo's contract, but I suspect it's too much for us to want to pay a cap penalty on.

I have a hard time believing we'd be interested in trading Stew while we sign Tolbert.

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 04:08 PM

Tolbert is a great power back and I think he had 12 TDs two years ago. A lot of you were worried about Cam taking a shot on these goal line TDs. Adding someone like Tolbert as a short yardage specialist would be great if it isn't going to cost us much. And he's a former Charger...

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 04:44 PM

Tolbert will likely sign with Pittsburgh. He is not that productive gaining 3 yards a carry, is primarily a short yardage back and is looking for around 2 million a year. We won't do that when Stewart is a lot more productive and we have no issues with 3rd down conversions with Cam and Stewart as runners. Even if we weren't resigning Stewart or letting Williams go after this year, we could easily find someone in the draft to replace him. If we do sign him it likely means that Goodson is not coming back.

Tolbert wasn't used last season as a short yardage RB.

Shortage and goal line runners didn't have 54 receptions in 2011. Tolbert had more receptions, rec yards, rec TDs than Stewart last year. You really can't sign Tolbert and keep Double Trouble....would be retarded combo.

If they sign Tolbert I would think it would be they are splitting up Double Trouble....he isn't a Goodson replacement

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 04:49 PM

Lordy, the ridiculous amount of panic-induced speculation and nonsense in this thread is laughable.

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 05:55 PM

For the last time. Stewy is going to get paid. By the Panthers. They are not going to let him leave. You can believe that or not. I cannot stop you from being impracticle.

The DWill crowd will use any opening to sound off against him. And the Stewy followers jump in with their he is the better back, he should stay rhetoric. Neither side is going to convince the other. Never knowing they both are wrong. Double Trouble will be together for at least 2-3 more years. DWill has a Panther freindly contract. And Stewy will get what he deserves as well. Like it or not. That is the Panther way. The powers that be LOVE having Double Trouble.

Unless someone makes us an offer we cannot refuse. Then I take it all back. And GOOOO CATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!


#57 stirs

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 06:02 PM

Think Cap Trouble, not Double Trouble if you try to sign both.

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 06:08 PM

Whats up wit all these Stewart lovers?? He's good but he's not better than DWill. Behind Cam and Smitty, DWill is our 3rd biggest playmaker on our offense.

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 06:16 PM

I swear I made a thread or a post saying trade Stew for a 1st maybe 2 years ago. And I dont even wanna talk about the reactions

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 06:21 PM

I swear I made a thread or a post saying trade Stew for a 1st maybe 2 years ago. And I dont even wanna talk about the reactions


I understand. I have taken quite a beating over the last year or so doing the same thing. I would actually lose hope for our organization if they continue their shortsighted ways. If they try to sign Stewart, which I think they will not since he was not extended, I would question their commitment to winning.


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