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Which Game Would We Have Won Last Season With Kuechly?

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A 6'2, 235 midget would be able to handle Peterson?

6'3 242lbs

6'2 235lbs

6'0 237lbs

6'0 240lbs

Which one is Kuechly? Don't worry I'll wait.

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6'3 242lbs

6'2 235lbs

6'0 237lbs

6'0 240lbs

Which one is Kuechly? Don't worry I'll wait.

I'll answer for him. Luke is our biggest LB and hasn't even been part of a NFL strength program. More muscle is coming

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It's not a cop out when the argument presented is void of any resemblance of critical thinking skills.

I'm not adressing that argument only the statement I quoted. It's not the first time I have seen it.

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Which game do we win with Cox?

It is impossible to say which game do we win with ____ ....a player that has NEVER stepped foot on an NFL field.

this.

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could easily have been several. how many games did we lose by a slim margin? keuchly would've easily been the best LB on the field last season. one interception or pass deflection could've made the difference between game-winning points and a chance for our offense to come out on the field and finish the game.

keuchly will be a game-changer when he's on the field and eventually you'll get on board with it and rue this idiotic thread.

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Edwards is back and McClain and Fua have a year's worth of experience and their first offseason program.

Safety competition has been brought in for Martin.

Hogan is preparing for his first full season.

If Kuechly hadn't been the pick, who would they have played when Davis got hurt again and/or Beason wasn't back at 100%?

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Which games would we have won without Olindo Mare?

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SMF knows more about our D and its needs than Rivera.

Lol

And apparently so do dozens of others. I don't get why this is so complicated for some people. Maybe they have to feel angry or sad in order to feel normal. They might as well jump on an early "Fire Riveria" bandwagon.

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6'3 242lbs

6'2 235lbs

6'0 237lbs

6'0 240lbs

Which one is Kuechly? Don't worry I'll wait.

Isn't funny how people try to change facts like size and weight in order to make their poor opinions sound just slightly better?

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Do you realize how retarded it is to pull the whole "lol at this message board guy that thinks he knows more than the coach" on a message board? And considering Rivera's timeout debacle vs. the Saints, there's a chance I might know more regardless.

And if we had had Fletcher Cox or Another secondary baller, you can bet your ass we would have had at least another win.

Wow, a horrible post that actually made me laugh. I'll even do the ole "lol" for all your preteen females out there.

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Rivera knows what he has on the team. This guy is a beast, he's not "small" are you crazy? Are we really complaining about drafting a player that is compared to Urlacher? I've seen Urlacher take over a game/make game changing plays many times over the years. Considering the tackling on this team last year, I think having the best tackler in the NCAA the last 3 years was a pretty good bet.

This guy has had 2 #1 defenses, with 2 different teams, in 2 different schemes, I think he knows a little about defense. I think Rivera likes some of these guys who got some playing time last year. With a FULL offseason he probably has a plan on making everyone gel together.

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