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Panthers' Brandon LaFell targeting No. 2 job

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i can't remember if i piled any crap on him about him dropping passes early on but i wouldn't be surprised if i did.

what's important is that he's been stepping up in a big way and keeps on getting better.

i'm a fan.

I just figured if I hadn't ate my crow for talking trash yet, I might as well do it now.

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That's the beauty of progression. LaFell is a solid WR, #3 borderline #2 material. If his production goes up like it has been, he's the definite possession receiver we need. Moose 2.0.

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I just figured if I hadn't ate my crow for talking trash yet, I might as well do it now.

smoke it long enough and it shouldn't taste too bad. agreed that it's better to get it over with.

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smoke it long enough and it shouldn't taste too bad. agreed that it's better to get it over with.

I might troll sometimes but I've actually got class unlike a few of the posters here

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A healthy Gettis will do nothing but make LaFell better. Hope Gettis is looking good in OTA's...

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The guys on NFLN was giving LaFell props...They feel he just might be the darkhorse of this team...

So, watch out..

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