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Poll: Should we have let D-will walk (125 member(s) have cast votes)

Should we have let Deangelo Williams leave via free agency last year?

  1. yes (19 votes [15.20%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 15.20%

  2. Voted no (106 votes [84.80%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 84.80%

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#16 CRA

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 06:20 PM

and what will the yes crowd being saying if Stewart walks?

this thread will be bumped after this season.....when Williams sees the field less than Stewart AGAIN and becomes the unquestioned best RB on the roster....

All these "yes" votes are going to flip their poo.

But people don't want to acknowledge that possible reality...

#17 Panthro

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 06:48 PM

Where's the option to vote for - A contract offer on par for a 29 year old RB who splits carries, ended the two previous years on IR, and is a 2 down back

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 06:50 PM

Where's the option to vote for - A contract offer on par for a 29 year old RB who splits carries, ended the two previous years on IR, and is a 2 down back

Blasphemy!!!! He answers fan question on live stream you fool!

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 06:56 PM

and what will the yes crowd being saying if Stewart walks?

this thread will be bumped after this season.....when Williams sees the field less than Stewart AGAIN and becomes the unquestioned best RB on the roster....

All these "yes" votes are going to flip their poo.

But people don't want to acknowledge that possible reality...

Teh d-willz is gonnas take teh paycut, tehys best friendz!!!

#20 pantherclaw

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 06:59 PM

and what will the yes crowd being saying if Stewart walks?

this thread will be bumped after this season.....when Williams sees the field less than Stewart AGAIN and becomes the unquestioned best RB on the roster....

All these "yes" votes are going to flip their poo.

But people don't want to acknowledge that possible

Stewart is my favorite. Has always been my favorite. Love his athletic ability, along with his punishing running style. so much more fun to watch then williams.

what's that got to do witb williams getting his money?
nothing cept you want something else to stand on as you continue to argue the bad side of this debate.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 07:01 PM

Stewart is my favorite. Has always been my favorite. Love his athletic ability, along with his punishing running style. so much more fun to watch then williams.

what's that got to do witb williams getting his money?
nothing cept you want something else to stand on as you continue to argue the bad side of this debate.


Again, if Stewart walks after this year....after a season where the trend continues and he separates himself more as the best RB for this team....

Should we of paid Williams?

Simple question....And a very realistic possibility



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Posted 17 July 2012 - 07:03 PM

Stewart is my favorite. Has always been my favorite. Love his athletic ability, along with his punishing running style. so much more fun to watch then williams.

what's that got to do witb williams getting his money?
nothing cept you want something else to stand on as you continue to argue the bad side of this debate.


i think what he's getting at is williams's contract raised the cost to keep stewart.

i don't think people realize that the starting price to keep stewart in carolina is what the panthers gave williams.

had they not jumped headfirst into a empty pool to keep williams, the odds of stewart staying would be very good.

#23 CRA

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 07:08 PM

i think what he's getting at is williams's contract raised the cost to keep stewart.

i don't think people realize that the starting price to keep stewart in carolina is what the panthers gave williams.

had they not jumped headfirst into a empty pool to keep williams, the odds of stewart staying would be very good.


Winner winner chicken dinner

But it is easier just to paint me as a blind Williams hater. Ignoring what Carolina did sets the table for a great RB in his prime to walk....leaving us with a 30 yr old RB (who while is a great pure runner) just doesn't fit ideally what we do.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 07:43 PM

I voted no because as a homer panther fan, my head's in the sand



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Posted 17 July 2012 - 08:15 PM

Again, if Stewart walks after this year....after a season where the trend continues and he separates himsIelf more as the best RB for this team....

Should we of paid Williams?

Simple question....And a very realistic possibility

I have zero problems with Williams contract.
I have zero problems witb Stewart getting paid also.
williams contract isn't going to prevent the Panthers from signing Stewart.
The Panthers have the cap room to sign Stew now. I doubt they will at this point. They will probably wait until during the season to do so, but it wouldn't surprise me if they got something done before the season starts.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 08:18 PM

i think what he's getting at is williams's contract raised the cost to keep stewart.

i don't think people realize that the starting price to keep stewart in carolina is what the panthers gave williams.

had they not jumped headfirst into a empty pool to keep williams, the odds of stewart staying would be very good.

i have no problems with stew getting paid. the odds are not any worse, dispite what you doom predictors think.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 08:21 PM

williams contract isn't going to prevent the Panthers from signing Stewart.
The Panthers have the cap room to sign Stew now.


IDK why this is beyond some peoples grasp?! If they want to keep Stew, they will pay the man. Simple as that.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 08:23 PM

I have zero problems with Williams contract.
I have zero problems witb Stewart getting paid also.
williams contract isn't going to prevent the Panthers from signing Stewart.
The Panthers have the cap room to sign Stew now. I doubt they will at this point. They will probably wait until during the season to do so, but it wouldn't surprise me if they got something done before the season starts.


You do realize you didn't answer the question....so I will ask again...

If Stewart walks....and again the trend continues of him separating himself as the best overall RB in Carolina...(Realistic possibility). Should we of given Williams that deal?




And as a side note to your statements...all reports say Stewart has refused contract talks. He isn't going to allow them to give him an extension now...he is setting the stage for a big payday and Carolina can start talking with the deal they gave Wiliams when he opens talks

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 08:28 PM

If Stewart walks its because the Panthers didn't think he was a priority...not because D-lo got paid. Again there's enough money for a deal now. Then we'll have two top paid RBs and you'll get to whine about it for a few more years. Win/win for everyone.

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 08:30 PM

IDK why this is beyond some peoples grasp?! If they want to keep Stew, they will pay the man. Simple as that.


Do the math....project Stewart with a slighty better deal than Williams.

Also, with additional math factor in Tolbert and Cam's production on the ground.

Then look at what we are paying for vs the rest of the league




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