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Mr. Scot

WFNZ is staffed by idiots

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I realize this is not news, but the current on-air twit is suggesting the Panthers should trade Jonathan Stewart to the Redskins for DeAngelo Hall.

I swear, lstening to these guys kills brain cells.

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DeAngelo Hall is still one of my most hated players in the league. Also, I believe Hurney when he says there is a 0% change that Stewart is traded.

As for WFNZ, I don't know who said that, but I really like The Mac Attack. Knoxville Sports Talk Radio is worse than awful. I listen online to Mac every morning because he runs a great show.

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Was it not just a caller or email?

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The Drive is on right now right? Are you sure Taylor Zarzour said that? He's usually the smartest one at the station.

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Yep. It was his idea.

Jake Delhomme is gonna be on at 6pm. Maybe they can ask him about Hall's tackling skills.

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I think he succeeded in getting a response.

Delhomme!

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I heard it too. I also listen online. Usually just to mac, but with camp going on I'm listening to more.

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Its not that bad. The Mac Attack is good. Brett Jensen is meh. Frank Garcia knows football, but dude can't get anyones name right for the life of him. I like the Drive better actually than I liked Prime Time w/ Pac Man. Taylor knows his stuff and Mark is ok.

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D. Hall is a good coner. Takes chances, but he's good for at least 2 game winning ints per season.

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What? GTFOH

I know they didn't say no dumb ish like that

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