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Luke Kuechly: Your 2012 Training Camp MVP so far

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Doing well in training camp and doing well in games are two totally different things. Not saying he wasn't a great pick up, but let's let him actually do something in a game.

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I think my favorite reason why he would be a bust is that he's white.

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Doing well in training camp and doing well in games are two totally different things. Not saying he wasn't a great pick up, but let's let him actually do something in a game.

Don't be afraid to be excited...it's ok. It's allowed

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I agree with Panthro. Just about everybody liked Luke as a player, even if they preferred someone else. In my case, I thought it would be Cox due to DL needs, but I still liked Luke.

It's not at all like the polarization that we had last year over Cam. We did have some haters then.

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what's coples been doing in camp? haven't heard.

Beasting from early reports.

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The only people that really went to far was the Dan Morgan white linebacker comparisons. Even worse.....the Dan Connor white linebacker comparisons.

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The only people that really went to far was the Dan Morgan white linebacker comparisons. Even worse.....the Dan Connor white linebacker comparisons.

Yeah the Dan Connor comparisons were rahtarded...also remember some people saying he would be a bust like Curry.

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kuechly and beason will rejuvenate the D. anderson will be better too at OLB. he looks ready to go

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I don't think Morgan comparison is too bad given their overall athleticism, tenacity and instincts. Dan was faster, but Luke covers better.

Unless the comparisons were injury related, then I agree it's just st00pid.

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Beasting from early reports.

after i posted that i went and looked and saw the same thing...at least early reports like from mini camp or whatever. there was a lot of talk about him starting. the more recent things, tho, have been quite different. i've seen talk that they now only feel like they can use him situationally mainly because he's just not getting it. he's developing slowly and word is that they have had to work to simplify things for him.

if i think about it or feel like making the effort, i'll post some links and quotes and stuff. or someone else can.

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