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Frank Alexander/Thomas Keiser > Greg Hardy

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Alexander looked good and was able to bat those two passes down. Hardy looked good too, still don't know why Keiser was out.

Where the fug was the 70 Million Dollar Man?

CJ had a really good 2nd half. Him and Dwan was providing tons of pressure.

Hardy was solid along with Alexander.

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And it actually was Applewhite that started the game not Hardy. Didn't last, he's not as fast as Hardy. I figured Hardy would be coming in when Applewhite couldn't chase down the screen pass in what was I think the Bucs' 3rd play. 2nd half it was like a different mind set, less sitting back and waiting for everybody.

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And it actually was Applewhite that started the game not Hardy. Didn't last, he's not as fast as Hardy. I figured Hardy would be coming in when Applewhite couldn't chase down the screen pass in what was I think the Bucs' 3rd play. 2nd half it was like a different mind set, less sitting back and waiting for everybody.

They were much more of that attacking defense we've been hearing all about in the second half. The whole d-line played really well in the second half, CJ and hardy providing pressure along with dwan

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Dwan Edwards needs his own fuging thread, I don't know WHY that hasn't been done yet.

Exactly.

Dwan was a HUGE addition for this DLine. We actually have a pair of NFL calibre DT's now.

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Hardy had six tackles, two tackles for a loss AND a sack (from the defensive tackle position) in a REAL game.

If he did that for sixteen games he would be ... OK, it won't happen, but W-O-W!

Compare THAT fantasy to last year's pro bowl defensive end stats at your convenience.

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hardy was great... one of the few bright spots.

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Maybe its me, but I didn't understand why Keiser was inactive again. Can someone explain?

If it wasn't an injury, he needs to be activated and A.E needs to be inactive.

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Maybe its me, but I didn't understand why Keiser was inactive again. Can someone explain?

If it wasn't an injury, he needs to be activated and A.E needs to be inactive.

http://www.charlotte...unt-proved.html

INACTIVE THOMAS: When inactive players were announced just before kickoff, second-year defensive end Thomas Keiser was included. The Stanford product had impressed with four sacks in the preseason, but his pass rushing ability was not enough to get him on the active squad.

“It’s numbers and for what we do on special teams,” Rivera said. “We decided to go with an extra linebacker, a guy that plays four phases as opposed to Thomas really only being a two-phase guy. We’ll look at it as we go along through the season and try to get Thomas more and more involved with our special teams. If we can get him to be a four-phase guy, then we’ll have to make decisions.”

Last year, Keiser stayed on the Panthers’ practice squad before getting called up. In eight games, he had four sacks, tied for second-most on the team.

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GTFO

A.E inactive, Keiser active. Take your head out of your ass Rivera

And FIRE Hurney

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Thomas keiser definetly needs to be on the active roster. I thought that was a no brainer.. I guess not

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