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Kuechly may be the best defensive player on the team already.

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I want to agree with you, but I'm curbing my enthusiasm until we see if he can shut down Jimmy Graham in week 2.

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Dude was on pace for 20 tackles last night lol Friggin beast.

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He is stacked with talent and instinct. We just need a safety and a pass rusher

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Two plays in particular made me giddy like a little girl... The way he sniffed out that screen and the way he filled that gap on one of their running plays was just pure awesome. He's always around the ball...

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I want to agree with you, but I'm curbing my enthusiasm until we see if he can shut down Jimmy Graham in week 2.

No one can shut down JGraham

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that play where he got shook by (i think) shonn greene, got back up and still made the tackle behind the LOS was cool

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I hate to be that guy... Wait a minute, no I don't. But, I told you all so, TWO YEARS IN A ROW on these draft picks.

There is something very, very, very special about Kuechly. He has game-changing ability on the defensive side of the ball and he has made our run defense all we could ask for.

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I want to agree with you, but I'm curbing my enthusiasm until we see if he can shut down Jimmy Graham in week 2.

No one can stop Graham. If he can be contained that is impressive.

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