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Kuechly severly overrated

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Rip Saw    63

kuechly could turn into lawrence taylor and there would still be overwhelming evidence to can hurney. let's leave him out of this.

I been editing my statement a bit - ymmv but I think a couple years from now well see hurney hit a home run on this one espeacially in light of our 2 gimp starting lb's

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C47    1,395

We should be able to vote people off the forum.

"You sir are the weakest link...."

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According to NCAA stats Nick Clancy of Boston College is the nation's top tackler averaging 14.3 per game in which Kuechly was the NCAA leading tackler for three straight seasons . Hurney blew it. Panthro was right......

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Damn idiot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Cape Fear Cat    305

Btw Kuechly is a -9.3 in coverage according to PFF, so much for him being a coverage linebacker.

Kuechly is also the football equivalent of a kitten whose eyes still haven't opened yet. Geez, guys, have we all been spoiled by too much microwave popcorn? Take a step back and a deep breath. Back before the culture of instant gratification became ingrained in all of us (and at times I'm as bad as anybody), we understood that there's a learning curve. If we get anything good out of a rookie in his first year, that's a bonus, because usually the whole inaugural year is a crap shoot. It was that way with just about all of our guys, including TD, Beast, Gross, and Kalil (to my recollection, at least). Give Keek time to grow into the NFL.

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Kuechly is also the football equivalent of a kitten whose eyes still haven't opened yet. Geez, guys, have we all been spoiled by too much microwave popcorn? Take a step back and a deep breath. Back before the culture of instant gratification became ingrained in all of us (and at times I'm as bad as anybody), we understood that there's a learning curve. If we get anything good out of a rookie in his first year, that's a bonus, because usually the whole inaugural year is a crap shoot. It was that way with just about all of our guys, including TD, Beast, Gross, and Kalil (to my recollection, at least). Give Keek time to grow into the NFL.

To be fair, LB is the easiest position on defense for rookies to make an impact at and he was widely touted as the DROY favorite. Some angst is understandable.

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