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Beason needs to sit out the rest of this season

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I have watched this week's and last week's game 3 times off of the DVR. I am no genius, but Beast is worthless. Maybe next year. The U can't jump...or run...or tackle. He needs to sit down and let Keek take the Mike. We r looking at 5-11.

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I have watched this week's and last week's game 3 times off of the DVR. I am no genius, but Beast is worthless. Maybe next year. The U can't jump...or run...or tackle. He needs to sit down and let Keek take the Mike. We r looking at 5-11.

Who plays the will?

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Who plays the will?

TD and Beason do it by committee. Beason still needs reps to work himself back.

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Everybody except Keek and Anderson were worthless on TNF.

The Beast sewed the game up against the Falcons.

I am not ready to turn on the beast. He is still working his way back to his former glory. The only way he is going to do that is to play.

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TD and Beason do it by committee. Beason still needs reps to work himself back.

I can see that but is Keek ready to call the defensive plays and audibles?

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I can see that but is Keek ready to call the defensive plays and audibles?

Beason says he is like an old soul at LB. Luke has a high football IQ....

Don't see why Luke can't do what Beason did when he was a rookie. Beason took over about this time

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I can see that but is Keek ready to call the defensive plays and audibles?

Beason can do it at the will. We weren't using him in the nickle anyway after a certain point. It was Anderson and TD.

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i agree. he is looking bad out there.

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I cannot for the life of me figure out why we insist on pulling Kuechly out for pass downs. His pass defense ability is very good, but no, he has to watch on the sidelines.

Sure he might make a few mistakes, but so are Beason and Norman (a 5th rounder who plays every down). Yet the 9th pick spends most of the game on the sideline. It is mind-boggling.

Put Luke in the middle and Beason can play in rotation with Davis and Anderson.

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feel free to sit out from the huddle for the rest of the season

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