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Kuechly = better defense

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On the positive side of today's loss the defense has improved drastically over the last couple weeks with Kuechly at mlb. he is a tackling machine and practically neutralized forte single-handedly after that first td. we have a new leader of this defense.

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Kuechly is legit.

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yes but not as much as CJ/AJ @ DE and Hardy @ DT!!

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It's nice to have a positive topic on this board...

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Agreed. NFL star in the making...

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False?

jk, yeah he had a rough first half overpursuing runs, but he did make some good plays in the 2nd half against the run.

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We just need to score on our first round picks every year until we get a complete team.

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He led the team with 10 tackles. 1 for a loss.

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