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Who would have thought that we should have held on to Fox. Hindsight is a *$#@#

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Even 89 who loves Foxy the most took a shot at him last season about the offense. But does that say anything about Smitty hating him? No!

Bet 89 rather have Foxy than Rivera anyday.

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Who would have thought that we should have held on to Fox. Hindsight is a *$#@#

Letting him go was the correct decision.

The hiring of Chico, no so much.

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I like to think Carolina would have been like the superbowl team.

Only now you have Cam fugging Newton.

We will never know

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I like to think Carolina would have been like the superbowl team.

Only now you have Cam fugging Newton.

We will never know

You jumping off the wagon this early bc of poor coaches and development to a young talented QB? Shame on you.

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Exactly and when you can put up a reasonable debate, you attack the person. Typical Bwood. No wonders people hates you so much on here. I thought I was hated. Not as much as you.

Hahaha! I'd really like to see a vote on that. You just don't listen chuck, you don't understand things, you always have some BS to come back with. I don't like to waste my time like that anymore, this isn't my life.

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I mean yea I bet the players who played for Fox miss him. The team was way better when he was coach. I think the 2010 Panthers would beat the 2012 Panthers if Matt Moore QB'ed the 2010 squad.

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I will take 3 playoff berths, two division titles, a super bowl appearance and two NFC championship games over retard Ron any day of the week and twice on Sunday. Some people on this forum wouldn't know a good coach if it smacked them right in the face. Fox had a great run here but all you ever hear from forum retards is "derp, derp 7-9, derp, derp 8-8, derp, derp win 6 of last 7 to finish at .500." I think before 2009 or 10 we had the second most wins among NFC teams during Fox's tenure behind only the eagles. Since Jerry made the horrible decision to throw 2010 away and then compounded problems by hiring Ron this franchise has been nothing but pure poo. Yeah I'd take fox back.

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I wonder if JR would have stuck behind Fox and got rid of Marty, would we have been better off now?

I think Marty was a big problem, I wonder how much personnel decisions did Fox have when it came to drafting players.

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I dont miss Fox at all. That ship has sailed and his loyalty towards veterans and the lack of adjusting just killed what was some very talented teams we had. Now he has Peyton and suddenly we all miss him?

ha no thanks.

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