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King Taharqa

Carolina Panthers are a One Man Show

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Need proof?

Look at this forum.

10 threads strictly about Cam on the 1st page of this forum.

Very little discussion about Hardy, CJ, Keek, and the "pro bowl" defense after that was the buzz last week

Very little if any discussion about #89

Very little if any discussion about our RBs double trouble

Very little if any discussion about the other phases of our game.

Thank you Cam-haters, and Panther fans. The transformation is complete. This is finally Cam's team, Cam's franchise. And when you think Panthers you no longer think JR, you think Cam. Once we get a real GM, a real line that belongs to Cam, and a defense and fans that doesnt think "solid"=great, we're well on our way.

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When it wasn't Cam it was Clausen. When it wasn't Clausen it was Moore. When it wasn't Moore it was Delhomme.

Quarterbacks are the focal point of the team and it's just natural for them to receive the majority of attention, especially when things are going wrong.

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Those guys were never one man shows, never made our other offensive players irrelevant. I dont remember Clausen having any national endorsments

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Wait, a losing team is talking about the QB?

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I dont remember Clausen having any national endorsments

Are you defining one man show as having the most endorsements?

I thought we were talking football.

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Are you defining one man show as having the most endorsements?

I thought we were talking football.

He means where the national media is crowning Cam as the future, which was quite often last year.

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He means where the national media is crowning Cam as the future, which was quite often last year.

Oh. Ok.

I prefer wins and results.

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Greg Olsen is the best offensive player on this team, so sure..

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Greg Olsen is the best offensive player on this team, so sure..

Its still Smitty I think.

Smitty on Offense

Luke on Defense.

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