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CJ and The Krakken

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Hardy 300 lbs runs a 4.7

Colliding with

Jackson 180 lbs

Unstoppable force meeting a moveable, more fragile object = crushed torso / ribs / psyche

i want to see more of that.

more devastation, please.

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i'm trying to get my daughter to say "release the krakan" every time she sees #76 in a panthers jersey. she thinks i'm a moron. probably right, but at 5 years old you'd think she thought it was at least funny and want to do it. nope.

i doubt she even knows what a krakan is. kids these days, i tell ya.

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Hardy and Johnson both came around during their third seasons. It usually takes a DE longer. Johnson (3rd rounder) and Hardy (6th rounder) and Alexander (4th rounder) are a few of our best draft picks.

By 2014, Alexander will be beasting.

We are OK at DE. I even think Keiser will be good with a new coach.

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I met hardy out once. Shook hands with the guy an I thought he was gonna pull my arm out of socket

Cool story I know

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i'm trying to get my daughter to say "release the krakan" every time she sees #76 in a panthers jersey. she thinks i'm a moron. probably right, but at 5 years old you'd think she thought it was at least funny and want to do it. nope.

i doubt she even knows what a krakan is. kids these days, i tell ya.

You have a 5 year old daughter? Stop spending 12 hours a day on an internet forum.

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lol don't tell me what to do.

my daughter's in kindergarten.

i work from home. self employed. i don't have to spend much time actually working but i do need to be near a computer a lot of the day. it's not a big deal.

when she gets home i'm usually spending time with her and my wife.

in fact she just got home so.....bye.

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No doubt Hardy has been playing great. I want to see it sustained for multiple years though. There are too many DEs that flash for a year but fizzle out and never earn the big money they end up getting. But there's the catch 22 - if he keeps it up we won't be able to afford him. Pass rushing 4-3 DEs simply demand too much money and a team can only afford one without severely neglecting other positions. Just look at our team now...top tier talent at a few positions don't make up for the scrubs everywhere else.

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did anyone see hardy's comments on breaking desean jackson's ribs (that got him put on IR)?

love it. not buying that he's not trying to hurt anyone. the guy looks like he's trying to flat out destroy anyone on the other side of the ball.

Kraken was pissed-off when he hit Desean.......

that play was right after he blew up the TE screen and drew a personal foul.

which was awsome.

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I'm curious to see how well they play the rest of the year with Ron Edwards on IR.

Upon rewatching the games I find Dwan is getting doubled far more than Ron was, so I don't know that the DE's should see much of a drop off as a result of his going to IR.

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I don't know why the fug I constantly see Hardy in on special teams returns. We just punted the ball and our defense is about to get on the field. Lets have our stud DE run the length of the field in a wind sprint so he is nice and tired on first down. If they didnt have Hardy playing punt returns, he'd have even better stats, there is no doubt in my mind. the misuse of talent on this team is mind-boggling. SMDH.

On a happy note, Hardy is usually the first one down there. He doesn't line up as the gunner but beats them down the field at 6'4" 295lbs. That's all man right there.

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