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Another hypothetical question: would it be easier to score on this defense as a WR or RB?

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Ok, so if you could get a starting spot on another teams offense and had the opportunity to play against the Panthers, what position do you think you could score with? Assuming your body is in its current, flabby ;) shape, could you score on the Panthers, if so, how?

I think I could score as a RB if my team was in the red zone, on the 15 yard line....right up the middle!

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What is this poo?

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I could score in every phase of the game

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Considering my body type, I think I would throw a flutie-bomb over haruki's turned around ass.

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I scored sunday morning while the defender had her back turned.

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WR. Beat Norman's press then run past Nakamura for the 70 yard TD.

I want no part of Thomas Davis and Kuechly.

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A Center could recover a fumble in the end zone on this defense

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WR. I'd just tell my QB to run the slant with me on Norman or Captain. Rivera wouldn't be able to adjust.

Like Cary Kollins said, though, I want no parts of a possible meeting with Thomas Davis.

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