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#1 Cam2Ligit2Quit

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 10:25 AM

We are talking about being able to manage grown men not an online madden dynasty team. (If you have worked as an HR or manager you can relate)


most of us act like an expert who can predict the future and can fix all the panthers. We can just sign a blue chip free agent (look at the eagles and redskins)

we can draft the best players (look at New England “past 5 draft classes”, other than their TEs who else is elite). When it comes to drafting (it is a Crab shoot and a whole lots of luck) we have to realize that less than 10 percent of the total draft prospects ever reaches the elite status, and more than half are out of the league before 3 years.

My point is let the front office go through their due process in hiring a qualified GM. We have more talent on this team than some playoff teams have. In my opinion in order for the panthers to gel as a team we need 3 things
  • We need an emotional head coach who can bring the team together by being the face and taking responsibility for the product he puts on the fields and not a 22yrs QB (look at SF, TB, ATL, NO) 49ers before and after Harbaugh, I like how TB coach took responsibility for still playing hard on a knee down, and John Fox took responsibility for The Golden Calf of Bristol and Jake Delhomme mess
  • We need someone who can manage the Cap mess we are in now and deal with contracts
  • We need someone DIFFERENT who is in charge of personal decision
These job duties has to be held my at least 3 different individuals. In my opinion Marty Hurney is a good talent evaluator in the league (if you disagree look at other teams past 5 draft classes) the problem was that he also dealt with contracts and personal decision

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 10:29 AM

nothing like a good crab shoot

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 10:31 AM

the fug?

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 10:32 AM

Q: What if I really am an expert who really does know it all?

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 10:34 AM

How bout we have a little better attitude...be nice when you start a topic...you're likely to get a better response and fewer trolls...the CDF has been enjoying the relaxation...wouldn't want to change that now would we...

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 10:37 AM

How bout we have a little better attitude...be nice when you start a topic...you're likely to get a better response and fewer trolls...the CDF has been enjoying the relaxation...wouldn't want to change that now would we...


did not mean for it to come out as an attack... just asking for an open mind

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 10:37 AM

You lost me at Marty Hurney top talent evaluator.

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 10:41 AM

You lost me at Marty Hurney top talent evaluator.

Fixed the Title
he is a good evaluator its just that he shows too much loyalty to picks an dont know when to walk away.. but we have average about 3 starters per draft class

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 10:44 AM

Fixed the Title
he is a good evaluator its just that he shows too much loyalty to picks an dont know when to walk away.. but we have average about 3 starters per draft class


Problem is 2 out of those 3 aren't starters on any other team

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 11:05 AM

We need an emotional head coach who can bring the team together by being the face and taking responsibility for the product he puts on the fields and not a 22yrs QB (look at SF, TB, ATL, NO) 49ers before and after Harbaugh, I like how TB coach took responsibility for still playing hard on a knee down, and John Fox took responsibility for The Golden Calf of Bristol and Jake Delhomme mess

ok....we don't need an "emotional" HC. we just need a smart one that knows what he's doing. being emo or not is irrelevant.

and did you just use john fox as an example of an emotional coach? lol
if you didn't then i'm not sure what i read cause i barely got that out of it.


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