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PantherTrain84

We should trade both Stewart AND D Will

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When you have two RBs who have proven production and both are playing like poo, what does that tell you? Do they both all of a sudden suck, or is it more an indictment of the offense and/or the OL? I vote the latter.

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Cool, maye we''ll get a couple 4th round picks for our overpaid RB tandem.

And remove any talent on the roster behind Cam in the backfield.

The only hand we have is to make these two work for us due to Hurney's incompetence.

Unless you prefer pissing on cap millions.

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What are you smokin? One of the two, but "both"?

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I love when people who obviously know little about football start threads.

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Ahh, it's PantherTrain's thought of the day. What would life be without it?

My friend PT, quick questions...have you thought at all about the cap implications of moving both of them? Do you think multiple teams are going to be lining up to take on their salaries after a trade? What kind of draft picks would you expect to get?

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Oh the Huddle and its hindsight.

You guys are the same slobbery mouthed posters who could not be happier that "double trouble" "ain't goin nowhere"

You guys cant see past next weekend. Now that the Panthers have spent tons for a bunch of rb's in an offense that does not utilize them, you whine.

Why could you not see it over the last two years?

Face it, when Cam and Chud came to town, Foxball left. Why they Panthers kept the components of Foxball, well, it's the Panthers. They seem to have the same foresight as the Huddlers here.

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Thats much more a product of out "non traditional" offense. I have faith that the right coach or any coach honestly can utilize either Stew of D-Will

don't blame it on the "non traditional" offense.

playcalling has just been poo. the oline...poo. the offense in general...poo.

stewart did just fine in chip kelly's "non-traditional" offense at oregon. 280 carries, 1722 yards. 11 TDs...plus what 22 recp, 145 yards and 2 TDs receiving. (to go along with his 645 yards as a kick returner).

being a "non-traditional" offense isn't the issue. it's the running of it and the players on the field. you get someone who knows how to run that offense and properly utilize the players on the field and you can make just about any offense effectively.

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We'd better stick with both, cause cutting/trading DWill ain't gonna solve our cap problems.

Unless we receive a good draft pick for DWill, but I can't see that happening.

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apparently, travelle wharton was more valuble to this offense than we all thought

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This haha, this is your worst thread so far.

And you've had some fuggin stinkers.

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