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Kuechly back on top!

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For those that don't know yet, Kuechly is now leading the NFL in tackle's again though he will come up just short of Willis's rookie record.

However, he will pass DeMeco Ryans and Zach Thomas.

Note: Luke would need 23 tackle's to pass Willis

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#Panthers rookie LB Luke Kuechly leads the NFL with 151 tackles this season. Had 13 tackles & INT in win vs. Oakland.

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Rookie tackle leads since 1991 - P. Willis 174 in '07 (DROY), D. Ryans - 156 in '06 (DROY), Z. Thomas - 154 in '96, Kuechly - 151 in '12

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With 13 tackles today vs. Oakland, #Panthers Luke Kuechly posted his NFL-best 9th game this season w/ 10+ tackles

I personally think he locked up defensive rookie of the year, but that could just be me.

Congrats Luke!!!

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What was Willis record? Maybe keek will have like a 30 tackle game... :)

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This kis is unbelievable. one of those rare defensive guys who you just love to watch week in and week out... always in the area of destruction...

Cant believe we have two cornerstones like we do on each side of the ball.

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What was Willis record? Maybe keek will have like a 30 tackle game... :)

I want to say 174 combine. I can't be 100% though

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This kis is unbelievable. one of those rare defensive guys who you just love to watch week in and week out... always in the area of destruction...

Cant believe we have two cornerstones like we do on each side of the ball.

Yeah but too bad one isn't a leader, is a baby, is classless, is a bad teammate. Etc...

Smh...so much cam hate sucks

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Just plug in some reliable hogs in the middle of the DLine and Luke will be even better

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I singled out Keek on a few drives today and cannot stress enough how much of a coach he is. He can read offense like a book.

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Yeah but too bad one isn't a leader, is a baby, is classless, is a bad teammate. Etc...

Smh...so much cam hate sucks

For whatever the reason though these guys who play around cam seem to know that he is gifted and makes them all better... that he can take him to the top... I'm satisfied with that right now over the "leader" types like Andy Dalton who can't make as many plays.

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For whatever the reason though these guys who play around cam seem to know that he is gifted and makes them all better... that he can take him to the top... I'm satisfied with that right now over the "leader" types like Andy Dalton who can't make as many plays.

Or Delhomme...as much as I loved him

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It's as good as his, the guy has been playing his ass off. Just imagine if he had started MLB all along...

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