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TheCasillas

As of right now NO pro bowl for panthers.

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A little humility can be a good thing. It makes you work harder. Its not so much playing in the game as much as thinking you have already arrived.

What does "humility" have to do with Cam being in the Probowl and the team not playing well the first half of the season? Please clue me in.

Amazing how much the words "humility" and "humble" gets throw around when it comes to Cam as if there is this desparate need to control him. Please don't tell me that some still fear men like Cam because of their outward confidence. I hope the phrases "he needs to be more humble" and "a little humility can be a good thing" isn't replacing the phrases "we need to teach" and "he hasn't learnt his lession" because we all know what those phrases meant. Especially when Cam isn't doing anything out of the ordinary to warrant such concerns.

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None of our players deserved to go.

Not true.

At least one DE deserves it. That's it though

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Kuechly has better stats than Willis and Bowman but somehow didn't make it. I thought each team had to have someone in the pro bowl

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I'm pretty sure a Top Cat still gets to go. So we have that.

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Kuechly has better stats than Willis and Bowman but somehow didn't make it. I thought each team had to have someone in the pro bowl

Nope, that's the MLB All-Star game you are thinking of.

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Joe Person@josephperson

Panthers rookie Luke Kuechly is 4th Pro Bowl alternate at inside LB. If SF makes Super Bowl, it would knock out starters Bowman and Willis.

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Joe Person@josephperson

Panthers rookie Luke Kuechly is 4th Pro Bowl alternate at inside LB. If SF makes Super Bowl, it would knock out starters Bowman and Willis.

Maybe he'll get a hangnail, claim injury and sit out the game while enjoying the sunshine and weather of Hawaii.... like 70% of the starters do anyway...

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I think it's great that Gross didn't make it...some of the fans here still think he is worth all that money we are throwing at him, always using the pro bowl as part of their argument.

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