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Posted 13 February 2013 - 09:19 PM

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 09:26 PM

Now to restructure DeAngelo's, Jordan's, and Jon's contract.

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 09:49 PM

wtf? Glad to see Gettleman is using his time wisely

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 09:52 PM

ummmmm.....hm.

not sure how that helps much but whatever.

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 10:05 PM

Now to restructure DeAngelo's, Jordan's, and Jon's contract.


Yeah, bc Stewart's restructure shows that is an answer to our problem.....

Stewart's restructure shows we we have known....Rivera wants him to be our RB. It wasn't was just a tweak to Rivera's guy. Williams is gone.

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 10:10 PM

I know D-Lo has a bigger cap hit, but I feel he is more durable than Stewart. Been several stretches over the past couple of years where Stewart has missed significant time due to ankles.

I'm hoping we can restructure D-Lo in a way that we can keep him.

But as for this move - I don't see where that helps much at all.

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 10:15 PM

I know D-Lo has a bigger cap hit, but I feel he is more durable than Stewart. Been several stretches over the past couple of years where Stewart has missed significant time due to ankles.

I'm hoping we can restructure D-Lo in a way that we can keep him.

But as for this move - I don't see where that helps much at all.

Um,

16 games - 2008
16 games - 2009
14 games - 2010
16 games - 2011

Stewart plays. He finally missed real games in 2012.....I don't see the stretches of signifcant missed games. He plays through pain well.


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Posted 13 February 2013 - 10:19 PM

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 10:23 PM

I know D-Lo has a bigger cap hit, but I feel he is more durable than Stewart. Been several stretches over the past couple of years where Stewart has missed significant time due to ankles.

I'm hoping we can restructure D-Lo in a way that we can keep him.

But as for this move - I don't see where that helps much at all.


Prior to this season he missed 2 games in his entire career. I believe you're getting confused with missing practices and actually missing games.

Stew always seems to have a nagging injury or they just tend to be cautious with him but on Sundays the man comes to play. I want to see what Stew can do getting the majority of the load.

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 10:41 PM

Damnnnnnn. Bye Dwill. We love you and you will be miss very much by Panthers Nation.

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 10:44 PM

His contract was bad to begin with, I understand that's not Gettleman's fault but I don't understand this move. If anything it makes the deal even worse, not better.

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 10:49 PM

Um,

16 games - 2008
16 games - 2009
14 games - 2010
16 games - 2011

Stewart plays. He finally missed real games in 2012.....I don't see the stretches of signifcant missed games. He plays through pain well.


Right but he was very rarely the starter. The first time he gets the starting nod this year he goes down so he is an injury concern. He's a good back, he's just dinged up so much his first step acceleration looks slow at times. Maybe this last set of surgeries fixed it. I agree it made no sense to keep both backs, there's not enough carries and we have some glaring needs. Giving 2 backs 7 to 10 carries a game hurts them both. With the restructure(what did that save?) it's obvious who's staying, we will see how it works out. I would have traded either or both backs for a #1 receiver at this point anyway. I hope both backs kill it this year.

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 10:51 PM

I know D-Lo has a bigger cap hit, but I feel he is more durable than Stewart. Been several stretches over the past couple of years where Stewart has missed significant time due to ankles.

I'm hoping we can restructure D-Lo in a way that we can keep him.

But as for this move - I don't see where that helps much at all.


Stewart has more guaranteed money on his contract than DWill does.
So guaranteed money cap hit wise in future years, it's Stew.

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 10:54 PM

Damnnnnnn. Bye Dwill. We love you and you will be miss very much by Panthers Nation.

His contract was bad to begin with, I understand that's not Gettleman's fault but I don't understand this move. If anything it makes the deal even worse, not better.


You gotta figure DWill is gone June 1.

34 will tear the AFC a new butthole running out of the Patriots backfield.

It will be good to see him mow down the Broncos in the Playoffs.

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 10:57 PM

Right but he was very rarely the starter. The first time he gets the starting nod this year he goes down so he is an injury concern. He's a good back, he's just dinged up so much his first step acceleration looks slow at times. Maybe this last set of surgeries fixed it. I agree it made no sense to keep both backs, there's not enough carries and we have some glaring needs. Giving 2 backs 7 to 10 carries a game hurts them both. With the restructure(what did that save?) it's obvious who's staying, we will see how it works out. I would have traded either or both backs for a #1 receiver at this point anyway. I hope both backs kill it this year.


He was the primary RB in 2011.....more snaps than Williams. Williams was starter in name in 2011.

He played more snaps than Williams in 2011, 2010.

He might of logged more snaps in 2009 as well....I will have to double check that one.


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