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jrh687

I think Mike Florio is right about everything he says here.

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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/02/19/pft-live-should-panthers-start-over-at-rb/

I didn't expect it either but I think he makes some good points here.

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Florio is an idiot. Whatever he "thinks" we should certainly do the opposite.

He is, however, an inspiration for trolls everywhere.

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A thread based on the phrase "Florio is right about everything" won't end well in this forum.

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Dump both DLo and Stew would be idiotic.

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jrh687 = Florio?

did not click link, feel better about self

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Wow that was stupid. Lets get rid of both our RB and start over really?

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Wow that was stupid. Lets get rid of both our RB and start over really?

If it was between that and "let them play out their contract" the better move would be the former

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If it was between that and "let them play out their contract" the better move would be the former

No you get rid of one but both is a little retarded.

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