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#16 Guest_BlueBoyRamses_E1b1a_*

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 09:08 PM

Hey let me know what Dallas has and get back to me, k?

Dez bryant(92 balls with broken finger), Witten(110 balls), Austin(66 balls), Ogletree, OL hold their own and a QB that scew up in the clutch. Not even close to what we have to work with.

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 09:12 PM

Cam > Romo
Our RB > Their RB
Steve Smith > Dez Bryant
Both OL suck
Witten = Olsen
CJ & Hardy > Spender & Ware
Luke > Their entire corps combined
Our secondary > their secondary

and they're the deepest in the hole.

A lot of that is letting the PAST be reality....RBs for example. Murray has been better the last 2 yrs than whatever RB you pick when healthy.

Bryant isn't 34 and just put in a 1300+ yard season with 13 TDs. Smitty hasn't had that production since 2005. The 2 WRs are trending to different directions....



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Posted 18 March 2013 - 09:14 PM

Anthony Spencer, Demarcus Ware, Sean Lee

Dez Bryant, Miles Austin, Jason Witten

Thanks. beat me to it.

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 09:24 PM

I've been wondering the same thing

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 09:24 PM

Cam > Romo
Our RB > Their RB
Steve Smith > Dez Bryant
Both OL suck
Witten = Olsen
CJ & Hardy > Spender & Ware
Luke > Their entire corps combined
Our secondary > their secondary

and they're the deepest in the hole.


I'm sorry but that's just laughable....

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 09:32 PM

And noooooooooooooo playoffs

The point is they have a strong position in their team in WRs/TE where you can say their $123million is being put to work. Improving their team is one or two pieces away. So a new coach doesn't have the 'where do we start moment'. If a new coach coming next year and give up the next 2 year's first over all pick for a guy like Teddy Bridgewater they can have the Cam, RG3, Luck moment.

Great coaches avoid franchise like the panthers because there is no where to start. No coach have a formula for RBs that can barely break 1000 yards.

#22 panthers55

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 09:32 PM

Here is where it is.
http://www.spotrac.c...olina-panthers/


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Posted 18 March 2013 - 09:32 PM

21.5 million in the current starting o-line (11.7 to Gross and 6.4 to Kalil)
18 million in our starting lb's.(9.5 to Beason)
15.5 million in the d-line(13 to CJ)
13 million in all 3 running backs.(8.2 to D-will)
11 million in dead money(mostly Anderson, Wharton, Gamble and Mare)
10 million to entire receiving core(smith 5.75 and olsen 3.7)
7.1 million to the current starting secondary,2 safeties and 3 corners(Godfrey 3.7)
6 million to Cam

All that adds up to 102.1 million. So the rest is just in depth.

#24 Verge

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 10:26 PM

Steve Smith > Dez Bryant
Witten = Olsen
Luke > Their entire corps combined
Our secondary > their secondary



Hahahaha. Wow.

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 10:35 PM

21.5 million in the current starting o-line (11.7 to Gross and 6.4 to Kalil)
18 million in our starting lb's.(9.5 to Beason)
15.5 million in the d-line(13 to CJ)
13 million in all 3 running backs.(8.2 to D-will)
11 million in dead money(mostly Anderson, Wharton, Gamble and Mare)
10 million to entire receiving core(smith 5.75 and olsen 3.7)
7.1 million to the current starting secondary,2 safeties and 3 corners(Godfrey 3.7)
6 million to Cam

All that adds up to 102.1 million. So the rest is just in depth.


That's just sad. :(

#26 Kevin Greene

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 10:45 PM

At least he isn't a 30 yr old backup


To who?

DWill had 173 rushing attempts last year.
Stewart had 93.
Please remove head from culo.

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 11:53 PM

To who?

DWill had 173 rushing attempts last year.
Stewart had 93.
Please remove head from culo.


lol...

2011 - Stewart was the primary RB and lead the NFCS in % of offensive snaps played.

2012- they took away Williams starter in name only title and officially benched him for Stewart.

Williams got the reps in 2012 bc Stewart got hurt. Nothing more.

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 11:57 PM

lol...

2011 - Stewart was the primary RB and lead the NFCS in % of offensive snaps played.

2012- they took away Williams starter in name only title and officially benched him for Stewart.

Williams got the reps in 2012 bc Stewart got hurt. Nothing more.


So let me try to clarify this...

2011: Williams is the starter in name, but Stewart gets the majority of the snaps, therefore Williams is the backup.

2012: Stewart is the starter in name, but Williams gets the majority of the snaps, therefore Williams is the backup.

Got it.

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Posted 19 March 2013 - 12:03 AM

So let me try to clarify this...

2011: Williams is the starter in name, but Stewart gets the majority of the snaps, therefore Williams is the backup.

2012: Stewart is the starter in name, but Williams gets the majority of the snaps, therefore Williams is the backup.

Got it.


2011 - Stewart is the primary RB - hence leading the division in % of offensive snaps played.

2012. Williams flat out was demoted to backup.

Your 2012 logic is Cam Newton breaking his leg and Clausen getting more snaps therefore you claim Cam is the backup. Williams was officially demoted in 2012....Stewart's injury got him back in the door

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Posted 19 March 2013 - 12:12 AM

2011 - Stewart is the primary RB - hence leading the division in % of offensive snaps played.

2012. Williams flat out was demoted to backup.

Your 2012 logic is Cam Newton breaking his leg and Clausen getting more snaps therefore you claim Cam is the backup. Williams was officially demoted in 2012....Stewart's injury got him back in the door


Try very hard to wrap your head around this.
Last year Keuchly was the starting MLB, not Beason.
Got it?


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