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One year ago today...Kuechly


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#37 Keep Pounding

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Posted 29 March 2013 - 03:04 PM

I for one was not sold on the Kuechly pick, I was for sure that Beason would come back 10000%, especially after watching his work out video.... Man I was wrong......

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Posted 29 March 2013 - 03:06 PM

Good for you but Patterson isn't Cam nor is he Keek. Cordarrelle is a high risk because he can't run routes, he isn't physical against DBs and he possess horrible catching technique (upward palms and body). You can't honestly compare Kuechly's success to Patterson. Cordarrelle needs a ton of development.

At this endeavor, Austin is the superior WR.


Chill, i know this. I was just giving KKL poo.

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Posted 29 March 2013 - 03:13 PM

Chill, i know this. I was just giving KKL poo.


Oh ok lol, I thought you were implying Patterson was going to light up the NFL in his rookie campaign.

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Posted 29 March 2013 - 03:15 PM

Oh ok lol, I thought you were implying Patterson was going to light up the NFL in his rookie campaign.


He might as a returner. I like Patterson a whole lot, but I'm not naive to think he is NFL ready right now as a wide reciever. He will be an impact player his rookie year though, i think.

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 12:40 PM

Yeah. And a bunch of you wanted AJ Green, Von Miller, or even Gabbart, over Cam. When we had jimmy.

This was the first time I seriously started to look into who we were drafting, and after I watched college highlights of Cam and his SEC Championship, I knew I was sold.

And then, STILL, some of you just couldn't get pass the fact he "stole" a laptop. I mean, really.

So although I enjoy much of your opinions, some of you have absolutely no idea wtf your talking about, or even know anything about football.

Last year we really couldn't miss. BPA, Keek was a stud, it was really a no brainer.

This year, pretty much any opinion is valid. We need play makers, and position wise I could care less. But, I think that most of us SHOULD AGREE, that a WR threat needs to be found, and in the 1st round. Is it make or break? No. But the problem needs to be solved, and we don't know what we are getting next year in the draft. Allen, Patterson, Austin, just get a weapon, pleeez

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 02:39 PM

The most popular topic 1 year ago today was "Sorenson wants Wr, Blackmon".
At post #76 of 115, chris999 is the first person to mention the word Kuechly.
None of us know as much as we think we know.
BTW, he was the only poster in the entire discussion to even mention his name. At all.
Color me me stupid too.


I talked about wanting Kuechly long before the draft. There were a lot of other discussions besides that one topic

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 03:02 PM

Kudos to Panther55 and KoolkatLuke looks like an idiot


You could say that about most in that thread. You could also say that about the thread started about Cam two years ago. Q

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 04:07 PM

I talked about wanting Kuechly long before the draft. There were a lot of other discussions besides that one topic


No, no. I realize that. All I did was go back to this day one year ago, picked the most commented-on thread and noticed what I noticed. If you wanted Kuechly before the draft and actually put it in to words, my point is my hat is off to you. I was not nearly as bright as any of you that did.

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 04:22 PM

I was watching Keek highlights today, man I get so pumped for the season to start. Watching him drive TP back in the Oakland game and standing over him and pointing talking poo. fug man the dude is awesome. I remember wanting a DT, but when Kuechly was the pick I was pretty happy about it.

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 08:53 PM

Kuechly had a ton of great tackles in that Oakland game. I remember one where he took apart run DMC for a no gain. Chased him all the way to the sideline and beat his stiff arm.

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 09:32 PM

Keek surprised the fug out of me, I don't really follow the draft (got all you draft gurus around here to take care of that) or college football all that closely but I'd heard he was supposed to be pretty good. Lol... pretty good indeed. He brings a rare fire on damn near every play that's hard to find in a player.

It's amazing that, for a rookie, if you wanted to know where the ball was then just look for number 59 and he'd be right there near it either: making a play, or damn near making a play on it.