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biggest hitters in panthers' history

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When Chris Harris hit that big ass Giants running back in the game before the Zona meltdown I think it registered on some seismic graphs

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Mike Minter

Thomas Davis

Chris Harris

this^ that's all that need be on that list, I used to l love watching Harris lay some guys out, he wasn't the best in coverage but he made all the players out there look over their shoulder wondering if their head was about to be removed from their body.

Davis with his first tackle ended one guys career.

And minter is minter, always good

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Chris Harris gets the nod from me

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Chris Harris

Dan Morgan

Thomas Davis

Mike Minter

 

... in that order

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Chris Harris

Dan Morgan

Thomas Davis

Mike Minter

... in that order

If you have Minter last then you need to review the tape lol... I'll never forget when we played he Packers on MNF and he absolutely laid Antonio Freeman OUT. He knocked him unconscious AND out of the game. One of the greatest hits in franchise history, and that was just one of many he dealt out.

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Minter was the Gold Standard of hitting.

 

Harris 

TD

Smitty's hit on Von Miller instantly puts him on this list.

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When Chris Harris hit that big ass Giants running back in the game before the Zona meltdown I think it registered on some seismic graphs

 

brandon jacobs.

 

jacobs was huge and had been knocking people down all year and harris just stood that guy up.

 

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No player we have ever had is as an explosive a tackler as TD. He is textbook nasty.

Minter

Harris

Morgan

Latham

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