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biggest hitters in panthers' history

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Al Wallace 

 

just ask Chris Simms

 

 

 

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I agree with McCree.  He wasn't that great or anything but he knew how to lay the wood.  That was about it though haha

 

I have to disagree. McCree may have been the last real FS for us. He was much better than Godfrey (now), Sherrod, and whoever we had there after his departure. That was one of the biggest disappointment to not retain him after only 1 season, and a good one.

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Anyone remember Will Witherspoon's hit in the Super Bowl? That was a hard hit.

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Marlon McCree was a one if the best at bringing the pain.

Minter did bring it pretty consistently.

Davis

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Chris Harris and Mike Minter (1a and 1b) TD seems more of a solid hitter to me, but I suppose he can be defined as a big hitter also. Marlon McCree could lay someone out also.

You must have not gone to many live games when Davis was young. You could hear his hits from the stands and I'm not talking about the 50 yard line.

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Al Wallace

just ask Chris Simms

I remember he got fined for that crap too.

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Which Panther blew out Daunte Culpepper's knee? Wasn't it Chris Gamble?

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Chris Harris

Mike Minter

 

and Julius Peppers.

 

I remember he slaughtered some Detroit QB once. I mean he blew him to pieces, guy was on the ground for like 6 minutes.

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