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Panthers’ Kuechly says new linemen make his job easier

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Good. Didn't hear Smitty talk about Keek. Although I should have figured after that Pryor hit last season when he was visibly talking poo and pointing at him.

 

I wasn't trying to say it was wrong if that is how it came across. Just different then what I've heard from him.

 

A poo talking Keek is an even more awesome Keek. We need it.

 

If you turn the volume WAAAAY up when you are re-watching games, you can hear Kuechly absolutely screaming his lungs out when he or any other Panther makes a big hit or a tackle.  It was never completely evident but after 20 or 30 times of thinking, "Is that Keek in the background screaming like a Banshee Indian?", you start to wonder if mild-mannered Clark Kent might have some Ric Flair in him.  I thought I was hearing things until the Pryor hit. 

 

Oh...and here is the obligatory.

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is it wierd that i found his comments un-kuechly like?

"It was funny, (defensive tackle) Sheldon Richardson got picked up at number 13 and then I knew we had the next pick and there were still two tackles on the board. I was like, ‘Please get one of them for me,’" Kuechly said.

I'm not trying to say anything, but that's not usual for him to say something like that, even though it is true.

I've actually seen similar statements from Ray Lewis.

After Tony Siragusa retired, he lamented not having guys like Goose up front, till they got Haloti Ngata.

Kuechly's knows he can't do everything himself, and he's smart enough to know what makes a defense better. I have no issue with that.

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I've actually seen similar statements from Ray Lewis.

After Tony Siragusa retired, he lamented not having guys like Goose up front, till they got Haloti Ngata.

Kuechly's knows he can't do everything himself, and he's smart enough to know what makes a defense better. I have no issue with that.

 

maybe i should put this in all capitals

 

I DIDN'T MEAN THIS WAS A BAD THING! IT WAS JUST SOMETHING WE HAVEN'T HEARD FROM HIM

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maybe i should put this in all capitals

I DIDN'T MEAN THIS WAS A BAD THING! IT WAS JUST SOMETHING WE HAVEN'T HEARD FROM HIM

I understood that. Wasn't criticizing. Just adding 2 cents...

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is it wierd that i found his comments un-kuechly like?

"It was funny, (defensive tackle) Sheldon Richardson got picked up at number 13 and then I knew we had the next pick and there were still two tackles on the board. I was like, ‘Please get one of them for me,’" Kuechly said.

I'm not trying to say anything, but that's not usual for him to say something like that, even though it is true.

One three letter word: Fua

Fua's suck-ass play will cause even the most humble teammate to publicly beg for help.

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Kuechly looked like a fuging madman during that 2nd Atlanta game.  Going back and forth with Matt Ryan spitting out audibles to counter with, motioning to the crowd every play to raise the fug up at the line of scrimmage, and then banging his head after every tackle so hard that a lesser man might get a concussion.  I was already impressed as fug at how good he was before that game, but it was somewhere during that game I realized he really might be something special.

 

After that I thought, "Yeah... maybe this dude isn't quite as shy as his media persona portrays."

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"Soon" our front 7 will need one of those..

 

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well for an obvious reason, maybe not Star.

 

 

 

 

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He's gonna be the absolute leader of this defence for the next 10 years.
Smart guy, incredible player and a great personality.

For the sake of this thread:

LUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUKEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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it's amazing how overanalytical we get during the offseason. 

 

That's hardly something that's restricted to the offseason.  For reference see every conversation about a certain towel that endorses a certain sports drink.

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