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Even with success is this d-lows last stand?

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So while all is merry in pantherland for now a storm looms. It's a fore gone conclusion that this season is where the buck stops for williams. With stewy on his way back is there any scenario where you can see him signing a new contract?

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Omg

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I just asked my magic 8 ball and its reply was...

no.

Im serious thats what the 8 ball said.

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op can suck my magic 8 balls.

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No, I'd say Stew more than D Will but I guess we'll find out at the end of the season...

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Stewart is literally hurt all the time. I don't care how many games he's actually missed all these years. He's always hurt.

And we still want to get rid of Williams? Really?

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New contract? Huh? Why? He's got a couple years left on the current one.

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Depends on how Barner does. Right now Dwills job is very secure.

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