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It's clear why they're best of buds, but which do you think will have the most success in the next 5 years?

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It's clear why they're best of buds, but which do you think will have the most success in the next 5 years?

Whichever one doesn't fuging die of old age.

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but his shoes actually touched the field that one time

 

#redemption

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Whichever one doesn't fuging die of old age.

 

That's some funny poo, right there.

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JR is so bad I'd hate to see him as GM....good lord could you imagine?

 

At least JJ is legitimately trying hard to put a winning team on the field...JR is trying to just make a lot money.

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where the fug am i

 

he saw his shadow which means 6 more years of losing seasons

 

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JR is so bad I'd hate to see him as GM....good lord could you imagine?

 

At least JJ is legitimately trying hard to put a winning team on the field...JR is trying to just make a lot money.

 

I'll take a guy who doesn't spend money over a guy who spends it stupidly.

 

But with that said, this notion that Richardson doesn't care about winning is one of the silliest arguments made on this board.  Nobody who's actually worked with him gives that notion any credibility at all.

 

Richardson wants to win.  He just hasn't put it together yet.  But I think he made a huge step forward this past season hiring Dave Gettleman.

 

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I'll take a guy who doesn't spend money over a guy who spends it stupidly.

 

But with that said, this notion that Richardson doesn't care about winning is one of the silliest arguments made on this board.  Nobody who's actually worked with him gives that notion any credibility at all.

 

Richardson wants to win.  He just hasn't put it together yet.  But I think he made a huge step forward this past season hiring Dave Gettleman.

 

 

Richardson has a funny way of showing that he wants to win.

 

2 Lame Duck coaches in less than 5 years...boy like I said...I'd hate to see him in charge of other things.

 

His idea of what it takes to build a winning franchise is hilarious at best....he should step away and let someone else make the decisions.

 

He should go back to owning restaurants and bringing in profits because that's all he's good at.

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If only the Panthers were a fried chicken franchise Wed be all set

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