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Huddle Logic

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Since this is the 10th year of the Huddle I thought I would throw out some gems of past popular believes on the Huddle.

 

 

1.  Steve Smith isn't a #1 receiver because he is to short.  Yes that was a popular opinion on this board at one time.

 

2. Jake Delhomme is a great QB.  Jake was a good / serviceable QB.  Great was stretching it.

 

3. We have the best (enter LB Corp / Front four/ CB Corp)  Fact of the matter the only best we had was running back duo in 2008.

 

4.  My personal favorite.   Jake is a better QB than Drew Brees.  Yeah that one people really said.

 

5. John Fox cant coach.  Yeah taking a team to the playoffs with The Golden Calf of Bristol proved that one wrong.

 

Please feel free to add any you remember.

 

 

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Since this is the 10th year of the Huddle I thought I would throw out some gems of past popular believes on the Huddle.

 

 

1.  Steve Smith isn't a #1 receiver because he is to short.  Yes that was a popular opinion on this board at one time.

 

2. Jake Delhomme is a great QB.  Jake was a good / serviceable QB.  Great was stretching it.

 

3. We have the best (enter LB Corp / Front four/ CB Corp)  Fact of the matter the only best we had was running back duo in 2008.

 

4.  My personal favorite.   Jake is a better QB than Drew Brees.  Yeah that one people really said.

 

5. John Fox cant coach.  Yeah taking a team to the playoffs with The Golden Calf of Bristol proved that one wrong.

 

Please feel free to add any you remember.

 

In 10 more years, the one we will look back on that was the most absurd...

 

6. We should trade Cam Newton while we can still get something for him.

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3. Best rushing Panther attack was 2011. Most RB production 2008

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We should draft Pat White, Owen Schmitt, and Tavon Austin

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We should draft Pat White, Owen Schmitt, and Tavon Austin

 

 

That's not huddle logic.  That was from a genius. 

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Here's an example of huddle logic

 

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from this thread:

 

-john fox, not mike mccoy, is actually an offensive genius and transformed tim tеbow into a good quarterback (read: go 8-8 and back in to the playoffs at a time when the three other teams in the AFC west barely had a pulse)

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Mike Shula has learned a ton about calling a good offensive game by being a QB coach for a few years.

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Mike Shula has learned a ton about calling a good offensive game by being a QB coach for a few years.

 

That was desperate hope.

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