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The Return of Jonathan Stewart

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#85 Davidson Deac II

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Posted 15 October 2013 - 02:00 PM

IMO,  most of the teams that seemingly had a 1 year turnaround actually put the elements in place for that turnaround 2-3 years or more before.  And then once the dominos all fall into place, it seems like a miraculous turnaround. 


If for example, we hire a new coach in the offseason and he takes us from a sub500 year (assuming that is what we end up with) to a playoff berth, many of th ekey elements that will get us there will be players that have been drafted over the last few years (Hardy, LK, etc...).  As well as Gettleman dumping and restructuring contracts which might allow us to resign our best players and or bring in new ones. 

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Posted 15 October 2013 - 02:58 PM

#54, right? Idk, some guy that played almost like Luke Kuechly before Luke Kuechly became our Luke Kuechly.


Unless, of course, you're talking about the guy on the ground that Stewie ran over. That's just Peppers taking another play off......


I was talking about big Ol' Jeff Otah, lol.  

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Posted 15 October 2013 - 03:03 PM

I hope Stew can come back and contribute. Tolbert has been playing awesome lately and making the plays Williams can't. He's getting the tough yards, turning potentially 3rd and 2's in 1st downs. Stewart has that same kind of ability so hopefully we can be even more effective with him in there.