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Delhomme on Cam, Panthers, NFCS

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Jake, retire a Panther and make it official man.

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cam respects the legend remember this?

 

 

I definitely remember that.  VERY classy move by Cam.

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Jake was cluth yes, but he was carried by a GREAT GREAT defense...Love Jake but he is mediocre at best

 

 

Jake was a GOOD QB, not a great but people need to give him more respect.   He had TWO triple crown receivers in different years.  Smith and Moose.  Moose hardly did anything when he left us, so I can't say he made Jake.   Smith is a beast but he hasn't been as beastly since Jake left.  Jake knew exactly where to put the ball for Smith to go up, it was as much him as Smith.  Not to mention the clutch games from Jake, the competitive fire, the raw emotion, the class, and the ability to except blame when it was due (and actually mean it).    

 

He's the perfect example of intangibles, and if we could somehow combine that with Cam's talent, we could have a freak QB.

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Jake is Smitty's #1 QB of all time. Where we rank him is irrelevant.

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Jake and Cam need to get together for a Bojangles commercial

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We need to get Jake on the Panthers radio team.

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give him a coaching gig.

 

seems informed on his NFL

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Another reason Jake was so good was the fact that we got him from New Orleans where he was a Cajun.

We went to a Superbowl with him while they sat idly by barely making it with Aaron Brooks.

He was on their fricken bench!

F you Louisiana.

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