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PantherFanOne

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Well if you pay attention on game days you will see that he is inactive.

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I agree about King having more potential.  I think it's a Brandon Gibson like ceiling for him so my expectations aren't huge or anything but it'd be cool if he became a contributor.  But the bottom line is the current distribution and personel is working great.  

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If he can't block(or won't block) then he won't be playing for this team.... move along

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Doesn't hurt. Anyone other than AE could probably replace LaFell

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Doesn't hurt. Anyone other than AE could probably replace LaFell

Prove it

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Prove it

Get Chuck some pads!
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Prove it

 

quit quoting me. I know you're in love with me but Im not like that.

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quit quoting me. I know you're in love with me but Im not like that.

I was just asking you to prove how anyone else besides armanti Edwards is better than lafell, why can't you back up your statement?

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We need the Lord of Light up in herrre

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I want McNutt to bust out ballin'.

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