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ThunderKatt

Scrap the Offensive Play book

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The Panthers should get rid of every ay they ran this year and can it. Install every pl way that worked against the Eagles all year and we will storm through them. Our play book isn't playoffs compliant so out with the old and in with the new.

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We should convert the Panthers to a rugby team.

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Yes.

A week and a half to learn a cut and paste playbook.

Practice it and become playoff crisp.

Great idea, cant wait.

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Great idea...

DON'T do what got you where you are, reinvent the wheel at the last moment.

I'm all for new plays, but let's not get carried away.

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We should also fire shula and hire chud back.

Can we work Marvin White into the offense I mean he did have more TD receptions than Lafell had last week.

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Well that's why the get paid the big bucks. Just my thought, so do you think our current play book has the capability to lead us to a sb trophy? Just asking.

Yes.

A week and a half to learn a cut and paste playbook.

Practice it and become playoff crisp.

Great idea, cant wait.

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Well that's why the get paid the big bucks. Just my thought, so do you think our current play book has the capability to lead us to a sb trophy? Just asking.

2002 tampa bay buccaneers did it without this D and with out Cam Newton.

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Was shula the oc when tampa won it all?

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