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I know a lot of us dislike A.luck...

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Because he may or may not of stayed at school to avoid coming to Carolina because the lucks and the Richardson's don't like each other but and I admit I was one of those guys but the guy balled hard today and I gotta give him his props. Plus its good to see that douchcanoe Alex smith lose because of the poo he said about cam and the panthers.

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I don't hate him.  I don't blame him one bit for not wanting to come here.  When he decided to stay in school the Panthers were a dumpster fire.  Nobody knew the kind of turn around that was going to happen.  Luck is gonna be great.  But I'm more than happy with Cam.

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What's the story about the Lucks and Richardsons?

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Meh... Sent from my NX008HD8G using CarolinaHuddle mobile app

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I was pissed when Luck stayed in school but really like the way he plays football.  I blame Richardson and the dysfunction surrounding our team more than Luck for not wanting to come here...

 

KC certainly choked to death in that game though.

 

 

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I am perfectly satisfied with Cam, I love Luck though and he balled out today

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I'd rather have Cam.

However, Luck played well despite being the Chiefs biggest weapon the first half. Losing both RB's and a PB CB helped. Then there's the trump card that is Andy "I choke on everything but food" Reid.

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I was truly amazed watching Andrew Luck motivate his team back from a 28 point deficit at half. Even after throwing 3 interceptions (mostly his fault)

he was rallying his guys and shouting encouragement to both offense and defense. I wish Cam would would take a lesson from Andrew and not sit with a towel over his head sitting by himself when he is having a bad game. The sign of a true leader is to encourage your team ESPECIALLY when things are not going your way.

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I was truly amazed watching Andrew Luck motivate his team back from a 28 point deficit at half. Even after throwing 3 interceptions (mostly his fault)

he was rallying his guys and shouting encouragement to both offense and defense. I wish Cam would would take a lesson from Andrew and not sit with a towel over his head sitting by himself when he is having a bad game. The sign of a true leader is to encourage your team ESPECIALLY when things are not going your way.

 

jesus fuggin christ, are you still in 2010?

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I am happy with Cam, but still can't stand Luck. But in all honesty I don't give a s.. t about him and his team.

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