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Kevin Greene

Currently the Carolina Panther blueprint for success looks pretty good.

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Hard hitting Physical Defense travels wherever you go.

Mobile multi-threat QB that can attack a defense in many ways.

We need that Percy Harvin game changing player, although the Hawks have been good enough to get where they are largely without him. Stewart and DWill can match Lynchs' production if 28 could stay on the field but can they fit under the cap?

A CB or two couldn't hurt.

Can Ron Rivera continue to inspire and lead the Panthers the way Pete Carroll is doing? Love the Panthers but not sure how the AP chose Ron over Pete.

 

2014 looking very bright, we're on the right track, pretty boy AFC trash like the Broncos can't compete.

 

 

 

 

 

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I feel a hell of a lot better about our team after seeing how this season has ended up.  In retrospect our offense wasn't nearly as bad as it looks.  We struggled against great defenses but took care of business against everyone else.  I few pieces here and there and we are good to go.  

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Get a Bell replacement, improve the secondary, and get some weapons. 

 

We are closer to a lombardi than people think.  

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And stay losing in divisional rounds

We have NO fuging WRS

Seattle was able to scrap together some wideouts. They seem to come easily for some teams. Maybe we will get lucky.

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Don't think The Panthers will follow the Seattle blue print 100%. 

 

Cam's a very good down field QB, and when they get a good line again, and some receivers, I think they will take many shots (as they unsuccessfully attempted many times this season). So I don't think the Panthers will try to mimic Seattle to a T. 

 

If anything, I think they'll try to mimic the Giants (Big DL, big play receivers), if they can. 

 

Remember, Seattle "D" gets a lot of turnovers and scores points while doing so. The Panther defense is more solid, leaving it to the Panther "O" to score. 

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