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Tiquan Underwood Visiting Panthers

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I support this one, though he had us beat on a streak last year but it was either the throw was off or he dropped it.   Definitely had good downfield speed and at 6'1" pretty decent size

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I tried one time to throw a lot of poo at the wall to see what stuck.. in the end it just made a mess, and it stunk, just like the offensive product we will see on Sunday this fall.

 

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fug, please make this happen

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He's like 6'4 with his hair right? A complete knightmare mismatch against smaller CB's!

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Speed guy, who can go deep. Would be Ginn's replacement in that role. Not bad.

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pats did him dirty. hes a 4/5 type of WR, again panthers PR department is releasing these WRs vists to calm the mobs

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I liked what I saw of him last year with the Bucs, and he is someone I thought might make a decent target for us, so yeah, hope they can get him.

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I like the thought of Underwood coming here.  On our budget we could do a helluva lot worse.  My eyes could deceive me, but I see some upside in this kid. I can see him coming in and replacing LaFell.  He has shown flashes, and it's somewhat difficult to determine the reasons for his inconsistency. He would probably make a solid WR3 if he could get it all together, or at least provide good depth in a pinch.

 

 

One of the nicest guys in the Bucs locker room is Tiquan Underwood. Really sharp, really smart, and simply an all around good dude. So it pains Joe to see good guys struggle like Underwood is.

Underwood had a fantastic game against the Lions with two touchdowns, including an 85-yard bomb from Mike Glennon that was simply beautiful. Since that game, Underwood has pretty much been invisible.

One reason is Underwood flashed against the Lions and now every team is game-planning against him, said Bucs commander Greg Schiano.

“I think there are a lot of factors,” Schiano said. “One is the thing you mentioned that people are aware that he is a deep threat and a speed threat. Two, some of it has been just not there. Three, we’ve had opportunities and he’s had a couple drops since then. I think it all mixes together, but that was a career day for him. That day isn’t the norm. We’d like to make it his norm, but that wasn’t the norm or hasn’t been the norm I should say.”

 

 

 

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