Thank God today turned out the way it did. Regardless of the differing circumstances surrounding the two car incidents, today would have been the worst day in Charlotte sports franchise history if things would have went a little left or a little right.
I remember the day Bobby died. He was loved by our community and it hurt like hell then and it hurt like hell the night they re-hung his jersey at the cable box.
This picture alone and the thought of what might have been should make us appreciate how lucky we are, whether it was Cam or Andrew Norwell. How sad would this lone picture be if the unspeakable would have happened?
His truck goes over the bridge and we are front page news/lead story for the next week. After that...the only thing we have is each other.
Again, you guys joking about turnovers/rollovers might want to step back and be thankful that Cam or for that matter nobody in your life didn't pass today.
We got lucky today as a team and as a "family".
Although none of us are promised tomorrow, I will sleep well that Cam was spared today, even if he never plays another down of NFL football (I know he will you morons, but this could have been worse).
Kiss your Mom, hug your Dad, punch your brother, nuggie your sister, love your wife, antagonize your children....if you are above ground today....give thanks.
And if you are a Panthers fan, Keep Pounding!!
I was thinking the same thing yesterday. If he had gone over that guard rail... I don't even want to think about it. Thanks for the perspective.
Well, that's his season. I'm glad that's all it is. He will be fine and should have no lasting effects. Broken Tps are not that serious and as long as they're not displaced, he should be fine in 6-8 weeks.