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ok2h8pep

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In Topic: Thomas Davis more than likely will retire a Panther

29 June 2014 - 07:26 AM

I'm sure it happens all the time but I don't recall seeing articles about players saying this sort of thing for other teams.  Now we have both Gross and TD saying essentially that they wouldn't play anywhere else.  I think this type of mutual loyalty will go away as our old core gets replaced by Gettlemans players.

 

I'm not saying that's a bad thing but it definitely marks a change.

 

I wonder if we will ever hear DeAngelo or JStew saying this?  I can totally see Kalil having this sentiment even if he hasn't said so in public.


In Topic: A kid's reaction to Smitty's release, and his awesome sister...

14 March 2014 - 09:07 AM

SMH.  Children raising children.


In Topic: Kuechly in exclusive club

02 February 2014 - 05:38 PM

You just went full retard.

LT was the greatest defensive player ever.

That would be Bruce Smith


In Topic: Is a lack of receivers really the problem?

22 January 2014 - 08:45 AM

Lack of offensive play-makers at the wide-out position is probably 89 percent of the problem. 

I see what you did there.  Unfortunately in this case 89% plus 11% does not add up to 100%.


In Topic: Is a lack of receivers really the problem?

22 January 2014 - 08:43 AM

Seems like the Panthers hardly ever have a check down due to the porous line meaning the running back has to stay in to protect CAM.  Just a casual observation but it seems like we have to use six to block four more than other teams.  That means that CAM doesn't have a short option unless it's by design for a TE or WR.  So I guess I fall into the category of 'fix the O-line' first before worrying about receivers.  That said, it gets repeated often that it is easier to find quality O-line in later rounds versus receivers although I've never seen any empirical data to back that up. 


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