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  1. lmao @ anyone who thinks we can choose whether or not to "tank" next season.
  2. Agreed packaging CM with anything or anyone to get a QB from the top of the list is a bad idea. Like, really bad. CM and any serviceable QB on the scrap heap is what will keep us from losing every game 30-3 for the next two seasons. We need to be able to stop the run and maintain more than one offensive drive (first or second one of the game) per game before we bring in the piece that will enable us to ride that wave under the cap (see Mahomes) for the following 4 seasons. There is an order to these things. QB's are just so damn expensive in two ways. First they cost. They really cost. Then they force you to spend everywhere else to "give them a chance". The team is the other 52 guys to me. The QB is the icing.
  3. See, and yes I realize this is not a popular take in 2020, but employees find their own landing spots. If Cam (a.k.a the Icon) is no longer part of the solution in Carolina as considered by those who employ him then its up to him to convince another employer that he can be. This may be on Tepper. It may be on Cam. Just like your job and mine, there is always going to be a difference of opinion of what caused escalation and eventually into a parting of the ways. The facts are that Lisfranc surgery is not an ACL or Tommy John. Spare me the everyone recovers differently and all of our bodies work differently. I get it. Something else is going on and has been going on for some time now. It may not be popular to believe it. That may be what makes it so easy to cover it up from the public with random press releases and rehearsed comments about injuries and rehab. But in reality these two entities don't seem to be on the same page and are trying less and less hard to hide it. When you have to dispose of tried and true proven leaders in order to make room for "new leadership" you are taking a huge risk. The NFL is a risky business. Steve Smith was sacrificed for a guy who had/has the goods, who is an awesome individual doing more than his fair share off the field for his community by all rights, but still never made it happen within the organization. Its hard to forget that even though at the time most Panther fans saw it as a necessary evil. The future seemed that obvious. But now we have different things to consider. How does an obvious talent, a tremendous work ethic, and a good heart not make it? It might be the fit, the culture, the surrounding cast, or something we don't know about the individual (yet). As a Cam Newton fan the important thing should be to find the best spot to flourish and contribute off the field in a new community. As a Panther fan, the important thing should be understanding that something, somewhere is off and a desire to move forward past it all. No matter how hard the choice is, it seems more and more likely some people will be faced with the decision of what/who they are soon enough.
  4. yes, but its an election year so maybe... "time for change"
  5. I like Love. Some of the others here are interesting. But, none of them at 7, not even Burrow. We need aggressive beef on the line(s). I hope we trade out of 7 actually. That is a terrible spot to be in for our needs right now in my opinion.
  6. I tuned in to local for a few minutes today long enough to hear some cowboyee douche try to convince the host that since Romo was undefeated, two undefeated teams were playing tomorrow. I shared that insanity with the moron cowboy janitor when he came to vacuum my office and he immediately agreed. Having not been clever enough to formulate that gem on his own prior, I found out later he was impressed with the great news. I did get at least three more random chuckles out of him throughout the rest of the day. Yes, he proceeded to spread the "two undefeated teams" headline throughout the plant. Stupid is just stupid
  7. I think Cam throws them decent to his right but that angle back to his left has always been, well, its been ugly.
  8. Butterflies. Feels good. Chance to make a very bold statement today. Hats off to our service men and women!
  9. The average teams win most or all of the games they are supposed to win. The good teams win games when the lights are brightest and the pressure is at its most intense. The GREAT teams win games in spite of any and all adverse conditions or obstacles. Lets be GREAT tonight Panthers!!!
  10. Great win to say the least. Cam was awesome. Non call on Ginn was an embarrassment. Who's next bitches?
  11. Norman and Newton both had standout plays. Olsen played very well. TD tattooed motor-mouth Khiry (very nice). And all those faux huddle claps and finger licking from old man mole went wasted. Overall we we looked bad, lost one of the most handsomely compensated, veteran starters on our squad, and made a career backup look like a player that has made a fool out of every talent scout in the league for a full decade. A win is a win is a win, however. Hope this serves as motivation
  12. So is Luke an all pro or is our defense taking an early week off? panthers are hot garbage if we can't sustain a drive right now.
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