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Mr. Scot

Where do you NOT want to see Thomas Davis go?

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Davis playing for the team that arguably killed our season? Definitely sounds possible.

But besides the obvious (i.e. Atlanta / New Orleans / Tampa) what uniform would you least like to see Thomas Davis playing in next season?

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Cowboys. 

I also wouldn't want to see him go to a team we will play next year.  

Wouldn't mind him going to the Steelers or Patriots.  Gives him a shot at a ring, and he deserves it.

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1 minute ago, Daddy_Uncle said:

He won't go to a division rival. He left the team on good terms and I can't see him doing that. 

I wouldn't count Atlanta out. Georgia's home, and it keeps him in that area. And they can use him. And that lets him see our guys twice a year.

 

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5 minutes ago, Daddy_Uncle said:

He won't go to a division rival. He left the team on good terms and I can't see him doing that. 

Agree with Bronn. Davis as a Falcon is a very real possibility.

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I'd like to see him go play for a contender and get a ring. Pats, or even though it's against everything I believe in, the Taints, so he can get a SB ring. 

I'd hate to see him play for any team that has no shot at the SB. 

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Wherever he goes it won't matter for long. Only a few teams are stupid enough to give him more than a year or two max, and none of those are a contender. 

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He's been in the South his entire life from UGA to Carolina. I can't see him going up to Buffalo to join McDermott. Unfortunately I think there's a very high probability he is either a Falcon, Saint, or Buc come March.

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Just not in our division. Good luck dude, we just need as much change as we can grab in the next few years.

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The Falcons would be the worst possible landing spot. I hope he knows he'd take a popularity hit for going there with the fanbase here, and hope he cares to be involved with the Panthers after retirement enough to not do that.

 

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Saints. If he goes there. Forget a fairly officiated game all year for them.

Patriots. Just cause

I don’t mind him going to the Steelers. It’s good to know that he would be highly respected there 

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