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Are you happy with the current direction of the Panthers at this time.

Are you happy with the current direction of the panthers?   

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  1. 1. Are you happy with current direction of the Panthers right now

    • Yes
      12
    • No
      107
    • Undecided
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I mean they fire the people that had nothing to do with last season being a disappointment. But keep the ones that are directly at fault and the kicker is they get to stay in said position but the boss will do his job for him all season long.. what in the fuging ass backwards world is this baby back bull poo?? 

 

You took the right step in having RIVERA take over but you are now babying Eric Washington?? Loyalty is Rivera's Achilles heel. 

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Idk yet will have to see what we do in fa and the draft. Not fond of letting td walk when he could be an asset for cheap. Not a huge fan of Rivera and I’m skeptical he will change to win in today’s league constantly 

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I'm indifferent at this point.  It appears there's not going to be any significant changes so I'm just going to watch it unfold and make my decision at the end of the season.  

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Pretty dissapointed, especially after how the season went and the promise of new ownership. This is not all bc of Cam's shoulder. It's clear Tepper isn't interested in changes at the moment/for the time being. I'll try to be patient but my off-season enthusiasm is going to be very low. 

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Nope. New owner, same poo. Staying the course for mediocrity.

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kept Rivera and Hurney, got rid of CJ Anderson for no real reason, likely letting Daryl sign elsewhere so the OL will be even worse, defense is only getting older and worse, lower draft position bc we won a meaningless week 17 game, little cap flexibility, major health concern for our franchise QB who will be playing behind a worse OL that IR'd QBs in back-to-back weeks. Next year is gonna be 2014 all over again but with a shittier defense and OL.

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3 minutes ago, pantherphan96 said:

kept Rivera and Hurney, got rid of CJ Anderson for no real reason, likely letting Daryl sign elsewhere so the OL will be even worse, defense is only getting older and worse, lower draft position bc we won a meaningless week 17 game, little cap flexibility, major health concern for our franchise QB who will be playing behind a worse OL that IR'd QBs in back-to-back weeks. Next year is gonna be 2014 all over again but with a shittier defense and OL.

And we a playing in my opinion a tougher schedule. Smells like 4-12

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The only answer is undecided because one year into a new owner we have no idea what his true big picture plans and direction are

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At this point it is too early to tell. Our coaching staff is incomplete and we haven't even discussed who we are keeping and who we aren't. The overblown response to Washington sticking around assumes he is the DC on game day. He is a darn good defensive line coach and works with the front seven players.  Ron stays DC and oversees the scheme and play calling. We bring on someone to manage the secondary. What great defensive coordinator would come here knowing Rivera will be calling plays and controlling the scheme. With all the DC openings, who thinks ours is a great one right now 

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