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Chris Clark receives $306,000 performance-based bonus

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1 hour ago, Mr. Scot said:

Saw the title on thought we were re-signing Clark.

Scared the hell outta me :omg:

I'd take Clark on the same contract for another year as depth in a heartbeat. 

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24 minutes ago, Camp Fodder said:

He was better than Kalil

No, he wasn't.

Kalil may have been bad but Clark was awful. Had Kalil played, he would have benefited from the same thing Clark did (Newton's quicker release).

 

1 minute ago, My Goodness My Guinness said:

I'd take Clark on the same contract for another year as depth in a heartbeat. 

Can you guarantee Rivera wouldn't start him?

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1 hour ago, Bartin said:

Kind of fits a theory I have and I'm sure I'm not the only one with it. A less talented replacement can come in for a few games and perform really well because there is no tape on him with that team. Then after a few games the tape gets out, weaknesses get identified and they get exposed. Ryan Delaire would have been another example of this. Once everyone realized that literally the only thing he could do was speed rush, he got shut down after a promising first 2-3 games.

Maybe we should just bring in new players at areas of weakness every couple games...

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poo, he should have got Kalil's salary as a bonus

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1 hour ago, Mr. Scot said:

Clark's time of "playing well" coincided with Cam Newton's time of being healthy.

I don't think he ever really looked that good. As long as Newton was getting the ball out quickly though, he could serve as a substitute speed bump.

But good grief, his footwork and technique were just horrible.

He looked so bad sometimes but busted his tail to not let his guy get by. I kinda liked him for that.

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1 hour ago, Mr. Scot said:

No, he wasn't.

Kalil may have been bad but Clark was awful. Had Kalil played, he would have benefited from the same thing Clark did (Newton's quicker release).

 

Can you guarantee Rivera wouldn't start him?

Lol.

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