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How Luke Kuechly outsmarted Tony Romo, Drew Brees, and Andrew Luck

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5 hours ago, PantherOnTheProwl1523 said:

Aints are already in hopes to have Luke as their ILB coach.

https://saintsreport.com/threads/kuechly-as-our-lb-coach.424386/

It was a joke thread in a series of other joke threads about various former players and coaches going the coaching staff including Jonathan VilmaMike Singletary, Colby Bockwoldt (who was a mediocre player), Zach Line (who was our FB and just retired), Wade Phillips, Terry Tate, and Ray Lewis.

Don’t take it personal. There are idiot posters there just as there are idiot posters here.

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My favorite thing about these is Luke always got way more excited after making a play as a result of his film study than his athleticism lol. 

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We all remember plenty of moments where Luke went nuts right before a play because he saw something.

This video does a good job a showing just how complicated the decisions he made in those moments were.

It's amazing the amount of information that he was able to process in just a matter of seconds.

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Watching this  great video showing why Luke Kuechly is one of the all time great NFL linebackers left me feeling proud of him but sad knowing that i will not be able to ever watch him make those unbelievable plays again.:poison:

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On 1/18/2020 at 11:38 PM, Eazy-E said:

I don't think anyone but a Seahawks fan would choose a prime Wagner over Kuechly.

Prime Luke is arguably the greatest middle linebacker to ever play.

Just so sad his prime years only lasted 3 to 4 seasons because of injuries. What could have been

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Does anyone think Luke may take a few years off to get right, and then come out of retirement to play again? I mean I doubt it but the thought just occurred to me. 

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This type of stuff just confirms that those great panthers defenses were Luke’s defenses. Ron had little to do with it.

As soon as Luke’s abilities started to slip and teams found ways to counter him, our D went down hill with it.

 

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Just now, Tbe said:

This type of stuff just confirms that those great panthers defenses were Luke’s defenses. Ron had little to do with it.

As soon as Luke’s abilities started to slip and teams found ways to counter him, our D went down hill with it.

 

As soon as Star left, we didn't address the secondary, he had to pick up some of TD's duties, and we didn't have any athleticism at DE.....yea he started to slip.

End of the day, Luke, like every other player in the NFL, cannot carry an entire side of the ball.

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great video. thanks for posting, OP.

thank you, luke, for all the memories.  

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2 hours ago, Daddy_Uncle said:

Just so sad his prime years only lasted 3 to 4 seasons because of injuries. What could have been

Luke's prime was 8 seasons. 

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5 hours ago, Daddy_Uncle said:

Does anyone think Luke may take a few years off to get right, and then come out of retirement to play again? I mean I doubt it but the thought just occurred to me. 

I don’t wanna count on it, but that would be great. Hell, really no reason Cam couldn’t do the same thing if his foot or shoulder doesn’t behave this year and our line still sucks. 

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Dude totally set the bar for how to play the position.

I thought the concept of Luke playing the position like a QB would play the position was a perfect way to sum up Luke's approach to the game.

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5 hours ago, Tbe said:

This type of stuff just confirms that those great panthers defenses were Luke’s defenses. Ron had little to do with it.

As soon as Luke’s abilities started to slip and teams found ways to counter him, our D went down hill with it.

 

Yep, with a bit of McDermott thrown in. 

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