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If cam is healthy then anything is possible 

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Sure if Cam is healthy it’s entirely possible. Not probable, but entirely possible. Without a healthy Cam...it’ll be a while before we finish in the top three in the division probably. 

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A lot can change between now and the start of the season. But right now the odds are basically 0% for me at the point.

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This is a five win roster even with a healthy Cam Newton.  On paper, it is quite possibly the worst defense in the nfl. 

Our over under for wins just came out in Vegas at 6.5. I’d be shocked if this team won over 6.5 games next year. 

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5 hours ago, Carl Spackler said:

Can we? Yes

Will we? Not even close

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