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  1. Have you heard anything from anyone inside the org on what they think of Rhule almost 2 years in?
  2. He continues to say things like this yet refuses to allow him to play unless we have a minimum of 4 major injuries on the line.
  3. Absolutely. Ray Charles can see that we are horrible throwing the ball
  4. It’s unclear whether it was planned or inadvertent. Regardless, the Carolina Panthers have found a brand new place to dump bad news. Forget about the late-afternoon hours on a Friday. With the NFL constantly offering up a fresh collection of bright, shiny objects during football season, why not pull the sheet off a piece of bad news while everyone is paying attention to those objects that are shining brightly? The Panthers waited until 20 minutes after the start of the early games in Week 13 to announce the firing of offensive coordinator Joe Brady. It caused the move to not get the attention and scrutiny it otherwise would have received if it had happened, for example, last Monday morning, with 13 days until the next game. That’s the most confusing aspect of the move. It happened halfway into the team’s annual two-week playing break. Unless the decision was made and not announced early last week, if gives Jeff Nixon less time to prepare to take over the offense than he would have had. Regardless, it’s a sign of dysfunction in Charlotte, and it invites speculation as to what will come next. Some think that coach Matt Rhule already is on borrowed time. Maybe Rhule needs to string together some wins to keep that from happening. And while the buyout would be significant, owner David Tepper doesn’t seem to be someone who prolongs a situation once he knows it has gone south. From dumping Teddy Bridgewater after his first year to essentially dumping Sam Darnold during his first year, Tepper falls in and out of love quickly — and he doesn’t wait to file for divorce. If Tepper has concluded that Rhule isn’t who Tepper thought he’d be and if Tepper thinks he can get an upgrade, he’ll do it. Whatever it costs, whatever it takes. He’ll do it. He has said that the NFL is set up for every team to go .500, and that bending mediocrity in a given franchise’s advantage hinges on having a great coach, G.M., and quarterback. If Tepper has already concluded that Rhule belongs in the “not great” category, it’s just a matter of time before he’s in the “not employed” category, too. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/12/06/with-their-firing-of-joe-brady-the-panthers-find-a-new-place-to-dump-bad-news/
  5. Ron is and always will be an 8-8 or 9-6 coach. He will bring terrible teams to middle of the road, and hold back talented teams.
  6. Damn this is depressing. We haven’t even hit December and already focused on the draft.
  7. No question Horn will be an amazing player for us. I am happy with the pick although looking back we all know the impact a franchise QB has compared to a lockdown corner
  8. Mac Jones becomes the clear favorite for offensive rookie of the year Five weeks ago, it appeared that Bengal receiver Ja’Marr Chase would definitely win the NFL’s offensive rookie of the year award. Now, the odds have swung dramatically in someone else’s favor. With PointsBet, Patriots quarterback Mac Joneshas overtaken Chase. Jones has -215 odds, which means that it takes a bet of $215 to win $100. Chase sits at +175. Since generating 201 yards against the Ravens in Week Seven, Chase has accounted for a total of 152 yards. He had six touchdowns in his first seven games; he’s had only two in all since then. It’s a byproduct of defenses focusing on taking Chase away, and of quarterback Joe Burrowtaking what the defense is giving him. Meanwhile, the Patriots have won six in a row, with an offense led by the first-year quarterback. No one else is even close. Steelers running back Najee Harris has moved to +1800. Next comes Dolpins receiver Jaylen Waddle, at +4000. Waddle becomes an intriguing option. He had the first 100-yard game of his career on Sunday. If he finishes strong — and if the Dolphins make the playoffs — maybe he’ll get some votes. For now, though, it looks to be Jones’s award to lose. If the Pats keep winning, he won’t. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/11/29/mac-jones-becomes-the-clear-favorite-for-offensive-rookie-of-the-year/
  9. We are this far into year 2 and we have no identify at all. I cannot tell you what type of team we are on offense, and am now questioning our defensive identity.
  10. Defense already gassed in the second quarter. They literally have one threat on the offense that you need to watch and that’s Waddle
  11. I get that was on Cam but that’s the second turnover that you can put on DJ as well. He played extremely lazy on that route
  12. They know our post season dreams depend on this game. It’s close to a must win and they need someone who has the assignments down pat…..that is all
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