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Tepper Speaks - Throws shade on Teddy?


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1 minute ago, AceBoogie said:

Eh Cam had better production than Teddy with less weapons and nearly identical to TB with less as well. A lot more than Cam going on in NE 

It's okay, I love the guy too - but...naaahhh lmao he aint it anymore.

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26 minutes ago, AceBoogie said:

I mean they wanted him, signed him, paid him, and cut Cam for him so the egg is on their face. Not like they inherited Teddy, they went out and got him. 

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Two options with this.  It's either good that the staff is willing to admit their mistake and move on instead of pretending he's the guy, or we should be scared shitless that the staff has no clue what to look for in a QB.  Not like Teddy didn't have plenty of tape to watch and see he wasn't the answer. 

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7 minutes ago, CarolinaNCSU said:

Two options with this.  It's either good that the staff is willing to admit their mistake and move on instead of pretending he's the guy, or we should be scared shitless that the staff has no clue what to look for in a QB.  Not like Teddy didn't have plenty of tape to watch and see he wasn't the answer. 

Option 3: We're getting a different staff.

We've already seen speculation there'll be changes to the personnel department, probably post draft, and that's not unusual when you hire a new GM.

Mind you, I don't necessarily think Fitterer is just going to go scorched Earth and fire everybody.

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12 hours ago, SmokinwithWilly said:

I really wish we had played Walker or Grier. But then again we might have won another game. 

I would have liked to see more of PJ as well, sucks that we didn't have a preseason.

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