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how many calls do you think the panthers got regarding bridgewater


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7 hours ago, KSpan said:

For better or worse I don't see how the team can trot him out again after the PR/verbiage used this offseason, backup or otherwise. The team's true feelings are exposed and Teddy is as lame a duck as Fox was in 2010, if not moreso after last year's perfomrance.

I don’t know if you heard Rhule discussing Teddy at the end of the season, but it was pretty obvious that he and TB had ‘the talk’. 
 

TB knew the team wanted an upgrade.

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4 minutes ago, Tbe said:

I don’t know if you heard Rhule discussing Teddy at the end of the season, but it was pretty obvious that he and TB had ‘the talk’. 
 

TB knew the team wanted an upgrade.

Right, but the public didn't necessarily have to know that. The team could have hedged by not being so public about it so that if they did need to bring Teddy back out, the fans would only suspect.

It's complicated for sure. The team just seems to have left themselves no option but to replace him, if not have him entirely off the roster, and it's an odd way to play it. On the flip side though perhaps we can view the directness as refreshing.

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22 hours ago, Sean Payton's Vicodin said:

we know that the eagles got some calls (no 1st rounders though) about wentz. we know teams have been calling about darnold, and watson. do you think the panthers received one phone call with all the reports that we are done with teddy??

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I don't care what the business model behind the de-franchise QBing of the Carolina Panthers was, the results are embarrassing and has added more of a question mark as to what the heck is this Tepper guy is good at and is it at all applicable to a successful FOOTBALL operation? I have yet to see a strong football move aside from hiring Rhule, which is still an ongoing evaluation.

Success doesn't always translate over from one profession to the next, ask MJ, great at basketball, baseball is a totally different sport so much so that his "greatness" didn't translate.

All these obvious and public mistakes, including the Teddy contract doesn't exactly engender trust from the diehards. In hindsight aside from 2010 (intentional on JRs part) Ive never seen this team more out of sorts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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