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Teddy Opens up About Carolina (CBS)


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2 hours ago, Riv said:

Yes.  Clearly I don't agree with what we are doing.  This is obvious though, right?

No people are shitting all over you and you're too stupid to notice lol

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If he wears big boy drawers why wouldn't he take it upon himself to speak up? He was paid to be the guy. The Panthers had him all over social media. This was his big opportunity to showcase what he had again and his best excuse is the coaches didn't make him practice enough? He is grinning from ear to ear while telling everyone he has no leadership. I'm not even mad at him I'm more disappointed in the staff for buying into that fools gold the first year into the new regime after all the talk of a rebuild and a process.

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56 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

Neither are good enough. That's what is important. Allen had the very key advantage of being a fraction of the cost. So yes, Allen at his contract was definitely better than giving Teddy $63M over 3 years.

*40 million for 2 years. Not a fan of the contract either, but quarterbacks don't come cheap.

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Just now, Jorgie said:

*40 million for 2 years. Not a fan of the contract either, but quarterbacks don't come cheap.

QBs the caliber of Teddy and Kyle Allen do. That's why we had to eat a good chunk of his salary to offload him. He's only hitting the Broncos for $4.4M this year.

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4 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

QBs the caliber of Teddy and Kyle Allen do. That's why we had to eat a good chunk of his salary to offload him. He's only hitting the Broncos for $4.4M this year.

Teddy is significantly better than Kyle Allen.

The panthers were desperate and Teddy was coming off a great showcase in New Orleans, it’s easy to sit here and criticize the decision but hindsight is 20/20. 
 

He was brought in to be a stop gap and stymie the bleeding. What I think happened was the coaching staff was holding Teddy to task over the decision making and from there the relationship deteriorated.

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Teddy rightfully gets crap for coming up small time and time again. But why does everyone give Brady the benefit of the doubt? There's no question he needs to get better at situational playcalling. Is it really unfathomable that a coach, who's biggest prior experience was spending a single year as the passing game coordinator for a college team that was literally unchallenged the entire year, might not have fully developed his situational playcalling? And then he had to make the huge leap into the pros in the middle of a pandemic without anything close to a normal offseason to prepare? I think he'll do a lot better this year with more experience and hopefully a qb better equipped to execute plus a healthy CMC, but he left a lot to be desired in 2020. 

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9 minutes ago, Jorgie said:

Teddy is significantly better than Kyle Allen.

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significantly? 

Then why did Kyle win more games than Teddy? And throw more TDs?  despite playing in less games...and with a bad OC? 

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19 minutes ago, Jorgie said:

Teddy is significantly better than Kyle Allen.

The panthers were desperate and Teddy was coming off a great showcase in New Orleans, it’s easy to sit here and criticize the decision but hindsight is 20/20. 
 

He was brought in to be a stop gap and stymie the bleeding. What I think happened was the coaching staff was holding Teddy to task over the decision making and from there the relationship deteriorated.

Teddy is trash and we paid him like a mid-level starter. If you're going to be forced to start a QB the level of a Teddy or Kyle Allen, go with the guy that's going to cost you a fraction of the price. If we had it to do over again, that's what we would've done. I'd bet money on that.

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