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4 minutes ago, saX man said:

Damn how did I already forget James

Bradberry is a workhorse.  Steady and dull not flashy and erratic.  That is likely why people forgot or underappreciated what he does.  But that's the past.  The future is Horn.  The picking of Horn reminds me of the Derrick Brown pick.  We took the top defensive player on our board.  The top guy at his position.  Horn is more athletic than anyone we have had at corner.  The raw ability is off the charts.  

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Here's to hoping he lives up to the hype and then some. If he makes life difficult for the quarterbacks and receivers in our division I will have no complaints. If there were ever a worthy test for a rookie right out of the gate this will be it. Trial by fire.

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2 hours ago, Dex said:

Everytime he makes a big play should we play an air horn? Or a car horn? Tug boat horn?


Or maybe this?


I’m calling foul on that. Every single fart is the exact same sound. Not a flutter, wetness, growl or variance in cadence. No one has that kind of control. He sure doesn’t look like he won’t eat meet or Mexican or Pizza, etc.

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1 hour ago, OneBadCat said:

Bradberry was one of the best in the league last year. He's better than Norman was honestly. Norman was just a good gambler and has some clutch to him.

Norman had that unbelievable start to 2015, but Bradberry was better early, stayed consistently good and like last year has shown some great stretches. Bradberry’s already been at a high level for longer than Norman.

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How many of our CB's have had first team all pro years? 

1 Josh Norman, it was the best single season for a CB in panthers history.

Eric Davis and Chris Gamble had the best overall careers as CBs here.

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8 hours ago, MHS831 said:

Watched the video.   Horn is an alpha and he was the best on the video.  Shaaawing

I watched it also and don't think he was the best player there by any stretch, but he shouldn't be. He's a Rookie training with some of the League's best established veterans. I was encouraged because he seemed to listen to coaching, which means he will get better and learn and that's about as good as you can ask for IMO.

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