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What they're saying: Panthers rank high in skill talent


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22 minutes ago, stbugs said:

Well yeah, he made out like a bandit. So did Short and Okung. Those two milked $40M off of us the past two years for 11 games. It’s seriously insane to think about how much money Marty threw away in 2019/2020. Makes you wonder if he even knew what cap rollover was. He’s like my wife, if there’s money in her account before she gets paid again, it’s gotta be spent! Probably some old GM get together where they pranked Marty into believing that the NFL won’t give you the cap for the new year if you have anything left from the old year.

I think Marty's actual problem was always believing he was a few moves away from being a Super Bowl team. 

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23 hours ago, Carolina Panthers said:

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One analyst puts them in the top quarter of the league, in terms of players who can make their quarterback's life easier.

View the full article on Panthers.com

Stroking your own cat I see.

Yes, there is talent, but let's see how Sam does because all those spokes need a hub or that wheel won't work.

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