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From Peter King's Football Morning in America column today


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29 minutes ago, Toomers said:

How are they baked? That’s exactly what they have spent, and are still committed to. And still don’t have a 2022 QB signed. 60M for a below average year, an awful half season, and a guy who was on the couch as the hope for the future. 

They are baked because we haven't spent 60 million yet.  We've spent 42 million.  We are committed to spend 18 next year.  He's trying to say we've spent 60 million over two years.  We haven't.  We've spent or committed to spend 60 million over three years.

We're going to spend more yet since our starter for next year is not going to be Darnold.

I just don't like when people say things that aren't true to generate buzz.

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Meh, irrelevant sports expert that pumps out more unreadable insights that has been discussed on the Huddle for weeks.

There are too many places to get good Panther content and not crap produced by a dinosaur working at PFT dreaming of their glory days when there weren't better options readily available on the internet.

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26 minutes ago, hepcat said:

A long article pretty much telling us we should have just drafted Justin Fields and signed Andy Dalton or something. This team is so dumb.

Summed up nicely.  Hopefully lesson learned.  I think there was a logical decision to release Cam.  At that point in time.  Same for the TB and Darnold signing.  But damn it does look incredibly stupid now.  

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1 minute ago, Pejorative Miscreant said:

Summed up nicely.  Hopefully lesson learned.  I think there was a logical decision to release Cam.  At that point in time.  Same for the TB and Darnold signing.  But damn it does look incredibly stupid now.  

If they had kept Asswater and drafted Fields that would have probably been the best move. I think despite the fans best intentions, the team listens to us a little too much LOL. 

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This group of Huddlers was gloom and doom for the past month and probably rightly so--how did a good game by the OL and 9 plays from Cam change that?  Now we are talking playoffs--what a roller coaster of emotion most Huddlers willingly board. It is like watching a crying baby suddenly start laughing because someone makes a funny face. 

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6 minutes ago, MHS831 said:

 

This group of Huddlers was gloom and doom for the past month and probably rightly so--how did a good game by the OL and 9 plays from Cam change that?  Now we are talking playoffs--what a roller coaster of emotion most Huddlers willingly board. It is like watching a crying baby suddenly start laughing because someone makes a funny face. 

I'm sure it has a lot to do with how incompetent the team looked for the last month - and all of a sudden came out with one key change and beat the piss out of the team that had the best record in the league. Before you hit the quote button and point out that the other team was without their MVP level QB and best WR, I'll say I know it is an overreaction for sure, but forgive fans for wanting to be excited since we haven't been in a long time.

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5 minutes ago, X-Clown said:

and all of a sudden came out with one key change and beat the piss out of the team that had the best record in the league. 

Totally agree here. I will add to this.  I actually think it was 3 things:

1. The Cam Factor as mentioned. Nothing more to say.  

2.  PJ gets lost in this but I think he gave the offense a couple wrinkles that allowed effectiveness between the 20s.

3.  The biggest liability on offense was not on the field.  I had doubts about Sam but gave him the benefit of the doubt in the beginning.but Yesterday proved this experiment was a failure.  
 

Yes, AZ was without a star QB yesterday, but we have been hamstrung without a functioning QB all season.  

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