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Observer article by Ellis Williams. How the Panthers got here


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This entire article has been written by a few on here from day one of this regime.  Confirmation Bias has been the key to believing any move was more than a “win-now” since the day Teddy was signed. Gilmore is one of the  least of any of those issues. 
 

    Negative trolling just seems to turn into fact around here awfully fast. 

   

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3 minutes ago, Toomers said:

This entire article has been written by a few on here from day one of this regime.  Confirmation Bias has been the key to believing any move was more than a “win-now” since the day Teddy was signed. Gilmore is one of the  least of any of those issues. 
 

    Negative trolling just seems to turn into fact around here awfully fast. 

   

It’s fact.   You can call it negative.  You can call it objective. You can call it an honest assessment. 

No matter what the label is, the facts of the moves happened. The impact of the moves failed in dramatic fashion   

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We're definitely in a bad spot, but truthfully, the only "win now" move was Gilmore, and even that one has some upside in that if we lose Gilmore, we'll get the pick back as a compensatory.  Darnold was a calculated risk that failed, though I still think the price was too high.  If you look at Henderson as a third round pick, he's in a good spot.

Even if we let both Jackson and Gilmore walk, the top of our CB room next year is Horn, Henderson and Bouye.  And we get picks back for Jackson and Gilmore.  The sky isn't falling, but it's definitely cloudy.

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Just now, Mr. Scot said:

New coach? Ja!

New GM? Nein 😑

Fitterer was infinitely more qualified for his job than Rhule was for his, but Tepper stupidly gave Rhule full control.

Im not in favor of throwing the baby out with the bathwater, especially since it'd mean Tepper picking both replacements.

Fire Rhule, fox the structure and let Fitterer and Morgan find the next coach.

I only agree with this sentiment like 60%. On the surface Fitterer looks like a good GM but he was hired to be essentially a yes-man to Rhule and Tepper. Or does he step up into his own after Rhule is gone?

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