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Tepper says 5 year minimum for Rhule.


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1 hour ago, LinvilleGorge said:

Yeah, it's time to revert back to my pre-Peppers fandom. General NFL fan with favorite players I like to watch more so than favorite teams with a casual interest in the Panthers as the local team but with nothing concrete to solidify myself as a true Panthers fan. I mean, that's basically where I am. Tepper has stripped everything I loved away from the Panthers so yeah... that's kinda where I'm at. I don't anticipate watching a whole lot of Panthers games moving forward. I'll pay attention to see if there any signs of change or evolvement but I'm not expecting it.

Rescind your mod status and gtf if you can't weather the storm. 

 

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7 minutes ago, panthers55 said:

Tepper appears to like Rhule in the rah rah role so he brought in football folks to run the front office and to actually coach the players.  This could work. 

So the HC of an NFL football team isn't a "football" guy and you think that's a winning formula? 

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9 minutes ago, MHS831 said:

The average NFL career is about 3 years--so a 5 year plan makes sense. 

 

Was gonna post the same thing. Have a plan in place longer than the average players career span.

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23 minutes ago, WOW!! said:

The bonds were RH problem and again RH asked to not discuss this in the media...

Plain and simple RH defrauded in the original deal wanted to negotiate after the fact and Tepper said no..

Let's move on .

Bonds don't magically appear.  We know RH accuses Tepper of being a wrench in that.  Maybe he was, maybe he wasn't. 

Tepper has refused to answer all questions and did so before he nixed the deal and before RH allegedly  begged him not to say a word about anything and everything. 

again, good reporters don't not ask questions because rich people don't want to answer them.   

and to quote Tepper today, he is idiot and has made a lot of mistakes. 

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7 minutes ago, CRA said:

Bonds don't magically appear.  We know RH accuses Tepper of being a wrench in that.  Maybe he was, maybe he wasn't. 

Tepper has refused to answer all questions and did so before he nixed the deal and before RH allegedly  begged him not to say a word about anything and everything. 

again, good reporters don't not ask questions because rich people don't want to answer them.   

This isn't gotcha reporting or a big time news story at this point....

Once the guy says 3x he isn't answering the question why asked him 20 more times about it..

Especially when 70% of the fan base don't give a fug about Rock Hill..

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27 minutes ago, Shotgun said:

So the HC of an NFL football team isn't a "football" guy and you think that's a winning formula? 

It depends on how everyone's role is defined. When Rhule was making the decisions about personnel we made mistakes compounded by an inexperienced staff. With competent people running all phases of the actual football program and good office folks making personnel decisions, it means he can let the football folks do their job while he oversees everything but doesn't have to micromanage everything.  Rhule was a good college football guy but not a great NFL football guy although he is learning. If he allows his folks to do their job then no he doesn't have to know everything or be the smartest guy in the room. Often HCs spent more time managing people and herding cats than they do making up gameplans and doing Xs and Os.

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7 minutes ago, panthers55 said:

It depends on how everyone's role is defined. When Rhule was making the decisions about personnel we made mistakes compounded by an inexperienced staff. With competent people running all phases of the actual football program and good office folks making personnel decisions, it means he can let the football folks do their job while he oversees everything but doesn't have to micromanage everything.  Rhule was a good college football guy but not a great NFL football guy although he is learning. If he allows his folks to do their job then no he doesn't have to know everything or be the smartest guy in the room.

Call me crazy but I want a football guy for a HC. We will probably improve if he is kept away from football coaching decisions though.  

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2 minutes ago, Shotgun said:

 

Call me crazy but I want a football guy for a HC. We will probably improve if he is kept away from football coaching decisions though.  

Of course we all want the next Belichick, but my point was that if he stays in his lane and let the coordinators do their job we could be much improved despite him.

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1 minute ago, panthers55 said:

Of course we all want the next Belichick, but my point was that if he stays in his lane and let the coordinators do their job we could be much improved despite him.

Hopefully that lane is one of the "football" people handing him a 20 and telling him to go see a movie...on game day. lol

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