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Sheena Quick on Baker Mayfield to Panthers trade


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1 hour ago, kungfoodude said:

Plus, if Tepper can't read the tea leaves as elite QB after elite QB chooses not to come here......I really don't know what to say.

Sadly, the Panthers are quickly becoming both the armpit and the a--crack of the nfl. You know the monikers once reserved for Oakland and Cleveland.

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12 hours ago, 3838 said:

But the Huddle doesn't get it.

Tomorrows episode: "Verge" predicts Tom Brady to Carolina.....(Face/Palm}

I stopped trusting her when she used a supposed “big breaking news” to get people to watch her terrible podcast. I’ll never get that time back. 

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30 minutes ago, Aintmsbhavn2da said:

Sadly, the Panthers are quickly becoming both the armpit and the a--crack of the nfl. You know the monikers once reserved for Oakland and Cleveland.

You wouldn't know it while visiting the huddle and seeing posters complaining about negativity. You'd think we were the class of the NFC and we should all just be thankful we get to watch the magic at work.

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2 hours ago, TLGPanthersFan said:

I stopped trusting her when she used a supposed “big breaking news” to get people to watch her terrible podcast. I’ll never get that time back. 

I have a podcast? Woah, I had no idea. 

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15 hours ago, onmyown said:

Lol…

Well Quick is possibly the worst…whatever you want to call her. She’s been wrong consistently.

I mean, it's not like the tweet really gave any new groundbreaking information, or purported to, it's just more of an update. I believe that the point is is that it was so inconsequential that it wasn't even worth posting here.

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