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How prepared are you for another hilariously miserable season?


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I just hope we know what we have in Corral by the end of the year. Would be awesome to know he's solid and if had a high pick could get a kings ransom for the QB war that will happen next draft. then get little Sewell to be MLB of the future. (my dream scenario i've built in my head already)

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I'm expecting another poor season. I'm not sure if I see 5 wins on the schedule. But I'm hoping for the best. I'm hoping a new offense is what the team needed. I'm hoping we have a new QB because we aren't a 5 win team the last several years with better QB's. I think we would have won more games last year with Teddy tbh.

One thing I can say for certain though, we can't really get worse at QB. I mean, assuming they don't roll out a PS QB or a spring league guy or something....okay maybe there actually is worse than Darnold?

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I am prepared for whatever. If you are an adult you should be as well. But I expect a much better performance this year and hopefully more wins. Schedule will be tough but there aren't many excuses.  I will be despondent and negative if we suck in October and November but for now am positive and looking forward to the season.

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4 hours ago, kungfoodude said:

Unless it is significant capital, trading for Baker wouldn't even be one of the top 10 dumbest things we have done under the Rhule era. 

Might want to review Dumb History of the Panthers under Rhule. It's a long list.

Yep,

I'm hoping to see significant improvement on the offense, with a new OC and assistants.  That is, if the line gels and whatever QB the team settles on can consistently move the ball without constantly turning it over. 

The defense's Achilles heel will be its inability to stop the run.  Not sure anything meaningful has been done to address this problem during the off season.  Snow is the best of Rhule's bad lot.  Regardless, he's not the answer on D and should have been replaced during the off season IMHO.  

3-7 wins, another losing season.

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12 minutes ago, NanuqoftheNorth said:

Yep,

I'm hoping to see significant improvement on the offense, with a new OC and assistants.  That is, if the line gels and whatever QB the team settles on can consistently move the ball without constantly turning it over. 

The defense's Achilles heel will be its inability to stop the run.  Not sure anything meaningful has been done to address this problem during the off season.  Snow is the best of Rhule's bad lot.  Regardless, he's not the answer on D and should have been replaced during the off season IMHO.  

3-7 wins, another losing season.

Yeah, if there aren't meaningful improvements SOMEWHERE, I just don't see how this isn't any easy thing to blow up in the offseason. 

But, I'm not David Tepper either. I do actually somewhat understand what I am looking at on the football field.

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5 hours ago, Jon Snow said:

I've been prepared for a long stretch of losing ever since Tepper took over.  From what I've seen so far this season will be no different. 

I feel so duped by Tepper, Even after all his dog water decision I could always say that he is at least investing 100's of millions into a new practice facility... couldn't even do that right, the rumors were very true, the guy is a cheap scape and yet the wealthiest owner in the league.... Just an honest to god terrible person in every aspect. 

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I'm prepared for another rendition of the Keystone Kops. I grew up watching the Cardinals when they were in St. Louis, so losing is not a new concept for me.

I have an advantage of most of you, since the Panthers are not on our Sunday schedule much out here and I don't have enough appreciation for the NFL anymore to pay to make more games available.  If they are on, I will watch them.  I don't watch many non-Panthers games.

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Prepare? Uh ... we've been trash since day one sans a few seasons. Can't even have back to back winning seasons. This is par for the course!

You need to ask ... are you prepared to (one day) see the Panthers be a success! And that I'd say: wow ... no I'm not. I'll have to shuffle Sunday plans from time to time, buy a jersey, head down to CLT to see a game here and there, follow talk radio again, get into what TV guys are saying.

That sounds like a lot of work.

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