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31 Jul 2013
By canning Ron Rivera! Oh, wait, you mean they kept him? Hmm. Well, there are other things they can do.
Posted by: Vincent Verhei on 31 Jul 2013
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02 Aug 2013, 10:46am by
"Steve Smith needs help..."
I feel like we've been saying that about the Panthers WR corps ever since Mushin Muhammed left the building.
The first time or the second time?
Mostly the first time, since the second time he left was only after a cameo appearance. My perception as a non-Panthers fan is that since 2005, their WR2's have mostly been a collection of Keary Colbert types (unfortunately that's the situation with my favorite team, as well).
You mean like Dwayne Jarrett and late-career Keyshawn Johnson. Anyone else coming out of Southern Cal that we can draft next year?
Hey, Mike Williams is still available!
Hmmm. Will Marquise Lee be a successful NFL player *unless* he goes to the Panthers?
All signs point to YES.
I read the first sentence wrong in the blurb. I thought it said by caning Ron Rivera! The next sentence clarified that I had missed an n. Of course caning him might be the proper solution after keeping him.
Caning is how I wish the Lions solved the Matt Millen problem.
Touche. Outstanding arguments. Keep up the amazing effort.
The subject reminds me of an old cartoon with the caption "... and then a miracle occurs."
Will Adrian Peterson leave Minnesota for a warmer climate in 2015?
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