Carolina Carr thread

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  1. Wolf

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    He must be moonlighting as a pantomime.
     
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    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    He's allergic to leather .... it's not funny .
     
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    I should have scanned over the whole thread. alot about nothing after 1st page
     
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    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    Post #10 is Cabbage Ferguson .
     
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    Guess he doesn't want the second string center's butt juice on his wedding ring.
     
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    He's got the jazz hands down pat. Now he's just got to work on his pocket awareness, making his reads, delivering the ball on time, and making quicker decisions.
     


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    Hit me, hit me, David.........What's the matter with you?......... Can't you see, I'm wide open?
     
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    Those kind of look like latex gloves. I'm guessing the coaching staff made him use those rather than by his own will. Just a gut feeling though.
     
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    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    just curious (someone posted on the link) .. I know the coaching staff said they wouldn't mess with his throwing motion, but with the white gloves , is the coaching staff using that so they can better see his mechanics on film?
     
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    What's with the gloves? He never wore them here.
     
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    Love this post

    Carr would get sacked behind the Great Wall of China. I can't wait to see how bad the Panthers line starts looking when he gets in there (if ever).
     
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    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    So .... who would you take Glam Dave or Homeboy Jake ?
     
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    I think Carr is in charge of prostate exams for the Panthers now. Fumbled the clipboard too much.
     
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    I can feel your anger. :hothboy:
     
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    Even though DC has left us I wish him the best of luck in Carolina. He had a bad OL in front of him, which was part of the problem. He wasn't taught to read defenses adequately by the coaching staff. I mean, he's gone now. Can't people just lay off him now? If Schaub doesn't have a good OL in front of him he won't fare any better than DC. Then y'all will be blaming Schaub for something that wasn't entirely his fault. Y'all need to focus your diatribe on the OL and not on the QB. Anyway, the way I see it we should finish in second place in the AFC South behind Indy. :texflag:
     
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    carr sucked, didn't work hard to improve, was a horrible leader, primadonna, daddy's boy, poor mechanics, and to this day feels unaccountable for his failure.

    opinions such as yours which blame the OL only feed his unaccountability.

    the guy sucked and he is sucking in Carolina. when and if he gets a chance in Carolina and fails miserably AGAIN can we finally all admit that Carr sucked and was just another bad Casserley pick. Just because you were #1 doesnt make you good...it only makes you rich.
     
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    i nearly spit all of my coffee out on this one. kudos sir.
     

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