Introducing the REAL backup QB for the Panthers

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  1. GP

    GP Go Texans!

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    Dalton Bell, from my college (WTAMU), will see significant playing time as they rest Delhomme and David nurses a broken toe.

    Dalton is going to light it up. I can feel it. Watched the dude at home games here in Texas for a few years, and he just moves around in the pocket while keeping his shoulders square and never giving up on his receivers.

    Here's a good story on the best backup QB you will find on the Panthers:

    http://www.panthers.com/Common/Article.aspx?id=23602

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    This is a story out of the Charolette Observer (not as detailed as the story from Panthers.com, above)

    http://www.charlotte.com/panthers/story/253526.html

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    This story talks about the relationship between Dalton and Ryan Leaf, the QB coach at WTAMU where Dalton played.

    http://www.amarillo.com/stories/102806/wts_5898640.shtml

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    Here's an article that shows how cool under pressure Dalton can be.

    http://www.amarillo.com/stories/090606/wts_5514922.shtml

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    Here's what happens when Dalton gets mad about a bad performance.

    http://www.amarillo.com/stories/100106/wts_5714899.shtml

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    Dalton goes 44-58 for 444 yards, hitting EIGHT different receivers.

    http://www.amarillo.com/stories/102906/wts_5918559.shtml
     
  2. Sideline

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    Read all the articles, love to hear about an underdog story, especially at the Quarterback position. May try and watch some of the Panthers game this weekend if possible to take a peek at him.

    I sure hope he lights it up.
     
  3. sakebomb

    sakebomb Hall of Fame

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    I'm thinking of drafting this guy on my fantasy team. :pirate:
     
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    if anyone can get this kid started in the right direction ryan can:gun:
     
  6. the wonger need food

    the wonger need food Hall of Fame

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    They had to keep him after the team signed a long-term deal with Michael Jackson's glove company...

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    Hee-hee... Shum'on...
     
  7. YellerLotYeller

    YellerLotYeller nice marmot

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    He might not need the glove this year....I hear McKinney has a terrible sweating problem.
     
  8. the wonger need food

    the wonger need food Hall of Fame

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    It won't matter either way. He'll always put the ball on the ground more than he puts it in the endzone. That's just what he does.
     


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