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My Friend of Misery


After reading a short while ago that Brian St. Pierre will be starting at QB for the Panthers this Sunday, I had to hop over to SBN's Cat Scratch Reader to see how the Panthers' faithful were taking it. What I found, once there, was a surprise.

I nearly got to that post about the St. Pierre news, when I stumbled upon a more interesting post right below it:

http://www.catscratchreader.com/2010/11/17/1818412/the-1-pick-how-will-the-panthers-use-it

Apparently, there is a very strong belief by "Revshawn" that they're getting that top pick. But that's not why I bring this up here - it's not that they get it, but the way in which he feels the Panthers should and will use that pick: DEFENSE.

It's a well-written and well-composed argument for the Panthers taking a player on defense. I recommend you all read it and try to gain a bit of perspective on a team not too dissimilar from the Bills.

I do wonder how in the world though, they could pass on a QB knowing what they know now? That's the way I feel. And that's why I think this is interesting to us as fans of the Buffalo Bills.

So does this surprise anyone else - this point of view over at Cat Scratch Reader?

Just another great fan opinion shared on the pages of BuffaloRumblings.com.

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