Carolina On My Mind: Crowded Panthers Quarterback Situation Benefits Tony Pike

April 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

No one expected a great deal out of the Carolina Panthers on Draft Day.  A rather quiet offseason, capped off by the departure of key defensive end Julius Peppers, left Panthers fans wondering just where their once promising team was headed and whether or not they can muster up enough talent and skill to once again rally in the NFC South.
Now that the draft is well and truly in the books, Carolina can look toward what they hope will be a more-than-promising future.  Key issues still arise for Carolina, predominantly on defense, but it is important that John Fox sorts out just who his starting quarterback will be. 
Much like the Denver Broncos, the Carolina Panthers have a quarterback situation that needs addressing, and although Matt Moore seems to be the heavily favored starter at this point in time, a case could be made for both Jimmy Clausen and Tony Pike.
All three are inexperienced players.  Matt Moore, having only played a handful of snaps in ...

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