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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by DeToxRox, Jan 14, 2020.
Best punter of all time
Damn fine punter.
8 years for a punter is a good career
i don't think i can forget him crying after that concussion a couple of years ago. anyone critical of him retiring is insane. guy's brain has hit his skull way too many times.
Honestly, good for him. Walk away before your brains get permanently scrambled
Good for him. Great player
Going to miss watching him flying all over the field in Sunday’s. Great nose for the football.
Can’t imagine being 28, retired, and set for life.
Has to be a weird feeling. Do you feel accomplished or get stir-crazy?
I can certainly imagine it
Dream about it daily
I get stir crazy every now and then, but then just take a long vacation.
Fuck. He was an absolute thrill to watch every Sunday. Dude was a pre-snap magician knowing what was coming.
Really enjoyed watching him play
Guys, remember that poster that thought he was a punter. What. A. Fucking. Idiot.
Watching him cry on the field with his helmet off fucked me up. Announcers acted like it was an injury, but he was concussed
Good for him, living without a fucked up head(hopefully) beats any glory of winning a super bowl or gold jacket(which he very may well still get)
This just made my day
Pretty good linebacker for a punter
Wonder if he gets into coaching. Rhule hire him as DC for youngest staff ever
Damn. Just a testament to how big a toll the game puts on these guy’s bodies.
He should 100% be a first ballot HOFer.
28th rated kid in Ohio coming out, everyone but BC missed.
Going to need to listen to all his presnap audio. Might here some banging of trash cans.
Loved watching him and Brees go back and forth on presnap adjustments... until he got it right and blew up the play. Hell of a player. Also glad he was able to walk away. The image of him crying of the field stuck with me. I hope his brain isn’t already fucked up.
Kind of hard to fathom that he is likely the best Panthers defensive player I will ever see and, lord willing, I’ve got 50 years to go. He was on another level physically and mentally than everybody else on the field. I could go on, but my favorite play of his was the first of two (on back to back plays) interceptions against Dallas on Thanksgiving during the Super Bowl season.
Dropped into deep middle zone, cut off his drop midway when he saw how the route tree was breaking, figured out where Romo was trying to go with the ball, read that receivers route, broke to the spot where the ball was going to be delivered, all without watching the quarterback, picks his head up as he gets to the spot, picks the ball clean and houses it. It was as great a play as a middle linebacker could ever make, and the fact is he did it pretty routinely throughout this career.
I really hope he has a normal and healthy life, but I worry about those concussions. He’s an all time favorite
him at BC was incredible to watch
have to admit didn't watch him a ton in the NFL
Kinda surprised he's only 28. Figured he'd be at least 30.
nope thanks to time you’re wrong but you’d be right if you made this post 2, 3, 4, or even 5 years from now
I just talked to a buddy of mine, and he asked me if I thought LK was a Hall of Famer.. Without hesitation I said 100% first ballot, and I wasn't kidding. He absolutely is.
we recruited him hard. was upset he went to bc.
He's the second best linebacker I've seen in the NFL. First ballot, no doubt.
Made a Keuchly punter joke in the Joe Brady thread before he retired.
who is one for you? Ray?
Pretty sure he means Zach Thomas
Kuechly could be a hell of a DC. Went to see the panthers at saints his rookie year and every play before the ball was snapped he was already 2 steps in the direction the play was going by the time Brees got the ball in his hands.
I would be very concerned about the concussions. Maybe that's what brought this on.
A raven and a hurricane? No chance he has Ray#1
Well yeah, he killed a guy
Allegedly told someone to kill a guy.