BattlingBishop 5 Dec 10, 8:09 p.m.
Saw where Luke is now the NFL leader in total tackles with 130 stops according to the NFL.
According to the Panther coaches, Luke had 147 stops going into the Falcon game. The man is a tackling machine.
hovis Dec 12, 8:11 a.m.
Unreal numbers. He is on pace to have 208 tackles this season. I think somebody led the league a couple of years ago with 175. He should be in the discussion for ROTY, not to win it just the recognition.
blueduke4 Dec 13, 7:59 a.m.
Kuechly has quickly become one of my favorite players on this team. Blue collar, nose to the grind stone type of guy. Very hard worker and highly intelligent. I watched the kid get over 20 tackles in a BC game one year, and was yelling at the TV during the draft for Carolina to choose him. Our tackling was one of the worse in the league last season and he has quietly turned all that around.
Sauras69 Dec 18, 5:56 p.m.
I just caught this one. I don't go on here too much of late. No doubt that he is the best on this team in years. I'm talking all from several years to date. He has more heart than most I've seen in the entire NFL this year. ROY on the D.
LetsGetHigh Dec 24, 10:21 p.m.
The main thing about Luke is.....he doesn't get injured !!!!!!!!!!
PanthersFan45 Dec 26, 6:27 p.m.
He's been a phenomenal rookie. He has great football instincts and is always near the football. He made me forget about Dan Connor w/o hesitation.
Banned by Sissies Jan 1, 8:08 p.m.
He was a beast this year for sure. With TD playing all year at a pro bowl level, and Anderson a mainstay, if Beast can stay healthy it is an awesome LB roster. And they do have depth as well.
BattlingBishop 5 Jan 3, 10:17 p.m.
Kuechly leads the NFL in hits (164) & gets Pro Bowl snub. Just a popularity contest.
Sauras69 Feb 5, 6:00 p.m.
^^^ He won the prize in the end. Great motor every game out. If they had more with his heart and desire they could get back to the play-offs one day.
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