Originally written on Helmet2Helmet  |  Last updated 11/16/14
Look out, Michael Strahan. On Tuesday, Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy revealed that his goal in 2013 is to record 50 sacks, which would more than double Strahan's single-season record of 22.5 “Why shoot low, right?" Hardy said, via ESPN.com. "If I’m going to shoot at it, I’m going to shoot at it with a 50 caliber. I’m going to shoot at a little bird with a 50-caliber bullet. That’s the goal for this year, 50 sacks, that’s where I’m at. That’s the goal, 50. You heard it first." As a point of reference, Hardy recorded "just" 11 sacks last season, and has 18 over his four-year career. Charles Johnson led the Panthers with 12.5 takedowns in 2012. Hardy, however, is supremely confident in both himself and Carolina's defensive line, which now includes first-round defensive tackle Star Lotulelei and second-round defensive tackle Kawann Short. “Our D-line is about getting money and not like you all are thinking," Hardy said. "Just everybody winning. If the tackles are gettin...
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  • What the hell is this clown smoking, no way he gets 50 sacks. Geez, he would only have to average 3+ sacks per game, that's all. This dude is a moron for setting himself up for that kind of failure. The guy only has 18 sacks in his 3 year career in which he played in all but two games...and his high season was last year with 11. It amazes me just how freakin' stupid some people can be.
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