Found June 11, 2013 on Helmet2Helmet:
PLAYERS: Greg Hardy
TEAMS: Carolina Panthers
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 "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 e...
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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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