I thought I'd throw that thought out there to ruminate on, after reading the thoughts of our 3 TE's in this very recent Panthers.com article, titled "Tight-knit-tight-ends"
Reading the philosophy they all share - that the contributions of the whole is more important than any individual stats any one of them might amass -- sounds an awful lot like the way Double Trouble views it -- the team comes first, and they all pull together to achieve that team goal.
I suppose there might be another NFL team like ours, in that refreshing aspect -- but I don't know of one.
Here's King: "we realize what our role is and how we help this team out with both the passing game and the running game."
Here's Rosario: "Everyone would love to play every snap, but we have a very cohesive unit."
Here's Barnidge: "I think we all have our own special traits," Barnidge said. "We're all good at everything, and then some of us are better in one thing than the other, and that's what complements us as a group."
Call me a Homer, but I think those attitudes come from the coaches, and from the draft room staff that assemble a bunch of non-egotistical, team-oriented players -- and it all leads to forming a team we can be proud to cheer for.