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Adb6368

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  1. But it will help our first next year. It all evens out in the end. You should be drafting starters the first 2 rds every year
  2. Maybe the entire team (coaching staff included) will stop replay watching and get to the huddle and maybe create this little thing called tempo...
  3. Cutting a rookie safety that started 15 games for you? That's not even realistic to discuss. He had 73 tackles and 4 interceptions.
  4. Why the hate on Wilks?

    Is this a true fact? Like... last as in 32nd? Were we really that bad? We went 5-2 in that span
  5. Imagine NBC in that scenario??? You pay $$$$$$ to broadcast a super bowl and you have one of tenn/Jacksonville vs potentially minnesota or a philly team with a backup qb. Prepare yourself for a HUGE game next Sunday: NE and the officiating crew against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The result has already been determined.
  6. Why the hate on Wilks?

    Serious question... if ron Rivera doesnt meddle in any offensive play calling and wilks gets all the blame for the defensive scheme. What the hell does Ron do all game????
  7. CMC would have the exact same role he had this year which saw anywhere from 10-15 touches a game. Whoever drafted would come in and hopefully replace stews 1-2 yd gains with 3-4 yd gains. Has absolutely no effect on CMC
  8. He was injured for almost half the season - and it was a shoulder injury none the less! I may be wrong but when your job is to go up and catch the ball it may be a little difficult when your shoulder isn't healthy. I think he has the talent to be a Mushin Muhammad. I'm not as down on receivers as everyone else - I think a veteran presence like Mike Wallace would be exactly what we need to bring in next year.
  9. Chubb was on his way to being an all-time great until he hurt his knee his sophmore season. Although he probably won't ever live up to what he could have been he's still more than serviceable. However, my theory is that you should never take a RB that stays all 4 yrs of college. Not because they may not be any good, but because RB lifespans are so short. Everyone takes a huge dip after 30 (see Stewart, Johnathan for example). I'd rather draft someone just as serviceable that had 1 or 2 less years of tread in college.
  10. Wouldn't that be a dream come true? I'd assume coordinators have some guaranteed money in their contract? If so, Norv could get hired, do absolutely nothing for a few months, then get fired and get a nice parting gift before calling a down of live football. Norv may be more worried about his legacy than money at this point though...
  11. His plan of run, run, play action pass shouldn't go for very much..
  12. Teddy Bridgewater is 6'3, 215 lbs, and ran a 4.79 40 yd dash Cam Newton is 6'5, 250 lbs, and ran a 4.59 40 yd dash They ARE NOT the same qb. Stop trying to compare teddy bridgewater to cam newton. Teddy may be a touch more accurate than cam but other than that cam is far and away a better qb. Stop trying to say Norv's offense won't work because he didn't use Teddy Bridgewater right. You're comparing apples to oranges.
  13. Official 2018 Panthers free agent list

    I feel extremely confident about one thing this year: Somehow, someway, brenton bersin will find a way to play in a panthers jersey next year at some point. Death, taxes, and brenton bersin getting a panthers contract. Those are guarantees in life.
  14. Mock offseason moves

    Agree with everything except I’d like to keep one of star or norwell and would rather have Chubb over Sony michell. Need a power back as opposed to speed
  15. I really do hate this saying and I may get crushed for this but... the answer actually is on our roster currently. Curtis Samuel - 4.31 40-yd dash at NFL combine. 20th best of ALL TIME Damiere Byrd - 4.28 40-yd dash at his pro day. Obviously not comparable as he was not invited to the NFL combine. Both of these players were not available for the most important game of our year. And yes, I know Samuel wasn't a world-beater prior to injury but he was hurt all offseason. I have a feeling if he is healthy for TC he will have an impact next year similar to what CMC had for us this year. We do have speed, it just was not present when we needed it. The point of this is - we have much bigger holes elsewhere. Namely DE, CB, S, T, TE and potentially guard if Norwell leaves. We should not be wasting valuable cap space on WR or drafting one high when we saw flashes of what speed looked like throughout the year. Cam made Kaelin Clay look serviceable! Imagine what he will do with his full arsenal of weapons heading into next season.
  16. Norv would be good for Cam.

    You are confusing the hell outta me today.
  17. Replacement Possibilities

    I would go absolutely nuts if Bruce Arians decided he wanted to come back as something other than a HC. I wonder if Atlanta would let him out of his contract for this? Probably a pipe dream but one that I'm amazed i can even think about today...
  18. That pick worked out real well for the Bengals
  19. Butler to replace Star?

    I am absolutely baffled by the fact that Butler weighs 15 pounds more than Star who is listed at 315. His entire career I assumed Star was a damn anchor but it turns out Butler has him beat by more than a Thanksgiving dinner. This fact alone makes me feel a little better about the idea of Butler stepping in. That and the fact that he really came on towards the end of the season.
  20. Changing of the Guard

    A very slippery slope to defend him these days yet every single player we've heard from is beyond complimentary of him. He may have messed up but you will be hard-pressed to find an owner that players respect more. A bittersweet pill for sure.
  21. PU for majority owner
  22. Our running came coincided exactly with whether or not R Kalil was playing. Agreed with cutting several vets including Stewart and CJ, however, R Kalil proved his worth this year.
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