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About PanicPete

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  1. Can't stand seeing 30-50 yd penalties for ticky tack crap. I'm all for it. Players won't play any different then they already do. The offense still likely gets a first down and keeps moving as it should.
  2. Not to mention if we signed Norwell AND one of these "upgrades" we would have almost 0 cap flexibility and still holes in our secondary. 5 million for Smith is a bargain. That Breeland signing screwing up hurts us. How Hurney reacts will go a long way in how I feel about this offseason. Before we heard about the injury, I loved the offseason so far.
  3. As much as I hate the Saints, that has to be one of the best drafts ever.....took NO from a likely losing record and poor season to one of the better teams in the league. It can certainly be done!
  4. Can anyone confirm how this is possible/ if it is correct? LMAO
  5. It's utterly ridiculous. Every deal is in a vacuum for some of these people.....you have to consider the big picture and ya know the salary cap
  6. Breeland a Panther

    Well he is a starting caliber NFL player where Worley isn't so that's a good start
  7. Also a fair point. I just think he deserves one last shake at things. If his contract was stopping us from some big move or addition I'd be on board with cutting him.
  8. Kalil has earned the benefit of the doubt from this team. Give him another year to try and stay healthy. Anything we do with that cap space isn't going to cause a big enough impact to justify cutting Kalil(even if he only plays 10 games)
  9. I like the sound of this, could be good value. Parker and Adams would be nice veteran leaders for whatever safety we draft this year
  10. I don't like bringing Hurney back(I don't ever like retread hires in coaching or front office), but I'm trying to keep an open mind and judge him only on this teams current situation. So far, I like the Smith trade a lot. I'm hoping for more savvy affordable moves like that and a great draft. I think stacking comp picks and filling holes with young cheap guys and seeing what we have in our young WR's is the way to go this year. Then next year make a splash based on their performance because the free agent class this year is poor and it's showing with how much money is being thrown around for less than stellar talent
  11. A lot of people have no clue how to build a consistent successful football team or how to manage a salary cap either lol
  12. Panthers trade Worley for Torrey Smith

    Lol, I see. Mostly lurk here. The reactionary stuff is just crazy. KB trade ended up being a great idea, sky was falling then too. Bottom line is that in a salary cap world you have to hit on a few of these value signings and trades rather than go out and blow stupid money in FA like the Dolphins, Bucs and Giants like to do. Torrey Smith is a smart chance that could pay nice dividends given this teams success with similar WR's(Ginn)
  13. Panthers trade Worley for Torrey Smith

    I seriously don't see how anyone can poo on this move or not see it at worst as a solid low cost gamble. Worley was not good. Our secondary needs an overhaul and it looks like it will get it this offseason. Smith is a skillset we have been lacking. Between one of Smith/Byrd we will finally be able to attempt deep passes again
  14. Wat.... We just had a multi sack multi turnover defensive performance and geld a pretty good offense(11th in league) to less than 20 points. Our offense is ridiculously inconsistent....can't convert on turnovers, leaving points on board, odd playcalling, run game is a wildcard
  15. They gashed us a few times. Part of it may be the fact that we were wary of Rodgers and the Packers just were not running for whatever reason even after those big gains and the game was close. Look out next year for GB's running game if they actually decide to use it. Jones and Williams are a nice 1-2 punch.