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  1. Panthers Tango with Cash

    The Falcons were actively pursuing him. So much for their recruitment video lol.
  2. Bradberry given JNo's number

    I have nothing against Bradberry or picking him, but if you're saying they gave him 24 because they expect he'll be as good as Norman this year by just slotting in someone else, you're very much mistaken. Who knows what kind of player he'll develop into, but let's not give him Josh Norman status just yet.
  3. Bradberry given JNo's number

    I have more faith in this team to be that petty. FFS this happened 2 weeks ago. And if anyone is expecting Bradberry to jump right in and play as well as Josh did last year, they're smoking that crack crack.
  4. Bradberry given JNo's number

    And what, pray tell, is the message being sent?
  5. Falcons Produce UDFA Recruitment Video

    Difference between us and the Falcons: When you're 15-1 and back-to-back-to-back division champions, you don't need a recruitment video to get people to want to play for you.
  6. Panthers Select Zack Sanchez CB Oklahoma in the 5th Round

    This makes plenty of sense, but now we're talking about strictly need rather than BPA and I thought Gettleman was all against that.
  7. Panthers Select Zack Sanchez CB Oklahoma in the 5th Round

    I don't know guys. I don't know. Taking my inflammatory SMF cap off for a second, I'm just legitimately not that enthused about this draft. I haven't been this less enthused for a draft since maybe the Everette Brown one. That doesn't mean I think we drafted busts, but I'm just not pumped after this draft. I liked the Robinson pick, but taking cornerbacks back-to-back-to-back...I don't see how it's possible to be super into this draft.
  8. Panthers Select Zack Sanchez CB Oklahoma in the 5th Round

    Can someone answer this question for me? If we're drafting by need like we appear to be, why would we draft a cornerback yet again? By drafting one in Rounds 2 & 3, it should no longer be a need right?
  9. So many touchy people. Haven't seen one argument yet that we're better off in 2016 with no Norman and Bradberry and Worley than with Norman and 2 studs in other positions. We're not resigning KB anytime soon and I don't know what's going on with Star now that we have Robinson. Even if we tagged Norman and kept the tag, the money was already there to offer an extension to Short. More people seem to be concerned about the Panthers' bottom line than our roster. I'm pro-Rivera. I promise you Rivera wanted Option A.
  10. Thompson and Miller were just hypotheticals, they could have been any other great player not at corner.
  11. Not drawing any conclusions. Option A would have happened if we hadn't rescinded the tag, Option B is what we get since we did. You can decide which team makes you more confident.
  12. Team A is going into 2016 with Josh Norman and Bene Benwikiere starting at corner and also grabs great players like Darian Thompson at safety and Braxton Miller at wide receiver. They don't have to worry about cornerback, so they use top picks on great players in other positions. Team B is going into 2016 with Bene Benwikere and either Brandon Boykin or a rookie starting at corner after having to spend multiple early picks on James Bradbury and Daryl Worley in hopes that one of them can start in 2016. Which team is in better position going into the 2016 regular season?
  13. On second thought...we should have paid Norman

    Jonathan Stewart did just make the Pro Bowl for the first time did he not?
  14. On second thought...we should have paid Norman

    But because of Josh's age when he was drafted, he's played in a total of 53 games and has started even less. He has about 3 seasons worth of hits on his body, that's it. Thomas Davis is 33, but he's said that the seasons he missed due to injury kept his body from absorbing as many hits and has actually extended his prime career. Jonathan Stewart is 29 and is showing no signs of slowing down, partly because he's always split time with another back or backs. Using age alone and not talking about any other factor is silly.