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Carolina Panthers 2 Key Things Regarding Kony Ealy

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Our D is absurdly nasty and I like it. I like it a lot.

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Godfrey restructured so this pick is just fine. We can shop for o-line help with that 4mill Gett saved. All isn't lost on the O-line if Chandler can step up and or Bell step in.

Good pick. He was on their radar like KB was. How fortunate.

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This guy and Hardy alone would be a nasty duo(in a year or two). If CJ can restructure later and be a veteran presence like TD, we can keep the band together for a while. I just know that teams will go with youth and talent in a heartbeat though, it's up to him. 10+ sacks this year and Hardy is getting that contract.

Good chess move GM. bravo

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WHY THE FUG DID HE TAG HARDY THAT WAS SO STUPID, WASTE OF CAP SPACE

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Here's the thing about it.

 

DE may be a need NEXT year... but CB is a need THIS year.

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I like Ealy a lot in the 2nd round and am pleased to have him in our team. WITH THAT BEING SAID, we probably should've taken Morgan Moses. He was also a first round talent, and unlike Ealy, I would have been happy with us taking him in the 1st round. He fell to us in the 2nd round, and IMO his level of talent + His filling of a position of strong need = the best possible pick at 60.

However, Ealy could help save us 10+ million dollars so.....

I've seen several sources that said the Panthers did not like Moses at all. Voth said it several times. Wonder what they saw when they vetted him.

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You can rationalize it however you want, nothing changes the fact that we drafted a backup in the second round when we need starters.

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You can rationalize it however you want, nothing changes the fact that we drafted a backup in the second round when we need starters.

 

We drafted a starter for the 2015 season.   

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We drafted a starter for the 2015 season.

Maybe, who's to say we won't still have CJ and Hardy next season? Too bad he's not a starter for the 2014 season, which is what we need.

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Maybe, who's to say we won't still have CJ and Hardy next season? Too bad he's not a starter for the 2014 season, which is what we need.

 

Has there ever been a rookie DE that was a starter in there first year?  I know what you are getting at you would rather have a starting rookie WR or OT.

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