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Rank the Panthers Top 3 Needs

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  1. 1. Vote for 3

    • QB
      22
    • WR
      72
    • G
      4
    • T
      1
    • DT
      50
    • DE
      31
    • LB
      19
    • CB
      7
    • ST Specialist
      10

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Vote :willy_nilly:

Omitted

RB

S

TE

P

K

as I don't consider them need positions.

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Its a good thing you stickied this.

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Its a good thing you stickied this.

Why omit safety? We could use a back-up Strong Safety.

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Outside of WR I didn't really know what to pic due to most of htem really just needing depth or alternative answers/competition. So I went with QB and LB.

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WR

DT

SLB

in that order.

DE is up in the air, we could use some o-line depth but I don't consider it a huge need and we only need to be in the market for a backup QB, preferably a vet or UDFA that we can sign for cheap.

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WR, DT and special teams. i know alot of people probably picked LB over special teams, but connor or anderson will be serviceable at LB, but we definately need a ST returner, and a gunner, or two.

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I still don't understand how, with 3 required starters and 4 guys to fill those postions, LB is not a higher need on anyone's list...

I guess if you're comfortable with Mortty Ivy, Jordan Senn, Brett Warren, and Quinton Culberson, more power to you...

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