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#226 RabidpantherMastakilla

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:09 PM

So bleys is skirting the question by saying "I think he is the best choice" and this Daniels dude who put his fat out of shape photo as his profile pic is a puss all together and will not even man up. What a clown. You know what the smart pick is but you have your emotional choice of green but you want stand by it and go in record and say he will go #1. I will even say he will not go #1 even if we trade the pick

#227 Baschski

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:10 PM

I think it's the best choice if we can't trade down because we can pick a DT in FA who will have an immediate impact. Fairley won't have an immediate impact, there is data that proves this..


The DT market isn't nearly as good as you all are trying to make it seem. Most of the good DT's that are FA's will be re-signed. Also, there is NO data that prove that Fairley won't have an immediate impact...unless you're saying that you have data which predicts the future? Lastly, please show us all the data which shows that AJ Green will have an immediate impact despite the fact that WR's usually take a couple seasons to break out and the fact that we still don't have a good QB to deliver him the ball?

#228 Baschski

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:11 PM

Here's what Fairley need to do to have an immediate impact:

1. Beat out Nick Hayden.

#229 RabidpantherMastakilla

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:12 PM

NEW YORK — We watched 15 picks come and go in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft before hearing the name Jimmy Clausen.

Then, with the No. 48 pick the Panthers handed in their draft card with his name, ending Clausen’s wait. We had been speculating on Clausen’s fate since the mid-first round, so our wait is over, too. We didn’t see any teams trade up for Clausen, and we found out they didn’t have to.

Here’s instant analysis from Mike Mayock:

“Clausen can make all the NFL throws, and what I think hurt him are the intangibles,” Mayock offered. “In my opinion, and*I can’t underscore this enough,*I think he’s a top-10 player [in talent]. Down the road in a couple of years, we’re going to find out.*I think he’s NFL-ready. He’s going to compete with Matt Moore immediately.”

Brian Billick also pointed out that there might not be a better spot for Clausen, as the Panthers have two elements in place — a solid offensive line and strong running game — that can benefit a rookie QB. The only other QB on the Panthers’ roster is second-year pro Hunter Cantwell.

NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora nailed it earlier Friday when he suggested that picks No. 48 (Panthers) or 49 (49ers) could be the floor for the QBs.

– Frank Tadych

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#230 trucpfan

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:13 PM

Only 1 guy had the balls to say we will draft green. What about the rest of you. Answer the question. Do you think we will draft green?


This is a poll that states who would you draft so I voted I would draft Green.

I wanna know who thinks it? Put yourself out there so you look like clowns on draft day


I'm not sure yet wait till the combine workouts and if I see a blazing 40 time along with his body of work I'll put myself out there. I don't know how that is gonna make anyone look like a clown how many times do people make incorrect mock drafts I read them all and everyone gets it wrong homie. I don't ever see someone going oh your wrong you look like a clown man let's be real.

Fairley, and it really is a no brainer.

Green should be the pick IF, and only if, we lose Smith this offseason


Why must we loose a top notch playmaker to gain one?? We cant have multiple weapons on the field at one time THE FOX ERA IS OVER stop limiting your self to these silly notions we are looking improve a major area of weakness offense. Our defense is not that bad with these no name DT's. If you want to sustain a winning team you have to build for the future also with AJ we could be set for years to come even after Smith with top notch performers.

All you dudes are in love with a j green and yeah he would be great to have but only a fool would pick him in our situation. I'm just sayin if he was even close to being a viable need we would pick him right? I trust our management and they typically draft well outside of the armanti move. We ain't picking green "son"


Impoved offense is a need more than improved defense ''son'' your funny dude

#231 RabidpantherMastakilla

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:14 PM

Guess what rodeo. If you followed camp last year it wasn't competitive Moore had to implode. Jimmy is not a top 10 in talent

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:14 PM

Mayock is usually extremely accurate. hands down the best draft analyst, pretty much the only trustworthy one.

he says Fairley sucks, basically. he dominates now because he's a "man amongst boys." he has a terrible worth ethic, horrible stance, and will be a bust in the NFL.

Mayock was dead on about Beason, Clausen, and just about all of our other picks over the past several years.


i agree with this

#233 RabidpantherMastakilla

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:14 PM

Until e brown is benched then I have no problem he is still young. Hardy is a beast. Peppers like talent

#234 RabidpantherMastakilla

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:16 PM

I will revisit this thread after the draft to laugh at these green loving bitches

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:16 PM

Rodeo lost credibility with the clausen comment. Mayock said clausen was top ten talent


http://nflmocks.com/...o-best-players/

There is also talk about the Rams looking for a quarterback with their first-overall selection. When asked about the possibility of a quarterback climbing to the top pick, Mayock said the move was unlikely.

“I think it’s a big reach,” Mayock said. “The logical guy is (Oklahoma’s Sam) Bradford. I’m not a big (Jimmy) Clausen fan. No way in the world in my mind -that’s today, I’ve still got a lot more work to do on Bradford. Those two players (Suh and McCoy) just dwarf the quarterback issue.”

#236 RabidpantherMastakilla

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:18 PM

You do realize this is a poll that has like 80 people voting for green, more than fairley


The DT market isn't nearly as good as you all are trying to make it seem. Most of the good DT's that are FA's will be re-signed. Also, there is NO data that prove that Fairley won't have an immediate impact...unless you're saying that you have data which predicts the future? Lastly, please show us all the data which shows that AJ Green will have an immediate impact despite the fact that WR's usually take a couple seasons to break out and the fact that we still don't have a good QB to deliver him the ball?


Finally someone with a brain

#237 KJDaniel31

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:22 PM

So bleys is skirting the question by saying "I think he is the best choice" and this Daniels dude who put his fat out of shape photo as his profile pic is a puss all together and will not even man up. What a clown. You know what the smart pick is but you have your emotional choice of green but you want stand by it and go in record and say he will go #1. I will even say he will not go #1 even if we trade the pick


Ok, its official. You are an incurable idiot. First, I'm 6ft2 and I weigh about 165, often heckled by my friends for being the only one still that skinny. I'm not saying im in incredible shape, but to look at a picture of me and call me fat is laughable. I get the feeling you are laughed at often though.. Second, I did a simple yahoo search and came up with countless links to Mayocks opinions on Clausen, which got worse and worse the closer the draft got.

http://rss.nbcsports...rts/player_news
http://profootballta...d-hurt-clausen/
http://www.playerpre...ausen-will-drop

And third, most of us have already stated who we would like to be picked #1, including myself IN THIS THREAD!

How about reading around instead of making yourself look like you gave up after failing 6th grade for the 4th time?

#238 rodeo

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:24 PM

i'm pretty sure this dude is Nick Fairley. his posts are like the internet equivalent of a yank to the facemask.

pop a xanax brah.

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:25 PM

It really doesn't take balls to say we will draft Green .What we say on this board won't
make a bit of difference.I say Panthers will make a mistake and not pick Green.
But who knows maybe they realize we had the most pitiful offense I've ever watched
in 40 years last year,The JETS ARE -PLAYING SOME GREAT DEFENSE but look at talent
at wide out .They are also aggressive on that side of the ball. Its the talent around their
average QB They have really upgraded at the skill positions.

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:27 PM

i'm pretty sure this dude is Nick Fairley. his posts are like the internet equivalent of a yank to the facemask.

pop a xanax brah.


It would take quite a bit of evidence to convince me that this guy was able to qualify for ANY college. I really have to stop arguing with him, I'm getting dumber by the minute and I can't afford much.


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