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Matt Maiocco has us taking Newton # 1 overall

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Fairley, Peterson, Green,or trade down

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i stopped reading after "Comcast SportsNet Bay Area's first attempt at a mock draft"

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I'd be okay with this. I'd be okay with Newton, Fairley, or Green with our first pick

don't want newton at all.

don't mind fairley.

don't want green.

peterson would be my first choice.

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don't want newton at all.

don't mind fairley.

don't want green.

peterson would be my first choice.

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if Newton is worth it, he's worth it. i'd bet Shula, Chud, Hurney and possibly even Rivera are going to sit down with him and watch him throw and drop back, get a feel for how he processes information, etc. i hiiiiighly doubt that anybody employed by the Panthers knows right now who they're going to draft at #1.

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Clausen has played in pro games and has had moments even if he's not great.

Stick any college kid - Newton, Luck, Gabbert, any of 'em - in the starting lineup of a pro game right now and they'd fold like an accordion.

Regarding Pike, I think we still don't know about him. You just can't reliably judge by last season.

Sheer speculation there. They would prob fair just as well as clausen, some better because of athletisim. Clausen was not given much help last year and was not athletic so he responded accordingly.

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Sheer speculation there. They would prob fair just as well as clausen, some better because of athletisim. Clausen was not given much help last year and was not athletic so he responded accordingly.

they would fail miserably without at least some NFL experience.

people have unrealistic expectations for rookies after Matt Ryan/Joe Flacco and now Bradford. rookie QB's are usually bad, and if we drafted Newton or Gabbert they would more than likely be just as bad as Clausen or any other rookie thrown onto a horrible offense.

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If the super bowl taught anybody anything yesterday it's that you want the best pure passing pocket QB you can get. Cam is not that.

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With all the comparisons I've seen between Big Ben and Cam Newton and with Riveras ability to build a top defense wherever he goes we could really be Steelersesque, I think JR just jizzed.

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