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No way to judge SOS until after a season.

Schedule implies games yet to be played.

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Carolina Panthers

Home: Atlanta, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Green Bay, Minnesota, Washington, Jacksonville, Tennessee

Away: Atlanta, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Detroit, Arizona, Houston, Indianapolis

4-12

You heard it here first.

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4-12

You heard it here first.

new coaching staff, lots of holes and about to spend #1 pick on someone who is not likely to play much next year, with no second rounder.

3-11, we will be in position to draft Luck or Barkley next year. If we draft newton, better hope he shows promise and someone gives a 1st for him next year when we draft Luck

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correct me if I am wrong but carolina did make it to the NFC championship year 2 right? Also went 7-9 after a 1-15 season. So its entirely possible, you dont have to be high on cocaine to look at whats already been done in the past.

You're not wrong in your statement, but you are wrong in your assessment of my post. I think the Panthers will be better than they were last year. But not by much.

I said a "couple years" which usually means two. Panthers are at least two years away, but parity does rain supreme in the NFL so it would not surprise me to see the Panthers good again in three MAYBE two years.....but be honest with your self man. No QB, aging superstars, and a entirely new coaching regime, and arguably the most competitive division in the NFL.:)

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It's possible and teams with less talent have done it before, however the strength of the NFC South makes it mighty tough.

Don't get it twisted, I hope they prove me wrong, but like I said earlier...

1. No QB

2. Aging superstars

3. Shaky oline

4. New coaching staff

5. hard, competitive division

I don't see it.

I'd also be interested to hear your teams with less talent that have "done it before."

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new coaching staff, lots of holes and about to spend #1 pick on someone who is not likely to play much next year, with no second rounder.

3-11, we will be in position to draft Luck or Barkley next year. If we draft newton, better hope he shows promise and someone gives a 1st for him next year when we draft Luck

If we take Newton in the first this year, and he sucks, you can add another 2 years to my original assessment. I see more of like 5-11 with a QB other than Clausen.

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Draft AJ Green this year, and his qb Andrew Luck next year....win superbowls within 5yrs

or go ahead and grab Newton, then next year when draft Luck convert Newton to be Chud's Tight End

I think you're kidding around about the TE thing, but they shouldn't draft a QB 1st overall b/c they feel like they "have to"......

Green or PP locks to be play makers in the league. I think Green would be an excellent pick.

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I think you're kidding around about the TE thing, but they shouldn't draft a QB 1st overall b/c they feel like they "have to"......

Green or PP locks to be play makers in the league. I think Green would be an excellent pick.

Yes, kidding about TE part

Unless the Panthers scouting personnel and Riveria really believe Cam is a Franchise QB and willing to put necks on the line over, and its not a wildcard selection...the smart pick is Green or defense(Darius/PP) because there are very good odds the Panthers will be in top 10, maybe top 5 next year and will have a good shot at 1 of the 3 franchise QB's that will be there next year.

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alot of our pending doom depends on Free Agency as well. What if lose Marshall and get nothing good as a replacement.

the new coaching and how quickly what players we have adapt to it is an open question. There is no reason to think the Panthers will be anything but 4th place in NFC South next season and have a great shot at the #1 pick and Luck or atleast get Barkley or Jones

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