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Does Kealoha Pilares beat out Armanti Edwards?


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#73 CRA

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Posted 04 June 2011 - 02:32 PM

Edwards has more potential.

i doubt the new kid sees the field this year

Edited by CRA, 04 June 2011 - 02:38 PM.


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Posted 04 June 2011 - 02:48 PM

Edwards has more potential.

i doubt the new kid sees the field this year


Cam Newton does as well but they have a ton of work to do. If they both reach that potential greatest show on turf part II. But that's a big IF.

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Posted 04 June 2011 - 03:30 PM

Don't be surprised is Charly Martin wins a spot. He is that Ricky Proehl type of player. Had he not gotten hurt in the preseason we would have never picked up Clowney or Martin.

Neither one of those guys did JACK for us. He is my darkhorse.


Charly has a lot of potential. I wish he would take it to the next level. Part of the reason he never saw the field too, besides injury, is Foxy. You know how he is.. Preference with veterans.

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Posted 04 June 2011 - 04:11 PM

Charly has a lot of potential. I wish he would take it to the next level. Part of the reason he never saw the field too, besides injury, is Foxy. You know how he is.. Preference with veterans.


I fail to see C Martin as anything but pedestrian at best, however, I do want to see a white WR flourish again in Carolina. haha. AE has great potential, if he can grasp the physicality of the game. Pilares, I'm very stoked on. Not just because he's short and smitty sized, or whatever Fiz condenscendenly referred to, but because his RB skills and YAC potential as a 3rd/4th WR. Some analyst said of the pick: this is the kind of pick the Colts or Patriots make in the 5th round. As much as I hate analysts, I think that particular one might just be right.

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Posted 04 June 2011 - 06:12 PM

I see them both playing. Pilares is going to remind people of Steve Smith. I am sure some will argue that such a comment is crazy, but if I said that Steve Smith the Utah Senior would become Steve Smith they would say the same thing. Pilares is not as gifted, but in the right system, he could be good. This system could be the right system.

Look for 5 active WRs to see the field on offense. 2 slots, a #1, and a #2. Neither will start, but both will play. Look for Pilares and Edwards to play slot, Gettis, Lafell, and possibly a veteran to play outside.

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Posted 04 June 2011 - 06:14 PM

Whoever can field a punt?

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Posted 04 June 2011 - 06:16 PM

I fail to see C Martin as anything but pedestrian at best, however, I do want to see a white WR flourish again in Carolina. haha. AE has great potential, if he can grasp the physicality of the game. Pilares, I'm very stoked on. Not just because he's short and smitty sized, or whatever Fiz condenscendenly referred to, but because his RB skills and YAC potential as a 3rd/4th WR. Some analyst said of the pick: this is the kind of pick the Colts or Patriots make in the 5th round. As much as I hate analysts, I think that particular one might just be right.


That's why I like Pilares over Armanti. His experience at the RB position. I'm still hopeful of Martin. Clowney As well.

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Posted 04 June 2011 - 06:33 PM

I see them both playing. Pilares is going to remind people of Steve Smith. I am sure some will argue that such a comment is crazy, but if I said that Steve Smith the Utah Senior would become Steve Smith they would say the same thing. Pilares is not as gifted, but in the right system, he could be good. This system could be the right system.

Look for 5 active WRs to see the field on offense. 2 slots, a #1, and a #2. Neither will start, but both will play. Look for Pilares and Edwards to play slot, Gettis, Lafell, and possibly a veteran to play outside.


Chud never had 5 WRs record catches in either of his 2 seasons as OC. Nor do I think he even had 4 different WRs catch a pass in a season.

In 2007, Chud's WR with the 3rd most catches....had 3 catches.

In 2008 Chud's WR with the 3rd most catches....had 17 catches

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Posted 04 June 2011 - 07:06 PM

Whoever can field a punt?


If this is the determining factor... Edwards is SCREWED! Lol

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Posted 04 June 2011 - 07:13 PM

With the new coach, they will both get an equal chance. Frankly, I give Pilares the edge because, at this point, he is easier to write plays for. Combined with fact that he is a converted RB and has a quick 10-yard time, I'm sure Chud has already drawn up a number of interesting plays involving short passes to him.

Edwards has a chance, but last preseason he looked like he was still in need of a lot of work. Let's see how they look in TC.