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Justin Blackmon or Alshon Jeffery?

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#49 Kuech Da Sneak

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 06:31 AM

TruCatz......your posts are always all over the place. I can't decide whether you're a schizo, bipolar, going through menopause or just a troll.

Dammit, which one is it?

#50 Brokenbad


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Posted 26 June 2011 - 06:43 AM

Dude, I was just fuggin with you... No hard feelings? It's a good thread... I was just joking, trying to stir the pot a lil bit but nobody went for it. I don't have a problem with you or your thread. Can we be friends to the end?

Sure thing,

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 07:07 AM

Jeffery, heard he has got a great head on his shoulders, and his physical stature is phenomenal. Blackmon has had character issues

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 07:10 AM

Panthers have several positions for needed talent infusions.

Mercifully, Hurney did not trade away draft picks this year.

.....hard to say what will happen in free agency this year and it's also hard to say if those who we perceive as 'under performing' last year were perceived that way because of scheme or coaching or the players not being very good.

We have to remember the division we play in and our defense scares no one. We are weak at DT and CB and our linebackers outside of Beason aren't exactly pro bowlers, serviceable yes, pro bowlers, no.

Offensively, OT. Gross isn't getting younger, and Otah, well, I fear he is going to be another Panthers first round flop. 24 year old OTs with lack of desire and a bad meniscus lining of the knee don't last long. Yes I know they drafted the Auburn OT; but, there is a reason he was a 7th round draft choice., Also the TE that Chud craves is not on the roster, and that is obvious or the Panthers would not have reached for Shockey, who is without doubt at the end, or close to the end of his career...unlikely a TE would go in the first round.

I just don't see either of those WRs being the top pick, unless they are absolutely the undisputed BPA and game changer. It will either be stud defense or stud OT.

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 07:40 AM

Jeffery for sure. He has dominated the SEC over the last 2 years and he is getting better every year. The guy is a huge physical pass catching beast. I like Blackmon, but he benefited as well from and incredibly pass happy Oklahoma City offense... Go look up Hawaii receivers highlights and you'll come out thinking one of them looks like Blackmon.

#54 Carolina Pride

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 11:44 AM

Alshon no doubt...i've watched him for the past two years and am expecting big thing this year. He is a freak.

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 12:04 PM

TruCatz......your posts are always all over the place. I can't decide whether you're a schizo, bipolar, going through menopause or just a troll.

Dammit, which one is it?

D. None of the above

My posts aren't all over the place either.

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 08:01 PM

I don't watch a lot of college football.

I do know that they are top WR prospects in next year's draft.

So if the Panthers had a choice to draft one, which one should they take?

I don't know too much about either reciever, but I thought this would be a good discussion thread.

So sell me one!

I watched Alshon Jeffrey in person in two games last year.

In the South Carolina at Auburn game, he dominated the field at WR like no receiver I saw last year (including A.J. Greene and Julio Jones).

In the rematch in the SEC Championship Game, he was a non-factor.

If a coach can turn him on so that he would ALWAYS be that first guy on Sunday's, he'd be one of the best WR's in the league.

Plus, he's about three inches taller and 20 pounds heavier than Blackmon. Big receivers in the NFL are good as long as they are big, GOOD receivers.