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Best Receiver Available In The 2Nd Round For Us...

Best Receiver left in the draft   32 members have voted

  1. 1. Best receiver left in the draft that is the best fit for the Panthers?

    • Stephen Hill
      16
    • Alshon Jeffrey
      8
    • Coby Fleener
      3
    • Reuben Randle
      4
    • Tommy Streeter
      1

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Whether or not we need Fkleener depends a lot on your opinion of Gary Barnidge, and on whether or not the team re-ups Jeremy Shockey.

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If Fleener hasn't been grabbed up by Indy by 40, he will be the pick. Count on it. Best LB and Best TE in one draft? Psh, I would cry and thank the heavens we now have Rivera. What a difference a good coach makes.

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Coby Fleener Trumps Alshon and Hill if they are all available at the same time. Fleener would be picked up and Shockey would not be resigned. Olsen and Fleener TE sets. fuging madness.

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If we take a WR in the second it better be only because Hill is still there. You can't pass him up. He is a type of receiver we don't have and can be so dangerous with Cam throwing him the ball. GT receivers become stars in the NFL.

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Why does everyone think we need to address the offense? We have 3 perfectly fine starting wideouts...we have 1 good cornerback, you need more than one of those.

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Why does everyone think we need to address the offense? We have 3 perfectly fine starting wideouts...we have 1 good cornerback, you need more than one of those.

This is a hypothetical. Play the game or get out of this thread. He's not saying we need to choose a WR. He's proposing a question, which WR would you want in the second (implying if we were to draft a WR, who would be your personal preference?)

Back on track: Hill or Randle for me. Hill's blazing speed and advantageous hieght is pretty rare. He could develop slowly behind 89 and LaFell.

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None should be an option too.

Out of those Fleener would be too good to turn down.

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