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The illusion of needing another WR

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We already had a running game in my opinion, we just improved it. Delhomme was Delhomme. We don't have to release any of our guys for a bust. Who would rubber stamp that? You obviously don't take time to analyze the point of what anyone else is saying, much less yourself.

Improved it? I guess you are right. Only one way to go when you are 25th in the league in Rushing in 2002. Wow, I am glad the Panthers don't subscribe to your standards.

http://www.nfl.com/stats/categorystats?tabSeq=2&offensiveStatisticCategory=RUSHING&conference=ALL&role=TM&season=2002&seasonType=REG&d-447263-s=RUSHING_YARDS_PER_GAME_AVG&d-447263-o=2&d-447263-n=1

Just so everyone knows. Davis, Delhomme and Proehl all signed in 2003.

Davis signed with the Carolina Panthers for the start of the 2003 NFL season

In the 2003 offseason, he (Jake Delhomme) met with representatives from both the Carolina Panthers and the Dallas Cowboys.[He eventually signed with Carolina as a free agent.

(Ricky Proehl) signed with Carolina as a free agent at the start of the 2003 season.

Proehl had 27 catches for 389 yds and 4 TDs (1st one agreed one of the greatest plays in Panther history)

A clutch player no doubt. A totally different situation. We didn't have anyone other than Smitty and Moose. Smitty just came of his first decent season. 824 yds in 2002. We also signed Kevin Dyson that season too.

(all sources Wikipedia)

I got your fuging point. I don't subscribe to it and it is a waste of time and money on a position we don't really need. Let who we have fight it out.

YES you do have to cut someone.If you bring in a former bust to our roster or a Vet WR, no matter what, you have to cut someone. Our 90 roster is set.

We went down that road before with Rod Gardner. Gave up a 6th round draft choice for him, wasted a spot in training camp and eventually the 53 man roster. He did nothing for us.

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Welker was not a reject. The Pats traded a 2nd and a 7th round pick for him. That is actually a high price to pay in a trade.

At least have your facts straight.

You think that Miami would have let Welker get away if they had known that he could be so productive? In the purest sense of the word, you are correct, but I am not talking semantics. Just goes to show you that one man's "trash" is another one's "treasure", and that's really the point.

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You think that Miami would have let Welker get away if they had known that he could be so productive? In the purest sense of the word, you are correct, but I am not talking semantics. Just goes to show you that one man's "trash" is another one's "treasure", and that's really the point.

That's really not the point, because as it was clearly pointed out, Welker was had for a 2nd round pick. Do you think Wes Welker would produce the same way in a place like Pittsburgh? He thrives in a system, and he would have never produced like that in Miami.

I came in here assumably to find you arguing about the validity of Mike Williams in multiple topics, and surprise. Mike Williams has never had more than 2 receiving touchdowns in his career.

Let's call up Matt Jones because he hasn't been given enough chances to prove how good he is.

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With Cam Newton as our QB, he can make any receiver look good. Just like the Pats and Tom Brady. How many receivers have the Pats had that were great because of Brady, but then were crap after they left? This is why WR is not a need even in the slightest here.

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lafell is a fine number two wideout.

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That's really not the point, because as it was clearly pointed out, Welker was had for a 2nd round pick. Do you think Wes Welker would produce the same way in a place like Pittsburgh? He thrives in a system, and he would have never produced like that in Miami.

I came in here assumably to find you arguing about the validity of Mike Williams in multiple topics, and surprise. Mike Williams has never had more than 2 receiving touchdowns in his career.

Let's call up Matt Jones because he hasn't been given enough chances to prove how good he is.

To me it's not even about Mike Williams when you get right down to the nitty gritty. I would have preferred Garcon, Manningham, Plax, Edwards, and probably some others to Williams. If you had really been listening as opposed to jumping into the middle of a conversation without all the facts, you would realize that I never said that the guys we have now can't or won't step up. Do I have some skepticism that they can handle the load with or without 89? Yes. Does it make me an insane or ignorant fan to think this, especially in light of history? I don't think so. Would I like for one of our guys to break out? Hell yeah! Do I believe that just because we give another veteran FA a look, does that mean a guy on our current roster will not evolve into the WR we have desperately needed? No, because I don't think the two are mutually exclusive. Do I believe we will sign another vet? Probably not knowing the way our guys do business? No. Do I believe that the sky is falling because of it? No. As stated earlier, my main concern is the window of opportunity that Smitty has to win a championship because, the way I see it, right or wrong, our FO has failed to take advantage of Smitty's prowess while his window of greatness had just been opened.

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You think that Miami would have let Welker get away if they had known that he could be so productive? In the purest sense of the word, you are correct, but I am not talking semantics. Just goes to show you that one man's "trash" is another one's "treasure", and that's really the point.

Miami got more in a trade for Welker than we could of got for Smith after 2010....so let's treat him like a chump. This also isn't comparing him to Smith so let's not go down that road.

Miami also had poo QB play when Welker was there...and didn't play to his strengths....but there is a reason NE gave up so much for him

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lafell is a fine number two wideout.

He might be....he has never proven to be one though

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Lets see what gettis and adams can do then we can talk about a need. Or bring in guy after guy after guy after guy after guy after guy and give them exactly no chance to prove themselves before we bring in the next guy. Makes sense.

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Lets see what gettis and adams can do then we can talk about a need. Or bring in guy after guy after guy after guy after guy after guy and give them exactly no chance to prove themselves before we bring in the next guy. Makes sense.

All WRs not named smith will get their chance, because the Panther are not going to bring another wideout in...they believe in the guys.

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Some of you have no perspective on how long it took for many of the better receivers in the nfl to develop and how Lafell stacks up. You would think that would be one of the first steps in formulating an opinion regarding the subject.

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But csx we only have one top five wr. We need 3 of them.

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