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Jaxel MotherFuggin Mock Draft v1

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So Richardson's gotten tired of all the nonsense Hurney and this lacklusters roster has put together over the last 3 years. Including a year which I predict we finish 3-13 and end up with the 2nd Overall pick in the draft. This pisses off Richardson more and and leads to the sad but welcomed dismissal of Mr. Ron (blank stare) Rivera. With that, a new hope of a better era arrives with the hiring of Marc Ross as GM and the subsequent hiring of Chip Kelly as HC. With a new sense of direction in the team, Marc Ross and Chip Kelly begin to assemble a new roster which surely will lead us to a super bowl in the near future.

ON TO THE DRAFT!

Marc Ross in all his genious see's a chance to trade this number 2 pick for monster load of draft picks to the team that most desperately wants Golden Boy Matt Barkley. Thus, Marc Ross picks up the phone and dials in the number to the Kansas City Chiefs and puts together a rape so unprecedented it hasn't been scene since the Rams did it last year. Thus, the Panther trade the 2nd overall pick for the Kansas City Chiefs 4th Overall Pick, their 2nd and 3rd round picks, and as a bonus he gets the Chiefs 1st round pick next year (and all Panther fans say "hallelluyah, thank you Lord for this new CBA and rookie contracts".

Chip Kelly certainly remember 2 years ago, when his Oregon Ducks played Aurburn in the National Championship game. In that game, he saw is offensive line get dominated by the biggest, fattest, strongest guy on the field. "Certainly," he thinks, "I love offense, but I need the biggest baddest strongest guy in the draft to bolster my defensive line, so I can do to others what Auburn did to me that horrible day 2 years ago".

Thus with the number 4 overall pick the Carolina Panther select:

Star Lotulelei:

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With his new toy in place, Chip see's future dominance on his line with the likes of Charles Johnson and rising powerhouse Frank Alexander, and journeyman but good looking player Dwan Edwards.

Chip Kelly looks at the board and says, "Hey, I like my new powerhouse DT, but I'm a frieken offensive coach, and I want a reciever that will dominate for years to come." Thus he packages his 2 high second round picks and trades back into the first round.

With the 17th Overall pick in the draft, the Carolina Panthers select:

Robert Woods:

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Now with a fast, intelligent, and talented wide reciever on the outside, the pressure is off on the semi-consistant Brandon Lafell; and Steve Smith (Assuming he hasn't retired) can run routes in the slot and dominate the inside of the field.

Obtaining his powerhouse DT and superfast reciever, Chip Kelly once again recognizes a need on this defense side. "I need a good safety, who can actually cover, and make atleast 1 or 2 tackles when needed" Thus with the third round pick obtained from the Kansas City Chiefs the Carolina Panthers Select:

Tony Jefferson:

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With his decent ball hawking skils and some sure tackling abilites, he is sure to be an upgrade over Nakamura.

Finally

4th: OT

5th: DE

6th: LB

With this draft Ross and Chip become famous among all Panther fans, becoming known as the duo who put the Carolina Panthers over the top, and led them to their first Super Bowl title!

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I like the mock, hate the HC choice.

Ditto, I absolutely LOVE getting Star at DT, and then a true #1 in Robert Woods, but Chip Kelly at HC wouldn't be good if you people don't like the option....

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I'd take Woods or Keenan Allen.

So mocks have TJ McDonald falling to the second round and I'd hate to miss on that.

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I'd take Woods or Keenan Allen.

So mocks have TJ McDonald falling to the second round and I'd hate to miss on that.

He looked like complete poo today, but you definitely couldn't deny the value....

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lol yea this mock has a similar scenario as one I described about a week ago or so. I love this mock, would be happy with the whole draft, regardless of who gets picked in the 4th and later, with those first 3 picks.

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I would prefer Allen but I think he is gone before the 17th pick... Hunter has been aweful and I slowly see him dropping into the second round.

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I like Star, he definitely should be our number one pick. Never draft a receiver from USC, that's rule number one in drafting. If a GM doesn't understand that rule, he needs to find a new job. Tony Jefferson will be gone before the third round.

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