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With the 1st pick in the 2013 NFL draft, the Carolina Panthers select....

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Carolina trades their #2 overall pick to a team needing a QB and gets the other teams 2013, 2014 and 2015 1st round picks as well as their 2nd rounder in a deal identical to what Washington gave for RGIII.

1st round: Luke Joeckel OT/ Texas A&M

2nd round: TJ McDonald FS/ USC or Kenny Vaccaro FS/ Texas

2nd round: Da'Rick Rogers WR/ Tennessee Tech or Desmond Trufant CB/ Washington

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Good thing the Jets, Chiefs, Jags, and Eagles might all be willing to trade up for a qb. At least we'll have options other than reaching for a wr with the first or second pick which would be a horrible move.

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I still just dont understand how a majority here says we should draft anyone other than a WR.. Did you guys not see how painfully slow Lafell was Sunday? Had that been any other WR he would have taken that to the house. We NEED a true threat WR badly.

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I still just dont understand how a majority here says we should draft anyone other than a WR.. Did you guys not see how painfully slow Lafell was Sunday? Had that been any other WR he would have taken that to the house. We NEED a true threat WR badly.

Sadly there's no one worth a top 10 pick at WR in this years draft. Kennan Allen is probably the better of the two between he and Justin Hunter, but neither is even close to top 10 worthy. Others like Robert Woods, but at 6'1" he's hardly the Calvin Johnson type receiver I'd cream my pants for.

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Sadly there's no one worth a top 10 pick at WR in this years draft. Kennan Allen is probably the better of the two between he and Justin Hunter, but neither is even close to top 10 worthy. Others like Robert Woods, but at 6'1" he's hardly the Calvin Johnson type receiver I'd cream my pants for.

God of only we would have drafted Stephen Hill. Everyone always says " its all about the trenches" I disagree. Just like a good CB makes a bad D line look good the same holds true that good WR makes a bad O line look good.

New rule.. If a WR is 6'5 and runs a 4.4 or better like Stephen Hill.. SCREW EVERYTHING ELSE, YOU DRAFT the S.O.B!

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marcus lattimore... too soon? sorry

What kind of DUMBASS makes light of a 20 year old after enduring such a horrific injury 2 days later? Oh, that would be YOU Phil! You must be a KLEMPSON fan...

..and NO I'm not a South Carolina fan.

D ! CK!

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I want a ball hawk Safety. Some one who has the potential to become an Ed Reed type player. I know I am dreaming but I have always wanted us to get a really good Safety. We have never really had one. I dont know if there are any of those in this draft or not. I have not done my homework on the draft yet. As far as WR goes, I think it is a need, but as long as Smitty doesnt retire then other possitions are way more important in my opinion. Sure we need WR, but at least we have one great one and a few descent ones. But what do I know, I am no expert, just a know it all fan who has turned this team into a winning franchise more than a few times on Madden.

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