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Panthers have the best DE duo?

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Drafting DT's is risky. I'd rather sign a proven vet. We are a WR & DB from being a very, very good team.

Add a WR & FS in the first 2 next year, get Gamble/Beason/Kalil healthy, & have competent coaching & we can be as good as anybody.

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Id rather have a WR, FS, and CB in the draft than a DT.

DT usually take time to develop. We can always pick up a solid DT in FA.

I am wanting Kennan Allen

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Id rather have a WR, FS, and CB in the draft than a DT.

DT usually take time to develop. We can always pick up a solid DT in FA.

I am wanting Kennan Allen

Allen's stock will drop because of his injury.

Hunter will be a star though and I think Robert Woods is the next DeSean Jackson.

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It'd be cool if Frank could bulk up some, and play DT as a starter after Ron's gone. Which won't be too long as he's getting up there in age. But so is Dwan, to my surprise, so I wouldn't be opposed to getting a nasty DT in the draft at all..

If Frank put on like, 30 more pounds..and could stay as about as athletic as he is now, he could be a game changing DT with his ability to knock the ball down at the line..

Sorry, but uuuhhh NO! Alexander IS, AND will BE a passrusher. Hardy is closer to being a DT and its pretty absurd to make him a full time DT. if your talking DT ONLY on passing downs both Hardy and Alexander have played the position. A full time move is just rahtarted!

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So apparently they are second. Houston's J.J. Watt and Antonio Smith have 14.5 sacks

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we're 4th in total sacks.

i'd love to see our stats on QB hits and pressures.

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So apparently they are second. Houston's J.J. Watt and Antonio Smith have 14.5 sacks

Heh, that's amazing from 3-4 DEs. What does Watt have, like 12.5 of those?

edit: I looked it up, 10.5 Simply unreal.

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We need production against good O-lines.

This Denver game is begging for some sacks. Payton is a statue.

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Heh, that's amazing from 3-4 DEs. What does Watt have, like 12.5 of those?

Something like that, I still say we have the most dominant duo because Antonio Smiths 2 sacks aren't really the telling story of how great J.J. Watt is.

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