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WOW, the Chargers game could have HUGE draft implications.

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I hope we continue to look good for the rest of the year. I hope Cam continues to light things up. Yet if we could lose in the process, that would be good as well. Carolina right now, has got to be the most alluring spot in the entire league. Name me another team (who will be searching for a new coach) that has a great young QB, two young great DEs on the pass rush, and a great HOF potential young MLB? If you can do that, then there is another team more alluring than the Panthers. Right now, a potential coach has to see Carolina as a championship handed on a golden platter.

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I hope we continue to look good for the rest of the year. I hope Cam continues to light things up. Yet if we could lose in the process, that would be good as well. Carolina right now, has got to be the most alluring spot in the entire league. Name me another team (who will be searching for a new coach) that has a great young QB, two young great DEs on the pass rush, and a great HOF potential young MLB? If you can do that, then there is another team more alluring than the Panthers. Right now, a potential coach has to see Carolina as a championship handed on a golden platter.

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Keuchly, possibly the best 4-3 MLB in the league, as a fuging rookie, was drafted at #9.

Neither one of our stud DE's were drafted in the first two rounds.

Quit getting your panties in a bunch over draft position.

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Win out. We cannot do anything else than that. JUST WIN BABY WIN!

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major bologna up in this delicatessen

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If only we banned users for consistently making terrible threads.

Panthertrain would've been gone a long ass time ago.

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It doesnt really matter

Winning out, losing out = top draft pick

Doesn't matter to me. Both make me feel good

Although higher draft pick > winning out

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You do realize we will have a new GM next season? Very rarely do they keep a coach from a previous regime and bring in their own staff.

Also, if this team were to win out I think it's more the players giving it their all knowing they got to play hard to make a good impression on the GM and new head coach next season.

We will see. I just get q feeling Rivera staying is up to JR and if we win 4 in a row and improve on last years record I just dont see him not getting one more year.

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I see it as a challenge for the new GM to pick another monster like Keek wherever we pick. I hope it's in the teens, cuz fug losing out.

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We will see. I just get q feeling Rivera staying is up to JR and if we win 4 in a row and improve on last years record I just dont see him not getting one more year.

late season surging didn't save Mike Tice

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