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Panthers ranked 27th at offensive line per PFF

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I'd say 33rd would be more accurate.

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Is that 27th in the NFL or 27th in the NFC behind the second string units of numerous teams?

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no more rookies starting on the OL, please.

While he had bad momments, Almini wasn't nearly as awful as Hangman this year.

Bell/Hangman cause each other to struggle IMO.

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I'd say 33rd would be more accurate.

Is that 27th in the NFL or 27th in the NFC behind the second string units of numerous teams?

Great minds and all that...

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While he had bad momments, Almini wasn't nearly as awful as Hangman this year.

Bell/Hangman cause each other to struggle IMO.

agreed. i just haven't been thrilled about seeing another rookie or two on skates for a couple years while we are supposedly interested in winning now.

I'd rather us just get solid vets who don't have to learn how to stand their ground so we can hit the ground running.

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agreed. i just haven't been thrilled about seeing another rookie or two on skates for a couple years while we are supposedly interested in winning now.

I'd rather us just get solid vets who don't have to learn how to stand their ground so we can hit the ground running.

We have poo the bed trying to win now.

I'm much more interested in building the lines out and repairing our cap situation.

We need to be thinking about building a long time contender during Cam's second contract, not a up in flames cap disaster that is out of the playoffs in a flash.

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We have poo the bed trying to win now.

I'm much more interested in building the lines out and repairing our cap situation.

We need to be thinking about building a long time contender during Cam's second contract, not a up in flames cap disaster that is out of the playoffs in a flash.

I'm thinking we can be doing both. we don't need elite studs on the OL, just solid guys that don't get pushed around and give cam some breathing room and we don't have to break the bank doing it. get the line solid for the short term and then add/groom pieces for the long term.

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I'm thinking we can be doing both. we don't need elite studs on the OL, just solid guys that don't get pushed around and give cam some breathing room and we don't have to break the bank doing it. get the line solid for the short term and then add/groom pieces for the long term.

You are asking for a piece of ass from a bar.

I want the super model that can change her appearance on demand and is a nymphomaniac.

It's time to build something worth fuging having around here and stop being content to be "ok" at a position. ESPECIALLY the LINES

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You are asking for a piece of ass from a bar.

I want the super model that can change her appearance on demand and is a nymphomaniac.

It's time to build something worth fuging having around here and stop being content to be "ok" at a position. ESPECIALLY the LINES

did i say i don't want a great OL? did i say i didn't want to draft OL in the first?

why the crap does it have to be either/or?

i don't see the sense in sacrificing a year or two of solid playing time from other guys on the team while waiting for a rookie or two to lose his skates. fix the OL for the short term and build for the long term. i just don't want rookies on the OL...at least for a while. i want a winning season or two. i trust gettleman to be able to find hidden and affordable gems for the OL while he finds reliable guys for the future.

I'm tired of always having to look a long way down the road waiting for rome to get built.

we need wins now to have any hope in the future.

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I don't care what the stats say, you can just watch some games from 2012 and see that OL is a huge area of need for the Panthers. If you can just protect Cam, even with the weapons he already has, the Panthers will be solid on offense.

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