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Profootballfocus' Team Needs For the Carolina Panthers.

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This team gains nothing by adding Barden.

Except another wide receiver who is better than everyone else besides Smitty and Lafell...

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love the idea of getting Barden. would be very happy to have Shwartz back.

these guys don't think much at all of our 2nd round pick last year. Is there real hope he's gonna improve

dramatically?

They had him ranked as one of the worst starting guards in the league because of his pass blocking, but he was good in the run game. Hopefully another year in the league with Kalil back beside him making calls, will be enough to get him do average or just below it. Which would be a vast improvement, but not an unreasonable one.

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pretty good read. Would like to see Glenn Dorsey as well as Geoff Schwartz here.

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PFF is usually pretty good, but....when did Frank Alexander become a DT, lol

They used all 7 who logged reps....so our 3 DEs were used

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This team gains nothing by adding Barden.

He easily could immediately be our 3rd best WR

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PFF is usually pretty good, but....when did Frank Alexander become a DT, lol

They said of players that played over 100 snaps at Dt. Never said he was a full time Dt

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Schwartz and Dorsey, then grab a corner and receiver in the first two rounds. Call it a day

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the team should look at a receiver like Ramses Barden. The Giant was a third-round pick in 2009, but just hasn’t been able to get onto the field much in a deep New York receiving corp, playing 419 snaps in four seasons. Over the course of those seasons, he’s caught a total of 29 balls, with just under half of them coming this season, where he saw 19 targets over five games. Coincidentally, the best game of his career came in the team’s Week 3 matchup with the Panthers, in which he caught 9 of 10 targets for 138 yards.

Admittedly, to see Barden being successful in Carolina takes some projecting, but, at 6-foot-6, he offers great size and he could be that big target on the outside to complement Smith. Perhaps most importantly, he’d be cheap.

The Giants have been god at finding receivers. Gettleman will know if Barden is as good as this sounds....cheap is also good for us.

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Except another wide receiver who is better than everyone else besides Smitty and Lafell...

So basically another Louis Murphy/Legadu Naane?? Whooppeee!!!!!!!!

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pssst #2 spot opposite 89 is already taken. . no one talking about it yet. . . . . . Blankman is coming

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