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Gucci Mane

Cordarrelle Patterson always wanted to play for the panthers

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I'd love to draft him but I can't see him making it out of the top 10.

I'm laughing at you typing lol all the time aren't you a guy

How dare he, this is an unspeakable offense.

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I'd poo my pants if he fell to us and it may very well be possible.

Dolphins will probably sign a FA WR and take an OL in the draft.

Bills are probably going to take a QB.

Jets are going to take a pass rusher.

Please draft this kid.

Dolphins could sign a FA WR, and STILL draft him. Giving Tannenhill two targets.

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Dolphins could sign a FA WR, and STILL draft him. Giving Tannenhill two targets.

It's possible but unlikely for a few reasons

1. Jake Long probably won't be resigned so getting a new OT which will be a higher priority than a number 2 WR

2. Brian Hartline played really well this season, but he's not a number 1 and probably along the lines of a #2 WR. Plus he's already a familiar target wit Tannehill. They'll probably resign him

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as much as i am on the pattersonwagon, i wouldn't trade up for him or anyone in this draft.

Neither would I.

We can stay put at 14 and draft a great player that will likely be BPA and fill a position of need (OT/DT/WR/S/G)

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Good lord those Rock Hill area high school teams were/are stacked. Between the Rock Hill schools, Dorman, Gaffney, Spartanburg, Byrnes, etc. you can't go wrong.

SC high school ball > NC high school ball

Rock Hill quietly has churned out tons of NFL guys...it is a little football factory

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Cam needs another vet to throw to, not a rookie. no time to groom a #2. this is the make or break season for carolina. they fail, poo gets blown up. Sign a FA WR. Draft BPA regardless of position.

We need to be grooming a #1....not a 2. Smith should realistically be in that role this year or next

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Someone could trade up or the Jets or the BIlls... here's all the team ahead of us

1. Chiefs

2. Jaguars

3. Raiders

4. Eagles

5. Lions

6. Browns

7. Cardinals

8. Bills

9. Jets

10. Titans

11. Chargers

12. Dolphins

13. Buccaneers

The Rams, Seahawks, and Vikings could use another WR so they could trade up

San Diego might hold the key at 11. It seems like Joeckel and Fisher will be long gone, making Lane Johnson look like their target. If Johnson doesn't blow up at the combine and grade out to mid/late 1st, I think Telesco would be very interested in a trade down a few slots, but still in the top 20.

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CP stands for Cariolina Panthers? Too much of a coincidence if you ask me... Hmmmm.

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