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Mr. Scot

Who is the Panthers biggest draft bust?

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looking past you know who, i think it's everette brown.

we traded what turned in to the 17th overall pick in 2010 for him. he was a derrick harvey type bust.

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Jason Peter or Tim Biakabatuka.

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He who must not be named.

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Jimmy Clausen was being compared to Kurt Warner and had people saying that he should have been the #1 overall pick. We were unanimously praised when we took him. Despite him being a fine young male I got excited and bought the hype.

Pickles is and hopefully forever will be our biggest bust.

I made a very lengthy post once about how Clausen was the best choice at that time.

We needed a QB BADLY, took him, and look at the rest of the players from that draft and it is not like we passed up on anyone worth a damn.

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Everette Brown because of what we traded for him.

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I made a very lengthy post once about how Clausen was the best choice at that time.

We needed a QB BADLY, took him, and look at the rest of the players from that draft and it is not like we passed up on anyone worth a damn.

Yeah, it isn't like there were pro bowlers like Graham, Bowman, Hernandez, Atkins, Chancellor, etc drafted after him.

Or solid diverse guys like a Jacoby Ford either.

Clausen was a horrible pick and that isnt hindsight.

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No mention of Otah yet? Pretty big bust.

Not a miss on talent. Arguably one of the best RTs in the NFL when on the field.

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