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Further evidence that WR trumps O-Line as a need (PFF edition).


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#61 DaCityKats

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Posted 24 March 2013 - 09:36 PM

look at who this team has worked out.lot of top ranked WRs.

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Posted 24 March 2013 - 09:39 PM

Considering the top guys on this list are all mobile QBs (rg3, wilson, vick, luck) do you think the numbers are inflated for them because of their ability (or in Cams case, NEED to) avoid defenders in the pocket before throwing, taking off or taking a sack?

Caz if you think of a play like the 3rd and 11 vs ATL (game 2), he was probably in the pocket with that DT on his back for a good 4 seconds before breaking the LOS. Cam does this sort of thing pretty often so I wouldn't be surprised if it inflated his numbers a good bit.

I'd like to see a list showing how long until a defender forces the QB to make a decision, such as having to avoid a sack, taking a sack, having to check down from pressure, etc.

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Posted 24 March 2013 - 09:45 PM

Very interesting.

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Posted 24 March 2013 - 10:10 PM

Your doing exactly what you accused me of doing. Hypocrite.

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Posted 24 March 2013 - 10:20 PM

couldn't read all of that. my brain itches

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Posted 24 March 2013 - 10:28 PM

The stat that is missing is time until under pressure. Sometimes a QB will hold onto a ball longer to extend the play because they came under pressure early and couldn't safely get the ball off. I'm not sure if that would necessarily be the case but it's the most relevant stat for this sort of argument.

Sure the 2.5 secs until sack argument could be made, but Cam is mobile enough to mitigate that early rush and buy some time before he gets taken down.

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Posted 25 March 2013 - 05:08 AM

The OL does need to be improved...providing better protection and a more potent running game (another great friend to a young QB,

However, we also need a dynamic playmaker in the passing game....but I could see that either bring a speedy WR or even a top TE target (2nd round for TE mind you).

Combination if OL and WR in the first two rounds is my hope...in which order depends on who us there at 14 and how our staff feels about the top guys.

Bottom line is that we can't go wrong with either.

I know we do need an infusion at DT, but their bust rate and length of time to really make an impact makes me nervous. Although I would not be upset if we took a top DT at 14 either.

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Posted 25 March 2013 - 05:20 AM

The OL does need to be improved...providing better protection and a more potent running game (another great friend to a young QB,

However, we also need a dynamic playmaker in the passing game....but I could see that either bring a speedy WR or even a top TE target (2nd round for TE mind you).

Combination if OL and WR in the first two rounds is my hope...in which order depends on who us there at 14 and how our staff feels about the top guys.

Bottom line is that we can't go wrong with either.

I know we do need an infusion at DT, but their bust rate and length of time to really make an impact makes me nervous. Although I would not be upset if we took a top DT at 14 either.


If the Panthers bring in Roy Miller or Casey Hampton or some other vet DT(NT), I can dig going WR/OL with the first two picks. Then focus on the DL in later rounds.

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Posted 25 March 2013 - 05:23 AM

If the Panthers bring in Roy Miller or Casey Hampton or some other vet DT(NT), I can dig going WR/OL with the first two picks. Then focus on the DL in later rounds.


Roy Miller is a Jaguar, I believe.

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Posted 25 March 2013 - 07:39 AM

If the Panthers bring in Roy Miller or Casey Hampton or some other vet DT(NT), I can dig going WR/OL with the first two picks. Then focus on the DL in later rounds.

you already have a guy who can compete at the same level as those 2 in Frank Kearse.


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