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Why Passing on a WR in the first might not be a option

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Let's see... Drafting Guard in top 15 is dumb. First round DTs have only 50% chance of being successful in NFL. Pick your poison...

In my opinion we need WR... Our #1 WR is 34 year old. Our #2 WR struggled mighty as #2 WR. We don't even have a clear cut #3 WR. I feel bad for Cam Newton...

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Uuuuuugh why would you want a great receiving option when you can have aaron dobson I mean come on guiz!!!

It's truly stunning that Panther fans are content to let what is now one of the most important positions in football wallow in sub mediocrity after the parade of juco level busch league butt cheek biting retards we have had come through the position the last ten years

I MEAN WHY TAKE A RECEIVER WHEN THERE ARE SO MANY HIGH PROFILE GUARD PROSPECTS TO CHOOSE FROM THIS YEAR I MEAN AMIRITE OR AMIRITE GRRR HUZZAH GROUND AND POUND WITH THE BEEF! BRING BACK 1960's MANBALL!!

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Its retarded... This is a passing league yet we ignore the fact that we suck at WR position... Look at all playoff teams, they have one thing in common... They all got good WRs...

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This fanbase I swear.

"LET'S KEEP PASSING ON WR TALENT LET'S FIND THAT DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH I MEAN IT WORKED WITH ARMANTI."

I mean seriously this Fanbase gets upset when Hurney tried to do that but then still wants Gettlemen to do it and this is why our roster is so weak holy poo.

Dwayne Jarrett says "Hey".

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We should take BPA, it's as simple as that.

If our board says a WR is BPA when our pick comes up, then we should draft a WR, but you shouldn't draft a WR in the first round because you need one.

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Its retarded... This is a passing league yet we ignore the fact that we suck at WR position... Look at all playoff teams, they have one thing in common... They all got good WRs...

but..but..Steve Smith is better than Megatron.

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I don't give me "We got Steve Smith" poo... Dude is 34 years old and will be almost 35 by year end. How many teams are there with#1 WRs 34 or older? 1 team, the Panthers.

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are panther fans not sick of watching the playoffs every year while we sit around and try to think of reasons that maybe we won't have to change our "identity?"

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So CatMan, u suggest we should take LB and ignore WR issue?

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