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Will Cyprien Be Available at 44?

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I would truly be in awe if we landed Cyprien.

It would really make me never follow the draft as intently ever again until the day of, because if anyone said we would get Star and Cyprien over these last few weeks, they would be mocked.

The draft is a crazy process, and this year has been one for the books. We haven't started the second round either.

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I think with Cyprien we make a big push to win the division this year by holding the Falcons and Saints to reasonable point totals in our match-ups with them.

Our offense should be able to abuse those defenses they have in ATL and NO if we can get back to a pro-style offense under Shula.

I honestly wouldn't even be disappointed if we snagged Cyprien then traded up to take the best WR or TE available...like Escobar, Dobson, Allen, etc.

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I think with Cyprien we make a big push to win the division this year by holding the Falcons and Saints to reasonable point totals in our match-ups with them.

Our offense should be able to abuse those defenses they have in ATL and NO if we can get back to a pro-style offense under Shula.

I honestly wouldn't even be disappointed if we snagged Cyprien then traded up to take the best WR or TE available...like Escobar, Dobson, Allen, etc.

Star + Cyprien = last pieces for Panthers to make the Playoffs

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I would literally jizz my pants if Cyprien is our pick at #44.

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Cincy, Arizona, Jets, and Oakland could all go with a Safety. I forgot that Detroit added Quinn, so cross them out.

Lets hope that Arizona go with a QB, Jets with WR, and Oakland with DT. Cincy is the team with the most interest in Cyprien. Mike Zimmer held a private workout with Cyprien before the draft. But lets cross our fingers Cincy takes the best RB available in Lacy.

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It's doubtful, but if he is that card will go in just as fast as the Star card....

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Cincy, Arizona, Jets, and Oakland could all go with a Safety. I forgot that Detroit added Quinn, so cross them out.

Lets hope that Arizona go with a QB, Jets with WR, and Oakland with DT. Cincy is the team with the most interest in Cyprien. Mike Zimmer held a private workout with Cyprien before the draft. But lets cross our fingers Cincy takes the best RB available in Lacy.

Jets defense was solid last year, it was their offense that was absolutely horrible. They spent both of their first round picks on defense, I have to think they'll look to offense here, whether it's WR, QB or maybe TE or OLine. Lot of needs on offense for them.

Cincy will probably go RB as you said. Their FO loves to go after a top rated prospect even if it isn't the highest value position, just like they took the #1 ranked TE in the 1st.

Oakland has a huge need at DT and still some quality ones there. They spent their 1st on a DB already, seriously doubt they draft another secondary player in the 2nd.

I'm worried most about Arizona and MAYBE Buffalo.

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run on saftey from 1st round continues

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