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KillerKat

nfl draft Carolina Panthers select G Edmund Kugbila

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We finally agree

I am not impressed

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He was projected as a 7th rounder to FA by some while Walter didn't even have him making the top 20 G prospects. Maybe it's just because he is D-2.

I'll trust the GM that he knows something we don't but it strikes me as a huge stretch

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Would you be interested in starting another panther forum?

I have some familiarity with managing phpbb and vbulletin forums and work from home.

I already have something I put together but I honestly don't have time to dedicate to it. If you want to run with it PM me and we'll talk.

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If this kid comes out of the gate and is an amazing run blocking gaurd for us everyone will be singing Gettledog's praises like there is no tomorrow.

Damn right

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Barrett Jones doesn't have the weight on him for guard in the NFL, especially for what we are trying to do.

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"But..b-b-but, he got a 52 on NFL.com!!! It's Hurney all over again!!!!"

Stay dumb, Huddle.

Yea espn and nfl analysts don't have a clue when evaluating players patton had a grade of 83 and fell all the way to the bottom of the 4th

Also not only does Jones look weak he is often injured

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I know 0 about the dude but from what I've read it seems he's versatile and can be really good.

Wished we went with a safety but can't fault Gettleman for trying to improve both sides of the line.

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Umm eric reid was a stud. Late riser.

He appeared like a stud because of Claiborne, Peterson and Mathieu. He gave up 7 TDs in coverage this season and missed tackles left and right.

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I think Jones could've started day one. Drafting this guy may be more promising long term, but I think we still need a vet stop gap. No, not Hangartner, preferably one who can actually play.

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