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Carolina Panthers select LB AJ Klein.

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.just like every team passed on Brady and Cruz, that tv from the Broncos, hardy, Jake delhomme, lol and massive list of other players thatade huge impacts.

Given that every team keeps passing on them should tell all if us that there is something majorly wrong with them

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fug fliers in the secondary. Give me a pick that would CONTINUE to sure up our NASTy front seven. People who are butthurt over Gettleman's drafting drafting can GTFO. We arent the Panzi Panthers anymore. WE will hit you in the mouth a teebag you all day long!

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The Blackburn signing, plus this pick leads me to believe that Gettleman knows that Beason and/or Davis won't be here much longer. Whether it's health concerns, ability concerns, or something else. Gettleman is preparing for the future by taking a player with a much higher grade on him.

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"Oh our secondary sucks" "Wtf man our secondary is a broken arm"

GTFO . Like you know!? Ima trust the guy who evaluated our secondary and is puting this team together to fit our scheme.

WE ARE OBVIOUSLY FINE in the secondary.

if there was a glaring hole that we could not live without being filled, Gettleman would fix it. At the end of the day, Gettleman will not field a team that had such a glaring whole. There is still FA. We have all summer to "fill that hole" . IMHO, our safetys are gunna surprise many of you. Godfrey+ Mitchel paired with our now KILLER front seven will surprise

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Gettleman believes that if you stack the lines the rest of the players get better.

It's a theory that will be tested next year

That theory has won Superbowls. He knows first hand.

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Gettleman believes that if you stack the lines the rest of the players get better.

It's a theory that will be tested next year

Its not much of a theory its sort of a proven fact.

Can you name me a wildly successful QB that isn't decently protected?

Many teams have had sustained success on defense simply from great defensive line play.

Also Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Eli Manning, Joe Flacco and Brees win superbowls without first round talent receivers while Larry Fitzgerald and Calvin Johnson are usually watching the playoffs from home.

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The Blackburn signing, plus this pick leads me to believe that Gettleman knows that Beason and/or Davis won't be here much longer. Whether it's health concerns, ability concerns, or something else. Gettleman is preparing for the future by taking a player with a much higher grade on him.

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Sorry but even if Beason returns to his old form we can't afford him and he will be the odd man out with needing to pay Hardy and Cam.

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That theory has won Superbowls. He knows first hand.

Its not much of a theory its sort of a proven fact.

Can you name me a wildly successful QB that isn't decently protected?

Many teams have had sustained success on defense simply from great defensive line play.

Also Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Eli Manning, Joe Flacco and Brees win superbowls without first round talent receivers while Larry Fitzgerald and Calvin Johnson are usually watching the playoffs from home.

It's a good starting philosophy but it's never that easy.

If it were I could be a GM in the NFL.

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It's a good starting philosophy but it's never that easy.

If it were I could be a GM in the NFL.

NFL teams are businesses man, office politics play as much if not more than actual knowledge of the field at hand. So many teams and GMs get caught up in the same things and hype we see from the media as fans. I mean we took Jimmy Clausen even though literally every other team in the NFL saw how poor of a prospect he was.

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