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Currently the Carolina Panther blueprint for success looks pretty good.

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And stay losing in divisional rounds

We have NO fuging WRS

Seattle was able to scrap together some wideouts. They seem to come easily for some teams. Maybe we will get lucky.
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Don't think The Panthers will follow the Seattle blue print 100%. 

 

Cam's a very good down field QB, and when they get a good line again, and some receivers, I think they will take many shots (as they unsuccessfully attempted many times this season). So I don't think the Panthers will try to mimic Seattle to a T. 

 

If anything, I think they'll try to mimic the Giants (Big DL, big play receivers), if they can. 

 

Remember, Seattle "D" gets a lot of turnovers and scores points while doing so. The Panther defense is more solid, leaving it to the Panther "O" to score. 

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Seattle was able to scrap together some wideouts. They seem to come easily for some teams. Maybe we will get lucky.

They don't come easy for us, defense is critical but without pass catchers we can't do anything

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lets get to the playoffs again and then we can talk. got to get over that hump of back to back playoffs.

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Hard hitting Physical Defense travels wherever you go.

Mobile multi-threat QB that can attack a defense in many ways.

We need that Percy Harvin game changing player, although the Hawks have been good enough to get where they are largely without him. Stewart and DWill can match Lynchs' production if 28 could stay on the field but can they fit under the cap?

A CB or two couldn't hurt.

Can Ron Rivera continue to inspire and lead the Panthers the way Pete Carroll is doing? Love the Panthers but not sure how the AP chose Ron over Pete.

 

2014 looking very bright, we're on the right track, pretty boy AFC trash like the Broncos can't compete.

We can also use their sure handed receivers. Those guys aren't superstars but they catch everything thrown to them. Seattle will be even scarier once they draft a TE.

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Seattle and 49ers are better than us. Packers, Cardinals, Rams, and Saints are strong. Atlanta will be back. We must get some weapons on offense. I think GMan will get us there. 

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The blueprint is indeed on track. The team, however, isn't there yet. We can't continually beat the Seattles or San Frans just yet. Hopefully G-Man can work this cap chaos and improve our holes. It will work in our favor, though, that the 9ers and Hawks are in the same divison. 

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Love the Panthers but not sure how the AP chose Ron over Pete.

Probably because the only adversity Pete has gone through is going 7-9 and he still made the playoffs.

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Quite frankly we need one real solid addition at the cornerback position. If we lose Hardy I would love to gain Verner in free agency.

 

Then in the draft, it has to be weapons and protection for Cam for at least 4 rounds. 

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Thinking about who we need to resign, what FA to go after, and our cap space hell gives me headaches... and thats not even including draft thoughts...glad I don't have G-man's job...I want to re-sign Hardy, but acquire Nicks...we probably can't do both...I say WR in Rd 1(especially if we don't get Nicks), but some of you that think otherwise make good points why...our D does need secondary help, but that same D ranked 2nd in the league...our O was not bad but if it was juuuuust lil more productive we could've been better by a large margin

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