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#1 DaveThePanther2008

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 07:00 AM

Depending on the draft unfolds there is a large possibility that a first round caliber WR won't be there when we choose.   There are some WR in the Free Agent Market that intrigue me.

 

Eric Decker  Denver 6'3" 26 ... Big WR .... #1 Free Agent WR (According to NFL.com)

 

A. Boldin SF 6'!' A bit older but tough as nails and would be a steal from NFC Rival.   But he is as old as Smitty 33

 

Kenny Britt Tenn.  6'3" and only 25.  I know injuries have hurt is value but still young enough to make a huge different if healthy.

 

Jeremy Maclin Philly 6'0" 25.  Was solid as a #2 to D. Jackson.

 

Hakeem Nicks NYG 6'1"  26 injuries has hurt him but probably would get a good discount for his hometown team.

 

Golden Tate Seattle 5'10" 25 what I like about Tate is every season he has improved.  Plus we could get the real reason Jimmy Clausen fell to us.

 

Anyone of these guys would be an upgrade over LaFell.   I think of the 6. Decker is probably my favorite.  Only one that isn't either old or coming off injury minus Tate..   Whether DG would come off the money for him would be the big question.

 

I would love to see him become a Carolina Panther. 



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 07:09 AM

Mighty weak selection.

#3 DaveThePanther2008

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 07:41 AM

Mighty weak selection.

 

Not much of an analyst are you?  Maclin, Decker, Boldin and Hicks weak.

 

Any one of these guys would be a HUGE upgrade over LaFell.   Sitting at 28 the chances of a TOP TIER WR in round 1 is very slim.  Oh you can reach and take a 2nd round prospect in round one.   Or you could take a smaller gamble and take on of these guys. 



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 07:49 AM

You missed out these guys.

Emmanuel Sanders
Tiquan Underwood
Jericho Cotchery
James Jones
Mario Manningham
Jacoby Jones
Riley Cooper
Jerome Simpson
Andre Roberts
Dexter McCluster
Josh Morgan

I actually like the kid from the bucs Underwood big tall deep threat looked a nice player to me and would be cheap If Tampa don't bring him back, if be happy with him & McCluster plus a draft pick up at receiver, both cheap deals and McCluster is a good proven slot guy that people are talking about with drafting Brandon Cooks.

#5 DaveThePanther2008

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 08:00 AM

You missed out these guys.

Emmanuel Sanders
Tiquan Underwood
Jericho Cotchery
James Jones
Mario Manningham
Jacoby Jones
Riley Cooper
Jerome Simpson
Andre Roberts
Dexter McCluster
Josh Morgan

I actually like the kid from the bucs Underwood big tall deep threat looked a nice player to me and would be cheap If Tampa don't bring him back, if be happy with him & McCluster plus a draft pick up at receiver, both cheap deals and McCluster is a good proven slot guy that people are talking about with drafting Brandon Cooks.

 

A lot on the list.  The ones I selected were ones that I thought would be surefire upgrades over LaFell.  A lot of those you listed may or may not be as good as LaFell.
 



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 08:13 AM

I think gettleman likes the guys with something to prove, cheap on the cap players. And some of these guys are young and hungry, you have to ask how much nicks has left and how much will he cost, sometimes it's not all about what you have done is what you can do, a better line next year and whatever receivers we have they will do better but we need guys who can create seperation and catch, lafell just can't.

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 08:24 AM

You missed out these guys.

Emmanuel Sanders
Tiquan Underwood
Jericho Cotchery
James Jones
Mario Manningham
Jacoby Jones
Riley Cooper
Jerome Simpson
Andre Roberts
Dexter McCluster
Josh Morgan

I actually like the kid from the bucs Underwood big tall deep threat looked a nice player to me and would be cheap If Tampa don't bring him back, if be happy with him & McCluster plus a draft pick up at receiver, both cheap deals and McCluster is a good proven slot guy that people are talking about with drafting Brandon Cooks.

Jacoby Jones



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 08:39 AM

Depending on the draft unfolds there is a large possibility that a first round caliber WR won't be there when we choose.   There are some WR in the Free Agent Market that intrigue me.

 

Eric Decker  Denver 6'3" 26 ... Big WR .... #1 Free Agent WR (According to NFL.com)

 

A. Boldin SF 6'!' A bit older but tough as nails and would be a steal from NFC Rival.   But he is as old as Smitty 33

 

Kenny Britt Tenn.  6'3" and only 25.  I know injuries have hurt is value but still young enough to make a huge different if healthy.

 

Jeremy Maclin Philly 6'0" 25.  Was solid as a #2 to D. Jackson.

 

Hakeem Nicks NYG 6'1"  26 injuries has hurt him but probably would get a good discount for his hometown team.

 

Golden Tate Seattle 5'10" 25 what I like about Tate is every season he has improved.  Plus we could get the real reason Jimmy Clausen fell to us.

 

Anyone of these guys would be an upgrade over LaFell.   I think of the 6. Decker is probably my favorite.  Only one that isn't either old or coming off injury minus Tate..   Whether DG would come off the money for him would be the big question.

 

I would love to see him become a Carolina Panther. 

Did Decker play in the Super Bowl? Decker looks good because nobody game plans for him. he is the 4th option at best for Denver and is yet to prove in my opinion to be elite. so why pay him #1WR money in Carolina. 



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 09:02 AM

Jerome Simpson and Jacoby Jones are underrated talents. Kenny Britt is David Gettis' evil twin but this team could use some evil.

My list if FAs would be in order by want:

Jeremy Maclin
Hakeem Nicks
Kenny Britt
Jacoby Jones
Jerome Simpson

And when he gets cut Sidney Rice behind Britt

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 09:55 AM

I'm not real wild about any of those guys unless you are talking about a number two. Maclin I like, but not for the $ he will want. Kenny Britt would be a nice add on a 1 year deal.

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 10:01 AM

I like a corp of smitty Britt Ginn and draft pick. Not bad if you ask me plus we have McNutt and king in the fold

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 10:17 AM

Given our cap situation, I think the best we can hope for on that list involves a hometown discount from Nicks. 



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 10:19 AM

can't believe Britt is only 25... i feel like he's been around for a while now



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 10:38 AM

Jacoby Jones and Ted Ginn as duel deep threats? Imagine the planning teams would have to do for kickoffs if they were both back there returning kicks.

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 11:11 AM

I bet Tate stays in Seattle and maybe even Decker in Denver, but I'm more sure about Tate in Seattle.  I like Nicks, J Jones and E Sanders, and I think they all could be successful here.  Plus those three I am pretty sure they will hit the market.  I don't think Decker is a #1 option on any team, though he benefits greatly on that team with three other viable weapons.




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