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#1 sanjay_rajput

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Posted 15 April 2014 - 11:05 PM

 Picks based on CBS prospect ranking | http://www.cbssports...rospectrankings

 

Offensive LineThe Carolina Panthers are getting younger, and filling key position on the roster for a smash mouth pro style offense like Seattle & 49rs. The middle of the O-line will be anchored by the pro bowl C-Kalil who is a master technician in the run & pass game. Amini & Kugbilla provides the guard combo that has the size, strength,& athletic ability to create true run gaps, and ability to pass protect. Byron Bell provides the most experience at the Tackle position, and his strength is also in the run game. The draft will provide us another tackle that can win the LT position in the off-season, or start at the RT.

 

Run Game | The run game has been the foundation for the Panther's Offense since the franchise was founded. Recent years have shown decline in the run game due to OL, injures, and passing league, yet the Panthers still manged to be in top 12 in 2013. Panthers philosophy is to play hard nose football and the running game will get a boost with the return of a healthy Stewart in the off-season training along with a younger OL. Mike Tolbert is the Swiss knife of the Panthers playing special team, short-yardage, screens, & goal line plays that produced 7 TD's for the offense. The Backfield Co. provides players with special niche in the offense that will be relied heavily on in the 2014 season. 

 

Passing Game | This unit is in rebuilding mode anchored by TE Greg Olsen, whose production have gone up ever year. Jason Avant and Cotchery provides veteran leadership, reliable target and lost production in FA. The coaches and FO believes that we don't need  a true # 1 WR but instead committee that can produce. The 2014 draft is a deep WR class that will allow the Panther's to draft  starting  WRs that can work outside and provide red-zone target. 

 

Defense | This unit finished # 2 and will improve in 2014 with experienced gained by the younger players. Key addition of Cason, Harper, and Decouds provides experience, veteran leadership, and size for the back-field. In addition, the help of younger DB and the draft will allow  Defense to become  more balanced on the front and back end.

 

 

1. OT- Cyrus Kouandjio | http://www.nfl.com/c...djio?id=2543482

 

2. WR- Jordan Matthews | http://www.nfl.com/c...hews?id=2543500

 

3. OT- Antonio Richardson | http://www.nfl.com/c...dson?id=2543508

 
4. WR- Brandon Coleman | http://www.nfl.com/c...eman?id=2543642
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


#2 Gallagher

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Posted 15 April 2014 - 11:31 PM

I can dig it.



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Posted 15 April 2014 - 11:40 PM

Cam Newton
Luke Kuechly
Greg Hardy
Star Lotulelei

That is the core. Ideally they'd like to add a LT to that list. Everyone else is expendable.

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Posted 15 April 2014 - 11:59 PM

Too good to be true.

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Posted 16 April 2014 - 12:02 AM

Too good to be true.


If we get Cyrus & Jordan 1-2 I won't give a fug the rest of the way.

But I bet Cyrus goes top 15. Everyone is taking about him sliding but he's too good. Someone will snag him.

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Posted 16 April 2014 - 01:18 AM

I would be very happy with this draft.....

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Posted 16 April 2014 - 01:33 AM

Cam Newton
Luke Kuechly
Greg Hardy
Star Lotulelei

That is the core. Ideally they'd like to add a LT to that list. Everyone else is expendable.

 

Really?  You wouldn't consider Kalil as a core player?



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Posted 16 April 2014 - 02:50 AM

Really? You wouldn't consider Kalil as a core player?


QB
DE
LT
DT
MLB

In my opinion those are the 5 most important positions in order. Kalil is a top 5 Center but that isn't as key a position as others. Plus he's right at 30 years old & has a very big cap number. He will likely be a casualty in 2-3 years unless he takes a big pay cut. Especially if Silatolu & Kugbilla pan out & the tackle positions have been solidified.

Dave doesn't play games. The days of great Panthers playing into their twilight while making big money are gone. Better get used to rooting for the team & not individual players.

#9 DaveThePanther2008

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Posted 16 April 2014 - 03:34 AM

QB
DE
LT
DT
MLB

In my opinion those are the 5 most important positions in order. Kalil is a top 5 Center but that isn't as key a position as others. Plus he's right at 30 years old & has a very big cap number. He will likely be a casualty in 2-3 years unless he takes a big pay cut. Especially if Silatolu & Kugbilla pan out & the tackle positions have been solidified.

Dave doesn't play games. The days of great Panthers playing into their twilight while making big money are gone. Better get used to rooting for the team & not individual players.

 

Just turned 29. 

 

Just like baseball   Up the middle is highly important.   Give Cam a crappy center or even a adequate center the Offense Fails.  Kalil is arguably the best center in the game.  EVEN at 29.  Jeff Saturday played at a Pro Bowl level until he was 36. 

 

The argument is whether he will be a cap casualty next year.  NOT A CHANCE.  We'll do everything we can to keep him beyond that time period too.  Whether we make him the top center again, I highly doubt it.   But Kalil will retire as a Panther.  PERIOD
 



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Posted 16 April 2014 - 03:45 AM

Just turned 29.

Just like baseball Up the middle is highly important. Give Cam a crappy center or even a adequate center the Offense Fails. Kalil is arguably the best center in the game. EVEN at 29. Jeff Saturday played at a Pro Bowl level until he was 36.

The argument is whether he will be a cap casualty next year. NOT A CHANCE. We'll do everything we can to keep him beyond that time period too. Whether we make him the top center again, I highly doubt it. But Kalil will retire as a Panther. PERIOD


Jeff Saturday SUCKED when he made the Pro Bowl at 36. It was a fan vote retirement bs that got him there. He was one of the worst centers in football that year & got benched by GB.

Kalil did get hurt & he missed 2012, & the offense was better without him than it was this year with him.

He will not be a Panther unless he takes a pay cut. He makes $12mil in '15 & I bet Dave pushes hard to lower that number. In '16 he is due $11mil with only $5mil in dead money. He will be a 31 year old OL with a history of serious leg injuries. I GUARANTEE he will get cut or take a massive cut at that point.

He is not the best center. There are 2-3 guys who are clearly better & another 2-3 who are just as good.

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Posted 16 April 2014 - 05:30 AM

Jeff Saturday SUCKED when he made the Pro Bowl at 36. It was a fan vote retirement bs that got him there. He was one of the worst centers in football that year & got benched by GB.

Kalil did get hurt & he missed 2012, & the offense was better without him than it was this year with him.

He will not be a Panther unless he takes a pay cut. He makes $12mil in '15 & I bet Dave pushes hard to lower that number. In '16 he is due $11mil with only $5mil in dead money. He will be a 31 year old OL with a history of serious leg injuries. I GUARANTEE he will get cut or take a massive cut at that point.

He is not the best center. There are 2-3 guys who are clearly better & another 2-3 who are just as good.

 

Care to name those centers then?



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Posted 16 April 2014 - 05:33 AM

I am not sure we can bank on Kugzilla for anything....at least I do not.



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Posted 16 April 2014 - 05:40 AM

If we get Cyrus & Jordan 1-2 I won't give a fug the rest of the way.

But I bet Cyrus goes top 15. Everyone is taking about him sliding but he's too good. Someone will snag him.

 

My hopes are Cyrus or Moses will be there.



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Posted 16 April 2014 - 06:30 AM

Jeff Saturday SUCKED when he made the Pro Bowl at 36. It was a fan vote retirement bs that got him there. He was one of the worst centers in football that year & got benched by GB.

Kalil did get hurt & he missed 2012, & the offense was better without him than it was this year with him.

He will not be a Panther unless he takes a pay cut. He makes $12mil in '15 & I bet Dave pushes hard to lower that number. In '16 he is due $11mil with only $5mil in dead money. He will be a 31 year old OL with a history of serious leg injuries. I GUARANTEE he will get cut or take a massive cut at that point.

He is not the best center. There are 2-3 guys who are clearly better & another 2-3 who are just as good.

 

 

History of serious leg injuries?  One in how many years.

 

Saturday Sucks.

 

Saturday played 13 seasons for the Colts, where he won a Super Bowl ring and was selected to four All-Pro teams and five Pro Bowls. He made his sixth and last Pro Bowl as a member of the Packers.

 

This conversation is over cause you know jack poo about what you are talking about.

 

Only Guarantee I see is that you just made a damn fool of yourself by saying Saturday sucks.  Guy has a great chance of being in the Hall of Fame..  

 

Go back to your NINER page cause you damn sure don't know poo about anything else.



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Posted 16 April 2014 - 06:47 AM

History of serious leg injuries? One in how many years.

Saturday Sucks.

Saturday played 13 seasons for the Colts, where he won a Super Bowl ring and was selected to four All-Pro teams and five Pro Bowls. He made his sixth and last Pro Bowl as a member of the Packers.

This conversation is over cause you know jack poo about what you are talking about.

Only Guarantee I see is that you just made a damn fool of yourself by saying Saturday sucks. Guy has a great chance of being in the Hall of Fame..

Go back to your NINER page cause you damn sure don't know poo about anything else.


You have the reading comprehension skills of a potato.

I didn't say anything about Saturday's career. I said Saturday sucked his last year. Newsflash: he did suck. Green Bay benched him because he was so terrible.

You're the one who used Saturday making the Pro Bowl at age 36 as a reason Kalil will be worth his salary at an older age. Saturday only made the Pro Bowl because he was retiring and homer Colts fans voted him in. He was beyond horrible that year.


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