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25 June 2014 - 10:33 PM

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You're starting an NFL franchise tomorrow.hey're named the London Jaguars and the English are madferrit. Under some loophole in the expansion draft system, you have the opportunity to pluck either Cam Newton or Andrew Luck from their respective teams. (We'll get to the fallout connected to the front offices of the Panthers and Colts at a later date).Who do you pick? Age won't help you make a decision here: Newton just turned 25, and Luck reaches the same age in September. How about team success? Luck has led the Colts to the postseason in each of his first two years, and went off in a wild playoff comeback against the Chiefs in January.Newton needed three years to crack the playoffs -- and went one-and-done when he did -- but that 12-win Panthers team was superior to either of Luck's Colts squads.



2014 Draft | Final Mock

30 April 2014 - 07:24 PM

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



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


2. WR - Kelvin Benjamin | http://www.nfl.com/c...amin?id=2543471


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

6. CB - Dontae Johnson | http://www.nfl.com/c...nson?id=2543739

60 % of the 2014 Draft is offensive talent.

29 April 2014 - 08:34 PM





ust as offense dominated the NFL regular season, it could dominate the NFL draft. The rich side of the ball should get richer, as the draft offers significantly more offensive talent than defensive talent. 

"It's surprising how heavy it is on the one side of the ball," one NFC general manager said. He estimated that of the 120 or so players on his board, 65 percent are offensive players.

A college scouting director said about 60 percent of the players on his team's board are offensive prospects. "It's such a balanced group throughout the offensive positions," he said. "Usually it's more defense heavy."

A high-ranking AFC personnel exec said about 60 percent of the 200 players he considers draftable are on the offensive side of the ball. He said it is particularly lopsided in the first three rounds. "There is a lot of opportunity on offense," he said.




Was watching ESPN & NFL network and most analyst are overlooking the Panthers especially due to the NFC South history of non-repeat Champion and the winner is usually 12-4 . I say frist time for everything with a resurgence in the offense and a elite defense. 






2014 Draft | Core Players

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

2014 Draft | Double Dip

08 April 2014 - 06:54 PM

 | Cyrus Kouandjio Pro day 4 | 08 | 14





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


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


3. RT- Cameron Fleming |  http://www.nfl.com/c...ming?id=2543654


4. TE- C.J. Fiedorowicz | http://www.nfl.com/c...wicz?id=2543721


5. WR- Kevin Norwood | http://www.nfl.com/c...wood?id=2543689


6. CB- Deion Belue | http://www.nfl.com/c...elue?id=2543546


7. OLB- Tyler Starr | http://www.nfl.com/c...tarr?id=2543857


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