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JerrichoScores

Member Since 07 Apr 2014
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#2818785 Motivation for "sorriest receivers in the NFL"

Posted by JerrichoScores on 13 June 2014 - 12:37 PM

Count us out! I dare you!!!! 

 

Heh.  I agree that we are getting counted out, but I ALSO like this guy's idea for us....

 

Moore is the kind of player we need.  He'd bring an element we lack ... and it's an important one.




#2781182 Tyler Gaffney Panthers Comparison

Posted by JerrichoScores on 11 May 2014 - 05:18 PM

People need to show Tyler Gaffney some respect (scouting report.)  He's a serious competitor with a lot of what you want in a power back.  Another high character guy that can actually play.  Good add.




#2753571 SI.com's Panthers draft needs

Posted by JerrichoScores on 27 April 2014 - 05:48 PM

im just not sure either of them will last till our picks in the 2nd and 3rd rounds

 

Totally valid.  

 

The thing is, this draft is so deep, you can just take a guy like Jordan Matthews or wait until the 3rd to start with receivers and go after Paul Richardson or a guy like Robert Herron, who I think could be really good.

 

How about Quincy Enunwa in the 4th?

 

How about L'Damian Washington in the 5th?

 

This draft never runs out.  I'm tellin' ya!




#2753306 SI.com's Panthers draft needs

Posted by JerrichoScores on 27 April 2014 - 11:08 AM

Landry's stock has been skyrocketing lately. ive seen mocks with teams taking him in the 1st recently. i think he is a mid/late second round talent. and i do hope we draft him. i like the combo of Davante Adams and Landry

 

You cetainly get talented players who can catch the ball if you go that way.  I'd try to wait on Jarvis Landry until the 3rd at least, because the draft is so deep.  I think I'd try to get Adams in the 2nd.




#2744152 Brandin Cooks Surprises His Mom

Posted by JerrichoScores on 19 April 2014 - 05:43 PM

Don't worry, this kid can afford to take care of Mom.  He's going to be very very good.




#2743437 What do you want in 1st?

Posted by JerrichoScores on 18 April 2014 - 08:14 PM

I am a Jordan Matthews fan boy, so I want him in the first. But I am afraid this team will go OT in the first. No matter what, then pick up a WR, whichever is left in the second and third rounds.

 

Jordan Matthews is a player.  Here's a really good article on him.  I was hoping to steal Matthews in the second, but I know it's a long shot.

 

If they took him in the first, I would not complain.




#2743250 Paul Richardson Bandwagon now boarding....

Posted by JerrichoScores on 18 April 2014 - 04:01 PM

Stills only had a 33 1/2 vertical (bottom of barrel for NFL WR), Richardson had a 38 (top of barrel for NFL WR)

also, Stills is #4 in receiving yards of all WRs taken in last year's draft, so he was likely worth at least a 2nd or 3rd round pick (before the draft, he was given a third-round grade from the NFL advisory committee)

Stills in 2013 - 641 yds, 5 TD on 708 snaps (played 61.3% of Saints offensive snaps) and #1 in NFL with 20.0 yards/catch...he did so well the Saints let go of Lance Moore (now a Steeler). Last month, NFL.com's Gil Brandt wrote a piece profiling ten 2nd-year players due for break-out seasons. He had Stills on it and wrote: "Projection for 2014: 70 catches, 1,050 yards, eight touchdowns."

compare how Stills did to the other WRs taken in last year's draft:

#8 - Tavon Austin - 280 yds, 1 TD, 8.5 y/c

#27 - DeAndre Hopkins - 802 yds on 939 snaps - 15.4 y/c

#29 - Cordarrelle Patterson - 469 yds

#34 - Justin Hunter - 354 yds

#41 - Robert Woods - 587 yds

#59 - Aaron Dobson - 513 yds

#74 - Terrance Williams - 736 yds on 636 snaps - 16.7 y/c

#76 - Keenan Allen - 1,046 yds on 799 snaps - 14.7 y/c

#78 - Marquise Goodwin - 283 yds

#79 - Markus Wheaton - 64 yds

#92 - Stedman Bailey - 226 yds

#101 - Ace Sanders - 484 yds

#102 - Josh Boyce - 121 yds

#123 - Chris Harper - none

#128 - Quinton Patton - 34 yds

#144 - Stills

#161 - Tavarres King - none

#171 - Corey Fuller - none

#174 - Ryan Swope - none

#186 - Justin Brown - none

#195 - Alan Bonner - none

#197 - Cobi Hamilton - none

#209 - Brice Butler - 103 yds

#216 - Charles Johnson - none

#224 - Kevin Dorsey - none

#236 - Marquess Wilson - 13 yds

#238 - Aaron Mellette - none

 

Yes!  Dead on.  My favorite site had Stills as the steal of last year's draft and they nailed it.  They love Paul Richardson this year.  

 

I'm a believer.  I think he's a great option in the 3rd or 4th if he slips a bit.

 

He can replace what we lost with Ginn and then some of what we've lost with Smitty.




#2742645 Paul Richardson Bandwagon now boarding....

Posted by JerrichoScores on 17 April 2014 - 08:26 PM

saying Paul Richardson does not run the entire route tree is just not true. now he does get beat up by more physical CBs at times, but he has also competed with the best in the PAC-12. had a decent game vs Oregon, and they had 2 very good CBs.

 

You are right.

 

Who are the college receivers running the full route tree?  They all run what their offense requires and it's usually just a handfull of routes, many of which have no stem.

 

It's a bogus complaint.

 

The questions is, is he capable of running the full route tree or enough routes to maximize his skill set?




#2739447 According to PFT Panthers have interest in Sidney Rice

Posted by JerrichoScores on 14 April 2014 - 08:43 PM

No Rice.  Nice talent but usually hurt.  Eats a roster spot.

 

Pass.




#2739411 John Clayton Weighs in on our talent at Receiver

Posted by JerrichoScores on 14 April 2014 - 08:14 PM

everyone sees how much of a joke this question is, right?

 

Exactly.  The answer was lacking too.  This article I posted earllier has it right.  This is the year to turn the page at WR.  I'll mis Steve as much as anybody else, but it was time.  He's too intense to fade away as a Panther.  

 

It may stink to have massive turnover, but this is absolutely the time to do it, and, let's face it, we were well below average at WR anyway.  There's every chance we'll end up better.




#2739303 Panthers hosting WR Robert Herron

Posted by JerrichoScores on 14 April 2014 - 06:41 PM

This Robert Herron kid can flat out ball.  Could be a steal in the third or the fourth.  Check out his scouting report.




#2739144 John Clayton Weighs in on our talent at Receiver

Posted by JerrichoScores on 14 April 2014 - 03:45 PM

Here's a much better take on our receiving situation. 

 

Think long term!  And, who knows, maybe we nail a few guys who can play right away.




#2732844 "Scootch over, first round WRs"---Allen Robinson needs room

Posted by JerrichoScores on 09 April 2014 - 01:28 PM

http://www.cbssports...t-at-penn-state

 

The guy few of us are talking about.  He just seems right.

 

He's got first round ability for sure.  Here's a positive review on him.

 

Allen Robinson scouting report




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