When Cam came into the league he was a loser QB because he lost games. Then he started winning, and now he does it because of the D and the many elite offensive players on the team making him look good.
As a European I have been to both New York, Charlotte, Dallas, Kansas and most of California... My advise, if you want to meet the "real" Americans for the love of god stay away from the north east. New York has a lot to offer for a tourist, but the people living there is for the most part idiots.
Charlotte and Dallas is my two favorite city's in US. The weather is great, the people are nice and there is a lot to see.
I love all the white knights chiming in, "You should never hit a woman". I wonder if it keeps them up at night that I shot a woman in the face? Sure it was a Iraq and she was a suicide bomber but according to their logic i shouldn't have used any violence against her
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Another thing, people keep saying drafting a DE would be "drafting for the future".
Why aren't we "drafting for the future" at WR or OT? Why should those positions be put on the back burner when we are much deeper at DE?
I know BPA is the strategy but I'd be shocked if Ealy is the BPA when we're on the clock.
Drafting a DE high could also mean thinking about the future at OT or WR.
Some teams just want veteran players on some positions. Drafting a DE would allow us to free up some money in the future and maybe we could use them on a OT or WR etc.
So instead of paying both CJ and GH 13-15 million a year in years to come, you pay one and have a cheap young DE on the other side freeing up money for other positions. This is pretty much the essence of the BPA idea.
Nothing against him or him as a target for the Panthers... But for the love of god, stop with the Steve Smith thing. NO ONE WILL EVER BE ANYTING LIKE STEVE. And if we draft the dude, comparing him to Steve will be unfair to both of them.