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#3311780 Another Mock for Your Consideration...

Posted by SCPantherFan90 on 04 April 2015 - 10:24 AM

I'm definitely a fan of this draft. Although, I feel like Hardy won't make it to our 3rd Round pick (just my opinion). A less optimistic alternative would be Hardy in the second with a guy like Daryl Williams in the third. Either way, I'd be pumped.

#3311581 Panthers met extensively with 6-4/336-pound DT Eddie Goldman

Posted by SCPantherFan90 on 03 April 2015 - 10:29 PM

Part of me would hate that we wouldn't be going offense, but I can still see the logic in this pick. Like gettlemanjack mentioned, depth is very important for a well-functioning D-line. At first glance you would think that Goldman wouldn't get enough playing time, but that is not the case. Having 3-4 good DT's is a very good investment, which keeps your talent fresh on the field. Splitting Star, Short, Goldman, and Dwan 50/50 alone would give opposing offensive lines ZERO breathers.


It'd be like trying to pitch against the '96 New York Yankees. Who are you going to pitch around? 

#3286358 Robert Lester one of the best DB in the League next year?

Posted by SCPantherFan90 on 16 March 2015 - 12:12 PM

Lester won the 2013 Monday night game against New England.

I will always love him for this play alone. That was one of the best Panther games of all time, and it ended with us on top because of him.

#3255878 McShay Mock 3.0

Posted by SCPantherFan90 on 26 February 2015 - 08:52 PM

He's got us picking Clemmings over Collins? If that happens, my jimmies will most certainly be rustled.

#3248637 Jaelen Strong

Posted by SCPantherFan90 on 21 February 2015 - 03:14 PM

Agreed, especially since Cam misses high more than anything else. Looks like we'll have a pretty nice selection of high-potential WR's at the end of the first round if Gettleman decides to go that route.

The draft can't get here soon enough!

#3215620 Deflate-Gate: Patriots Being Investigated For Deflated Footballs

Posted by SCPantherFan90 on 21 January 2015 - 10:54 AM

As far the refs noticing is concerned, that is the last thing on their minds. They have to be on top of everything, which includes the pre-snap process. As fans all we see is a huddle-up, but the refs are paying attention to the substitutions, getting yelled at by both head coaches, have to spot the ball, make sure the chains are adjusted, get in proper position, etc. So, personally I have no problem seeing the logic of the refs overlooking something as subtle as the ball inflation (during the actual game that is). However, we all know how "buddy-buddy"Brady is with the refs every game, so I wouldn't be surprised by anything.

#3197188 Kelvin Benjamin gets it

Posted by SCPantherFan90 on 11 January 2015 - 12:08 PM

Post pretty much sums it up. It's a long season and he comes in and is thrust into the number one position. That said we put a lot of pressure on the kid. He did struggle but handled his business when it mattered last night. Sounds like he will get better.

Exactly. People underestimate how much pressure we actually put on Kelvin's shoulders. Starting a rookie WR as your number 1 from the very beginning of the season was a huge roll of the dice by Getts (Gotta take risks when you have minimum cap space). Anyone who has any SLIVER of a doubt about Kelvin needs to learn more about how football and the NFL works.

#3049433 Cam's first-down celebrations really bother a lot of people. Why?

Posted by SCPantherFan90 on 27 October 2014 - 04:33 PM

This is also my answer to those criticizing Cam... the PA announcer makes a HUGE deal of first downs in the stadium and everyone in the hyped up sections does the point when we get a 1st down.  Why shouldn't Cam?



This x1000...Literally the entire stadium is encouraged to celebrate first downs through the PA system. They're like miniature touchdowns IMO. I mean, what's more consistently suspenseful than the myriad of "3rd & Long's" (or 4th and inches) throughout the game where you know that somehow the Panthers NEED to convert or the opposing team gets their chance with the ball? First downs rule, and if they are celebrated by the fans in attendance, then I see no reason to look down on a 2-second smile/finger-point by the guy who got the job done.