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Cracka McNasty

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Really Good Write-up on Funchess and What He Brings

07 May 2015 - 09:07 PM

http://704sports.com...devin-funchess/

 

Friend showed me the article, haven't heard of this website before, but it has insight as well as examples of what he brings to the team as a prospect and WR. Guy says he's going to do one on each prospect except for Mayo. Worth a read. 


The Best Deep Ball QBs of 2014

29 April 2015 - 10:48 AM

Page 1

 

To the good part that we care about on page 2:

 

 

 

Cam Newton is an interesting case. He got screwed over by his receivers dropping some excellent passes or not being on the same page, yet has been able to stand on his own in spite of this. While not an excellent deep ball passer, Newton’s film was a nice surprise.

 

Nothing we didn't already know, but it's nice to see we aren't crazy in thinking the guy just needs a little bit of help. Interesting look for all the QBs

 

Talk amongst yourselves. 


Cracka McNasty's Cream your pants 2015 Fanspeak Draft

21 April 2015 - 09:13 AM

Somehow, someway this is what I ended up with. All were BPA on my board in the round I drafted in. Got bored at work and there's no new news.

 

 

25: R1P25 WR DEVANTE PARKER LOUISVILLE  

Of course this will never happen, but it's nice to dream right? Parker is big, fast, and High points the ball well. He’s a legitimate vertical threat and potential stud WR. No brainer pick.

 

57: R2P25 RB TEVIN COLEMAN INDIANA

Best player on the board in a position of potential need. Will spell Stewie. Needs to work on ball security but a solid low to the ground back.

 

89: R3P25 CB ALEX CARTER STANFORD

Tall Corner that has the frame teams covet. Tough and good in run support.

 

124: R4P25 OT DONOVAN SMITH PENN STATE

WE FINALLY TAKE AN OT!!! And he’s pretty damn good too. Unfortunately it has been said he has a case of the Otahs and will need someone to look over his work ethic/eating habits. Either way, it’s only a 4th round pick not a first we traded up to use so I’m fine with chancing on the kid. If he works out we have a future starting tackle.  

 

161: R5P25 WR JUSTIN HARDY EAST CAROLINA

The Huddle Messiah – Justin Hardy. I personally don’t think he will last this long, but Christ, I couldn’t not take him. Great route runner, great hands, but undersized and more quick than he is fast. Great potential as a slot receiver. I’d be thrilled if we got him.

 

169: R5P33 DT RAKEEM NUNEZ-ROCHES SOUTHERN MISS Knew nothing about this kid until I drafted him. Apparently he’s from Belize and worked part time throughout high school to help pay the bills with his mom. He is in school for Bio-sciences so he’s no dummy. Wants to be a vet if the football doesn't work. Kid has heart and he’s a 5th round pick that could take over for one of our aging DTs in the next few years

 

174: R5P38 CB CRAIG MAGER TEXAS STATE

Double dipping that CB – Good sized CB at 5’11”, Everything I read about this kid I like. Ran a 4.44 40 and has helped to raise his two younger sisters with his Grandmother since he was 15. Grandmother just passed away last year. Accountable, smooth athlete, good tackler, I’d be thrilled if we took him at any point in the draft.

 

201: R6P25 CLAYTON GEATHERS UCF

Great intangibles and has bloodline in the NFL. Slow 40 made him drop in the draft, but kid has confidence and potential.

 

242: R7P25 FB JALSTON FOWLER ALABAMA

It’s a Fullback. Nothing sexy here, but Tolbert is older than some people think and didn't have a very productive year even when he was healthy last year. Would obviously replace the Tolldozer and in doing so would free up cap space that Hurney threw at another RB.

 

 

 


E:60 Cam Newton Profile

02 April 2015 - 11:46 PM

Part One

 

Part Two

 

I just stumbled across this. Don't remember if it was posted, but whatever, gives you something to look at in the offseason that isn't a Panther'sUnited thread. 


Cam Newton: A Franchise QB?

27 January 2015 - 01:42 PM

Short answer is yes... yes he is

 

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