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SOJA 4 Round Mock

30 March 2015 - 03:17 PM

Round 1: 25th Overall


Jaelen Strong WR



Analysis: First off, he isn't a perfect match with KB. A perfect match would be a guy that could take the top off the defense, Strong can do that but his strength relies in his fundamentals. What he gives us is a weapon for Cam that will contribute right away. Olsen, KB, and Strong- you can't double team all of them- one of them is going to be open on 3rd down every time. I'm assuming in this mock that Peat is off the board. 


Round 2: 57th overall


Shaq Thompson SLB/Nickel LB 




Analysis: A lot of people on this board and in the media love Shaq and for good reason, but mark my words he's going to be that one "guy" every draft pundit is stunned is still on the board. Shaq stated at the combine he is likely a LB at the next level, but would be an excellent player to cover Tight Ends/Wide Receivers on third down. Shaq is an absolute football player and I know Rivera/McDermott could find a good use for him on the field. Oh yea and Thomas Davis would be the best mentor the NFL has to offer for young Shaq. Perfect fit. 


Round 3: 89th Overall


Duke Johnson RB



Analysis: I'll admit I'm a bit biased on this one after watching Duke Johnson dismantle ACC teams particularly my Tar Heels, but make no mistake this guy can ball. No reason to spend a first or second on a RB when you can find guys like Johnson as the draft goes on. Rivera and co. have made it clear a RB will be drafted- where and when is the question. 


Round 4: 124th Overall


Eric Rowe CB




Analysis: The Panthers have drafted some great players from Utah in the past (Smitty, Gross, Star) and Rowe just might be the next great one. A tall player 6'1" he is projected as a corner/FS at the next level. I think the Panthers like what they have in Boston and will try Rowe at outside corner with Bene sliding back to nickel. This gives us insurance if we can't re-sign Norman as well. 


Round 5- 7 BPA



Halo 5 Guardians Trailer

29 March 2015 - 08:39 PM






oh my fuging bosh the hype is real 

went on a date today

02 March 2015 - 10:56 PM

I went through a pretty bad breakup in December. I was pretty devastated because I thought it was going to work out long term maybe even with marriage. 


I've been dating around since then but nothing was even remotely close to what I was looking for. A few days ago I worked up the courage to ask a girl on a date that I thought was out of my league. We had a great date. I'm on cloud 9. 


I needed to tell someone this and who is better than a panel of internet strangers. 



Cam's Ankle

01 October 2014 - 06:53 PM

I've said it before I'll say it again: this is the sneaky story line under the steaming pile of crap- steve smith, hardy, and injuries. 


We all overlooked this surgery, and apparently Cam did too. 





Zod's evidence is that he is running around pregame goofing off which is all fine and good, but is 100% less intense and less psychologically challenging than playing in an NFL game. It probably doesn't hurt to walk around on, but getting twisted to the ground by a 300 pound man will get the job done. 


I love Cam and will never question either his: toughness, love for the game, or commitment to winning. This post isn't about that.


Right now things might look bad, but we're all focusing on stuff that is going to (eventually) go away/get resolved. But if Cam does serious damage to his ankle - very possible with all the hits he is taking- things go from marginally bad to nuclear. Cam's health is paramount to this franchise's future.  


Throw in a fluke rib injury and I'm not surprised the coaching staff is hellbent on Cam staying in the pocket. The problem there is- our offense line isn't creating a pocket.


For all of you with their PhD we have:

healing ankle of the pillar of our franchise + possibly the worst Panther's offensive line ever = bad. 


Let's all hope this young offensive line improves exponentially as the season progresses. 

Cam's Ankle

01 October 2014 - 06:53 PM