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micnificent28

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#2770590 why you should be excited about kelvin Benjamin

Posted by micnificent28 on 08 May 2014 - 11:25 PM

http://www.sbnation....own-hands-speed

Physical specimen

I believe my uncle, a longtime high school basketball coach in Mississippi, was the first person I ever heard utter the phrase "you can't coach height." What he meant was that no matter how well he prepared his players, they would likely still have a hard time against a team that was taller.

There is a lot of truth in that statement.

ONCE HE GETS ROLLING, HE EATS UP GROUND LIKE RICK ROSS ON SOME LEMON PEPPER WINGS.

Just a good read for those ready to jump from the ledge.


#2769876 Round 1 - Carolina Panthers select WR Kelvin Benjamin FSU

Posted by micnificent28 on 08 May 2014 - 10:20 PM

LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




#2766595 More draft rumors...Jordan Matthews in the first?

Posted by micnificent28 on 08 May 2014 - 09:56 AM

Don't care if he goes in the first long as were not the team dumb enuff to take him there.


#2766337 Who's your 7th round pick

Posted by micnificent28 on 08 May 2014 - 04:23 AM

sentrel henderson or colt leryia




#2763908 Lance Zierlein lineman piece

Posted by micnificent28 on 06 May 2014 - 05:37 PM

http://www.rotoworld...eman-categories

2014 Blue Chips

Greg Robinson, LT, Auburn - Robinson has long arms, quick feet a massive frame and is as dominant a run blocker as I have seen come out of college thanks to his ridiculous leverage. He is raw in pass protection, but his flaws in technique are coachable and are not physical. He’s the best lineman (and maybe player) in this draft.

Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M - Matthews doesn’t have blue chip size, but we he has is blue chip movement skills and technique that is rare to find heading into a draft. Matthews is a plug and play tackle who has been coached up by his father (Hall of Fame lineman Bruce Matthews) and I can’t find major flaws in his game. While Matthews is polished,, his ceiling isn’t nearly as high as Robinson’s, but he’s a very safe pick.


#2762911 Most Drafts have us taking OT Morgan Moses in 1st round

Posted by micnificent28 on 06 May 2014 - 08:14 AM

I wouldn't oppose. Infact if we go oline I would prefer him over benito and martin personally.


#2762832 The Fearsome 4s

Posted by micnificent28 on 06 May 2014 - 05:49 AM

This title reminds me of a comic book title. On a sidenote, we should call our our front 4 plus td and luke the sinister 6.


#2756431 Why Ryan Shazier is the BPA.

Posted by micnificent28 on 29 April 2014 - 11:37 PM

TD has 2 to 3 years left in him Ryan would be a great move and would lay the foundation at front 7 for many years ... But that's if the big 4 ot/wr isn't there .. But he is impact player that will add element to already dominate defense

 

Why would we even consider doing this when obviously the pick needs to be ot or wr. Were not in a position to take a luxury pick and draft for 2-3 years down the road were not the seahawks or the 49ers who's teams are already deep. We just gutted the offense period. We don't have extra picks...If we want to win we should not be planning on draft a backup linebacker when klien is fine we drafted on last year. No reason to keep stacking on to already stout positions when the offense is burning in flames. I can't even believe were debating this in a thread.




#2756418 Coach: Protecting Cam top priority

Posted by micnificent28 on 29 April 2014 - 11:06 PM

I'm sorry but you must not have any draft knowledge because your statement is very ignorant. If anything this year we fix WR and fix OL next year. Your talking 5 blue chip OL this year compared to 20 to 30 blue chip WRs.

 

Couldn't agree more and the 5 OL will be off the board before we pick. And then we would be in dangerous when you reach you get screwed range in gettlman terms.




#2756415 Why Ryan Shazier is the BPA.

Posted by micnificent28 on 29 April 2014 - 10:58 PM

Can we stop this insane talk of drafting players we don't need.




#2751880 According to McShay, We Should Move Up for WR

Posted by micnificent28 on 25 April 2014 - 07:36 PM

What is gettlemans style? So far it seems like a bunch of white bread b.s to me. Dont trade up ignorr your needs cut your number one wr hell cut them all. We dont need wrs to win draft bpa even if its another linebacker. Gettlemane style sounds like not winning to me.


#2750589 Cam gets 5th year

Posted by micnificent28 on 24 April 2014 - 06:03 PM

I heard the steam engine is set to revolution the cotton industry.


#2750065 Mocking the Panthers 8.0

Posted by micnificent28 on 24 April 2014 - 10:45 AM

Im thinking CB in the first if a projected day 1 starter is still on the board. Fuller is my pick. WR is deep, so unless they really like Adams or latimore, the pick will be CB IMO.


Cam might walk up to the podium and pimp slap gman but whatever I guess.


#2749527 kiper doesn't think panthers should take tackle at 28

Posted by micnificent28 on 23 April 2014 - 10:01 PM

Dear god no. Talk about reaching. It's bad enough both of these guys will end up being RTs at the next level.

for once I agree with this guy.


#2749479 kiper doesn't think panthers should take tackle at 28

Posted by micnificent28 on 23 April 2014 - 09:37 PM

In fact, Kiper doesn't see any tackles at 28 that will would be better pick for Panthers than a WR. Mel Kiper says he doesn't see an OT he's excited about for the #Panthers to take with 28th pick.
"In Carolina, receiver has to trump tackle" -- Kiper on Panthers' pick at 28. Per dave newton. And I agree 100%. I want a tackle but sorry the value just isn't there...




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