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#3323593 The Case for Agholor using Gettlelogic

Posted by C47 on 16 April 2015 - 02:57 PM

OBJ isn't really a good comparison IMO. Not as sudden or quick as Beck. OBJ created separation fairly naturally in the way he got in and out of breaks. There was no rounding off anything. He puts his foot in the ground and goes. Whether on a deep post, comeback, or an in. Beckham also has a set of ridiculous hands on him. He's just an athletic freak.

Not saying anything negative about Agholor, but OBJ is special.


He's a hybrid of Reggie Wayne and Jeremy Maclin, and that's a perfect compliment to KB.

#3323433 USC WR Nelson Agholor has private visit with Panthers today

Posted by C47 on 16 April 2015 - 12:27 PM

I could not possibly disagree more.


Completely understandable. I've seen almost every snap Strong has played, and he's just not a difference maker to me. I think Agholor can be if utilized correctly, and no....that's not a "USC" thing. That's a "taking his skill set and looking how it fits" thing. 

#3323408 USC WR Nelson Agholor has private visit with Panthers today

Posted by C47 on 16 April 2015 - 12:05 PM

If we end up taking Nelson Agholor at #25 over Jaelen Strong, I'm going to throw an intense hissy fit.  Just fair warning.


Agholor is better, and a better compliment to KB. Strong is severely overrated on this board. Ball skills nowhere near what people claim them to be, can't separate, and plays small far too often. 

#3323349 CBS Re-Mock

Posted by C47 on 16 April 2015 - 11:28 AM

Okay, so basically he's a terrible blocker who you're making excuses for.  Got it.


Sure, if that's what you took out it....cool.


How about this: Fundamentally, he's a sound blocker. He just doesn't finish them consistently because with his current strength level it creates challenges. There's no reason you couldn't assume that he'll become more consistent as he adds muscle in an NFL strength and conditioning program. Clear enough? Not an excuse, analysis. One that most profiles seem to mention as well. 

#3322451 CBS Sports 7 Round Mock Draft

Posted by C47 on 15 April 2015 - 12:07 PM

Some of you people are so simple minded. If you can't look past a uniform it's pretty pathetic. 

#3321662 Panthers to work out Agholor

Posted by C47 on 14 April 2015 - 05:08 PM

At this rate, The Panthers will have nobody to choose from. Everybody is a Top 20 pick all the sudden.


It's almost like players Draft stock in mocks fluctuate throughout the process because the "experts" get better information.

#3319303 Mayock: 2015 WR class has eight with 1st round grade

Posted by C47 on 11 April 2015 - 09:43 PM

Hard not to be skeptical about USC receivers, especially after Dwayne Jarrett...

That being said, I would not mind us grabbing a good hands guy (Hardy?) or speed #2 (Perriman?)


Only if you're a moron or someone who wears lucky underwear to every game. 

#3314555 Cedric Still Going In The First?

Posted by C47 on 07 April 2015 - 11:24 AM

If I believed he could be a top tackle for the next ten years after one year off, I'd do it.


This, and Zierlein's sources seem to suggest teams have asked themselves that question, and the answer is "yes". Are we one of those teams? Who knows, but I do find it odd that Gettleman mentioned Cedric specifically during his end of the season presser. 

#3313896 Prospect Meetings By Position. 2015 Edition.

Posted by C47 on 06 April 2015 - 06:51 PM

Shaq is coming in for a workout if it hasn't been posted yet



  • Ken PIE'd this

#3313423 Panthers dine with Shaq Thompson

Posted by C47 on 06 April 2015 - 12:04 PM

I know it's bleacher report but:


"Shaq Thompson might project as a “tweener” at the pro level because of his 6'0", 228-pound frame, but let's not forget about the athletic versatility the former University of Washington star brings to the field.

Thompson doesn’t have the prototypical size to play linebacker and his 4.64 speed won't jump off the page if you want to slide him back into the secondary at the safety position. But the tape, the true grading tool used by scouts and decision-makers in the NFL, tells me that this guy can flat-out play football regardless of where he lines up on Sundays."


That's written by Matt Bowen, a former NFL DB. Bleacher report has done a complete 180 from the website that it used to be btw. A ton of highly credible and knowledgeable people write there now. 

#3312896 Panthers dine with Shaq Thompson

Posted by C47 on 05 April 2015 - 07:32 PM

he is used to return punts as well...I mean seriously?


Yea, he was a standout player in all three phases of the game while at Washington. Played QB for a few games in HS too. As well as being a good enough Center Fielder to be drafted by the Red Sox. 

#3301842 Mocking the Fifth

Posted by C47 on 27 March 2015 - 11:59 AM

I remember when people thought Jarvis Landry was gonna be a fourth or fifth rounder too....

#3300970 Throwback Thursday....

Posted by C47 on 26 March 2015 - 06:08 PM

Uh the way Luke played this year... he has a WAYS to go to catch up to JP in his prime. You guys are still salty he left when we didn't respect him with our bullshit offer 


Making him the highest played Defensive Player in the game (at the time) was a "bullshit offer"?


And yes....Luke is a better player on a more consistent basis than Peppers was. I would argue TD is as well.

#3300407 Joe Montana NFL Football 16... AKA NFL 2k16... Madden's tyrannical monopo...

Posted by C47 on 26 March 2015 - 11:23 AM

Without reading through all the trading card game nonsense, is the article for real? I saw some comments saying yes, no, something about MUT and FUT...and then I got lost.


Am about to purchase a PS4 and this, if true, might derail that decision.


Buy your PS4 and play the hell out of it. Rumor is just that. No chance this is an NFL game.

#3298810 Joe Montana NFL Football 16... AKA NFL 2k16... Madden's tyrannical monopo...

Posted by C47 on 25 March 2015 - 03:03 PM

Could very well be a loophole Microsoft found... 


I doubt it....the idea that this was an NFL game started from a forum poster. If there was a loophole that a developer could make an NFL game as long as it was single party (as the poster claims), this would have been done years ago by 2K. The BS just doesn't add up. There's a game, but it's not an NFL game. This is going to be another All Pro Football type game. The one saving grace will be IF it's released for the PC. One of the developers has already been talking about how deep the customization in the game is going to be. They wouldn't need that if it had NFL teams out of the box.