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punkpanther

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In Topic: [RUMOR] Falcons to lose 2nd round pick

29 March 2015 - 10:19 AM

The dude who wouldn't be drafted would've been a seventh anyway. It's not like the second that got dropped would now go undrafted.

dude I'm not an idiot , I know that. I don't think anybody is stupid enough to think a 2nd round talent is going to go undrafted now. Thanks for the lesson.

In Topic: [RUMOR] Falcons to lose 2nd round pick

28 March 2015 - 07:39 PM

That's actually a good thing... Mr. Irrelevant gets to choose a team that he has a better chance of sticking with.

good point

In Topic: [RUMOR] Falcons to lose 2nd round pick

28 March 2015 - 05:37 PM

Isn't that kind of cheating out the draftees though? I wouldn't know of a solution to that though.

yeah seems like that would mean one guy who would have been drafted won't be...seems odd

In Topic: Cam Newton's feelings on the Offseason

28 March 2015 - 08:36 AM

He would probably ask what a " turn stall " is

In Topic: SB Nation does not have a clue

27 March 2015 - 12:40 PM

There is more to a draft, than just drafting players. The quantity as well as the quality of the players count. Gettleman has missed on some quality, and has missed on a lot when it comes to quantity.

Based on production and starts by a drafted player the Panthers rank 20th with a 48 point value on their picks over the 2013 and 2014 drafts.

The top team is Green Bay with a 91 point value for their picks. Nearly doubling the Panthers draft pick production.

Puts it into perspective using measurable values instead of opinion.

For example, no matter how you subjectively view AJ Klein or Kony Ealy they have not started games or produced near as much as other teams draft picks over the same time. You can talk someone up all you want, but until they produce at the same level as other players they will not carry the same value as those players who are producing.

Think of it as return on investment to date.

So if by solid you are stating he has done an average/mediocre job in the draft. I agree. Other GMs have had strong and good drafts - better than solid.

so we are evaluating drafts after one season now?