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#3224133 What is the #1 headline you want to hear this offseason?

Posted by TylerVagyler on Yesterday, 12:08 PM

"Panthers GM David Gettleman vs. Ravens WR Steve Smith at Wrestlemania 31 in a steel cage match"




#3221248 2015 Huddle mock offseason rules/ offense and specialist FA pool

Posted by TylerVagyler on 27 January 2015 - 10:00 AM

Browns are placing the franchise tag on Jordan Cameron




#3214317 TarheelBlazer's 7 Round "Seattle Slayer" Mock Draft

Posted by TylerVagyler on 20 January 2015 - 09:13 AM

Your first 4 picks will probably go in the 1st or 2nd round. Your 5th round pick could go in the 3rd or 4th. I don't know the 6th round guy. And your 7th pick is a wasted pick.




#3214076 TarheelBlazer's 7 Round "Seattle Slayer" Mock Draft

Posted by TylerVagyler on 19 January 2015 - 11:25 PM

isn't marcus peters a 1st round guy?




#3208731 Panthers in talks w/Josh Norman about extension

Posted by TylerVagyler on 17 January 2015 - 10:39 AM

4 years, 32 mil? That's not happening. That'd put him in the top 8 in money for CBs. 

 

EDIT: That's based on 2014 CB salaries. In 2015, he'd be in the top 12-13 range. Maybe more appropriate but still seems like too much for him. I think we'll see something closer to 4 years, 24 mil.




#3202754 Panthers Press Conferences Streaming Live at 11....

Posted by TylerVagyler on 13 January 2015 - 11:24 AM

Gettleman should fire him after listening to this haha




#3201222 John Fox and Denver parting ways

Posted by TylerVagyler on 12 January 2015 - 05:42 PM

Fox took a team QB'd by Tim Freakin' The Golden Calf of Bristol to the playoffs...

 

I don't care what the schedule was...that's impressive

 

They were 8-8




#3200654 Tyler Vagyler Mock Offseason v1

Posted by TylerVagyler on 12 January 2015 - 01:52 PM

Release:

 

DeAngelo Williams - designated as a June 1st cut to help with money. Delo's time here is up. We all know it.

Thomas DeCoud - he's garbage and there's no reason to keep him on the team.

Ramon Harper - made some nice plays but also looked terrible at times.

 

 

 

Resigning:

 

Fozzy Whitaker - I'm comfortable with him as one of the backups behind Stewart. Short-term, very low cost.

Ed Dickson - solid backup TE. He played fine for us this season in that role wouldn't mind bringing him back.

 

 

 

Free Agents:

 

King Dunlap, LT

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Just had a great season with the Chargers. DG trusted the guys on the roster last season and it failed. I think he goes hard after a free agent tackle this offseason in response. Dunlap will hopefully be his top target.

 

 

Michael Crabtree, WR

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After somewhat of a down year I expect his price-tag to decrease. Kaep was bad this season and the whole team seemed to be off due to the drama around their head coach. Crabtree is still a great talent and would be a nice compliment to KB and the #2 we desperately need.

 

 

Jarrett Boykin, WR

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This is nothing but a depth signing. Boykin had a decent 2013 season wit the Packers (49 rec, 681 yards, 3 TDs) but didn't see a lot of action this season due to GB being loaded at WR. He should be a cheap signing.


Da'Norris Searcy, SS

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Searcy played 14 games, 12 starts, and finished with 65 tackles, 3 INT, 2 FF this season. He is a heavy hitter and would be a perfect fit beside Boston (not just because they're both UNC guys). With the Bills hiring Rex Ryan as their coach he may chose to resign there but if he hits the market I think we should be all over him. Underrated and cheap-ish.

 

 

Terrence Cody, DT

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Fat guy that adds depth.

 

 

Draft Picks:

 

Round 1: Shaq Thompson, LB, Washington

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I realize LB is a not big need right now but I believe in the BPA strategy. Shaq Thompson is just a freak. He did everything for the Huskies, playing LB, S, and even RB at times. Finished the 2014 season with 81 tackles, 1 INT, 3 FF, 4 FR, and 4 defensive TDs (most by a defensive player in over a decade). When he had to play RB (3 games) he average 124 ypg and 7.5 ypc. He is best built as an OLB and that will likely be his position in the pros, however he could see time at SS. He is the next Thomas Davis and I'm very confident in saying that right now.  He has speed to cover sideline to sideline and great instincts to make the big play. Clutch player in college. I know a lot of people love AJ, myself included, but Shaq is going to be a difference maker.


Round 2: Devin Smith, WR, Ohio State

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The deep threat we need. DaCityKats' thread on him was spot on, so please read it as explanation for this pick.


Round 3: Corey Robinson, OT, South Carolina

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Projected as a RT in the NFL, Robinson would provide some nice competition with Remmers for the starting spot. Robinson is a large man (6-8, 344 lbs) with decent athleticism. Known as a solid run blocker.

 

 

Round 4: David Johnson, RB, Northern Iowa

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Big, strong back. Produced 3-straight 1K yard seasons. His senior season he finished with over 1,500 yads and 17 rushing TDs. He's also a receiving threat, finishing with 38 rec for 536 yards and 2 TDs. If that's not enough, he's also seen time as a return man. He had a 98-yard return for TD this season. He doesn't possess high-end speed but he is a versatile player. Can be used as a H-back due to his receiving ability.

 

 

Round 5: Kevin White, TCU, CB

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Projected as a slot CB but is capable of playing on the outside. He held 1st-round prospect Kevin White to 3 rec, 28 yards in their meeting this season. 

 

 

Round 6: Jermauria Rasco, DE, LSU

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Finished 2014 with 51 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss and 3 sacks. Good against the run. 

 

 

Round 7: Jamon Brown, OT/OG, Louisville

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Big, strong guy. Can block other guys. Probably better inside.

 

 

Projected Roster:

 

QB: Cam Newton, Derek Anderson

RB: Jonathan Stewart, Fozzy Whitaker, David Johnson

FB: Mike Tolbert

WR: Kelvin Benjamin, Philly Brown, Jarret Boykin

TE: Greg Olsen, Ed Dickson, Brandon Williams

LT: King Dunlap, Nate Chandler

LG: Andrew Norwell, Amini Silatolu

C: Ryan Kalil

RG: Trai Turner, Edmund Kugbila, Jamon Brown
RT: Mike Remmers, Corey Robinson

WR: Michael Crabtree, Jericho Cotchery, Devin Smith

 

DE: Charles Johnson, Wes Horton, Mario Addison

DT: Star Lotulelei, Terrence Cody

DT: Kawann Short, Kyle Love

DE: Kony Ealy, Frank Alexander, Jermauria Rasco

OLB: Thomas Davis, Adarius Glanton

MLB: Luke Kuechly, Ben Jacobs

OLB: Shaq Thompson, AJ Klein

CB: Josh Norman, Kevin White, Carrington Byndom

FS: Tre Boston, Robert Lester

SS: Da'Norris Searcy, Colin Jones

CB: Bene Benikere, Melvin White

 

K: Graham Gano

P: Brad Nortman

LS: JJ Jansen

 




#3115575 Jason Williams waived too?

Posted by TylerVagyler on 02 December 2014 - 01:14 PM

I thought Ron said they wouldn't have any knee jerk reactions? 




#3070396 Pro Bowl Voting Is Open

Posted by TylerVagyler on 06 November 2014 - 05:45 AM

32nd in completion %

27th in TD passes

27th in QBR

24th in passing YPG

 

Sounds like a pro-bowler to me!




#3016377 All of this outrage over a tie. This is what you should be outraged over.

Posted by TylerVagyler on 12 October 2014 - 04:44 PM

He also did it to Velasco 




#3008612 "Wide receiver is not a problem" [Phrase should be banned]

Posted by TylerVagyler on 10 October 2014 - 09:49 AM

Take Hilton away from that offense, and Luck falls back down to earth.  Hell, he became mortal, once again, last year when Reggie Wayne got hurt.

 

He finished the season with 3800 yards, 23 TDs, 9 INTs and threw for over 400 yards in a playoff win.




#3008605 "Wide receiver is not a problem" [Phrase should be banned]

Posted by TylerVagyler on 10 October 2014 - 09:46 AM

When look threw a bad pass, they just praised his pocket presence. Didn't even comment on the poorly placed ball. (Check out a would be TD pass to one of his TEs, don't remember when it was)

 

When you lead the league is passing yards and passing TDs you're going to get that kind of praise.




#3008598 "Wide receiver is not a problem" [Phrase should be banned]

Posted by TylerVagyler on 10 October 2014 - 09:43 AM

Which is more extraordinary? A WR that puts up 224 yards, or a QB that puts up 370 yards (of which 224 were to one receiver)?  

 

 

It was a great performance, no doubt. His highest receiving yards before last night was 105. Still solid but it's not like he's putting up monster numbers every week. However, Luck is.




#3008586 "Wide receiver is not a problem" [Phrase should be banned]

Posted by TylerVagyler on 10 October 2014 - 09:38 AM

But to your point, could we use an upgrade at WR? Sure. But we have bigger issues than that right now.