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Bj-Monster23

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Philly Brown 200 pounds?

16 April 2015 - 11:57 PM

@phillybrown10: I'm almost 200 pounds smh I don't like this [emoji23][emoji23]

It looks like Philly is packing on some weight and muscles this offseason. If he can keep his speed he could definitely become a problem for opposing defenses.

Robert Lester one of the best DB in the League next year?

15 March 2015 - 11:39 PM

Philly Brown posted a picture of Robert Lester and his self on IG today. Apparently, they had a hooping session and took a picture after it was done. The caption of the picture is self explanatory. Could Robert Lester be one of the best DB in the league next year? Could he end all the talk about finding someone to replace Roman Harper at Safety? I think so why not give the man a shot. If nobody else thinks so Philly Brown sure does.

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Free agency podcast?

07 March 2015 - 06:45 PM

Come on Jeremy, I'm counting on you!

Does Carolina Pass up on Offensive Tackle at 25?

18 February 2015 - 01:23 PM

I've been watching a lot of tape and highlights of this year offensive tackle prospects. Everyone knows our biggest need is on the offensive line specifically at Left Tackle. There is some really good prospects coming out in this years draft class. To name few in no particular order I have 

 

1. Ereck Flowers 6'5 322 Miami. In my opinion, I feel that Ereck Flowers is the most pro ready offensive tackle out of this years group. He is strong with long arms and has a big frame. He has the speed and athleticism to dance with defensive ends and he is mean in the running game. I think when the draft rolls around I believe he goes top 10. 

 

 

2. Brandon Scherff 6'5 315 Iowa. Scherff is another prospect that I feel can come in and be a day 1 starter. The only knock I have with Scherff is that, I don't think he has enough athleticism to play left tackle in the NFL. If this is the case, Scherff will more then likely be better suited to move inside at guard and excelled at that position or potentially be a career right tackle. Scherff is a tough player. He tore his meniscus in the Ball State game and was back two weeks later and finished the season. I think he more then likely goes in the top 10 to 15 range in the draft.

 

 

3. Andrus Peat 6'6 312 Stanford. Peat is another tackle that has a huge frame and long arms. He needs to work on his pass protection but he is a load in the running game.He played well against Leonard Williams at USC and that has helped his stock. I don't think Peat is a day 1 starter, but i could see him starting his career at right tackle and potentially moving to left tackle later.

 

 

4. La'el Collins 6'5 315 LSU. Collins was a monster on that offensive line at LSU. He has a big frame and long arms and is dominating in the running game. Collins moves players around through hell and high water. He also needs to work on his pass protection as well like Peat. In time I think he can clean it up and be a good player. Nothing would be more tempting for him then to land in Carolina with former LSU teammate Trai Turner. Collins and Turner on the same team with chemistry from their LSU days could potentially be a dominant offensive line in Carolina. I don't think Collins will be around by the time Carolina is on the clock but if he is there, I can assure you he might just be the pick. I think he goes in the top 15 to 20 range.

 

 

5. TJ Clemmings 6'5 305 Pittsburg. There has been some talk that Clemmings have gotten first round grades that he didn't deserve this early. He went into the Senior Bowl with very high expectations and he struggled in some of the one on one drills. Mike Mayock believes that Clemmings is the best tackle in the draft and that's the reason he has him rank as the #1 OT right now. Clemmings has the body that you would want your left tackle to have. Clemmings is a former DE who has only played two years at right tackle. He is a very raw talent but with more experience he could be a Pro Bowl left tackle. Clemmings struggles in pass protection because he needs to refine his technique. The only way that's going to get better is with more experience. Clemmings is dominant in the running game as well and he plays with a mean streak. Clemmings reminds me of a more raw version of Tyrone Smith. Clemmings is more then likely to be around with Carolina picks. Does Carolina take a chance on one most rawest offensive tackle in this year draft class? A lot of scouts said Benjamin was a raw prospect as well and that work out fine in Carolina favor. Can Carolina strike lightning in a bottle twice?

 

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Speed is a must this offseason.

16 February 2015 - 11:08 AM

The biggest talk this offseason is the Panthers lack team speed. On offense it's time now that we get Cam Newton a legit weapon in free agency specifically at WR. In my opinion, it might be a complete pipe dream, but I'm all for at least making an attempt to grab a guy like Randall Cobb in free agency. I know that Gettleman has already said he doesn't plan on shopping at Tiffany's and that's fine. But we have to get Cam Newton a legit weapon who can complement Kelvin Benjamin extremely well and Cobb is that guy. I don't think the philosophy will change with the Panthers being ballers in free agency but getting Cobb would be a steal.