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Topics I've Started

Not Really a Surprise Anymore...Anti-Gay Pastor Found on

20 May 2015 - 08:08 AM




Oh that Greg Hardy...It Keeps Getting Worse

01 May 2015 - 08:15 PM


Who do you trust to utilize weapons?

01 May 2015 - 02:26 PM

Shula or McDermott


Now you see why we are going to draft pry a DE/DT and possibly a Secondary guy tonight. Maybe no offense until the 3rd day.

Panthro's 1st Round Prediction (and 2nd and 3rd)

29 April 2015 - 07:34 AM

So I have been thinking about this for a while...I have taken into account rumors, our needs, the overall draft class, and my ability to Gettle-Listen all to bring you who I think we are going to draft in the 1st round (and as a bonus the next 2) 


If you listened to the presser yesterday Gettleman talked about scheme and the difference between 3-4 and 4-3 DEs. There is not a lot of players that really fit into the Panthers scheme based on the college game. So when I take everything into account I give you...






1st Round


Preston Smith DE Mississippi


I think the Panthers are high on him and really he might be one of the few DEs that really fits our scheme.






2nd Round


Devon Funchess WR Michigan




People have been dogging this guy for being slow but he showed that his 40 time in Indy was an aberration and improved his time from a 4.7 to a 4.47 at his proday. He is a Benjamin clone and a great value in the 2nd round. He will allow us to create huge mismatches and give Cam another BIG weapon. You can't teach 6'5 240.



3rd Round


So here I am trying to decide...I trying to predict this far as even Getts said the boards blow up early in the 2nd rd.


Daryl Williams OT Oklahoma





It is really a toss up between him and Duke Johnson for me. I think they see a lot of value on RBs in this draft so they pass on Duke here. I think Darly is one of those guys Getts has pegged as a LT in the NFL. He doesn't have to be rushed in but is serviceable in case the oher/martin/remmers experiment is less than satisfactory.

NFL Gives Up Tax Exempt Status

28 April 2015 - 03:06 PM



For decades, the league — not the teams themselves who pay taxes — which makes an estimated $10 billion in annual revenue has avoided paying Uncle Sam because of a line of code that allowed them to do so. Section 501©(6) of the Internal Revenue Code says that "professional football leagues" are free to be exempt, which was a way that helped allow the NFL and old American Football League, its one-time rival, join forced into the monster it now is, back in 1966.