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Lasus83.

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  1. yes... in the 2020 draft. Further, if your thinking logically and we assume that the arm really is long-term-toast, than you must consider the possibility of trading him. 'but a team won't trade for a Cam Newton with a bum arm'. They have doctors that would do evaluations, sure. But mistakes are made by front offices all the time. We present a Cam at 80% to a Jacksonville, Washington, Miami, NY etc. Teams that could use a starting QB and may consider the risk of a hurt MVP at 29 better than a 21 year old college player... There is value to be had. Hell, he would sell as a tip-tier backup (Nick Foles). He would sell as someone to shelve, until healthy, on teams with aging/good QBs. What is that value, I wonder? The market will dictate it, of course. Something is only worth what others are willing to pay for it... or you are willing to buy it for. I'd argue, with what we know if the injury, that he is worth Kalil Mack compensation.
  2. If we draft a QB in the 1st or 2nd, I think it should be considered a mistake by all. The quality of this draft matches our deficiency. Trade up to get 'your guy', here and there, but do so in a manner that benefits this team in the longer sense than a 'knee jerk' QB selection would mean. Get as many top 100 defenders and OLine men as possible.
  3. I feel like each year we get blindsided, in the mid rounds, with guys that have us all scrambling to look up who the hell we just drafted. Grier is on a lot of our radars, for better or worse, and I would welcome the addition. I think it is more likely, though, that we end up with someone that we have never heard of. We have not drafted a QB for many years... longer than any other team IIRC. I'll bet we break that trend with back-to-back 19/20 selections. I won't bet much... but if the worst case ends up being the case, we will have a long year in 2019 and a exciting draft in 2020.
  4. +1 for a good scotch For IGO... doesn't matter, as much, the5 starters... as long as they stay healthy. The number 1 indication of our record will be the health of the oline. Quote me Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
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