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PFF Grades for Panthers

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1 minute ago, PantherPhann89 said:

How did K Short grade the 2nd highest? 

Paid PFF for a good rating

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Looks like Davis graded out better than most of the league. I can't believe the Panthers are about to pay Shaq Thompson 9 million to wiff tackles, and be completely out of position. I hope Hurney can find someone in the draft to replace Davis, and they cut Shaq.

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4 hours ago, Krovvy said:

Looks like Davis graded out better than most of the league. I can't believe the Panthers are about to pay Shaq Thompson 9 million to wiff tackles, and be completely out of position. I hope Hurney can find someone in the draft to replace Davis, and they cut Shaq.

Shaq was playing essentially a nickel position often, which is why he may have looked "out of position" sometimes.  He is meant to play where TD was playing...  I don't understand why this is so difficult for most of the huddle to understand.

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4 minutes ago, PantherNation123 said:

Shaq was playing essentially a nickel position often, which is why he may have looked "out of position" sometimes.  He is meant to play where TD was playing...  I don't understand why this is so difficult for most of the huddle to understand.

That excuse doesn't work when you realize that Thomas Davis was suspended for the first four games last year. Shaq did not step up, he played far worse than Davis did when he returned.

Fans expected Shaq to flash, and play well, even take over the reins. He couldn't.

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1 minute ago, Krovvy said:

That excuse doesn't work when you realize that Thomas Davis was suspended for the first four games last year. Shaq did not step up, he played far worse than Davis did when he returned.

Fans expected Shaq to flash, and play well, even take over the reins. He couldn't.

I mean I thought Shaq played fine the first 4 games. Didn't see anything incredibly negative, saw a few hard hits and good tackles. That's just my perspective on it though. 

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11 minutes ago, Cracka McNasty said:

I mean I thought Shaq played fine the first 4 games. Didn't see anything incredibly negative, saw a few hard hits and good tackles. That's just my perspective on it though. 

Exactly. He was just a JAG in his audition to replace TD and now we're set to pay that JAG damn near $10M next season.

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1 hour ago, Cracka McNasty said:

I mean I thought Shaq played fine the first 4 games. Didn't see anything incredibly negative, saw a few hard hits and good tackles. That's just my perspective on it though. 

I saw missed tackles, and playing out of position, nothing that showed him being a first round selection. He just didn't play well.

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Shaq was forced to cover slot WRs as a 4-3 LB. Rivera is also known to be Fox-esque in his preference for veterans.

TD got burnt just as often as Shaq, and Shaq himself missed 2 games so let's slow our roll on this whole "TD WAS SUSPENDED FOR FOUR GAMES" nonsense that is going on. 

"Waaaah he's not worth $9M" but Thomas Davis at 35yr old is worth the nearly $7M he got? No. Stop.

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