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Gave the Panthers a D

Hated the Little pick claiming he is soft

Likes Burns but claims the Panthers are not going to use him right.  And Burns is best fit in a role like Anthony Barr

Claimed Grier was a mega reach. Ryan Finley/Jarrett Stidham were better QBs and still on the board

 

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I can’t see pick 100 as a major reach, he was consistently ranked higher than both of those two QBs.

That said, he’s right to question Little. Some like him more than others but he’s the pick that in 3 years we either have an A draft or a D. There’s a lot of people in here that don’t like to question things but I’m worried about Little. I can’t make that assumption that he solves our LT issue. If he doesn’t we blew our entire day 3, which is where I thought we’d have to excel. If he does, trading up was worth it and pick 77 or 100 didn’t matter. With the way Hurney drafts, he’d have taken Grier at 77 instead.

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8 minutes ago, ncfan said:

Gave the Panthers a D

Hated the Little pick claiming he is soft

Likes Burns but claims the Panthers are not going to use him right.  And Burns is best fit in a role like Anthony Barr

Claimed Grier was a mega reach. Ryan Finley/Jarrett Stidham were better QBs and still on the board

 

He's the first person I've seen that gave us a grade that low.

I hope Burns (and defensive coaching staff), Little, and Grier hear/see these comments and prove this guy wrong. You have to be self motivated to have success at the NFL level, but it doesn't hurt to have a little chip on the shoulder to push you to greater success. He pretty much insulted everyone I just mentioned earlier.

I would have loved to have a strong prospect at FS picked in the early rounds. Outside of that, I can't gripe too much. And, we can still pick one up on FA market. The other weak areas (pass rush, OLine depth/Possible starter at  LT, and a solid backup for Cam) were at least addressed. We don't know things will pan out but I don't see how anyone could grade us below a C...and even that's too low in my opinion.

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Would give our draft a B+/A-. Team needed young pass rushers to groom. Solidify the offensive line. Back up RB that can wear down a defense. Back up QB. Free Safety. 

Panthers addressed 4 of their 5 needs. Regardless of whether you liked Greg Little as a prospect, the Panthers had a first round grade on him. That doesnt mean that Little will become an all-pro. However, they feel like they got a 1st round talent in the 2nd round. 

 

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Cam got a lower grade because of his “fake smile”. 

Yet another reason to ignore these stupid ass grades. 

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2 minutes ago, Toomers said:

  If he gave us an A grade, he could acquire instant genius status on here

  

To be fair, when one of his key points isn't even the person drafted but looking into the future to see how the Panthers will use a player that hasn't been on the roster long enough to put on pads....

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Listened to this and the biggest thing I disagree with him is that he wants us to use Burns like the Vikings use Barr. I couldn't disagree more. The vikings are wasting Barr's talents playing him at OLB when he is much more suited as an edge rusher in a 3-4. 

Pass rushing is so much more important than having a LB who occasionally rushes and covers a lot. 

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He would be right about Burns if we were keeping our same defensive scheme. I don't think Burns would be a good fit as a base 4-3 DE, but all indications seem to be pointing toward a pretty significant scheme shift.

With as often as these talking heads are flat out wrong, you'd think that they'd learn to stop talking about draft prospects in absolutes. There are top 10 busts and late round steals on every draft and every draft would look A LOT different if it could be redone a few years later.

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Just now, Tepper's Chest Hair said:

To be fair, when one of his key points isn't even the person drafted but looking into the future to see how the Panthers will use a player that hasn't been on the roster long enough to put on pads....

  We have no idea if he’s wrong or right. Our coaches have put players in bad Positions for years. Or not recognized who should play. 

  And what happens if this season goes bad and we hire a strict 4-3 HC? Burns(and Miller) would be much less valuable in that scheme. 

  I’m glad we took Burns. 

 How is McShay any less qualified than the other “grades” people have raved about? It’s not. But anything said against the team, right or wrong is unacceptable. 

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