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I remember a lot of people talking poo about this pick at the time. For a 4th rounder to show this kind of potential is very good for the Panthers.

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11 hours ago, 4Corners said:

Haynes originally committed to UNC to play football but wasn’t admitted due to red flags regarding his grades. Which is weird because the local media and ABCers have pushed a fake news narrative that Carolina doesn’t have any academic integrity, which anyone with a brain knows is untrue. 

Big surprise he ended up at Ole Miss. would love to see him step up this year. 

They had fake classes dude.

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1 minute ago, Moo Daeng said:

Both?

Not sure of both. Burns spin sack was also out of the 4-3. With Burns and Haynes playing DEs.

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7 minutes ago, La Pantera said:

Not sure of both. Burns spin sack was also out of the 4-3. With Burns and Haynes playing DEs.

That's great news for a defense playing multiple fronts.

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15 minutes ago, Moo Daeng said:

That's great news for a defense playing multiple fronts.

This is the most interesting thing for me. How much will we be playing with 3 down linemen and how many with 4? 

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12 minutes ago, yasuhara2241 said:

This is the most interesting thing for me. How much will we be playing with 3 down linemen and how many with 4? 

I doubt we are showing anything interesting about our new defense in preseason.

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Haynes still has one big hole. He played awesome last night, but that first Chicago TD was a run right over him. He looked great on the two run stops early where he was going around the edge and chasing the RB down, but the run right at him was an easy TD. There was no defender on the end because the pulling guard just smacked him out of the way. Either he didn’t recognize the pulling or he is still not strong or big enough to engage that guard and at least slow the RB down. The RB was basically going full speed around the LT and the secondary had no chance. 

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Haynes is and will be a pass rush specialist for the near future. I'm not too worried about him being a stout run defender.

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44 minutes ago, stbugs said:

Haynes still has one big hole. He played awesome last night, but that first Chicago TD was a run right over him. He looked great on the two run stops early where he was going around the edge and chasing the RB down, but the run right at him was an easy TD. There was no defender on the end because the pulling guard just smacked him out of the way. Either he didn’t recognize the pulling or he is still not strong or big enough to engage that guard and at least slow the RB down. The RB was basically going full speed around the LT and the secondary had no chance. 

The issue was Haynes tried using his shoulder to engage the blocker. If he would've used his hands instead of his shoulder, he could've shed the block

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1 hour ago, Moo Daeng said:

I doubt we are showing anything interesting about our new defense in preseason.

Exactly! That is what makes this season so interesting. They are going to be very vanilla which is perfectly fine by me. We haven't had any surprises with our schemes in a while especially on defense so this will be fun. Even though I am slightly worried about our run defense I am still excited to see how it plays out. 

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Awesome to have fresh talent to be excited about at one of the most important positions.

Combine that with Mario and Irvin and we’re gonna have a lot at our disposal.

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