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Will DJ Moore be back next year?

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16 hours ago, ImaginaryKev said:

You don't trade this

23 yrs old too? Yall are just bored

The first two throws are touchdowns with a better downfield passer...

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On 11/19/2020 at 5:33 PM, therealmjl said:

Ay boy not gonna tell you again to change your avatar Internet tough guy here

Haha Not happening, the second I saw that team pic I knew exactly where it would look good. You have good taste at least.

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On 11/20/2020 at 9:48 AM, Mr. Scot said:

Joe Person said during his last Q&A that keeping Samuel over Moore is considered a legitimate option by the team.

The natural preference would be to keep both, but if they can't, who knows?

For that matter, who knows if Moore absolutely wants to stay? If he feels like he's not getting enough respect here, he might decide to look for greener pastures.

True, but I would have to argue that if he’s being traded, it would be in order to move up the draft order, so doubtful it would be to a team with a better qb option. Doesn’t mean DJ has a say in it but still...

I hope he stays.  

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On 11/20/2020 at 11:11 AM, SetfreexX said:

People need to realize Robby will be 29 when his deal expires next off-season that is in line with DJ's 5th year option as a first, or an extension in general. It's pretty fair to say the future is DJ and likely Curtis it makes way more sense, and adding a versatile option in the draft is likely an option, what we lack is a possession / red zone threat receiver, and though Robby is 6'3'' his game is still routes / speed. 

So to trade DJ would be silly, and sounds more like something out of a Madden league than a move relegated to real team management, DJ is much more talented than Funchess, you don't trade guys like that you keep them. Funchess has been an after thought since leaving here. 

To be fair I could see Curtis pricing himself out of a comfortable range, and his archetype 5'10'' and speed, there are usually a handful of guys with that kind of ability. Not to say I'd want to move on, just saying he'd probably be the easiest to replace as the slot receiver. 

I hope he gets paid, I hope Robby finishes, out his deal, 5th year for DJ then in 2021 draft we select a WR that will assume the 3rd spot once Robbie's deal expires or a 2022 prospect. as Robbie will play through the 2021 season solely based on his contract. 

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On 11/19/2020 at 4:46 PM, LinvilleGorge said:

I'm gonna say yes, but if we have to trade up for a QB, he could be part of the package.

I think it would be a mistake to trade him though. He's our most talented WR and he's only 23.

 

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2 hours ago, Zod said:

he will be a Panther next season. Curtis Samuel will not

Yep, I wish we would have gotten something for him in a trade.  A 5th is better than him just walking

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Why is it everyone wants to trade away a first round pick. The idea is to build through the draft. Not draft a player, get him up to NFL standards and trade him for a 5th round pick. Who probably won't make the roster.  

You do whatever you can to keep those players.

I was watching a show the other day and they talked about New Orleans, Baltimore and KC (I think). They made the point that each of these teams hit on every 1st and 2nd round picks over the past 5 years.

This is our problem.  Hurney is money on round one but normally craps the bed on rounds 2 and beyond.  2020 was better but he has to (or whoever is our GM) MUST hit on our first two picks EVERY YEAR.

You don't hit on them and then trade them away.

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2 minutes ago, DaveThePanther2008 said:

Why is it everyone wants to trade away a first round pick. The idea is to build through the draft. Not draft a player, get him up to NFL standards and trade him for a 5th round pick. Who probably won't make the roster.  

You do whatever you can to keep those players.

I was watching a show the other day and they talked about New Orleans, Baltimore and KC (I think). They made the point that each of these teams hit on every 1st and 2nd round picks over the past 5 years.

This is our problem.  Hurney is money on round one but normally craps the bed on rounds 2 and beyond.  2020 was better but he has to (or whoever is our GM) MUST hit on our first two picks EVERY YEAR.

You don't hit on them and then trade them away.

I wouldnt say we "hit" on Samuel.  And his value is not going to be worth what its going to cost us to keep him.  We should have traded him instead of letting him walk, which is going to happen. 

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9 minutes ago, mrcompletely11 said:

I wouldnt say we "hit" on Samuel.  And his value is not going to be worth what its going to cost us to keep him.  We should have traded him instead of letting him walk, which is going to happen. 

Rather get a compensation pick than give him away.  

Samuel has been money this year and we should do everything to keep him.  If we lose him because he won't accept a decent contract.  Take the comp. pick. 

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Just now, DaveThePanther2008 said:

Rather get a compensation pick than give him away.  

Samuel has been money this year and we should do everything to keep him.  If we lose him because he won't accept a decent contract.  Take the comp. pick. 

Yeah thats a good point

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15 minutes ago, DaveThePanther2008 said:

Why is it everyone wants to trade away a first round pick. The idea is to build through the draft. Not draft a player, get him up to NFL standards and trade him for a 5th round pick. Who probably won't make the roster.  

You do whatever you can to keep those players.

I don't know that anybody wants him gone. I know I don't.

I do think there's some acknowledgment that it could happen though.

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On 11/20/2020 at 7:11 AM, TheCasillas said:

Looking at recent seasons of TB, ARI, CLE, SEA, MIN, DAL, BUF, LAR, KC ... I think the league is turning into 3 receiving threats plus a back who can catch passes. Money is being spent on offense for these franchises. I believe in Rhule/Brady system, the purpose is to have as many weapons on the field at once.

 

that’s being said, I don’t see us trading Moore. He is cheap talent right now, for at least another 2 years.

Trying to copy the formula of another team and follow trends is never a good idea. This works for the original team because of the original combination of player and coach skill and chemistry. 

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