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  1. Really. So if a black person walks up to me, puts his finger in my face, and calls me a m-fuking cracker I need to see a therapist? That's your answer??
  2. It's still racism. Period. Both are derogatory comments about one's race. Just because you aren't offended doesn't make it any less racist. Racism is racism period.
  3. Can anyone answer this? While JG comments were terrible and he had to go for saying a racist comment, why does Antonio Brown have his job after calling Mayock a 'cracker'? Anyone?
  4. Per Gantt Rhule doesn’t want to get into too much Jets game talk, but did say at this point, the starting OL would be the one he put on the field last night (Erving/Elflein/Paradis/Miller/Moton). Per Newton Matt Rhule plans to go into the Panthers opener vs the Jets with the starting offensive line of LT Cameron Erving, LG Pat Elflein, C Matt Paradis, RG John Miller, RT Taylor Moton. God help us.
  5. Matt Rhule plans to go into the Panthers opener vs the Jets with the starting offensive line of LT Cameron Erving, LG Pat Elflein, C Matt Paradis, RG John Miller, RT Taylor Moton.
  6. Panthers & Robby Anderson have agreed to a two-year extension, league source confirms. Some details on numbers, per source: $12.5m in 2021 (added $4.5m) $13m in 2022 $12m in 2023 $20.5m guaranteed. Essentially a three-year/$37.5m deal ($12.5m AAV)
  7. OK good point - way to early to say a bust. You'd think he'd be a shoe in at LT from day 1...at least that's how they graded him...
  8. What's going on with Penei Sewell? I'm hearing he isn't doing that well right now? Some even saying a bust? Anyone hearing similar things? Maybe we dodge a bullet here...
  9. Wilson scores again. Holy poo this kid looks good. Way better release than Fields who has a bit of a long windup
  10. Anyone watching the Jets? Wilson looking better than Fields IMO.
  11. Good point. Nothing worse than a QB who can barely get it done but win enough games to be decent and get stuck in draft purgatory...
  12. Darnold's write up sure looks good for that draft... https://www.nfl.com/prospects/sam-darnold/32004441-5246-6141-9e5c-6e7d32a03e33
  13. How about PFF? https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-2021-nfl-free-agency-live-deal-grader-grading-tracking-every-free-agent-signing CAROLINA PANTHERS G Pat Elflein: Three years, $13.5 million ($6 million guaranteed) Grade: Poor Things started out well enough for Elflein as a rookie with the Minnesota Vikings back in 2017, but it’s been downhill since then. The former Ohio State Buckeye has been a revolving door in pass protection, failing to clear a 50.0 pass-blocking grade in any of the past three seasons. He is one of just three guards in the league allowing a pressure rate above 8.0% on at least 500 pass-blocking snaps since 2018. It’s difficult to project a major turnaround in 2021. The Vikings were comfortable waiving Elflein during the 2020 season despite their guards combining for the worst pass-blocking grade in the NFL — a dreadful 37.2 mark across the roster. Carolina apparently values his ability to play multiple positions on the interior, but it’s fair to wonder if Minnesota kept moving him around just to see if he could play anywhere, not because he was solid at several spots. Carolina is probably still working on a long-term deal for right tackle Taylor Moton and is set to lose left tackle Russell Okung to free agency, making this deal even more of a head-scratcher. T Cam Erving: Two years, $10 million ($8 million guaranteed) Grade: Below Average The Panthers needed to add depth to their offensive line given the uncertainty throughout the unit heading into this offseason. Erving certainly provides plenty of experience both as a starter and as a reserve, with over 3,000 career offensive snaps to his name since being drafted in the first round back in 2015. The problem is that Erving's experience has never come in the form of quality play. A 2020 season in which he started just five games for the Dallas Cowboys before going down with injury represented the best year of his career from a grading standpoint (58.0 overall grade). It was the first time in his NFL career with a PFF grade above 50.0, but it still would have ranked just 36th among qualifying left tackles had he played enough snaps to qualify. Even as a swing tackle, he’s not someone who Carolina should have much confidence in stepping into a starting role should an injury pop up. With Russell Okung set to hit free agency, it makes sense that the Panthers would want to solidify the tackle position, but they shouldn’t have much faith in Erving providing more than mid-level depth. The signing in a vacuum is fine, but with a handful of superior tackles recently released — Eric Fisher and Riley Reiff among them — you have to wonder if it would have been wise for Carolina to let the market play out a bit before working out a deal with a player who would most likely still be available in the second or even third wave of free agency.
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