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  1. Rivera did the same thing with the oline in Washington. Came in with a really one, and slowly replaced it with defensive linemen. He did better with receivers though. Not a lot better. But better. He inherited Logan Thomas and scary Terry.
  2. Agree in theory, but Burns' pass rush relies solely on his speed. I think it's very possible that Burns hits a wall as he gets to that 28-30 range. Similar to running backs. He really isn't a well rounded hand in the dirt DE.
  3. I mean I remember Peppers being in the MVP talks as a defensive end. Running backs were a little more likely back then but it has always been an offensive back award.
  4. I'd take Williamson, a 2nd and a 3rd. And never look back or question the move. Win for both teams.
  5. I was thinking, wasn't he drafted in 2021? The math ain't mathing...
  6. That's fine. As long as they can play outside. Smitty did it at 5'9".
  7. Smith-Marsette definitely has a dawg mentality. He needed to get the ball more once Shenault went down. Anybody could see he was the biggest playmake on the team by the end of the season. But politics are a real thing in sports. Always have and always will be.
  8. I love slot type receivers. But the Panthers need an outside threat to open up the middle. No one is afraid of our X beating anyone deep. That's crazy in today's NFL with the best athletes in the world and we don't have one.
  9. Yeah, I don't know if the Panthers can get Higgins or Evans. I'm just saying players will come to Carolina if this is the best financial offer on the table. The whole idea of guys chasing super bowls is way overhyped. Especially for younger players.
  10. Players will more often go to the team that makes the most financial sense. This hunt for a super bowl ideal is overplayed. This is a job. This is how they make their living, provide for their families, and create generational wealth. Most won't ever make this kind of money again in their lives, and they know it. Super bowls don't pay the bills once you're no longer under contract.
  11. Did someone get banned for not agreeing with LinvilleGorge's disdain of Bryce Young? Tell me that didn't just happen. This is getting out of control.
  12. He could 100% make that throw. Easily. That's not saying he has Cam's arm. Cam would consistently be late on that 15 yard out and still power it by the Corner. You're not supposed to be able to do that. Cam was different.
  13. I could start with NE, but I think that's irrelevant. The point being made is that he doesn't have an NFL arm. If every other QB in the NFL has an "NFL arm", then even if he's at the bottom (like dead last), he still has an NFL caliber arm. He can make every throw needed. Every single one. That's NFL caliber. Some folk are dying on that "he can't make NFL throws" hill, and that's just not true. It isn't. My man definitely has issues. But arm strength ain't one of them.
  14. Here we go again with these ridiculous takes on Bryce Young. It's embarrassing that someone has to convince you that he has an NFL caliber arm. Like what the actual fug?! He ain't Cam but he's far from Chad Pennington. Goofy.
  15. I will. You too sir. Keep lying to yourself. You and the Bryce haters/CJ slurpers are a cancer to this site.
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