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  1. 4 hours ago, LinvilleGorge said:

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    I seriously think it’s foolish of them not to be doing their homework on this years class. There’s always a QB that slides into the 2nd or someone trades up for at pick 32.

    Next years class is looking pretty meh. Possibly another class like the one 2 years ago with Pickett, Ridder, Corral and Howell. 

    So not only did we trade the farm away for Bryce but we’re choosing to double down on it 

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  2. 20 hours ago, LinvilleGorge said:

    I'm hard pressed to name a QB who took to an NFL field last year who didn't. That's the sad truth.

    Yep pretty much

    I can’t get excited at all about anything Panthers related right now knowing we have Tepper as an owner and Bryce Young as a QB

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  3. On 2/27/2024 at 4:27 PM, mrcompletely11 said:

    A quick google search doesnt show anything so maybe I am wrong but I honestly remember palmer pumping him up in the pre draft process because of their relationship

    They’re both Cali dudes. Same with Darnold. Palmer has always said good things about Sam as well. 

    They all know each other so Palmer cherry picking a few plays doesn’t do anything for me. 

  4. There isn’t much I wouldn’t give up for JJ. 

    This organization can’t draft worth a damn so I don’t overly care about draft picks. Trade for established players is our only hope. 

    Unless of course you want another Mingo in the 2nd round this year. 

    JJ will fetch at minimum 2 first rounders. 

    Whichever QB we draft 1st overall in 2025 will at least have a legit WR

  5. 18 hours ago, thebdawg said:

    Heard he’s been blasting a ton of test and Anavar, living in the weight room. Looks about like Kyler Murray now.

    Bryce needs test/tren. He’ll probably want to play it safe so I’ll make peace with test/primo. This little runt does not need to be wasting valuable weeks taking anavar

    But in all seriousness, he really does need to gain 10-15lbs if he wants to have any shot at being a real QB in this league and from the 3 clips I’ve seen of him this offseason, he looks smaller than he did during the season

  6. 7 minutes ago, *FreeFua* said:

    His footwork is his footwork so he can see downfield when dropping back. It’s never going to change

    The concerning stuff for me is when the play breaks down and he panics and compounds it with a bad decision… throwing the ball backwards 2-3 yards. You should always have an exit strategy on every play if sh!t goes south as a QB but he never seems to have that. His lack of overall awareness is ridiculous at this point. Yeah his OL has been trash but he sits in a collapsing pocket way too often. Bryce seems hesitant to run or move for whatever reason. 

    Bryce also doesn’t have the natural arm strength to deliver the ball downfield without a larger than usual clean pocket. Bryce needs to really step into his deep throws. There’s just so much bad at this point but these were all things that showed up at Bama and I don’t see them changing.

    When he has a clean pocket and time he can deliver the ball accurately and on time but whoop dee do. That’s not someone you trade up for.  

    Also his deep ball is trash. Arm strength/accuracy down field just isn’t a strength and it never will be

    The amount of deep passes the end of out of bounds is ridiculous. Doesn’t even give his guy a chance. 

    The one he did complete to Chark was so badly under-thrown. Should’ve been a touchdown but instead Chark had to make a good play on the ball when he had a step on the corner 

  7. 8 hours ago, Bear Hands said:

    Yep ha.  He's in a weird situation because his college coaches didn't bother to correct.  So then, it quickly became his thing.  Problem is, you can't have that as a "thing" in the NFL.  So it's going to be super hard to train him out of.  

    I've said before, it's one thing to have a unique throwing motion, but another to have your own lower body mechanics.  That's something that is either right or wrong.  There's no alternate style to what that is and this loose, slow-motion back stepping is killing us on the short throws.  He does that, and his timing/accuracy will never be there.  Add on the lack of stepping into throws with proper distribution, and the INTs will continue. 

    I'm just astounded this has been something so shrugged aside.  Kurt Warner and some of the Athletic staff have seen it, but it's surprising how many said, meh, his intangibles outweigh any possible physical traits so much, that it's whatever.  And they say it about the one 2-year+ starter Bama QB that didn't win a title.  

    His footwork is his footwork so he can see downfield when dropping back. It’s never going to change

    The concerning stuff for me is when the play breaks down and he panics and compounds it with a bad decision… throwing the ball backwards 2-3 yards. You should always have an exit strategy on every play if sh!t goes south as a QB but he never seems to have that. His lack of overall awareness is ridiculous at this point. Yeah his OL has been trash but he sits in a collapsing pocket way too often. Bryce seems hesitant to run or move for whatever reason. 

    Bryce also doesn’t have the natural arm strength to deliver the ball downfield without a larger than usual clean pocket. Bryce needs to really step into his deep throws. There’s just so much bad at this point but these were all things that showed up at Bama and I don’t see them changing.

    When he has a clean pocket and time he can deliver the ball accurately and on time but whoop dee do. That’s not someone you trade up for.  

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  8. Just now, 45catfan said:

    Tepper tried, but with only 32 of these jobs--as people like to say--a couple candidates said thanks, but no thanks to Dave.  It's eye opening when dudes turn down millions of dollars to stay away from this dumpster fire, career killing organization.

    Did he?

    He wanted nothing to do with Steichen after one zoom meeting 

    Steichen seems to be just fine and has Minshew as his QB

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  9. Did anyone bother to ask Bryce why he didn’t try to pick up the 1st with his legs on the 3rd and 1 play?

    Or has anyone asked him why he doesn’t run more often in general? The amount of time this kid just sits there and takes a sack when it’s so obvious there’s going to be no where to go with the ball is mind blowing… especially for a super genius 

  10. 10 hours ago, TheBigKat said:

    A generational QB class is coming out and we picked the wrong year to be players in that class

     

     that’s the Panthers way

    I wouldn’t say generational but it’s deep and it’s worth taking a shot in rounds 1-2 on a few guys

    If Ewers  balls out and ends up declaring that 2025 class is already shaping up to look like the 2023 QB class.

    This organization isn’t smart enough to think a year ahead but man they better. Having the 1st pick in the 2025 draft isn’t going to do much for us. There will be a QB sitting there at pick 33, I’d take another shot. We’re 4-8 minimum if we even had slightly below average Qb play right now 

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