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  1. Go defense in the 2nd and draft Stone Forsythe in the 3rd.
  2. Traded down twice here, in the 1st and in the 2nd:
  3. Traded down with Washington:
  4. Not a fan of Walker Little. We need someone who is ready to start day one with a high floor, not a high ceiling/unknown floor prospect like Little. 1. Sewell 2. Slater 3. Eichenberg 4. Darrisaw 5. Teven Jenkins
  5. If it isn't a QB then it's GOT to be a left tackle.
  6. Taking a break from arguing about the circumstances of the lawsuits for a moment and focusing purely on the football side of this, I wonder if this could potentially end up working out in the Panthers favor? Let's say these allegations are thrown out/dismissed/withdrawn/whatever and Watson is cleared of any wrongdoing, but it doesn't happen until after the draft and therefore the trade talks don't heat back up until then. Could we potentially end up being able to use our draft picks this year to address the OL and add some talent around the QB and THEN make a deal for Watson after th
  7. I'm not saying it was a good idea, and I'm not saying it was "just" for a massage either. What I am saying is that it doesn't equate to him being some kind of monster or rapist either. And also, if you think he's the only NFL star doing this you're crazy. Most young professional athletes with any profile engage in similar behavior; is this supposed to mean that he's unfit to play in the league now? Or is he just unfit to play for the Panthers now because you're undoubtedly one of the folks who have been against the idea of a big trade? If he is guilty of actual assault or worse then
  8. No, it doesn't. It says a lot about how little some folks on here understand how the younger crowd lives these days. It's not what I would have done at age 37 either, but it's also not something that should be considered incriminating for a 25 year old today and I imagine it's more common than you would think among younger players these days. Your argument is like if an Uber driver accused Watson of assaulting them saying "it's irresponsible of him to use uber instead of driving his own car." It's 2021; things are done differently now, especially among younger people. As I've said, i
  9. Would you have preferred a text saying "hey sorry I slapped you with my dick; we cool?"
  10. lol what? This is how younger folks are doing things now. There's nothing wrong with setting something like this up on Instagram. How many companies/individuals do business on social media these days? Just because he's an NFL star means he can't?
  11. I'm sorry, but if anything those texts do more to clear Watson than anything. Why would he rub his dick on her and then send an incriminating text after the fact apologizing and offering to work together again? Maybe this batshit crazy lawyer does have some actual evidence of wrongdoing, but these texts ain't it. Sounds like, at worst, a misunderstanding.
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