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  1. Excuse me. I said division 2 but meant to say FCS. I forgot the terminology changed a few years ago. NDSU is an FCS program, not an FBS program. There are 130 FBS college football programs, and NDSU is not one of them and play at a lower level. Or course there are talented players coming out of FCS programs, but by and large, FBS players are more talented, especially players from the power 5 conferences. Trey Lance has played against low level competition in college relatively speaking. This is not up for debate. He could end up being a good NFL player. I don't think they he is worthy of a first round pick. Only time will tell. Thanks for trying to nickel and dime me on the division 2 comment.
  2. No, he was. He is not currently an NFL scout. I said "if he was" because I was not familiar with Daniel Kelly prior to this message board thread. However, my point still stands - you don't become an NFL scout without having a lot of knowledge, and his take is certainly relevant. You're not going to waste your time responding but you did? Troll? Lol. Trading for Watson obviously would've been a horrible decision. You are not qualified to discuss football with me boy.
  3. If he was a former NFL scout, he certainly knows more than you and has good input to provide. I'm not sure the majority of the Hiuddle comprehends the talent difference between division 2 and division 1 football (particularly division 2 to a power 5 conference). In addition to Lance facing garbage competition in college, how did he land at a Division 2 college coming out of high school? I wouldn't touch this guy.
  4. Of course. All PSL owners are the same whether you purchased them directly from the Panthers or another individual.
  5. It's incredibly interesting to see idiots on this board know more than the 49ers management team.
  6. Obviously? I'm glad you can objectively determine what's going on inside my head. There are many reasons why I don't want to trade for Watson but primarily because the Panthers would have to give up too much in return.
  7. Why would the Panthers want to give up a tremendous amount of our assets and draft capital (too much) for someone who would pull this kind of stunt? And this would be for someone who would be the face of the franchise.
  8. Ok. I guess it's a bonafide fact then since this random article said so. Case closed.
  9. Still can't refute what I said I see. Dipshittery, nope - I guarantee I follow this closer than you.
  10. Nice rebuttal. I understand you can't refute what I said.
  11. The only idiotic takes in this thread are those that feel we should give up anything close to what the Peter King article suggested for Watson (or any combination of multiple 1st rd picks, starters from the Panthers roster, etc). The Texans will want too much in return for Watson. This is not up for debate! Unless you want the Panthers to get taken to the cleaners with a horrific deal, move on from the idea Watson will be a Panther. Enough is enough.
  12. While I agree you need to have a top QB, you still need to have the pieces around him. Our OL and LB units are well below average, and the secondary is straight up trash. Watson is also not our ONLY option. You can still draft a QB while developing the team around him or get a different QB at a fair deal (what's the rush - the GM and coach are both new). The Texans will require too much in return for Watson. You never take a bad deal for any purchase in life!
  13. I hope Tepper doesn't turn into another meddling owner. Does the new GM and Rhule really want to tie up their entire future into 1 player? It doesn't seem like a risk they would want to take.
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