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Mr. Scot

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  1. It wasn't Matt. It was Ryan. Cowherd got the name wrong.
  2. Of all the idiotic things to spam a football message board about...
  3. That I can understand, but yeah, 2012. As far as others taken outside the first, Derek Carr is probably the best.
  4. As for me, I don't necessarily have specific players in mind so much as positions (at least in the first). Obviously, in the first round I want offensive line. Anything that isn't that, not so much.
  5. I think your crystal ball might need some cleaning.
  6. How could you not remember Wilson, man? That guy's been a pain in our ass for years.
  7. Fans have been trying to get him on the Panthers for years.
  8. Grigson's just one convenient example. There are plenty of teams that have added skill players while half-assing the offensive line. One of them currently has a very disgruntled quarterback because of it. And yes, the fact that we got our GM from that team does worry me a little.
  9. It allows that the Panthers could draft Fields and allow he and Darnold to compete for the starting job. But this... Giving up three draft picks, although not a huge haul, are still three draft picks at the end of the day. You don't just give that kind of draft capital for a guy you hope can be the answer and maybe be a backup to the guy you draft in the first round. That's a type of move that shows you have confidence in the player that you're trading for. ... directly contradicts this: We got Darnold because there was significant doubt Fields will be there at 8. We went
  10. The article you linked in the next post contradicts your take on Darnold. Quoting: The real question is: does it make sense to still take a quarterback? Giving up three draft picks, although not a huge haul, are still three draft picks at the end of the day. You don't just give that kind of draft capital for a guy you hope can be the answer and maybe be a backup to the guy you draft in the first round. That's a type of move that shows you have confidence in the player that you're trading for. Could this just be the Panthers bluffing to get teams from behind them to trade up int
  11. I guess it's a better nickname than "guy who's been overrated for years because of one big college highlight". Not that Clowney isn't good, but he's never been as good as the hype that's surrounded him.
  12. I don't really want either one. I remember everyone cheering when Ryan Grigson and the Colts kept drafting weapons for Andrew Luck while ignoring the offensive line. People were wishing we used that approach. Look what happened there.
  13. The Browns and Clowney finally came to an agreement on a one-year deal for $10 million.
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