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  1. Top five QB prospect by draft score I don't know how much next gen stats means to real life football, but this boy might as too the excitement most of us feel about our new QB. For me one of the most important differences to Darnold is his demeanor. He had his struggles (not alcohol but the depression) and has matured trough it. He seems a lot more comfortable in his own skin than Sam, much more in command of his fate. We might have found something. I am officially aboard the hype train!
  2. Comparing Herberts talent to this years QB class is nothing but a reach though. If there was a Hebert type QB of course that changes things. I just don't like reaching, while passing on a "shure shot".
  3. There is always the possibility of a bust. Either way. It's a simple risk /reward calculation. Drafting a QB in the top ten, that actually has a second round grade is very different from drafting one of three LTs projected to be around top ten talent. Let Darnold and Rhule flame out. We should not pour further resources into them. Imagine us taking a backup level QB and therefore passing on a high level LT.
  4. I don't really care if Darnold can be salvaged or not. What I do care about is the future of this team. I don't want us to reach for a QB who isn't it, costing us a draftpick, that would most likely shore up one of the most important positions for years to come. I don't like the idea of trading away valuable picks to get a QB either. If we take a QB in the later rounds/trade a late round pick I am all for it. Let's just not hipfire. Next year looks a lot more promising. Let Rhule and Darnold play it out together. If they manage to improve, fine. If not they will be gone next year and we have a new potential franchise player on our team. Just to bad for the rest of our young talent. A wasted year.
  5. The Cam signing elevated us fans as much as it elevated the team. Maybe even more. What felt like a chore to go trough (the rest of the season) now feels exciting. It instills optimism. What makes me feel even better, is that it's not only optimism regarding the sports side, but also regaining trust in the coaches. They s did a great turnaround in a short time, but mishandled the QB situation. I feel like the salvation of Darnold is not ever going to happen. He has all the tools but one. He just seems, sorry to say that Sam, a little dumb. Best wishes to your brother an your family.
  6. That's what I was thinking. Suddenly the offense is able to move. Against a good defense even.. Crazy.
  7. Can't believe after all this in the end Burns fugged it up like THAT in the end.
  8. I fuggin luv it! For the first time since I am a Panthers fan (not as long as a lot of you, I know) I get the feeling that we have a plan, we want to build something and progress. Get better every day. This is fuggin nice! Two years ago, I would have never dared to dream of having a player of his magnitude traded to the Carolinas. Now it is possible. Good times ahead!
  9. Around the NFL Sessler is on the Panthers Bandwagon (and a couple others) since Matt Rhule arrived. They had him on for an interview before the last season. They had a "last call for the bandwagon" segment today and did a preview of tonight's game. Panthers were getting some love.
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