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  1. Panthers coach Dave Canales said rookie RB Jonathon Brooks (knee) may not be ready for the start of training camp. Canales also said Brooks has a ways to go before he is ready and the team will ease him into training camp. Brooks suffered a torn ACL late in his final season at Texas and is still recovering from the injury. Previous reports were optimistic that Brooks would be cleared by training camp, but Canales and the Panthers are now pumping the breaks. Chuba Hubbard and Miles Sanders are the next men up on Carolina’s depth chart. Hubbard proved far more effective than Sanders last year and would likely get the first crack at the starting gig if Brooks misses any time.
  2. https://x.com/panthersanalyst/status/1789007258661335221?s=46&t=xeIgh_-Vr2aKxBkBJdfnKA
  3. "[Stephon] Gilmore's going into his 34-year-old season and was making $10 million last year. If you look at the scope of all the Panthers' moves this offseason, you'll notice that [Jadeveon] Clowney is the only player brought in from outside who is in his 30s, and he's coming off one of his best seasons and played a position of extreme need. The Panthers are not deep at corner, but they're not the same kind of shallow they were at outside linebacker. If Gilmore was 29, or even 31 again, this deal might already be done. But he's not. He doesn't have to run extremely well to play his game (when you run a receiver's route for him like he did on the 2021 interception at Atlanta, you need to be smarter than fast), but they do need someone who can move. He's a great player. This might not be as much of a fit as it was three years ago."
  4. https://www.nfl.com/news/sunday-s-game-vs-jets-could-be-bill-belichick-s-last-as-patriots-head-coach - mod edit-title changed bc Juan is Juan
  5. Panthers wide receiver DJ Moore said on Monday that team leadership had spoken with owner David Tepper about the issue. Tepper, in an effort to expand the potential of Bank of America Stadium as a multi-purpose venue, installed the turf surface last season. On Thursday night, PJ Walker sustained his ankle-sprain in the team’s Week 10 win over the Atlanta Falcons. He told reporters that he thinks it’s time for a change.
  6. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/34801777/sources-panthers-listening-christian-mccaffrey-trade-offers
  7. First, let’s address the Payton rumors. Based on conversations with multiple NFL executives and coaches, including several who have ties to Tepper, league insiders don’t see this as a fit. Many who know Payton well don’t believe he and Tepper would be a match, and the Carolina job comes with several red flags. There is no quarterback on the roster that coaches are eager to work with and no trove of 2023 draft picks. The Panthers have talent on defense, but the roster needs work. Tepper has no track record of winning, and the facilities aren’t special. Oh, and facing the New Orleans Saints twice a year would be a little awkward for Payton, who coached the franchise to its only Super Bowl title. The odds of Saints exec Mickey Loomis dealing Payton, who is under contract to the Saints through 2024, to a division rival are bleak. “That’s only an attractive job if you have a chance to get a quarterback,” one NFL general manager Another GM said: “Tepper isn’t afraid to throw money around, but this won’t happen. [Loomis] wants to trade [Payton] to an AFC team. I can’t see Sean in Carolina, and he’s going to be able to speak with any owner [with a coaching vacancy] he wants.” https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2022/10/11/carolina-panthers-next-head-coach/
  8. 9. Carolina Panthers Votes: 10-5-11-9-13 | Avg: 9.6 | Median: 10 Carolina edging New Orleans in both average and median comes as a surprise. One of the execs jokingly suggested the voter ranking the Panthers fifth must work for Carolina. "Baker Mayfield is the whole reason they are not in the cellar," this voter said. "But he is not the answer. They are still really going to struggle this year." The voter ranking Carolina fifth said he thought Mayfield, as a smaller quarterback, would fare better in the warmer, more hospitable NFC South than he fared in the colder, more rugged AFC North. "If they can keep (Christian) McCaffrey healthy, I think it is a pretty well-rounded team, and I think they can beat the teams in their division at home, and New Orleans/Atlanta on the road," the Carolina optimist said. There was not much support for the process Carolina has used in arriving at this point, but there is some thought the Panthers could be competitive with Mayfield replacing Sam Darnold. "I like Baker, and then they should have a good defense — they have three good corners, they have (Brian) Burns, they have (Derrick) Brown on the inside," a voter said. "That is what kept them in games last year. They do have weapons on offense, the line should be better, and who are they going to play in that division that is going to give them a run? Tampa is the only one, in my opinion."
  9. Quarterbacks (3): Baker Mayfield, Sam Darnold, PJ Walker. It's reasonable to expect that the Panthers will clear a roster spot soon by putting Darnold on short-term IR (since head coach Matt Rhule said this week that Darnold would miss "at least four weeks" with a high ankle sprain). And until or unless they make a move (and Rhule didn't rule it out), that means they'll roll into the regular season with Mayfield and Walker as his backup. Running backs (3): Christian McCaffrey, D'Onta Foreman, Chuba Hubbard. This is a tight group, and they complement each other well. Of course McCaffrey's ability dictates that he get a lot of work, but Foreman had a good preseason, and gives them a bigger back who has proven to be effective in short-yardage situations. Hubbard still has home-run speed, and because of the way the roster fell, will likely be a key part of their special teams this year. https://www.panthers.com/news/initial-53-man-roster-breakdown-2022
  10. DENZEL MIMSWR, NEW YORK JETS The Athletic's Joe Person reports the Panthers "have called about Jets WR Denzel Mims." Mims showed some promise as a rookie, going for 357 yards in nine games. In his second season, he was completely phased out of the offense. Mims totaled just 133 yards in 2021. If a trade isn't worked out, it's likely that the Jets simply cut him before Week 1. Mims posted a pair of 1,000-yard seasons under Panthers head coach Matt Rhule while both were at Baylor. Carolina is also dangerously thin at receiver behind D.J. Moore and Robbie Anderson. The familiarity makes Carolina an ideal landing spot for Mims, though he will remain off the fantasy radar no matter where he ends up.
  11. This is my favorite sleeper/favorite player this draft cycle. Boye Mafe is an amazing EDGE prospect rising up boards. High character and freak athlete. He steadily improved throughout his time at Minnesota. If we lose Hassan this off-season, this would be an ideal replacement. He is a bigger EDGE around 270 and still is gifted with the speed our defense is built on. If Phil Snow wants to get bigger at the D-line he should be pounding the table for Mafe. All measurements were from prior to the start of the college season. His numbers could improve even greater then these already freakish numbers. Most people have him around the early 3rd round range but in my eyes he is a first round talent. But with Edge being a positional strength this year he could fall steeply. Please check him out great kid, team player, and oh boy he’s fun to watch such an explosive player. Height- 6’4 Weight-265 40 time- 5.57 Vertical Jump- 40 Inches
  12. Give me your gifs! Let's celebrate!! Pie for all except those that whine about winning.
  13. I'm not sure if I'll be able to stat track consistently throughout the 2021 season, but I'm going to try to create a few threads for a few stats that seem particularly relevant for the team's success or failure. One area of concern for the Panthers over the past few seasons has been 3rd down conversion on Offense: 2019: 31.88% (rank #29) 2020: 38.97% (rank #24) (Stats via Team Rankings) https://www.teamrankings.com/nfl/stat/third-down-conversion-pct?date=2020-02-03 https://www.teamrankings.com/nfl/stat/third-down-conversion-pct?date=2021-02-08 So, it was a concern in week 1 to see a very low success rate in 3rd down conversions: 4-14 (28.4%) and 0-1 on 4th down attempts. (24th in the league.... picking right up where we ended the 2020 season in terms of rankings). Thankfully in spite of a lot of stalled drives, it was "just the Jets" and we squeaked out a closer than needed win. But it prompted me to want to start keeping a detailed record of our 3rd (and 4th) down conversion success, looking at the stats each week, including details by drive, distance, game situation, player. I'll hopefully be posting some tables and brief analysis each week to keep a running track of how we're doing in 3rd down conversions. See below for data from weeks 1 & 2.
  14. Alrighty, where was I? Well, I'm in a peaceful Cornish meadow middling around with some jam, venison jerky and rose after a fantastic sweat lodge session. Meanwhile, PANTHERS. Who I like this year (And some may surprise). Lets get saxy. Let's get jammy. JAM OUT Sax-takes 2021 The two men below are the most critical to our success in 2021: We have an MVP caliber all around player in CMC and one of the more hyped young offensive minds in league circles. This may seem obvious but it is just so important and I deem them our absolute must work x-factors to make the playoffs. CMC needs to go mad and Brady needs to execute in the redzone with the right calls. We've built a defense to compete with the modern NFL offense better than most teams IMO. We're in a really good spot thanks to the last few drafts and one of the better FAs we've seen in our history. The offense is what needs to get going and these two are the ones to lift us. But of course with this in mind, don't forget about #14. He's our guy now. Just razor focus right der. Jermaine Carter Jr. Say whaa? I say, "ohhhh yeah". But for reals, I saw some very nice in game awareness with Carter last year and when he finally got into the lineup instead of the Whitehead guy (adios muchacho), I thought performed rather well with room to grow. He also worked his way out of Rhule's doghouse into the main casa. He's not lightning fast but is very quick and alert, moves around fluidly and he was the one who held the LB unit together IMO. Given Shaq's meh-ness and Perryman's injury bugs (who I think can flourish here), Carter has a shot to be our most effective linebacker. Watch out for him this year. Dan Arnold Another position where I really really like what we may have in Tremble but the Darnold to Arnold connection is real and can thrive. TEs can thrive with Brady's offense, we just had none last season. I can foresee Arnold putting up really good numbers for us and being the type of guy who makes Darnold's job much easier. And I mean c'mon, look at that hair folks. I think we found a gem in him. He's only 26, 6'5, and from Wisconsin. I mean, love Wisconsin. The lakes, the northwoods, snowmobiling to Chequamegons Bar from the old cabin near Cable. Daquan Jones Do not overlook the impact Jones will have as a veteran leader (and good one at that) for a very young and feisty defense. This is something Shaq unfortunately doesn't have the capacity for and we need one. He provides a much needed void in that respect and a physical one next to Brown. However this is another where we should absolutely not look past Braviyon Roy going into year 2. Nixon is a maybe for impact but Roy has a real chance for a lot of snaps behind the Brown-Jones interior. Burns-Brown-Jones-Reddick is a solid Sax Man Predictions: Omar Bayless will make the team and could leap frog David Moore & Shi Smith on the depth chart Sam Franklin may supplant Juston Burris but I will go out on a limb to say Burris is not a scrub some make him out to be. But I like Franklin a lot. Don't discount Hartsfield either but Rhule and Franklin are tight methinks. Sam Darnold will throw min 24 TDs 3800+ yards DJ Moore will have a 1300 8 TD season Brian Burns will be a mad man My bold and saucy: Panthers will go 11-6, make the playoffs, and won't be 1 and done in it either. I feel good about the coaches, defense, everything. We just need Darnold to click and we have something. One more for the road: el fin
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