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NFL.com Five NFL stars who SHOULD be traded this offseason


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3 minutes ago, panthers320 said:

DJAX played well at times before the injury

shocking news.... Jackson was a top ten DB last year when on the field. If you remove the games where he played injured .. QBs had less than 40% success throwing in his direction, and WRs numbers were season lows.

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1 minute ago, TheRumGone said:

Yeah if we could get two firsts for him I’d do it. Also can’t we split up the dead cap hit over the remainder of his contract? Thought I read on here it’d be something like 4.5 dead cap per year for 4 years or something like that.

No, it gets accelerated. It is either $17 or 21 mil this season alone, IIRC.

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Just now, kungfoodude said:

No, it gets accelerated. It is either $17 or 21 mil this season alone, IIRC.

Ouch. Well if we did that I’d go all in on a rebuild this year. Start cutting and trading players for resources based on positional value. Take the dead cap hits this year and start building through the draft. Or package something for deshaun. We’d still probably suck this year but 2022 would look good.

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19 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Joe Person's latest Athletic article is better.

He asked three NFL personnel executives to rank the top ten Panthers players they'd want to trade for.

I liked that article until I saw someone ranked Ian Thomas, and then I knew that one dummy had skewed the three data points.

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CMC is a great player. 

But it never made sense to bring in a college coach to rebuild this team.....and pay a RB a massive contract at the same time.   That is a contradiction in logic IMO.   I mean, yeah, CMC is a fan favorite and helps w/ butts in the seat.  But COVID and his injuries really threw that in the trash can last year. 

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I felt like we should have traded CMC before inking him to a big contract. Now, this year, with all the inflated deals being rumored for QBs and CMC both being paid and returning from injured, we wouldn’t get anything that makes the deal enticing. Why give away assets at their deflated value?
Let him play another year, hope he shows out, then maybe test the waters. Or, If our team is rounding out and looking solid, just keep him.

this year, I’d grab a back in the mid to late rounds as insurance. I like Rhamondre Stevenson. Good size, good patience, good blocker, decent catcher. He’d provide some short yardage value with starter up-side and shouldn’t cost too much.

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9 hours ago, kungfoodude said:

The only way I'd trade CMC is for an elite QB or a draft haul. Like 2 first round picks and change. Otherwise we are just nuking our cap space we just created.

lmao... a team like SF?

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9 hours ago, CarolinaSunday said:

I still think talk of trading CMC is ignoring the dead money cap hit that comes with it. I'm not so sure CMC will be on the trading block this year.  However, we've seen other teams swallow a huge dead money hit, so I guess it's still possible. I suspect that as weird as this year has been, we'll see some mind blowing things this offseason in the NFL.

Articles like this are basically just sh-t flinging. They don't really look at the details.

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1 hour ago, Stumpy said:

lmao... a team like SF?

If Christian is healthy in 2021, he'd be a beast in SF with a run oriented coach like Kyle Shanahan...especially if he had a solid back to share the workload.

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2 hours ago, kungfoodude said:

SF would be stupid to make that offer but I wouldn't turn them down.

So we've gone from insane to stupid. Maybe by tomorrow it'll seem reasonable... lol

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On 2/23/2021 at 8:43 AM, DeAngelo Beason said:

If the price is right, do it.  I just don't consider running backs the commodities that they used to be.  CMC is a stellar player, but as I've said before, oftentimes his most productive outings come as a result of us getting beaten into the dirt and him being the only guy we can think of to get the ball to.  If trading one great player plugs up 2 or 3 holes with good players, it's worth it.

Panthers save very little money by trading CMC. You keep CMC, hope he returns to form, and then trade if you're going to do it.

I'm of the opinion that the Panthers are a QB away from the playoffs. Going 0-8 in games decided by one score or less is so far below the median that you'd expect a rebound to maybe 4-4 in 2021, even with Teddy.

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