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Panthers split personnel to watch Justin Fields and Mac Jones' pro days

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14 minutes ago, Trainwreck said:

QBs today all can run somewhat. Even Daniel Jones and Trubisky are pretty good runners. End of the day, I want a quarterback who can throw the football. Both Lance and Fields can do that unlike Teddy. I don’t care if Lance ran the 40 or not. All I needed to see, I saw at their pro days throwing the football and I want them both. 

I agree they need to better than 5. Jones was running away form DBs in a couple plays, I had on my O face during.... Russ WIlson and Arod murder Ds with those 3rd and long runs for 1st down. 

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1 hour ago, Catsfan69 said:

I'm so glad we developed some culture this year.

We can enjoy it while watching Fields play for Atlanta for the next 12 years.

Imagine we miss picking Herbert by 1 slot last year and then we miss getting Fields, Lance and Wilson this year for a late season win. 

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9 hours ago, Trainwreck said:

Nvm wrong guy

You are thinking of Verge and she is usually pretty spot on with her source. She mentioned they wanted Mac right after they traded up. Now several writers are confirming what she has said.

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