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Panthers trade down again again again


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This is getting ridiculous.😂😂😂

See y'all in the 2022 Draft, because apparently we aren't picking in this one.😂

But, I will say, again, that last night Rhule said their guys have said a 3rd rounder this year is the equivalent to a 2nd next year, and I'm assuming they've applied that logic for each round, with the implication being this draft is deeper and has more value.

Also, they Fitt said they felt comfortable trading down bc they know there is more value grouping in the areas they're trading to versus where they were originally picking.

But this is crazy.

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Maybe Scott Fitterer is the BUST of the draft!!

Not impressed so far.. although I do like WR Terrance Marshall, IF he can stay healthy and not spend his career making millions while sitting on the bench.

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I love it because it’s smart AND it pisses off the masses so badly.

The people who get pissed about Marty only drafting two good players per year are the same ones who don’t get that more lottery tickets = more likelihood of draft success

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If we keep trading down, I am guessing some of us Huddlers need to keep our phones nearby. 

"MHS, how would you like to be the newest Panther?"

Yes, your honor.  my ring size is 11."

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