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Panthers trade down again again again


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3 minutes ago, Proudiddy said:

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.

Not how it works. It isn’t about the depth of the class. It’s a calculation of present value v. future value. That’s all.

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6 minutes ago, Growl said:

whatever I’m not gonna sit around and watch this team stockpile a bunch of camp bodies 

It sure looks like what they are doing. 

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Between Darnold, Horn, Marshall, Christensen, and Tremble, this has already exceeded Hurney drafts and is solid in its own rite.

 

As someone else mentioned, the hit rate from Round 4 on is approximately the same.

Unless their is a player they truly love, it's not a bad strategy to just load on picks and see which ones rise to the top, and cut bait or practice squad the others worth trying to develop

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4 minutes ago, Seltzer said:

Between Darnold, Horn, Marshall, Christensen, and Tremble, this has already exceeded Hurney drafts and is solid in its own rite.

Not only have they not yet played, they don’t even have a jersey yet sans Darnold. Every one of these guys could be good or this could be the worst draft in franchise history. There is no way to tell yet. 

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2 minutes ago, cardiackat88. said:

Well...

Anyone picked will be super SUPER cheap for a few years, and out of the ones picked, a gem or two would be awesome but all busts would be written off as expected.

Maybe genius?

If they’re all busts, we gave up good picks for a bunch of glorified UDFAs. 

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1 minute ago, Scott12345 said:

who cares?...at this point its a crap shoot....bundle them all & get our #2 for next year back

Or instead of doing something bad like that, keep maintaining a surplus year over year so that you have more control over your board and the draft in general.

It doesn’t have to be hard. Teams like New England and Baltimore have been doing this for 15 years. Enjoy having a GM with a clue for once. 

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