A lot of people think this may be a bit drastic. But, I definitely understand your point of view. With the exception of RT, we could literally draft the best offensive lineman at any position in the 1st round (especially in the interior as you mentioned) of the 2022 draft and have an immediate improvement on the O-line.
I don't think this is the year to get cute by trading back to acquire more choices if you have a shot to get a blue chip interior lineman in the 1st (or early 2nd) round. Moton is under contract now with a solid deal. If we can get Christensen ready to start (at either LT or G), we could double dip on lineman early in the draft and have literally have 4 starters on rookie contracts for 3 consecutive seasons.
Really curious how this team does on the road against Houston. On paper it's a game the Panthers should win without any real concern. But that's why they play the games and I expect it to be a closer game that people might predict even with the rookie QB.
Dallas could go either way. They're light years better on offense with Dak of course, but also better than last year on defense. Parsons was playing DE yesterday and made an impact.