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Free agent signing TE Dan Arnold has a 116.9 passer rating when targeted for his career


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2 hours ago, hepcat said:

If he can help the anemic red zone offense and win some jump balls in the end zone I'll be thrilled they signed him.

I think that is exactly what they were thinking when they signed him.

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17 minutes ago, shaqattaq said:

OK, PFF is no longer a bunch of mind numbing dambasses...

until the next thing they say.

The Panthers have taken on PFF full force this year.  We selected one of the worst PFF ranked QBs (28) with 2 of the worst PFF ranked  lineman Elflein (147/151), and Erving (151/151). 

We did draft the a OT with the highest PFF score, but he wasn't ranked the highest on PFF's draft board, because PFF doesn't trust PFF scores.

Our coaches feel they can coach up, scheme around and  focus on how well a player fits over pff rated performance.  I don't think these players are as bad as PFF say they are.  

 

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