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Panthers trade for Gilmore


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2 hours ago, Smittymoose said:

lol, the football knowledge of the average fan is so sad it's laughable.

 

To the extent we even have a true "free safety" and "strong safety" designation, it doesn't mean the free safety is always playing coverage and the strong safety is always in the box for the run game. There are plenty of times when either or both safeties have primary run game responsibilities, especially if you have some sort of stunt call or an unusual blitz. Combine that with the fact that Snow likes to bring pressure from all three levels, and you cannot afford to have a safety that cannot hold up against the interior run game. There's a reason why they are putting 200+ pound guys like Burris and Franklin who are traditionally what people think of as "strong safeties" at that spot next to Chinn. They want two guys who can hold up against the run in there.

 

Here's a good breakdown with easy diagrams of the ways safeties and the nickel have to be able to play primary run fits in the modern 4-2-5: http://www.blitzology.com/2015/11/4-2-5-basics-run-fits-vs-2-back.html 

Average fan? lol Ok tough guy. I know its not every time and that the FS will have to make tackles. Your post is just a bunch of word garbage because everybody already knows this. It's redundant. Yes, we also do have a distinct FS and SS no matter how many times others try to deny it. The reason Burris and Franklin has been beside Chinn is because we hadn't had the resources like we do now to have anyone better.

At the end of the day it was just a suggestion and you didn't have to take it so hard like you're ramming a giant dragon dildo up your ass. Lighten up.

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2 hours ago, RumHam said:

anyone else expect this to fall flat on its face? Reminds me of the Eric Reid signing, which he never met expectations. Much like CJ getting torched on Sunday, just because it looks good on paper/Madden, doesn't mean it works out. We still can't protect our QB and we still got exposed against the run.

It cost them just over 5M to find out if he has anything to offer. I would say it is a non-issue. 

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I dont know if its been stated but this move to me feels like to 100% block him form going to TB(bill didnt want him there either) since they are currently down 3 starting CBs. Another funny point is if Gil plays well and is not resigned, panthers could get a comp pick better than the 6th given to Pats.

Holy Lee fug this GM may have bigger balls than David MFing Tepper. I do not care if CJ or Gil are successful or not, no bad side to his trading....the guy got a 7th for little without conditions!! If he lands Jaylon Smith, put him in the panthers HOF right NOW!!! 

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47 minutes ago, KillerKat said:

Average fan? lol Ok tough guy. I know its not every time and that the FS will have to make tackles. Your post is just a bunch of word garbage because everybody already knows this. It's redundant. Yes, we also do have a distinct FS and SS no matter how many times others try to deny it. The reason Burris and Franklin has been beside Chinn is because we hadn't had the resources like we do now to have anyone better.

At the end of the day it was just a suggestion and you didn't have to take it so hard like you're ramming a giant dragon dildo up your ass. Lighten up.

You’re welcome for teaching you a little bit about football. Sorry you had to get so butt hurt to get there, but at least you learned something. 

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3 hours ago, RumHam said:

anyone else expect this to fall flat on its face? Reminds me of the Eric Reid signing, which he never met expectations. Much like CJ getting torched on Sunday, just because it looks good on paper/Madden, doesn't mean it works out. We still can't protect our QB and we still got exposed against the run.

You do realize the reason we got burnt so bad in the run game is because we were over compensating on the back end because of the injuries right? If Horn and Burris were both healthy that would have been a different game. 

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5 hours ago, Ivan The Awesome said:

 

Explain to me how this is "win now" mode when the O-line is literally the worst part of this team and the major fact of the woe's this offense has had AND the major reason we lost to Dallas? This line isn't going to hold up the whole season. 

Tell me how getting a 31 year old CB is Win now mode? Like, what am I missing here. 

I think you are over thinking this. Break it down simple- 31 yr old former DPOY Gilmore for a 2023 6th. Yes OL,OL, OLOLOLLOLLLOLLOOOLOOLLOOLOLLOL, OL. 31 other teams are looking for OL help, its a league wide issue. Would you feel meh if Finesser traded a future 6th for Von Miller?? They dont need a DE, but is Stephon Gilmore errrr Von fuging Miller. Would you poo poo on that as well? Think of this in simple terms without OL clouds. Besides if Gilmore balls out, they get a 2023 comp 3rd for him.....  

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