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Tanker's Special: The Teams Seeking a QB in 2022


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14 hours ago, MHS831 said:

Teams that are certain to be picking before the Panthers in 2022 that will probably grab a QB in the 2022 draft:

1.  Detroit (they should be #1 and they have draft capital)

2. Houston (if they make a trade before the draft, they can grab any player they want after Detroit picks--and Houston will be picking top 5 regardless)

Teams that will be picking around where the Panthers pick in the draft that need a QB are:

1. Pittsburgh

2. Washington

A few teams that MIGHT be in the market are:

  •  Vikings, Giants, Broncos, Saints, Falcons, Eagles, Buccaneers

A few players who will be traded during the off-season to eliminate a need:

  • Watson- Will the Texans deal this QB during the offseason?  Odds are they will. 
  • Garappolo- Even though he is starting, the 9ers will deal JG in the offseason.

The college prospects:
I have no idea if Howell is going to leave for the NFL or not.  In my view, there are 5 who could start in the NFL and one dark horse--

  • Matt Corral:  This year, he has shown the ability to make every NFL throw.  A good passer, and he is a dual threat. (Top 10--highly unlikely that the Panthers will have this option)
  • Kenny Pickett:  Probably (arguably) the most NFL ready with his maturation and experience.  (Top 20)
  • Sam Howell: With protection and WR talent, he could be a good NFL QB.  (Round 1-2)
  • Carson Strong: Not mobile, but his arm strength and deep ball accuracy give you a player to build around. (Round 1-2)
  • Malik Willis:  A few bad games may drop him into round 2, but he has elite arm strength and mobility. (Round 1-2)

Dark Horse:  Bailey Zappe, Western KY: Makes all the throws with great accuracy and precision. 4200 yards, 42 TDs, 7 Ints. at the moment. (Round 1-3)  https://www.profootballnetwork.com/bailey-zappe-western-kentucky-qb-nfl-draft-scouting-report-2022/

Outlook:  If the Panthers want Corral or Pinkett, they may have to turn down trades and take the player when they draft.  However, if they value Strong, Willis, or Howell, they might be able to pick up a second rounder by sliding back in round 1.  The Panthers may not have Cam under contract next season, and could focus on using Darnold until the rookie is ready.  If the Panthers have cap room, spend it on the OL if they cannot address it through the draft due to taking a QB.  However, if we dropped a few spots and added a second round LT, and addressed G and C in free agency...

Of course, they could trade back and grab a few OL and wait a year to address QB, but that is not a move you make in year 3 of a rebuild.  I think we have no choice but to draft a QB in round 1.

No, I do not see giving Cam a contract (based on what I have seen in 2018, 2019, 2020 in New England, and so far in 2021). Sorry.  Not quite on that train yet.   I do not see building a line and letting Darnold run this show next year.  We need a QB, and I am guessing we will draft one.  Going all in for Watson?  Nope--we need those draft picks to meet other needs.

What year is Hartman from wake?

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31 minutes ago, firefox1234 said:

We say this every year since Gross retired but it doesn’t happen. I don’t know what to say or do anymore…

And there was Slater but people here still want Fritts next year.

It's like the bread where you use some of the last batch to make a new batch. We keep acting surprised it's contaminated when we are still using the dough with mold in it...

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15 hours ago, MHS831 said:

Teams that are certain to be picking before the Panthers in 2022 that will probably grab a QB in the 2022 draft:

1.  Detroit (they should be #1 and they have draft capital)

2. Houston (if they make a trade before the draft, they can grab any player they want after Detroit picks--and Houston will be picking top 5 regardless)

Teams that will be picking around where the Panthers pick in the draft that need a QB are:

1. Pittsburgh

2. Washington

A few teams that MIGHT be in the market are:

  •  Vikings, Giants, Broncos, Saints, Falcons, Eagles, Buccaneers

A few players who will be traded during the off-season to eliminate a need:

  • Watson- Will the Texans deal this QB during the offseason?  Odds are they will. 
  • Garappolo- Even though he is starting, the 9ers will deal JG in the offseason.

The college prospects:
I have no idea if Howell is going to leave for the NFL or not.  In my view, there are 5 who could start in the NFL and one dark horse--

  • Matt Corral:  This year, he has shown the ability to make every NFL throw.  A good passer, and he is a dual threat. (Top 10--highly unlikely that the Panthers will have this option)
  • Kenny Pickett:  Probably (arguably) the most NFL ready with his maturation and experience.  (Top 20)
  • Sam Howell: With protection and WR talent, he could be a good NFL QB.  (Round 1-2)
  • Carson Strong: Not mobile, but his arm strength and deep ball accuracy give you a player to build around. (Round 1-2)
  • Malik Willis:  A few bad games may drop him into round 2, but he has elite arm strength and mobility. (Round 1-2)

Dark Horse:  Bailey Zappe, Western KY: Makes all the throws with great accuracy and precision. 4200 yards, 42 TDs, 7 Ints. at the moment. (Round 1-3)  https://www.profootballnetwork.com/bailey-zappe-western-kentucky-qb-nfl-draft-scouting-report-2022/

Outlook:  If the Panthers want Corral or Pinkett, they may have to turn down trades and take the player when they draft.  However, if they value Strong, Willis, or Howell, they might be able to pick up a second rounder by sliding back in round 1.  The Panthers may not have Cam under contract next season, and could focus on using Darnold until the rookie is ready.  If the Panthers have cap room, spend it on the OL if they cannot address it through the draft due to taking a QB.  However, if we dropped a few spots and added a second round LT, and addressed G and C in free agency...

Of course, they could trade back and grab a few OL and wait a year to address QB, but that is not a move you make in year 3 of a rebuild.  I think we have no choice but to draft a QB in round 1.

No, I do not see giving Cam a contract (based on what I have seen in 2018, 2019, 2020 in New England, and so far in 2021). Sorry.  Not quite on that train yet.   I do not see building a line and letting Darnold run this show next year.  We need a QB, and I am guessing we will draft one.  Going all in for Watson?  Nope--we need those draft picks to meet other needs.

I don't want any of these jabronies. 

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lol the Jets have 2 top 5 picks right now and our 2nd. My god..

 

 

They will have to trade back to be honest. Depending on what happens to Rhule, this is actually the year they need to just rebuild and trade back for capital. Run with whomever they want, if a new regime, well they will pick up a vet, if it's still Rhule, either Cam or PJ. Whatever. 

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Once again we’re in draft purgatory. Gave up picks for a never-had-it qb, a corner who is probably top 10 but who they won’t allow to guard opponents top threats and whoever else we gave up picks for.

And it’s not just the draft. We owe Darnold over 18m next year, we’re still paying Teddy and we have a running back making a truckload of cash who can’t play more than a couple games a season.

Going to be hard to have any hope going into 22 the way things stand right now.

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