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This chart shows how bad the Panthers' future is (WARNING: WILL MAKE YOU WANT TO ROPE)


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1 hour ago, Sean Payton's Vicodin said:

Even without the Matt Rhule factor, the Panthers don't have a lot of resources to spend to make this team better. Panthers traded draft picks for busts like Sam Darnold and that Jaguars CB.

And when you factor in that this team has the worst coach in the NFL right now?

This team is completely fuged. Strap in boys and girls.

That x-axis seems kinda dumb unless you think a 2nd and 3rd round pick are worth ~$80M in cap space.

According to this chart the Saints are considered to have more "resources" when in reality the difference between the Panthers and Saints is one team having a 2nd and 3rd round pick as well as ~$80M less cap space.

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1 hour ago, TheCasillas said:

At this point, it’s a tough chart to look at. However, this thing could flip upside over night through trades and cap moves. 

The point of the composite score is how difficult flipping that overnight would be.  We have very little offseason flexibility. Sure we could mortgage the future to increase draft capital this year, work out some trades to offload players etc... But that's hard to do. We have less room to make moves than many other teams...

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36 minutes ago, Evil Hurney said:

That x-axis seems kinda dumb unless you think a 2nd and 3rd round pick are worth ~$80M in cap space.

According to this chart the Saints are considered to have more "resources" when in reality the difference between the Panthers and Saints is one team having a 2nd and 3rd round pick as well as ~$80M less cap space.

I would say that yes, having a 2nd and 3rd is probably more offseason resources personally, given how malleable the cap is.

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8 hours ago, PhillyB said:

the good news is we'll all be able take our half-interested children to a game for fifteen bucks, buy 'em some stadium nachos, get drunk, and leave in the third quarter like the wine-and-cheese fans we've always bitched about without feeling the slightest bit guilty for the first time in franchise history.

2022 is coming up aces 

...i wouldn't step foot in that stadium...

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9 hours ago, LinvilleGorge said:

So us and the Bears are in a league of our own in terms of hurt. At least the Bears have a young highly drafted QB and an upcoming new HC to excite them. We have Sam Darnold and Matt Rhule. Yep, pass the rope.

We are legit the worst, most hopeless team in the NFL right now.  Jesus we have fallen so quickly.  The worst part is that there is no easy, quick fix.  We're proper fuged for the next couple of years.  Only bright side is that we are definitely going to be in the running for Bryce Young or CJ Stroud next year. 

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