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Discussion in 'Carolina Panthers' started by dig-it, Jan 8, 2021.

  1. stirs

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    The 2 Olineman we got are versatile and can fill in up and down the line. We lost Schoefield and Larson, and these new guys will fill in nicely
     
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    TE is for the passing game, not much of a blocker, so he will be in and out of the offense. Don't think he is a 3 down guy
     
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    That's got to be a depth signing
     
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    rake The REAL He Hate Me

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    Yup, aside from the two overpaid O-line backups I like what they’re doing. A sure thing at LT, CB, (AND QB!!!) are really the only MASSIVE holes to fill.
    Like morningwood I really like Lindsey and whoever gets him gets an underrated gritty chain-mover. If CMC is going to be getting dinged then carolina could really use Lindsey. .. he’s tough and dependable. He’s near the top of my wish list.
     
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    Arnold is more of a big slot receiver than a true TE. Letting Manhertz and Armah walk, and then signing a receiving specialist, is possibly a signal that we're moving to a full spread offense, which would look way more like what LSU did in 2019. The pandemic likely caused Rhule and Brady to run a scaled back version of what we wanted to do. 2020's scheme felt like a warmed over version of where Turner left off. I expect to see something radically different in 2021.
     
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    Lindsay signed with Denver yesterday.
     
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    If they're running LSU's offense then Mac Jones may be the best QB option in the draft. That scheme requires lightning quick processing and accuracy, which play to his strengths. If Lance and Jones are available to us, I really wonder which one they pick.
     
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    I keep hearing a trade up either to the jets or now Atlanta
     
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    If we run the wide open offense, we will need a quick thinker who gets rid of the ball
    Jones might indeed be the guy
     
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    Bull Moose Keep Pounding

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    Arnold is exactly what B&B said, and he is remarkably good in terms of contested catches. Plays fast from in line, because he’s not 260 pounds. But he’s played a lot of snaps on the line. Former all American hurdler and track guy. Not a blazer, but has a great radius and knows how to elevate
     

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