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The 2023 Draft

Discussion in 'Carolina Panthers' started by dig-it, Oct 22, 2022.

  1. y2b

    y2b King of QC

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    CBS has Jalin Hyatt as the 7th best WR, 47 rank overall. I would love to get him at 39. Wouldn't be upset at Josh Downs or Kayshon Boutte.
     
  2. rake

    rake Need one of these

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    A guy with a little "rocket-like" field stretching ability and two possession guys. No #1 WR there. I think whoever said that Marshall is gonna have to step up is right
     
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    y2b King of QC

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    adding Thielen plus a WR at 39 would be a good look, I saw online he left town but a deal isn't off the table
     
  4. dig-it

    dig-it Wait'n On That Post Rookie Deal

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    So as of right now, how many TEs are on the roster?
    Thomas, Trimble, Sullivan, Hurst.
    I know there were times that even Ricci was used as a TE.
     
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    I think all of them as of now, we will see.

    So we are keeping Thomas and Hurst and Tremble would be my guess
     
  6. y2b

    y2b King of QC

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    yes I would say the TE room is set other than adding a rookie, Sullivan prob outside looking in at 53
     
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    rake Need one of these

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    So why even bother drafting a TE at all? Anyone left at #39 to spend that valuable pick on probably would not be worth it. With the signings of Sanders and Hurst, RB and TE really shouldn't be day one priority. But if a TE weapon like Kincaid or Musgrave is there then that might be "BPA to the new offensive minded staff". But if you want to be a force running the ball it hurts to have TEs that are only worth a shit at catching passes. ... And to add at a later pick a LaPorta or Schoonmaker (who are more well-rounded) that really doesn't fill a pressing enough need since we already have a couple of those guys now. So at #39 the decent possible #1 WRs and big good corners will probably be gone. So what to do at 39?!?!
     
  8. Black&Black

    Black&Black Try My Product

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    Thomas just fucking sucks at everything. I'm not really sure why he wasn't an outright cut. I guess he'll play the Y role when Reich wants to pound the rock, but he's not even a good blocker. There must be some "glue guy" fuckery afoot.
     
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    OLB that drops?
     
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    I like the idea of trading up to grab Michael Mayer TE out of ND, or sitting at 39 and hoping WR Jalin Hyatt out of Tennessee is still there
     

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