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The 2023 Draft

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

  1. dig-it

    dig-it Paddy O'Chair

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    Exactly how is order determined when there are 7 or 8 teams with the same record and some of those are in the same division?
     
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    Record verses each other, like opponents, etc... all the way down to a coin flip
     
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    dig-it Paddy O'Chair

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    It's been a very bizzaro season. Those who have sucked are now decent and once good teams are sucking or mediocre. At lest the Panthers are having the same kind of season we've come to expect as normal.
    Gonna have to maybe change keep pounding into keep tapping.
     
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    Of all the projected college QB's coming out, what do you think is the latest in rd 1 we could grab a qb who could be better than what we currently have? I'd rather not reach and draft a QB just to draft one if we could improve somewhere else. I can't see any free agent qb being much if any better here.
     
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    College QBs, no matter how much they shined in school, having NFL success is as rare as hen's teeth. The Panthers were lucky to have had one, but had to have the very first pick to get him.
    If Will Anderson is available when the Panthers choose they had better run to the podium and pick him. Pick up a QB in the second.
     
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    There isn't a QB who will be available that's ready to start on day one. If we reach for Levis, Hooker, or anyone then don't be surprised if we're looking at a QB again next year. And right now, next year's class looks better, but it seems like next year's QB class always looks better.
     
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    Carr has made noises about how he'd retire if the raiders traded him but he's not the first player to change plans when a pay bump is sitting there.

    I'm not sure he's any more than a different denomination of cousins but if you want a wildcard spot him on this team with average coaching gets you there.
     
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    we have 4 QBs already... wait a year and pull a Mike Ditka for Maye

    Am I the only one watching this kid? He's like the next Payton Manning.

    Well, that's not fair... he's putting up better numbers than any year Payton had in college.
     
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    Come January we will have one QB signed for 2023. I don't really think that any of Sam, Baker or PJ is worth bringing back.

    As far as Maye, he looks great. So does Caleb Williams, and Quinn Ewers is another to keep an eye on. But next year's QB class always looks great, and Trevor Lawrence was a once-in-a-generation prospect. Next year at this time I think we'll all be looking to the 2024 class and drooling over the prospect of getting Cade Klubnik or Drew Allar.
     

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