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The Panther Plan 2023

Discussion in 'Carolina Panthers' started by stirs, Mar 11, 2023.

  1. presidence99

    presidence99 es lo que hay.

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    Every team that has tried this with hurst has been disappointed. Getting New Orleans/Cam's rookie year Shockey would be in line with his career and useful enough.
     
  2. stirs

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    But we have great coaches......
    Haha
     
  3. stirs

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    Anyone think the Panthers could trade down in the 2nd and try to pick up one more player?

    I had read that at a place or two, nothing substantial, just probably from them having only 6 picks
     
  4. rake

    rake Need one of these

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    If anything they might need to give up a pick to move up at some point . .. more mediocre won't improve a roster.
     
  5. Cyberjag

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    I haven't really read anywhere that this is a particularly deep and talented draft, so I don't see the wisdom in stocking up picks. I think Rake is right--if anything they sacrifice a pick to move up for a player.
     
  6. stirs

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    It is very low on 1st round talent, between 15 and 20 are all that have 1st round grades.
    I would expect a few to move up into top 20 but then back after that if possible.

    What you get at 25 might be as good as what you get at 50, thus the willingness to move back and pick up someone

    An example of the values below 20.
    From GBN Report: Some teams can flip picks and get a WR, because the pick could be the same person targeted in the 20s. No reason not to make the trade except for the high cap number that could come along with it.

    Hopkins trade talks reportedly heating up … After the Aaron Rodgers trade to the NY Jets was finally consummated yesterday, the next veteran domino to fall could be Arizona WR DeAngelo Hopkins. There are reports out of the desert that in fact talks regarding Hopkins have started to heat up with Baltimore, Buffalo and the NY Giants the three teams most often mentioned as likely landing spots. There are also reports that as part of the compensation, the Cardinals would like to flip their second round pick, #34, for a first rounder. For the record, the Ravens currently have the 22nd pick, while Giants picks 25th and the Bills have #27. It will likely also cost the trading team at least a 4th round pick to complete the deal. Stay tuned!
     
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  7. stirs

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  8. rake

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    Our need at CB is largely dependent on the scheme that Evero runs. If we’re primarily man, we have definite depth concerns.
     
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  10. dig-it

    dig-it Wait'n On That Post Rookie Deal

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