Carolina Panthers General Thread

Discussion in 'Carolina Panthers' started by Extra Point, May 26, 2021.

  1. Warhawk_46

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    I’m guessing that they take Pickett with the 6th pick and neglect their offensive line. Remember Caste-whore Ruhle just had an all-defense draft a couple years back which is not only asinine but irresponsible as anyone who plays/played football knows games are won and lost along the offensive line. If I were the GM, I would see see what type of offers I could get for #6 and take 2-3 linemen in the first couple rounds. And then a viable receiving TE is paramount for a QB. CMC cannot continue to be the only safety valve.
     
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    How great would it be for the Panthers to shore up on offensive lineman and then add WR Alec Pierce? Guaranteed those two things will be absolutely critical in ensuring defense don’t focus all they have got on stopping CMC.
     
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    So the Panthers didn’t draft Pierce, but if they were going to pick a sumo I’m glad they picked the road-grader they did. Shoring up the offensive line will only help CMC. He cannot continue to get hit in the backfield all the time... give the man a little bit of space and he makes things happen. My prediction is 1,435 rushing yards, 12 TDs, 65 receptions for 630 yards (would be nice to see a wheel route versus the constant 2 yard passes he gets) and another 4 TDs.

    Bottom line: a strong bounce-back season.
     
  5. sprintstar

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    As long as he isnt hit in the backfield as soon as he touches the ball CM is better than anyone in the NFL at making things happen....get him into open field and he is a DB's worst nightmare...
     
  6. Don Wassall

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    Not too shabby for a quarterback who is constantly demonized:

    Carolina Panthers QB Sam Darnold threw a catchable ball on 87.8 percent of his passes in 2021, according to Sports Info Solutions. That was the second-best mark in the league for any quarterback with more than 200 drop-backs.
     

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