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@  Josh211 : (04 February 2018 - 10:00 PM)

5 pt game.

@  Josh211 : (04 February 2018 - 10:00 PM)

Good call.

@  Josh211 : (04 February 2018 - 09:59 PM)

If that's not a catch, the fix is in. He was a runner.

@  Stirs : (04 February 2018 - 09:22 PM)

Well, that Eli commercial makes me want to go take a bath

@  Stirs : (04 February 2018 - 09:21 PM)

35-33 Eagles?

@  Stirs : (04 February 2018 - 09:19 PM)

955 yds and not even to the 4th qtr yet, haha

@  Stirs : (04 February 2018 - 09:19 PM)

Agholar good at following blocks

@  Josh211 : (04 February 2018 - 09:14 PM)

Close to it!

@  Stirs : (04 February 2018 - 09:11 PM)

Gonna be over 1000 yds of offense by the time this one is over. haha

@  Stirs : (04 February 2018 - 09:07 PM)

Foles doing an exceptional job for a backup

@  Josh211 : (04 February 2018 - 09:00 PM)

Almost a TD. Hope it holds up.

@  Josh211 : (04 February 2018 - 08:47 PM)

Dang it...

@  Josh211 : (04 February 2018 - 08:34 PM)

Keep the clamps on Phi!

@  Josh211 : (04 February 2018 - 08:33 PM)

Good half time show.

@  Josh211 : (04 February 2018 - 08:09 PM)

Gotta step up in the pass game!

@  Josh211 : (04 February 2018 - 08:07 PM)

If only first... I think he does, run wise.

@  Josh211 : (04 February 2018 - 08:05 PM)

Great playcall!

@  firstchance : (04 February 2018 - 08:02 PM)

Lordy, I wish Cam understood the game as much as Foles does.

@  Josh211 : (04 February 2018 - 07:10 PM)

I'll be here.

@  Josh211 : (04 February 2018 - 07:04 PM)

It's the SB! N goodish commercials.

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Toggle %s Panthers Strength of Schedule for 2018

Posted By:  PantherFan007 @ Yesterday, 09:06 PM

The Carolina Panthers come in at the 12th toughest schedule for the 2018 season.  It's not as bad as it could have been, but I always keep in mind that every season is a new season, and teams who did well last season don't always do well this season. 





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Posted By:  PantherFan007 @ 16 February 2018 - 03:10 PM

Glad to hear this.  I get so sick and tired of all the he-said she-said b/s.






CHARLOTTE – Marty Hurney has been reinstated into his role as interim general manager. 

The Panthers placed Hurney on paid administrative leave on Feb. 4 when the NFL began an investigation into whether Hurney violated the league's Personal Conduct Policy. The NFL informed the team Friday that there was no evidence of a violation and the investigation is now closed. 

Hurney is a candidate to fill the Panthers' full-time general manager opening. The team has also interviewed Bills assistant college scouting director Lake Dawson, Texans assistant general manager Jimmy Raye II and 49ers senior personnel executive Martin Mayhew.

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Toggle %s Glancing at a Few Mock Drafts Floating Around

Posted By:  PantherFan007 @ 15 February 2018 - 12:57 PM

Here is a quick look at a few of the mock drafts for the Panthers 1st Round.  In all, and truth be told, nobody knows lol






CBS Sports:
24. Carolina Panthers


Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State. The Panthers need an upgrade at left tackle and this is the kid to do it.  






Walter Football:
Carolina Panthers:


Sam Hubbard, DE, Ohio State
Julius Peppers and Charles Johnson aren't going to be around for much longer. Mario Addison is the only significant edge rusher on the roster right now that Carolina will have in the a couple of years, so the Panthers could go after a defensive end in the 2018 NFL Draft.

I've been moving Sam Hubbard around in my mock draft quite a bit. That's because he has great talent, but seldom lived up to it at Ohio State. However, he had a strong finish to his 2017 campaign, so he could still go in the first round.





Washington Post:

24. Carolina Panthers (11-5)
Needs: WR, OL, DE


James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State

After losing Ted Ginn Jr. to the Saints in free agency and trading Kelvin Benjamin to the Bills, the Panthers lacked firepower at receiver. In the playoff loss to the Saints, quarterback Cam Newton’s receiving corps consisted of Devin Funchess and a bunch of no-names. Washington can be a major deep threat immediately.






24. Carolina Panthers | Courtland Sutton | WR | SMU

When you have a playmaker like Cam Newton at quarterback, you can never give him enough weapons to maximize his talents. While there are talented pass-catchers already on the roster, Newton doesn’t have anyone with Sutton’s combination of size and athleticism. He’d give the Panthers a dominant red-zone threat who excels at breaking tackles and turning short catches into big gains.




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Christian Kirk - WR, Texas A&M




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24. Carolina Panthers:

James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State




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Joshua Jackson
    Reach/Value:     +4

Most predictions say the Panthers will focus on WR in RD1. However, do not be surprised to see the Panthers look to bolster their defensive backfield. Though the Panthers ranked seventh in overall defense, they also had a league-low 55 pass break-ups. Panthers' DBs had an underwhelming total of just four INTs. Luke Kuechly led the team with three, and that is a glaring weakness. The Panthers' Max Henson pointed out this will be an area of emphasis for new Defensive Coordinator Eric Washington.

Though only one standout year under his belt, AP All-American Josh Jackson would immediately address these weaknesses. He had 27 passes defensed and eight interceptions. Jackson's long, and anticipates routes incredibly well, which comes from his time as a Wide Receiver in High School. Jackson's elite-level ball skillsand the knack for the big play has me looking away from conventional wisdom and looking at Jackson as my prediction for Carolina in RD1. ~~@PanthersDrafter,Panthers Analyst

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Toggle %s LUKE has surgery.

Posted By:  firstchance @ 12 February 2018 - 10:52 PM

Panthers MLB Luke Kuechly underwent surgery on his right shoulder after the season.

We knew Kuechly was dealing with some type of injury when he skipped the Pro Bowl last month, and now it has been revealed it was a shoulder problem. Kuechly had a torn labrum repaired in his left shoulder in 2015, but the nature of this right shoulder issue is unclear. For now, we'll expect Kuechly to sit out OTAs and minicamp with an eye toward being ready for training camp.


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Toggle %s In Your Humble Opinion - Who to Keep?

Posted By:  PantherFan007 @ 11 February 2018 - 09:21 AM

We have some very, very important decisions to make this offseason which will affect the team in different, although similarly impacting ways.


Undrafted Guard Andrew Norwell, now a Pro-Bowler and arguably one of the League's best Offensive Linemen, is an Unrestricted Free Agent.


First round pick Defensive Tackle Star Lotulolei is also an Unrestricted Free Agent.


Both are integral components of their respective lines.


There is virtually no way, cap-wise, that we can keep both.  Or, if we did, we would have nothing left to keep anyone else. 


So, pray tell, who do we keep? 


Or, do we let both of them go?



From his end of season interview, it sounds as if Star is ready and willing to move on with another team.


Norwell, on the other hand, seems like he has adopted the Panthers as his second family, put down roots in Charlotte, and seems to appreciate the team on a different level due to them giving him the chance he thought would never happen.



That all aside, and in my opinion only, of the two, I would say keep Norwell.  We can't afford to lose anyone from the O-Line, particularly as good as he as been, and we have players on Defense who can fill any gap (no pun intended) that Star leaves if we cannot sign him.


What are your opinions, and what should we do on this dilemma?



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