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Five Bold Predictions for the Carolina Panthers

Steve Seufert | May 22nd, 2020

The Carolina Panthers are going to be a fun team to watch moving forward. They took the risky route and hired Baylor head coach Matt Rhule away from the collegiate scene. One that he is most familiar with, Rhule doubled that down by hiring a 31-year-old coordinator to manage the offense. Let’s not forget they almost immediately signed Teddy Bridgewater to a $63 million dollar deal to become the starting quarterback of an NFL franchise. That is something he hasn’t done since 2015 when he suffered a gruesome knee injury while playing for the Minnesota Vikings. Needless to say, this will be fun.

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Carolina Panthers Draft Review: Derrick Brown

Carolina Panthers Draft Review

Alex Kielar | April 30th, 2020

Carolina Panthers’ new head coach Matt Rhule had one thing in mind and one thing only: Improve the defense that allowed 29.4 PPG last season and lost six of seven players who had more than three sacks. Rhule and the Panthers did just that and became the first team in history to use all seven of their draft picks on defense. After working on the offense during free agency, the Panthers wanted to go defensive-heavy in the draft. A few offensive players showed up on their board throughout the draft but were gone by the time their pick came around.

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2020 NFL Draft Rankings: Defensive Tackles and Edge Rushers

The Scorecrow Scout Team | April 21st, 2020

We are almost there! The 2020 NFL draft is almost here and it’s going to be a draft like no other in NFL history. However, once the draft starts and the picks start rolling, everyone will forget about how the draft is being done remotely and focus on who is being picked and what team is trading up. Here at The Scorecrow, five of our NFL draft scouts (Givanni Damico, Mason Thompson, Connor Neal, Byron Jewell, Brady Podloski) have put together a list of their top-five at each position.

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Derrick Brown: 2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report

Alex Kielar| April 21st, 2020

Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn #5

Height: 6’5”

Weight: 318 lbs

Class: Senior

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Carolina Panthers Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Ethan Hewett | April 16th, 2020

The Carolina Panthers have entered a new era of football. They cleaned out the coaching staff and brought in former Baylor Bears Head Coach Matt Rhule to lead the Panthers into the next decade of football. With a new offensive-minded coach, the offseason consisted of getting pieces around running back Christian McCaffrey, whom the Panthers just gave a four-year, $64 million dollar contract. They started by giving quarterback Teddy Bridgewater a three-year, $63 million contract and also brought in former XFL star quarterback P.J. Walker. The Panthers also added receivers Robby Anderson and Seth Roberts.

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Carolina Panthers Pre Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Daniel Corrigan | March 9th, 2020

The Panthers are a very confusing team to figure out. Do they need a QB, WR, or defensive help more than anything else? Well, with a top 10 draft pick, they have options and a lot of good options.

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Arizona Cardinals Pre Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Mason Thompson | February 24th, 2020

The first year of the Kliff Kingsbury/Kyler Murray experience went about as well as you could expect. There were some flashes but there was an abundance of growing pains as well. The Cardinals were dreadful on defense and their offensive line was still abysmal. The team has the eighth pick in the first round and six picks overall. The team still has a lot of work to do before being considered a contender in potentially the toughest division in the league.

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Carolina Panthers 2019 Season Recap

Mason Thompson | January 14th, 2020

The Carolina Panthers were poised to make a deep playoff run in the 2019 season. Cam Newton finally seemed to be fully healthy and with a supporting cast consisting of Christian McCaffrey, D.J. Moore, Curtis Samuel, and the returning Greg Olsen, the offense had a ton of potential. Luke Kuechly finally seemed to have some help on defense with the drafting of Brian Burns and the signing of Gerald McCoy. Continue reading