Young and dangerous, the Panthers are the team nobody wants to play right now. And Carolina's ex-GM deserves plenty of credit.
Let's take a look at Week 5 picks from the 2013 NFL season, with a special emphasis on the particularly terrible 2009 NFL Draft's first round.
Who were the most surprising cuts from over the weekend? What about Robert Griffin III starting, Terrelle Pryor getting the nod in Oakland and the crazy number of Heisman Trophy busts in the NFL recently?
Jimmy Clausen was supposed to be the Panthers' franchise quarterback, but the Panthers drafted Cam Newton in 2011. Now, Clausen has been released.
The Jets' QB situation has gone from bad to worse after Mark Sanchez's shoulder injury. Now the team will reportedly work out Matt Leinart and John Beck.
Panthers wideout Steve Smith says GMs are 'hoping and praying' to find a rookie who can do what the 34 year old wide receiver can.
Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith said he wants to play two or three more years before retiring despite having just turned 34.
Every NFL Draft takes three years to truly evaluate. Pete Prisco looks back at his 2010 Grades (he'd like to have that Jimmy Clausen prediction back).
The Panthers reportedly were looking to draft Russell Wilson in the later rounds of the 2012 draft so he could back up Cam Newton.
Marc Trestman's hire by the Bears is head-scratching at best. If he's such a genius, why was the Montreal Alouettes' gig the only head coaching position he was offered before the Bears came along?

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