Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Carolina Panthers: Keep Your Enemies Close – 5 Questions with Cat Crave

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Sep 3, 2015; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Carolina Panthers running back

Jordan Todman

(30) runs the ball past Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker

Terence Garvin

(57) during the second half at Heinz Field. The Panthers won the game, 23-6. Mandatory Credit: Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports

4. If you could have any player on the Jaguars to help shore up a spot on the Panthers, who would you pick?

"The Jaguars are probably one of the few teams in the league I would not take a player from.  We tried Jordan Todman and he got beat out by Brandon Wegher.  We tried Mike Brown and he could not make the team either."

My take:

A pretty silly response from Chris here. The Panthers aren’t some juggernaut with Pro Bowl players at every position. As we’ve already discussed in this piece, the Panthers could use help at wide receiver and I’d bet the Panthers’ coaching staff would love to have Allen Robinson or Allen Hurns right now. The same goes for their offensive line, where Michael freaking Oher is somehow starting at left tackle. Outside of Ryan Kalil, the Panthers could upgrade their offensive line at every position via a player on the Jaguars.

I could keep going (cornerback, defensive tackle, etc.), but I think I’ve given this response enough of a rebuttal.

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