Former USC QB Sam Darnold Traded

The New York Jets Jets traded QB Sam Darnold to the Carolina Panthers for a 2021 sixth-round pick and second- and fourth-round picks in 2022, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

15 thoughts on “Former USC QB Sam Darnold Traded

  1. Don’t if Carolina has a good O line but anything is better than the Jets. It often vexes me when pro teams forget that you aren’t allowed to throw when you are flat on your back and without adequate blocking that’s often where you’ll find a quarterback
    I wonder if Sam would have made a better choice of waiting a year. Nah- Teams with high picks usually don’t have good blocking.

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    1. Suitcase Sammy’s shuffle begins.

      The Jets gets the better of the deal. They unload Darnold’s unearned, outrageous contract $$$ commitment and pick-up three draft choices (A prime 2 & 3 + a flip-a-coin 6th).

      I mean those 3 choices should help the Jets far more than the Piglet will help Carolina.

      Remind me MG, what distinguishes the Carolina team other than bottom feeder losing?

      Too bad he didn’t go to Jacksonville.


      1. As far as I know, Sam Darnold was a great teammate everywhere he has been. But just to show how very low JO can go, he refers to Darnold as “piglet”. How low can you go, JO?

        I find it weird that a UCLA fan spends his days hanging out at a USC blog. How pathetic is that. You must be one very lonely person.

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      2. Just Rent,

        How is that Rosen guy doing? He started with the Cardinals and then went to Miami to be cut like a piece of meat. Didn’t he promise superbowl wins?


  2. Matt Ruhr is a great coach! A Winner and program rebuilder wherever he has gone! Sam is in a much better situation!


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