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More WR hate for the WR Corps

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Jackofalltrades    9,325

Ranked 32nd the write takes a cheap shot but doesn't actually provide an argument or any analysis. I guess it's easier to just go with the flow than it is to do any actual work.

http://www.sportsonearth.com/article/81075336/nfl-receiving-corps-rankings-denver-broncos-cincinnati-bengals-detroit-lions?tcid=tw_share#!2ynfU

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Happy Panther    3,966

Our passing/receiving game may well suck. Putting us last stings and is arbitrary but I certainly don't see a lot of reasons why we are all of a sudden going to be a top team.

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RelaxImaPro    5,384

32. Carolina Panthers

The Panthers host the Seahawks on Oct. 26. Their over/under for receiving yards should be around 75, with Mike Tolbert providing most of it.

There's our entire write up in case anyone was wondering.  This is after he gave and in depth analysis to every other team he covered.

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ThatGuy    5

There really is no reason to think we are going to have a great receiving corps... There just isn't. That saying, there is also no reason why you can be optimistic. Im not, but you can be. I see us being about the same as last year. Cam still needs to grow and hopefully after we get out from under the dead money we can continue to add weapons to the passing game. Cotchery, and Avant are role players at the end of their careers. KB looks to be solid so far, Olsen is a very good TE, but other than that its just role players. I do believe we need to use Tolbert more like he was used with the Chargers. He could be our big version of Sproles. I think he's the best option in the backfield, and hopefully he survives the RB purge when it does happen. 

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PantherWake    2,457

The media seems to equate having poor WRs = poor team when our WRs weren't all that good last year. Cam was our whole offense anyway.

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csx    6,966

I absolutely think they will be better than last year. We have a better receiver group.

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philp    1,180

What's new?  I'm so ready to turn the page on this under the radar bullshit.  I'm ready for this team to strike fear into the eyes of our enemies.  We're close, but not quite there yet.

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L-TownCat    11,868

More like the kid who eats paste.

That poo is delicious.

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philp    1,180

I disagree. There's no team in the NFL that is going to be glad to see us on their schedule. Our offense might not be flashy or prolific in scoring, but it is going to be punishing and efficient. We are going to pound downfield, eat up clock, rest our top shelf defense while tiring theirs out, and when we get into the redzone, we will be sending out a 6'5" giant, two sure handed veteran possession receivers and a great pass catching TE.

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Hell yeah this is what I'm talking about!  

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Peppers90 NC    3,014

I'm not worried about the receiving core anymore, I think they will be a strength as the season progresses.  Couple that with Dickson and maybe even B Williams, already with Olsen, our passing game will be better than last years.  Just need to be able to adjust to quicker routes if our line isnt giving proper time.

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