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DWill>Purple Jesus

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I'm not ready to make that leap yet. D-Will has shot up the ranks this year, no doubt. But I still don't think he's on Peterson's level. Peterson doesn't have a WR that teams have to account for. He sees eight men in the box on every play. Teams that play the Panthers MUST account for Steve Smith. That means D-Will sees less defenders in his face. He's done a great job taking advantage of his situation.

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