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The Panthers STILL need WR help.

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Ah guys, Moose was like 80 yards of having 1,000 yards this season. Rosario hasn't done much after week one, but he showed a fair bit to us this season and if he continues to develop could be that TE we need. Receiver isn't THAT bad for us. Moose is a great receiver alongside smith and if Jarrett can develop I think he'll be very good.

He wasn't amazing this season but there were a lot of key grabs on third down etc.

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Ah guys, Moose was like 80 yards of having 1,000 yards this season. Rosario hasn't done much after week one, but he showed a fair bit to us this season and if he continues to develop could be that TE we need. Receiver isn't THAT bad for us. Moose is a great receiver alongside smith and if Jarrett can develop I think he'll be very good.

He wasn't amazing this season but there were a lot of key grabs on third down etc.

True that and most people don't realize that almost every pass that was thrown his way, he caught. We will be fine.

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Don't get me wrong. I like the O. But I said all during the season about needing someone else to emerge.

SS was blanketed all night vs AZ. You have Moose running a hot route and going deep is what the OTHER team wants you to do.

That is not his strength.

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Normally, year 3 for a WR is the breakout year.

But also, a WR is usually the EASIEST postion to hit the ground running in.

I'm worried about him.

You mean RB is the easiest- WR's normally take a couple of seasons to develop for a reason. I like Jarrett and thought he played well, Jake rarely goes that far in his progressions. Jarrett will play a bigger role next year.

As for getting another receiver, I'd like to see Moore, Robinson or Carter step up as small, fast, slot guys. I'm more worried about replacing Smith or at least adding another big play guy to the passing game.

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We'll be fine at WR. It's not like Jake is spreading the wealth. I think that gps locking device he has on smith can be attributed to the progression, or lack thereof, concerning Jarret. In Jarret's defense he made key 3rd down conversions and when he actually got a chance to play looked good. I'd also give Hackett another year. Lets remember that the style of offense we run is predicated off the run. It's not like we're running an offense like lets say the cards, Chargers, or Colts where Jake is chucking it down field 85% of the time. However he does chuck it to smith most of the time when we do throw it, even into double triple coverage-- that's the problem.

I honestly don't see any GLARING weaknesses in our offense and am pretty optimistic about it going into next season.

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First we need a offense that uses 3-4 WR. effectively

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Put a Jason Witten/Todd Heap type TE out there that is a solid blocker while also being a legitimate receiving threat and I'm fine going into next year with the receivers we have now.

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But also, a WR is usually the EASIEST postion to hit the ground running in.

im trying to think of a way you could be more wrong

maybe if you had said quarterback

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like seriously how do you say this

Normally, year 3 for a WR is the breakout year.

then this

But also, a WR is usually the EASIEST postion to hit the ground running in.

and think "hmm yase this is a good post"

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