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Where We Stand: Receiving *UPDATED* 4/10

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WR's on our roster as of today caught: 108 Passes for 1489 Yards and 16 TD's

 

Jerricho Cotchery, 46 rec, 602 yds, 10 TD, 13.1 Y/R

Tiquan Underwood, 24 rec, 440 yds, 4 TD, 18.3 Y/R

Jason Avant, 38 rec, 447 yds, 2 TD, 11.8 Y/R

 

TE's and RB's caught: 162 passes for 1674 and 10 TD's

 

Greg Olsen 73 rec, 816 yds, 6 TD, 11.2 Y/R

DeAngelo Williams, 36 rec, 333 yds, 1 TD, 12.8 Y/R

Ed Dickson, 25 rec, 273 yds, 1 TD, 10.9 Y/R

Mike Tolbert, 32 rec, 184 yds, 2 TD, 6.8 Y/R

Jonathan Stewart, 7 rec, 44 yds, 0 TD, 6.3 Y/R

Richie Brockel, 1 rec, 12 yds, 0 TD 12.0 Y/R

Kenjon Barner, 2 rec, 7 yds, 0 TD, 3.5 Y/R

Mike McNeill 1 rec, 5 yds, 0 TD, 5.0 Y/R

 

That totals: 3163 Yards

Last season Newton had : 3379 Yards

 

Factoring in the fact none of the WR's on our roster played for Ham Cam Newton last year you can probably bump that number up by 4-500 yards. In reality we are another WR like Avant or Underwood and a 1st/2nd Round WR in the draft from having a better receiving core than last year.

 

 

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I wouldn't be surprised if not all of the three FAs signed make the final roster.

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Wouldn't be surprised to see another TE signed or one drafted in the first 5 rounds to fill the void.

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In before the same people bitch about the same thing they bitched about in the threads about Avant this morning.

I don't see why people are upset.

 

Avant isn't a big time WR but he is one of the better slot WR's in the NFL playing. He played behind DeSean Jackson for years and I could see Newton milking a slot WR like Avant for all their worth.

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I'm down for the double-dip in the 1st and 3rd then just rolling with Rookie, Cotchery, Rookie, Avant, Underwood, King/McNutt/Pilares/Bersin/Webb

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I'm down for the double-dip in the 1st and 3rd then just rolling with Rookie, Cotchery, Rookie, Avant, Underwood, King/McNutt/Pilares/Bersin/Webb

Everyone keeps putting Underwood low on their list. I don't know if I'm expecting more than I should from him or what. I've wanted him for about 6 months now. I feel like he could have a break out season here.

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Everyone keeps putting Underwood low on their list. I don't know if I'm expecting more than I should from him or what. I've wanted him for about 6 months now. I feel like he could have a break out season here.

I just think if we draft two wide receivers it will be hard for him to see the field other than backing up Avant as the slot receiver.

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I see us adding a WR and TE in the draft. Afterwards, our receiving core is instantly better than last years.

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I wouldn't be surprised if not all of the three FAs signed make the final roster.

Who exactly is gonna make it over them?
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Everyone keeps putting Underwood low on their list. I don't know if I'm expecting more than I should from him or what. I've wanted him for about 6 months now. I feel like he could have a break out season here.

Hard to take a guy seriously with hair like that.

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