the panthers maybe haven't done a lot to drop as many wide receivers around cam as possible but you're just being a hard headed idealogue if you look at a 1000 yard first round rookie receiver and make up a bunch of excuses for why it doesn't count
edit: the pro bowl tight end on this team seemingly doesn't come up in these discussions much either
just a heads up but this site is going to hate you when you don't double dip at wideout in the first two rounds. also i know you don't give a hot poo what a bunch of armchair GMs who don't have to write million-plus dollar checks think but this is more of a rhetorical exercise and whatnot
Kyle Love will not be on the final 53 man. Quit spending all your time trying to convince a bunch of other
"camfancomelate-lies" that the FO is just gonna up and build this high flying offense around one guy.
For your info, Carolina has always been and will be(for immediate future) a defensive minded team
they need to adjust their expectations or find another team if they think rivera and gettleman are going to tool this team into the mid 2000s colts.
the "weapons" comparison gets on my nerves because seattle runs a shanahan style west coast offense in the general sense. that's a system that leans on a strong rush attack and doesn't need an elite vertical threat to be successful. a wide receiver who can't read coverages and would struggle with the plethora of option routes in that system would hurt a lot worse than one who can do all those things but isn't a freak athlete. meanwhile here in charlotte we had mike shula trying to run a coryell type system with byron bell at left tackle and jerricho cotchery and kelvin benjamin split out wide.
plus wilson is the absolute undisputed king of horseshit when it comes to 50/50 balls and ducks lobbed into triple coverage so there's that