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Interesting take on the Panthers WRs

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Samuel is entering his bloom stage, Hogan is a seasoned vet and Moore is what he is, a 2nd year player just entering his 2nd camp.

Do I want Moore to be Smitty2.0 sure, but even Steve took a little time.

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Moore was impressive last year in the second half of the season when he started getting regular reps in games.  Happy to hear Hogan has been doing well, but no way he has a better year than Moore.  

It will be interesting to see who has more yards at the end of the year . . . Samuel or Moore.  My vote is Samuel but it wouldn't surprise me if Moore had a better year.  

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21 minutes ago, BrianS said:

It's super nice to be able to have a debate about which NFL caliber receiver on our roster is going to out produce the other.  So happy to have all of them here tbh.

You don't miss the likes of Legadu Name and Armanti Edwards getting vital playing time?

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1 hour ago, ncfan said:

Its not always about athletics 

If you can get open 

 

Hogan got dubbed the nickname 

7-11 from former teammates for always being open

https://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2017/2/5/14441440/patriots-chris-hogan-7-11-nickname-reggie-bush

 

Think his only issues have been are injuries 

Not trying to poo on hogan. I was ecstatic when we signed him. He’s a baller and makes plays that win games. 

 

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10 minutes ago, Rags said:

You don't miss the likes of Legadu Name and Armanti Edwards getting vital playing time?

LEGATRON!  

I still remember the OL fugging up that sweet Legatron pass to Cam.  Should of been a TD

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Maybe Moore doesn't do as well in the heat. Once the temps come down a bit, he takes off. Might explain his late start (but boy, when he saw the field he owned it) last season and his being behind Hogan at the moment.

Some guys are just like that.

Maybe he's just still working off the new. Either way, he'll make it big. You can just tell by watching him.

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2 hours ago, ncfan said:

This guy has been at every camp tweeting, recording highlights, and doing some analyzing 

 

He had a interesting take on the WR depth chart today

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

That's not a depth chart, it's a WR ranking based on practice (come on man, practice?)

For real though, Moore's damage comes in situations practice can't replicate. By October, I expect the pecking order to be CMC, Olsen, Moore, Samuel, Hogan/Wright. 

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1 hour ago, L-TownCat said:

Samuel is entering his bloom stage, Hogan is a seasoned vet and Moore is what he is, a 2nd year player just entering his 2nd camp.

Do I want Moore to be Smitty2.0 sure, but even Steve took a little time.

Moore is already Smitty 2.0. 

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Last time I looked every one of these players are wearing the same uniform. TBH I could care less who leads the pack as long as we win.

If based off of production, a seasoned veteran is slotted ahead of a player coming off his rookie year angers you, you have issues.

I am happier that we are having to cut a decent receiver in two weeks instead of which no name makes the team. 

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2 hours ago, CPcavedweller said:

Moore is already Smitty 2.0. 

Not sure how a 2nd year guy is already a HOF'er but I like the bravado.

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Honestly I don't care who catches it so long as they do and they hang on. 

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9 hours ago, micnificent28 said:

Whata strange is how little we have heard of Wright who has been virtually mr reliable. I haven't seen many if any tweets about his camp. Samuel has always been my projected number 1. Seems to work harder at his craft at this point. You could see it with the purchase of the jugs machine, and all the work he put in in route running.

I don't remember hearing a lot about wright last preseason either, but he showed up on game day.

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8 hours ago, Rags said:

You don't miss the likes of Legadu Name and Armanti Edwards getting vital playing time?

Or Kaelin Clay and/or Brentin Bersin.

And that's not even mentioning 2 undrafted guys in Dameire Byrd and Philly Brown that Cam helped to turn into respectable receivers.

Or Ted Ginn Jr. who finally started looking like a legit NFL receiver when he played with Cam.

Our expectations of what a NFL WR Corp should look like have been so low for so long, we have almost forgot that many teams take a depth chart like the one we finally have this year for granted.

 

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