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PFF Projections for Panthers QB and his Top Receivers


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I know there's mixed emotions about PFF here, but here are they're projected passing stats for Darnold and Receiving stats for his receivers. 

Link: https://pantherswire.usatoday.com/gallery/panthers-sam-darnold-pff-fantasy-projections-2021/

 

Sam Darnold

2021 passing projections: 4,311.5 yards, 22.2 touchdowns. 18.8 interception

DJ Moore

2021 receiving projections: 82.7 catches, 1,251.4 yards, 5.8 touchdowns

Robby Anderson

2021 receiving projections: 82.4 catches, 1,006.0 yards, 4.7 touchdowns

Christian McCaffrey

2021 receiving projections: 71.7 catches, 534.3 yards, 2.9 touchdowns

Terrace Marshall Jr.

2021 receiving projections: 40.0 catches, 535.1 yards, 2.7 touchdowns

David Moore

2021 receiving projections: 31.5 catches, 394.3 yards, 2.2 touchdowns

Dan Arnold

2021 receiving projections: 25.3 catches, 352.4 yards, 2.0 touchdowns

Ian Thomas 

2021 receiving projections: 20.2 catches, 170.6 yards, 1.3 touchdowns

Tommy Tremble

2021 receiving projections: 11.6 catches, 126.5 yards, 0.8 touchdowns

Chuba Hubbard

2021 receiving projections: 4.5 catches, 32.6 yards, 0.2 touchdowns

Trenton Cannon

2021 receiving projections: 4.5 catches, 31.4 yards, 0.2 touchdowns

 

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6 minutes ago, CarolinaLivin said:

I know there's mixed emotions about PFF here, but here are they're projected passing stats for Darnold and Receiving stats for his receivers. 

Link: https://pantherswire.usatoday.com/gallery/panthers-sam-darnold-pff-fantasy-projections-2021/

 

 

I'll take it.

I'd prefer fewer ints.  I'd  also take the over for Marshal and Arnold on touchdowns.

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Just now, iamhubby1 said:

Bump up the TDs a bit, like 25+. Cut down the INTs a bit, 13 or so. And Hubby be happy. Hellz, that's PlayOff numbers.

I would like to see close to 30 - 34 Touchdowns. Especially with the lengthened schedule. Picks, 13 sounds good to me. 

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10 minutes ago, Kentucky Panther said:

I would like to see close to 30 - 34 Touchdowns. Especially with the lengthened schedule. Picks, 13 sounds good to me. 

 

10 minutes ago, joemac said:

Yeah I'm predicting ~4300-4500 yards for Sam, 28-35 TDs and 12-16 INTs.  

 

Yeah, I like both of these. I did want to bump his TDS to around 30, but I didn't want to seem to excited. Tempered expectations and all that jazz.

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2 minutes ago, rayzor said:

Low on the TDs and high on the INTs and a little high on the yardage.

30-35 TDs (including rushing) and less than 15 INTs.

 

 

If our D plays as expected. With those numbers we are sniffing the PlayOffs. I tell ya what.

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Sam Darnold 

30+ TD's - We maybe got our franchise guy. Extension/new contract and high praise to Panthers FO

20+ TD's - Shows Progression, gets another year to progress maybe gets an extension 

19 TD's and under - If closer to 19 next year will be a prove it year for Darnold, if TD's are around teddy's 15 or lower we will draft a QB or one will land to us in a trade

 

What do you guys think about this? Any changes?

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