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Is Denzel Perryman the Carolina Panthers’ most underrated player?


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Carolina Panthers: Is Denzel Perryman the team's most underrated player? (catcrave.com)

The most underrated player on all 32 NFL teams | NFL News, Rankings and Statistics | PFF


If he were playing 10 years ago, Denzel Perryman would be a celebrated force at linebacker, but his downhill-thumping style is not what the modern game calls for most of the time. Perryman is coming off a career year with an overall PFF grade of 83.3, and he even saw his coverage improve after allowing a career-low 5.3 yards per reception.


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12 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

It's Haason Reddick by a landslide. We have a guy on the roster who had 12.5 sacks last season - literally the 4th most sacks in the NFL last season - and virtually no one is talking about him. Wild.

Him, Burns and a healthy YGM are going to wreck teams this year.  We should be near the top of the league in sacks.

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D.J. Moore is the Carolina Panthers’ most underrated player. Back-to-back 1000-yard seasons with Kyle Allen and Teddy Bridgewater as his main passers, and yet NFL media don’t consider him a top-30 WR and half the fanbase thinks he’s not even a WR2. 

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