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Poll: Carolina Panthers Leading Rusher for 2014


Happy Friday Panther Fans!

Today’s poll is brought along by the recent news that Jonathan Stewart feels as healthy as he has been in years.  We know DeAngelo, the other half to “Double Trouble” is looking to bounce back from a mediocre-at-best 2013 campaign.  Lots of dough tied up in these two players, but the Panthers are truly a better team when they are clicking on all cylinders.

Mike Tolbert has never been confused with anyone winning a rushing title due to him being more of a FB than RB, but he is still a favorite target out of the backfield for Cam to give the rock to.

The two young bloods on the roster looking to etch their respective names in the Panthers backfield totem pole are Kenjon Barner and Tyler Gaffney.

Barner is entering his sophomore season with expectations of having an increased role.  He has electric speed and home-run hitting capabilities, but will need to make more of an impact when given the ball.  Gaffney is the rookie sixth-round pick out of Stanford and brings a different element to our backfield.  He is very reminiscent of Stephen Davis with his bruising high-running style.

So Cat Crave Nation – what’s your take?  Make your selection and see how you fare against other Panther fans.

Who Will Be Carolina Panthers Leading Rusher in 2014?

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  • ahrcshaw

    My prediction is Williams, but I will also predict “Double Trouble’s” return. With the use of two TE’s, on a blocking TE and a blocking FB and a big WR corp, this will limit the use of box 8 and open the running lanes. Go Panthers.

  • Bryan Palmese

    Good selection. I def can see Williams having a resurgence with the new look offense.