Carolina Panthers: Predicting team leaders in statistics for 2019

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CHARLOTTE, NC – OCTOBER 28: A view of a Carolina Panthers helmet during warm ups against the Baltimore Ravens at Bank of America Stadium on October 28, 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images) /

The Carolina Panthers have a ton of talent.

The Carolina Panthers should be able to bounce back in 2019. After a 7-9 record, the bar is certainly not set too high. Frankly, they have playmakers on both sides of the football that should allow them to be competitive in what is a tight NFC South. They have no margin for error as one or two losses could be the difference between a wildcard berth and sitting at the top of the standings. Especially just in the division alone, Carolina needs to make sure they take care of business. That’s something they did not do last year, and it came back to bite them.

This is a veteran team with the capability to succeed. After all, they went 11-5 in 2017 and managed to put the rest of the league on notice. That is what made last season so disappointing. They had all the tools to succeed, and yet they just could not get it done. However, dwelling on the past is not going to do any good. What matters is right now, and right now,  the team has a roster that can compete with the best in the National Football League.

Without further ado, I take a look at projected statistical leaders for the Carolina Panthers.