Carolina Panthers: Taking a deeper look at WR potential in 2020

(Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images) D.J. Moore
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(Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images) D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel /

The Carolina Panthers lost some key players this offseason, but they appear to have plenty of weapons at wide receiver in 2020.

For the last decade, the Carolina Panthers have gone as far as Cam Newton could take them. That will no longer be the case now that he is no longer around and has taken his talents to the New England Patriots.

The Carolina Panthers were prepared to move on from Newton. They signed Teddy Bridgewater to a three-year deal before they decided to release the 2015 NFL MVP. And the new No. 1 played great in the five games he started for the New Orleans Saints.

On top of signing Bridgewater, the Panthers added Robby Anderson and Seth Roberts to the already talented receiving core. Their defense may not be top tier. But Carolina’s offensive skill positions are at the top of the league.

The Panthers still have All-Pro running back Christian McCaffrey who signed a well-deserved extension this offseason. They lost Greg Olsen who is now a member of the Seattle Seahawks. But Ian Thomas is ready to take over the duties of starting tight end and he has shown signs that he can be a quality player.

The most exciting position for the Panthers this season is at wide receiver. With D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel ready to have breakout seasons and the front office adding some great weapons for Bridgewater, this position will be a must-watch for all fans. If you aren’t excited about Carolina’s aerial attack in 2020, here’s why you should be.