Projections for top Panthers players on offense at midseason point

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Projecting numbers on offense for Carolina Panthers players at the midseason point.

The Carolina Panthers have been up and down during the 2020 season so far, to put it mildly. They are now on a three-game losing run that isn’t likely to subside anytime soon, which has completely halted momentum from their winning streak that saw them with a 3-2 record once upon a time.

Head coach Matt Rhule can take plenty of positives from their opening eight contests. They have more than held their own against teams with a strong chance of making deep postseason runs down the line and things might look even more promising had they came out on top in close games.

It’s easy to forget this is still a relatively inexperienced roster that is going to get better as it goes along. You probably won’t see the best of this core group until 2021 and this is on the provision COVID-19 health concerns have decreased enough for the NFL to have a more structured offseason program.

With games upcoming at the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, it’s imperative that the Panthers dynamic offensive weapons continue to showcase their talents in pursuit of gaining some semblance of respectability from the season.

We took a look at Carolina’s top playmakers and projected their final season stats at the midway stage.