4 biggest Pro Bowl snubs on the Panthers 2020 roster

(Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports) Brian Burns
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D.J. Moore – Carolina Panthers WR

D.J. Moore was probably looking at his Pro Bowl appearance in more hope than expectation. But that doesn’t mean the wide receiver was not deserving of a spot.

Things might have started off slowly for Moore, who suffered some chemistry issues with quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. However, what we’ve seen from the former first-round pick as the season’s gone on is further proof that he is one of the brightest young wideouts anywhere in the league.

Moore managed to get over the 1,000-yard mark for the second straight year at the Packers last weekend, which comes from just 12 starts. He is averaging 81.2 yards-per-game and is set to break his single-season touchdown record with one more score over the last two games.

The Maryland product has formed a prolific tandem with free-agent signing Robby Anderson on the opposite and although there is increasing uncertainty surrounding Bridgewater’s chances of holding on to the starting job long-term, the offense should continue to thrive thanks to players like Moore.

Much will depend on which way the Carolina Panthers go with a potential franchise signal-caller of the future. But it’s hard to look at their weapons on offense and not think this is a fantastic spot for anyone to arrive.