3 reasons Panthers WR group can become NFL’s best in 2021

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How can the Carolina Panthers become the most feared wide receiver group in the NFL during a hugely important 2021 season for the team?

There is a whole heap of talent on the Carolina Panthers heading into the 2021 season. Much will obviously depend on how quarterback Sam Darnold gets on following his trade from the New York Jets, but he couldn’t ask for a more dynamic group of pass-catchers to work with.

Although the Panthers lost Curtis Samuel during free agency when he signed for the Washington Football Team, their offseason moves have more than compensated for this departure.

They have young, athletic, and explosive players everywhere you look.

Providing each of them makes a contribution, there is nothing to suggest Carolina cannot go onto great things next season and beyond.

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Couple this with offensive coordinator Joe Brady’s expected growth in his second year, and it’s hard to envisage a situation where things don’t progress encouragingly with a more structured offseason to prepare for competitive action.

Carolina’s defense has the potential to be special in 2021. If they can put the team in a stronger position to make strides, then it might come down to whether Darnold is good enough to make use of the weapons at his disposal.

With this in mind, here are three reasons why the Panthers’ wide receiver group could be the NFL’s best next season.