5 sneaky threats for the Carolina Panthers to worry about vs. NY Jets

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Bryce Hall – CB

Another New York Jets player generating some positive momentum this offseason is Bryce Hall. The cornerback has reportedly come on leaps and bounds from his rookie campaign, meaning he could be in line for a starting role with the organization in 2021.

Hall was a fifth-round pick last spring that took time to settle. The Virginia product played eight games – starting seven – giving up 33 receptions from 44 targets coming his way en route to a modest 59.9 grade from Pro Football Focus.

Not the worst form in the world. And the Jets are clearly keen to see if he can bring his promising offseason production into a competitive environment once again.

He’ll have his hands full at Bank of America Stadium going up against a Carolina Panthers wide receiver room that is stacked with playmakers.

D.J. Moore and Robby Anderson will fancy their chances whenever they’re lined up against Hall. The presence of former LSU star Terrace Marshall Jr. is something else that the corner has to potentially worry about.

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Hall couldn’t have asked for a bigger challenge to start the season. Although much will depend on whether new quarterback Sam Darnold can provide more efficiency distributing the football than Teddy Bridgewater managed to accomplish last time around.