3 areas that Panthers WR Robby Anderson must improve in 2022
By Dean Jones
Which areas must Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson improve in order to get back to the form of old during the 2022 season?
After Robby Anderson took the Carolina Panthers by storm during his first season with the franchise, things tailed off considerably for the wide receiver in 2021. This was a major disappointment made even worse by the fact he was given a lucrative contract extension before competitive action began.
Anderson cut a frustrated figure throughout the campaign. Individual errors blighted his early efforts and a lack of chemistry with Sam Darnold resulted in one or two public outbursts from the former Temple star on the sidelines.
Once again, Anderson was the subject of trade speculation this offseason. The New England Patriots reportedly inquired about the wideout’s availability before the Panthers eventually decided to restructure his deal to end talk of the player being moved on.
According to the player himself, there will be a new look to Anderson next season. The player will be moving to No. 3 from No. 11, which coincidentally was also worn by former Panthers quarterback Derek Anderson once upon a time.
This is a monumentally important upcoming campaign for Anderson. Any further regression will likely see Carolina trade or even release the veteran as a result.
With this in mind, here are three areas that Anderson must improve to get back on track in 2022.