Carolina Panthers’ Wide Receiver 2021 Dynasty Value
Carolina Panthers’ Wide Receiver
2021 Dynasty Value
The Carolina Panthers drafted Terrace Marshall in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft. He joins D.J. Moore and Robby Anderson in the wide receiver room. A question being asked is whether Terrace Marshall will make an impact in that Carolina offense or if he’ll just be a depth player. Will the connection between Anderson and Darnold pick up where it left off? What does Moore’s role on the team look like? Let’s take a look at what we project to happen to their values in 2021 and beyond so that you can set your dynasty team up for success.
Terrace Marshall Dynasty Profile
Terrace Marshall has struggled with injuries all his life, and that’s been a real concern for some fantasy managers when they’re on the clock in their drafts. According to Todd Karpovich, Marshall had a season-ending lower leg injury in high school that lasted until his freshman year at LSU in 2019 while sustaining a stress fracture on his foot in his sophomore year. His injury history has left many to question whether he’ll be an injury-prone player in the NFL.
D.J. Moore Dynasty Profile
After D.J. Moore’s WR16 finish in the 2019 season, the fantasy community was certain that he’d crack the top-12 wide receivers in 2020. Robby Anderson emerged as a weapon alongside Moore as he finished as the WR19 compared to Moore’s WR23 finish. Bringing Marshall in will only take more targets from Moore as he could move closer to the 100 target mark in 2021 after finishing with 135 last season. The question becomes, will Moore ever finish as a WR1 in fantasy?
Robby Anderson Dynasty Profile
Moore went from 135 targets in 2019 to 118 in 2020, while Robby Anderson saw 136 targets last season. Anderson is reunited with former quarterback Sam Darnold, which should allow him to remain the highest targeted player for the Panthers in 2021. He had a surprisingly hot start to last year as he was the WR6 through six weeks. He came back down to Earth, finishing as the WR19, but Anderson proved he could be a top receiver for his team as he finished with 1,096 yards on 95 receptions.