2010 NFL Fantasy Football Team Analysis: Carolina Panthers

June 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In 2009, the Carolina Panthers experienced a multitude of ups and downs that vicariously affected the fantasy world in a similar fashion.
Jake Delhomme’s penchant for turnovers, Thomas Davis’s Pro Bowl-type year coming to a screeching halt, thanks to a torn ACL, and Steve Smith’s failure to reach 1,000 yards were all part of the dark side of the Panthers’ 2009 season—a dark side that left many fantasy owners taking a lot of Tylenol on Monday mornings.
But the upside was also apparent: a bruising ground game that accounted for over 2,500 all-purpose yards and 20 all-purpose TDs; a bright, young, rising star who took over the helm and led the team to four out of five victories and a small glimpse into the promise of a brighter future—a future most fantasy owners will hopefully be a part of in 2010.
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