Let the debates begin:
Kalil could have had either 2013 or 2015, we went with 2015 because of the Super Bowl appearance. Frank Garcia had several good seasons, even being selected to Dr. Z's All-Pro team, but we went with 1999 due to
Only two guards for the Panthers have been Pro Bowlers. After that, we went Vincent for being a starter on the 2008 team that helped DeAngelo Williams rush for 18 touchdowns. Jordan Gross is the only All-Pro in franchise history at tackle, after that, it's solid play, but not stellar.
Wesley Walls's touchdown total puts him up on Olsen's great season in 2015. Howard Griffith was a great lead blocker wherever he played, had a slight edge over Tolbert.
For wide receivers, both numbers and honors dictated the selections, as well as for the slot receiver.
Williams's 18 TDs in 2008 sealed that and Stephen Davis was key to the Panthers Super Bowl run in 2003.
, who could it be? Hmmm was among the best in NFL history, he will be one of very few that were All-Pro, MVP, and won a Super Bowl if he completes his mission next Sunday in Santa Clara. Cam Newton's 2015 season numbers propel him past Delhomme and others. Beuerlein's
Kragen still has the most tackles in a single season by a Panther defensive tackle. He was a nose in a 3-4 and Lotulelei is a nose in a 4-3.
Mark Fields is an honorable mention for his 2002 season when he had 101 tackles and 7.5 sacks, 7 passes defensed, one pick and 10 run/pass stuffs.
Decent corner seasons, too, with Josh Norman in the DPOY conversation until late in the season in 2015. Had to really look to fill out the
of safeties. Chris Harris had 97 tackles and forced 8 fumbles in 2007, a rare achievement with his forced fumbles total. He and Charles Godfrey (with his five picks in 2010) get honorable mentions. roster