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NFL Week 6 FOX Carolina Panthers @ Washington Redskins Preview

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If they are going to beat this Carolina defense, however, one of the receivers on the team is going to need to step up.
Ioannidis getting to the quarterback In a league where passing is becoming more and more prominent, a team cannot have enough pass-rushers.
His ability to disrupt the pocket as an interior defensive lineman is a serious help to the Redskins somewhat struggling secondary.
In the last few years, though, Norman has been deviating from his prominence as one of the best.
McCaffrey the reliable pass-catcher In his second year, Christian McCaffrey has shown to be a reliable receiver at the running back position.
Picking up right where he left off in 2017, McCaffrey has generated a 103.2 passer rating when targeted.
Moore to fill a void at the receiver position and in his limited opportunities, Moore has been impressive.
Short dominating the run Kawann Short has been a dominant force in the run game for the Panthers.

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Beyond providing data for all 32 NFL teams, PFF also supports network broadcasters with game-preview packets that are used to enhance the in-game experience for fans and viewers. This Panthers-Redskins preview features the same information our broadcast partners use for team research and in-game production.

Wide receivers need to step up

At 2-2, the Washington Redskins are looking to rebound this week against the Panthers after a tough loss at New Orleans. If they are going to beat this Carolina defense, however, one of the receivers on the team is going to need to step up. Through four games, the group is averaging just 2.68 yards per route run, which ranks 30th among offenses.

Adrian Peterson finding success as a receiver

At 33-years-old, Adrian Peterson continues to amaze with what he is able to accomplish on the football field. This season, he has managed to excel at an area of his game that, throughout his career, he was never known for.

Ioannidis getting to the quarterback

In a league where passing is becoming more and more prominent, a team cannot have enough pass-rushers. That is what makes Matt Ioannidis so valuable. His ability to disrupt the pocket as an interior…

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