The Case for Josh Norman

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The Case for Josh Norman
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Josh Norman was drafted last year as a 5th round pick out of Costal Carolina University. As a rookie Norman proved that he can be pivotal player for Carolina's secondary. He showed he can disrupt passing routes as well as throwing off the entire play itself. Though his hands are not exactly up to the caliber of the rest of the Carolina Panthers Cornerbacks, he ended his rookie year with one interception with twelve starts out of the sixteen games he played. Compared to new pickups, Drayton Florence, who also had one interception, but started three games out of eight in which he played in, and D.J. Moore, who had two interceptions with two starts in the thirteen games in which he played in. So compared to the two newest Panther Corners, his stats don't really compare, and both Moore and Florence where regulated to the bench for most of the season.

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