Carolina Panthers RB Roles
Team: Carolina Panthers
Last Update: 1/2/2023
Role Security: Medium
01/02/2023 D'Onta Foreman leads the backfield in touches while playing about 40% of the snaps. When games are competitive, he's seeing over 20 carries per game and some of the red-zone work, but when the Panthers trail, he'll see closer to 10 touches. Hubbard plays about half of the snaps and he's averaging eight touches per game since Week 15. When the team trails, Hubbard is the hurry-up back and will lead in snap share during those games. Raheem Blackshear sees work in a change-of -pace capacity but doesn't see more than 22% of the snaps in any game. In the red-zone, Foreman handles 49% of the work to Hubbard's 16%.
01/02/2023 DJ Moore plays almost every snap and is averaging eight targets since Week 15. Terrace Marshall plays about 90% of the snaps but averaging three targets since Sam Darnold took over at QB in Week 12. No. 3 WR, Shi Smith is plays slightly more than half of the snaps, seeing between 2-4 targets since Week 15. Laviska Shenault is averaging two targets per game since Week 12 on less than 40% of the snaps, and he occasionally gets rushing attempts.
01/02/2023 Tommy Tremble and Ian Thomas have taken turns leading the TEs in snaps. Since Week 7, Tremble and Thomas are averaging about two targets per game.