D.J. Moore had a productive rookie season, where he caught 55 balls on 82 targets for 788 yards and two touchdowns. Not only did he average 14.3 yards per reception last year, but he averaged a whopping 13.2 yards per carry, and he nearly received a rushing attempt per game. In his rookie season, he was able to average nearly three yards of separation, which is right on par with Odell Beckham Jr., Amari Cooper and Travis Kelce . As he continues to mature and develop in the National Football League, he will continue to get better and provide fashionista Cam Newton with ample windows to deliver the football. Not only will Moore get better in his second season, but there’s more opportunities to improve within this offense.

Christian McCaffery dominated the total targets last season, but Moore was the second-most targeted receiver on the team. With Devin Funchess no longer in town, that’s 79 targets from last year that have evacuated the beautiful state of North Carolina. Moore...