After signing as an unrestricted free agent this offseason, WR Tiquan Underwood has a great opportunity to help the Panthers offense. And with Ted Ginn, Jr. gone, the speedy Underwood has stepped into Carolina's wide receiver competition as a viable deep threat.
Underwood did well with the limited number (46) of targets that he saw in 2013, posting the #10 FP/target in the league (1.48). He's a 4.31 speedster and a good athlete, but hasn't done much in his five seasons in the league. There should be plenty of opportunity in the Carolina offense due to the lack of playmakers in the receiving game. Underwood could be fantasy relevant in 2014 if he sees starter's snaps. At a minimum, Underwood has a good chance to be this year's Ted Ginn, who was the #53 WR in standard formats.