Anderson finished as the No. 23 receiver (half-PPR) in his first season with the Panthers, drawing a career- and team-high 136 targets from Teddy Bridgewater. Now he’s being reunited with his old quarterback, Sam Darnold, his teammate for three years in New York. In the 24 games from 2018-19 that Anderson played with Darnold, he averaged 3.5 catches for 56 yards and 0.46 touchdowns, which are solid WR3 numbers. It’s a new team and a new scheme, but Anderson’s familiarity with Darnold should help. Some are worried about the team’s transition from Bridgewater to Darnold, but Bridgewater’s numbers (3,733 yards, 15 touchdowns) were nothing Darnold can’t replicate or improve upon.