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By: Walker Clement

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The Panthers left the draft with many weaknesses, which one is their biggest?

It’s that wonderful time of the year where, after the draft, we have a ton of new information about every team and very little idea how all of that information is going to actually affect any given team. But that’s not going to stop anyone from filling the May-July content void with power rankings, roster rankings, and really ranking anything related to an NFL team.

The ignominy of having traded away the first overall pick in the 2024 NFL draft before they even earned it is a stink that is going to stay with the Carolina Panthers for a long time. Or, at least for as long as it takes the team to start winning again. So, a very long time.

That means that any ranking you look at will have the Panthers at either 32 or 31. Somebody may buy into a new offensive line and Dave Canales’ affect on Bryce Young, but they haven’t yet. Seriously, take your pick. Bleacher Report, ESPN, even the heavily data-based Sharp Football aren’t giving the Panthers a chance.

As Panthers fans, we all know that our roster is rough. We don’t need national pundits to give us a two-minute digest of flaws with whose nuances we are well acquainted.

With that in mind, this week we want to ask you not if the Panthers have a weak roster, but just which position group on that roster is the weakest. Let us know what you think and, while you’re at it, follow the ESPN link a few paragraphs back and peep Yetur Gross-Matos getting name checked in their analysis of the number two ranked team.

Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NFL. Throughout the year we ask questions of the most plugged-in Carolina Panthers fans and fans across the country. Sign up here to participate in the weekly emailed surveys.

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