Panthers WR Robby Anderson can’t wait until he’s in the playoffs

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Carolina Panthers wideout Robby Anderson just might be one of those cases where he’s the right guy at the wrong time.

The six-year receiver has spent each of those NFL campaigns with, well, less-than-competitive franchises. In addition to his past pair of seasons with Carolina, Anderson suited up for four go-rounds with the New York Jets. Between 2016 and 2021, his teams have combined for a record of 31-66 with zero playoff appearances.

So you can’t blame him for being sick of watching the postseason from his house . . .

Unfortunately, he’s now watching this weekend’s games fresh off his most disappointing year as a pro. In what was a frustrating journey for everyone involved with the Panthers—Anderson posted career-lows in receiving yards (519), yards per reception (9.8) and catch rate (48.2 percent).

Also unfortunately for Anderson, it feels as though his Panthers are a mile and a half away from joining the league’s best in the annual tourney. We feel your pain, Robby.

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