Curtis Samuel

Curtis Samuel Fantasy

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Height / Weight
5'11" / 195 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
August 11, 1996 (23)
4th Season
2017 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 40 (CAR)
Ohio State

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Curtis Samuel News

Curtis Samuel "Critical" To Panthers' Success

Carolina Panthers wide receiver Curtis Samuel was highly touted by new offensive coordinator, Joe Brady, and believes that the former Buckeye is "going to be critical" to the team's success this season. The 23-year-old had flashes of productivity during the 2019 campaign and led the Panthers' wideout corps with six receiving touchdowns. With Teddy Bridgewater now calling the shots behind center and new head coach Matt Rhule in town, Samuel has a chance to surpass his ADP expectations, making him an ideal selection in the middle rounds of fantasy drafts for the 2020 season.

Jun. 25th • 8:35 AM
Curtis Samuel Critical To Team's Success

Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady said that wide receiver Curtis Samuel "is going to be critical to our success." Brady will be Samuel's fourth offensive coordinator in as many seasons since he was the 40th overall pick in 2017. "I think Curtis is a playmaker. He fits the mold of what we're looking for in this type of offense. A guy that you can utilize all around the field," Brady said. Samuel appeared in all 16 games last year for the first time and improved across the board from 2018, recording 15 more receptions (54) and 133 more receiving yards (626) after seeing 40 more targets (105). He led the team in receiving touchdowns with six. Week-to-week consistency will be key for Samuel as he adjusts to a new quarterback and new system. With Robby Anderson added to the mix and Christian McCaffrey still the touch hog in this offense, Samuel will likely be an inconsistent WR5/flex in deeper formats.

Jun. 19th • 12:44 PM
Curtis Samuel Expected To Produce As No. 2 Receiver

Carolina Panthers wide receiver Curtis Samuel could have his best season to date in 2020. Though he could produce even more than in the past with the stability of new signal-caller Teddy Bridgewater, he isn't expected to surpass the statistical output of D.J. Moore. The speedster out of Ohio State did lead the Panthers with six touchdown receptions in 2019 but was outpaced by Moore in receiving yards and targets by a large margin. He is ranked down in the overall rankings for fantasy drafts this upcoming season. However, he could easily outperform his ADP expectations, especially if Moore or the newly acquired Robby Anderson misses time this upcoming year. Target him as a mid-to-late round flier in all formats, regardless of size.

Jun. 8th • 9:36 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Teddy Bridgewater
P.J. Walker
RB Christian McCaffrey
Reggie Bonnafon
LWR D.J. Moore
Seth Roberts
RWR Curtis Samuel
Brandon Zylstra
SWR Robby Anderson
Pharoh Cooper
TE Ian Thomas
Chris Manhertz
LT Russell Okung
Greg Little
LG John Miller
Branden Bowen
C Matt Paradis
Tyler Larsen
RG Dennis Daley
Michael Schofield III
RT Taylor Moton
Matt Kaskey
LDE Stephen Weatherly
Yetur Gross-Matos
NT Derrick Brown
Woodrow Hamilton
RDE Kawann Short
Chris Smith
LOLB Brian Burns
Jason Ferris
LILB Shaq Thompson
Jermaine Carter
RILB Tahir Whitehead
Andre Smith
ROLB Marquis Haynes
Christian Miller
LCB Donte Jackson
Cole Luke
SS Jeremy Chinn
Juston Burris
FS Tre Boston
Quin Blanding
RCB Eli Apple
Corn Elder
K Joey Slye
Graham Gano