NFL Power Rankings: June Edition

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87. <p>Despite having a losing record, these Panthers clawed their way into the postseason, beat the Cardinals and put up a good fight against the defending champion Seahawks in the Divisional Round. Fresh off a big payday, Cam Newton will have major expectations in his fourth season. Expect him to use 6-foot-5 rookie wide receiver Devin Funchess early and often this year as the Panthers continue rebuilding their receiving corps. It will also be interesting to see if veteran cornerback Charles Tillman has anything left in the tank after the Panthers pulled him off the couch this offseason.</p> <p><span style=. NFC South. 2014: 7-8-1. Carolina Panthers. 14. player

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