Pat Welter and Chris Lea converse about the Panthers’ defeat against the Saints with a score of 28-6 on Sunday.
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Let’s take a closer look at the Carolina Panthers’ 28 to 6 loss to the New Orleans Saints. According to WRAL’s Chris Lee, the Panthers struggled with quarterback Bryce Young’s development. Despite running the ball well, Young missed a lot of throws and was often scrambling and running for his life due to a dysfunctional team dynamic. Lee believes it’s difficult to evaluate Young’s performance with all the issues surrounding him, such as a bad scheme, poor play calling, and receivers who struggle to get open and catch the ball. Lee also references an article from The Athletic, which highlights the “hunger games culture” within the Panthers organization, with coaches from different backgrounds and philosophies not meshing well. This dysfunction is reflected on the field and may have contributed to Young’s struggles. Lee hopes that the next head coach can clean up the culture and create a better environment for the team to succeed. The Panthers have a few games left in the season to try and improve, starting with a home game against the Atlanta Falcons next week.