Reich: Blaming Younger for offensive struggles isn’t the entire story

Panthers quarterback Bryce Younger had one other studying expertise throughout the recreation in opposition to the Saints on Monday evening. Though he didn’t throw any interceptions, he did lose a fumble and struggled to drive the workforce for a landing till the tip of the fourth quarter. The ultimate rating was 20-17, and the Panthers’ lack of massive performs on offense, with Younger’s 26-yard scramble being the most important achieve, hindered their efficiency all through the sport.

After the sport, Panthers head coach Frank Reich acknowledged that Younger is dealing with the stress properly and that the offensive struggles can’t be solely blamed on him. Reich acknowledged Younger’s optimistic contributions, corresponding to his capability to make performs together with his ft, make good choices, and present potential in his throws. He emphasised the collaborative effort wanted for enchancment, stating that everybody, together with coaches and gamers, should work collectively to get higher.

Younger expressed his intention to be taught from his experiences and develop from them. Nevertheless, it could take a while to see the progress ensuing from this progress. General, higher efficiency from the whole workforce would significantly help the rookie quarterback in processing and adapting to the challenges on the sphere every week.

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