Carolina Panthers: Starting the decade with some encouragement

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CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA – DECEMBER 15: Carolina Panthers helmets are seen prior to the game against Seattle Seahawks at Bank of America Stadium on December 15, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

Time to begin the decade with some encouragement for the Carolina Panthers.

It’s finally over. An embarrassing home loss to the Saints marks the end of a historically underwhelming season, a second consecutive losing season, and the last game of the decade. After it’s all said and done you just can’t help but wonder: what the heck happened to the Carolina Panthers?

What happened to the Enforcer? Or Action Jackson? Or the entire offensive and defensive lines? And will the brass make an effort to get all of their free agents back?

Two months ago it seemed like the Panthers had their next franchise quarterback ready to take command. Now there are billboards asking for the actual franchise quarterback to return.

Nevertheless, after investing so much in the defensive line, returning so much defensive backfield talent, and having a legendary offensive player the Panthers didn’t have a whole lot of excuses. Next season there will be even fewer reasons.

Actually, there will be a whole lot of reasons why the Panthers won’t have any excuses for the next few years. It’ll be a fresh start with a new head coach looking to make a positive impact, and that person will have a lot of fun with all of his new toys.

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