Carolina Panthers: 4 bold predictions for offense in 2020

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Here are some bold predictions for the Carolina Panthers on the offensive side of the ball in 2020.

The Carolina Panthers have plenty going for them on offense heading into 2020. They are loaded with playmakers and have a more consistent quarterback under center in the form of free-agent signing Teddy Bridgewater.

Offensive coordinator Joe Brady will be tasked with getting the most out of this talented group. And it would be a big surprise if his high-octane scheme did not result in the Carolina Panthers putting some significant points on the board.

Much will depend on how their revamped offensive line holds up in the face of some stern pressure. But if they can provide some adequate protection then it should allow the difference-makers enough time to make things happen.

With plenty of uncertainty surrounding a new-look defense in Carolina. It is essential that their offensive playmakers produce the goods to give them the best possible chance of succeeding. This will mean staying on the field for long periods and making sure every drive counts against even the toughest opponents.

Not much is expected of the Panthers in terms of a winning record in 2020. So that should allow those on the roster to express themselves without too much pressure on their shoulders.

This situation could change in 2021 during the second year of their rebuild. And how the team fares in the coming months will go a long way to determining how much longer Carolina’s fanbase will have to wait for a potential contender.

Here are four bold predictions surrounding the Panthers’ offense next season.