Carolina Panthers: 4 questions facing the offense in 2020

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What are some of the big questions that the Carolina Panthers offense must answer in 2020?

Things look promising for the Carolina Panthers from an offensive standpoint in 2020. The decision-makers made some shrewd additions during free agency. And perhaps the most important acquisition was that of new coordinator Joe Brady.

The progressive young mind comes to the Panthers on the back of leading LSU’s passing attack to the greatest season in college football history. Brady was incredibly creative in the way his weapons were utilized in 2019. And this played a significant part in Joe Burrow emerging from a mid-round prospect to the No. 1 overall pick.

If he can have a similar impact on Carolina’s fortunes, then the sky is the limit. This is an offense that is littered with players that can turn it on at the drop of a hat. And if everything clicks into place right away, then the unit is going to take some stopping in 2020.

There does appear to be some concern regarding their defense. But the Panthers should remain competitive with the weapons at their disposal.

Building chemistry over the next few weeks during training camp is going to be crucial if they want to reach expectations. But the arrival of Brady comes with an enormous sense of intrigue.

Despite these encouraging signs, there are some questions that need to be answered in 2020. Here are the four main points that Carolina must answer in order for them to surprise the experts’ predictions next season.