3 reasons the Panthers should be all-in on Dak Prescott in 2021

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Carolina Panthers Reason No. 3: Dak Prescott’s potential in Joe Brady’s offense

Dak Prescott threw for 4,902 yards and 30 touchdowns last season with Kellen Moore calling plays. If the Carolina Panthers decided to go in this direction, then the prospect of the quarterback working with offensive coordinator Joe Brady is mouth-watering.

Brady is coming off a historic season with LSU on their way to a National Championship. He has worked with Teddy Bridgewater before during their time with the New Orleans Saints. But there is just no telling how the signal-caller is going to cope with a full starting season for the first time since 2015.

Everything is in place for Bridgewater to succeed providing he gets the necessary protection to go through his progressions. In the event things do not go according to plan, Prescott could be the guy to get the Panthers’ over the hump and turn them into Super Bowl contenders in the not-too-distant future.

He would be utilizing some imposing offensive weapons that include Robby Anderson, D.J. Moore, Christian McCaffrey, and Curtis Samuel. This would be a bombshell move and a significant statement of intent from Carolina. And they do have the salary-cap space available to make it happen should he become available.

Brady is regarded as one of the brightest young offensive minds in football. This is something that could propel Prescott not only to the postseason. But it could also find the player reach superstar level.

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