4 reasons the Panthers will be better in 2020 than last season
Carolina Panthers Reason No. 3: Joe Brady’s offense
The appointment of Joe Brady as the Carolina Panthers’ new offensive coordinator cannot be overstated. He is a progressive young mind who arrives with the organization riding on the crest of a wave.
Brady was the mastermind behind LSU’s historic passing attack in 2019. This propelled them to a National Championship in convincing fashion. And it also saw quarterback Joe Burrow emerge from a mid-round afterthought to the consensus No. 1 overall pick in 2020.
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This leaves plenty of cause for optimism regarding the Panthers’ chances of putting up some considerable numbers on offense during the upcoming campaign. Their weapons are among the NFL’s best. And Brady’s previous relationship with Teddy Bridgewater during their time together with the New Orleans Saints is another thing that might see them hit the ground running.
While there are some concerns surrounding the offensive line. If they can hold up their end of the bargain, then great things will be in Carolina’s future with Brady calling plays.
The new arrival also has the benefit of the league’s best dual-threat running back to call upon in Christian McCaffrey. And the embarrassment of riches at wide receiver include D.J. Moore, Robby Anderson, and Curtis Samuel.
Everything is in place for Brady to revolutionize this offense. And this is going to keep them more than competitive if everything clicks into place right away.