Which members of the Carolina Panthers might become liabilities for the team in 2020?
We are now getting down to crunch time for the Carolina Panthers. Training camp is almost at an end as head coach Matt Rhule and other decision-makers get set to make their final cuts. And what outcomes they get from the next few days will go a long way to determining just what sort of success they will be able to generate in 2020.
Having such as disrupted preseason was far from ideal for the Carolina Panthers. They are working with a revamped roster and a coaching staff that has little experience coaching in an NFL environment. This is a large reason why expectations are low, and experts’ predictions give them absolutely no chance of making a playoff push.
This is something the Panthers can use as additional motivation. But with no preseason games to get a good look at this roster, it is hard to gauge just how they are going to fare in the face of stern competition on the schedule.
Some positions on the roster look stronger than others. Football might be a team game, but if certain individuals do not live up to their end of the bargain then it is going to be a long season in Carolina.
Things might get worse before they get better. Carolina’s loyal fanbase should keep that in mind when the team inevitably goes through its fair share of growing pains during the upcoming campaign.
Here are four Panthers who might become liabilities for the organization if they fail to meet expectations.