5 Panthers players on course for the Pro Bowl through Week 4

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Which members of the Carolina Panthers could be in line for a Pro Bowl appearance this season through the first four weeks of the campaign?

It has been a season full of ups and downs for the Carolina Panthers through four weeks. They got off to a rough opening with two straight defeats to extend their losing steak to ten games dating back to the previous campaign. But they have turned things around superbly well with a pair of exceptional victories against playoff hopefuls to get themselves back on an even keel.

This represents a solid start from the Carolina Panthers. Substantial changes were made from top-to-bottom this offseason in a bid to get themselves back to relevance and if things continue to trend on an upward curve then their new-look roster and coaching staff might emerge from the 2020 season with a promising final record to show for their efforts.

There is a lot of football still to be played. But the Panthers are showing progression with every passing game and they seem to be coming together quicker than anticipated, which can only mean good things going forward.

Head coach Matt Rhule came into this situation with his eyes wide open. He was fully aware of the task awaiting him and a staff that hadn’t called an NFL game before Week 1.

However, it’s evident that Carolina’s roster is fully on-board with what the former Baylor man is trying to achieve. When one considers the distinct lack of preparation time before the season began, then this opening to the campaign cannot be seen as anything more than highly encouraging.

Some players have really come of age through the first quarter of the season. Let’s take a look at four such individuals who could be on course for the Pro Bowl if they continue to perform well.