Matt Corral must create chemistry with teammates
When a rookie quarterback enters the NFL, one of the most important things is creating chemistry with his new teammates. Matt Corral spent his 2021 season throwing to Dontario Drummond, Braylon Sanders, Jerrion Ealy, and Jonathan Mingo – individuals he has been with since arriving in Oxford, Mississippi.
Now, he is taking on the next level with a completely different group of skill position players to throw to.
The Carolina Panthers have some talent in this area of the field. They feature players such as D.J. Moore, Robbie Anderson, Christian McCaffrey, Terrace Marshall Jr., and Ian Thomas.
For a rookie signal-caller, this is an ideal group to connect with early during OTAs and minicamp.
When it comes to first-year quarterbacks in the NFL, the on-field and off-field bonding with fellow roster members at both the skill positions and the offensive line is very important.
Corral’s goal this summer and throughout the season is to create good timing and anticipation with his receivers, tight ends, and running backs in the passing game. This can help him during certain in-game situations such as third and long, fourth down, the red zone, and goal-to-go.
If Corral can create good chemistry with his fellow offensive playmakers and linemen, he will be on the right track going into 2023.