4 key observations from Panthers 2022 training camp practice Day 11

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Impressive day for Carolina Panthers’ offense

It’s been a camp full of successes on either side of the football. On Tuesday, it was the offense’s turn to shine during an extremely productive session from the group led by Ben McAdoo.

Almost every quarterback came away with notable highlights. Sam Darnold and Baker Mayfield took the brunt of snaps once again amid their ongoing battle for supremacy, but rookie Matt Corral also flashed his impressive arm strength and ultra-fast release when called upon, too.

The Carolina Panthers asked a lot of the first and second-string offense during their final practice. But they rose to the occasion in no uncertain terms, much to the delight of head coach Matt Rhule.

"“The level of communication on defense down there, you have to pass things off quickly, and that has to improve. I liked some of the creativity we had on offense, putting the defense in a conflict. Those periods are particularly important to me. So when you feel good about our ability to score, it makes those decisions easier. It was a good first time doing that.”"

This is all very encouraging. Although there will be far sterner tests to come beginning next week during joint practices with the New England Patriots.

However, there is now real hope that the Panthers can start producing more consistency on offense after so much turmoil since Rhule took charge. Something fans have been craving for a long time.