Bryce Young and Panthers Offense Struggle in Loss to Derek Carr's Saints 


The No. 1 overall pick, Bryce Young, faced a challenging night during his home debut as the Panthers fell to the Saints 20-17. 

Carolina's offense struggled throughout the game, unable to gain momentum for the second consecutive week. 

Young managed a late touchdown pass to Adam Thielen, but it was too little, too late, with the Saints already securing the win. 

Despite a commendable effort by the Panthers' defense against Derek Carr, the offense couldn't capitalize on numerous opportunities. 

Young and the Panthers have begun the season with back-to-back games with under 300 total yards, a concerning trend for a team aiming for improvement. 

Carolina, once among the NFL's weakest offenses, continues to grapple with offensive issues, casting doubt on their prospects. 

NFL fans expressed disappointment and concern over Young's early struggles and the team's offensive woes on social media. 

While it's early in the season, the Panthers and Bryce Young face a steep learning curve as they work to overcome their offensive challenges and find success in the NFL. 

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