Panthers' identity was stolen by the Steelers' defense in a 24-16 loss
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On Sunday, the Pittsburgh Steelers stole that identity. D'Onta Foreman, who has been the primary back, was only able to gain 9 yards on 10 carries.
The quarterback who was selected with the No. 3 pick in the 2018 draft occasionally made some nice passes, going 6 of 7 for 92 yards on ...
...Carolina's lone touchdown drive, which ended with a 5-yard pass to wide receiver DJ. However, the good plays were few and far between.
Steve Wilks, the interim coach for the Panthers, stated that we were unable to build any momentum on the offensive side of the ball.
didn't develop the run game at all. We need to improve our protection and give Sam a chance to move through his progressions to get down the field.
The Panthers were trailing 21-7 when the Steelers started the second half with a 21-play, 91-yard touchdown drive that consumed 11:43 of the clock. This was a difficult situation for a team that prefers to run the ball.
The Panthers lack the ability to quickly score by passing due to the makeup of their roster and uncertainty at the quarterback position.
We focused on stopping the run because we were aware of their strong running attack, according to Steelers linebacker Alex Highsmith.
We haven't been ourselves for the past couple of weeks, but it all started with a great practice week—truly, it was one ...
...of our best practice weeks in a while. On the first drive of the game, that drive set the tone for the entire game.
The other quarterback choice is Walker.
They effectively halted our running game and applied pressure, according to Darnold.
Darnold asserted that despite today's performance, we are a better team.
We have to flush it out quickly because we have a short week and a game on Saturday. We must watch the tape tomorrow. After that, we'll watch ...
...some film of the players we have. Today was a tough one with a lot to learn, but we also have a short week and a game on Saturday.