Defense shows improvement, but again comes up short and without a sack

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  • September 20, 2020
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But that didn’t work out. Fournette broke through the line for a 46-yard touchdown that proved to be the dagger.

“Football’s one of those things where you have to watch the film, especially on the big runs, you have to figure out where it hit. It could’ve been my fault — you have no idea until you watch the film,” defensive tackle Zach Kerr said.

While the defense played better, the unit still has a lot of room for improvement, particularly when it comes to pass rush. Through two games, the Panthers have recorded just one quarterback hit. Kerr picked up the stat on Jackson’s interception in the third quarter, hitting Brady as he threw. But the signal-caller had all day to throw in the first half, and though Brady was pressured more in the second, the Panthers finished without a sack for the second

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