Against the Broncos, it was rushing a play-call before the two-minute warning, and throwing short of the sticks on fourth down.
Against the Packers, he fumbled while trying to reach into the end zone on a first down.
Against the Saints Sunday, it was the pair of interceptions in the end zone, killing scoring chances.
Rhule waved off questions about Bridgewater’s status Sunday night, preferring to focus on the game itself.
That only creates another layer of problems.
The Panthers tied a franchise record with five interceptions, joining a 1995 game in their expansion season, and the two Jake Delhomme nightmare games (in the 2008 playoff loss to the Cardinals and the 2009 opener against the Eagles).
That was the easy-to-see issue, but there were plenty. The Panthers finally looked like a young and short-handed team after
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