CHARLOTTE – Imagine you’re Matt Rhule and you’re just trying to get a good night’s sleep. Think about how many things could keep you up at night.
First, you’ve got your family, including three children. Then there’s your job, which requires you to manage more than 100 players and staff in a pandemic as a first-time NFL head coach while also trying to win with the league’s highest roster turnover.
So, yeah, plenty of that could cause insomnia. But right now, one specific factor making Rhule stare at the ceiling is the Panthers’ lack of production in the third quarter.
“If you get a text from me at 2:30 in the morning, it’s because I’m up thinking about that, how to improve it,” he admitted this week.
Carolina’s third-quarter stats aren’t necessarily nightmarish, but they certainly don’t match the rest of
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