CHARLOTTE — The offseason was going to be spent talking about the Panthers quarterback situation anyway.
Now, it will be a topic every day from now until the end of April.
The Panthers pulled starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater in the third quarter of their season-ending 33-7 loss to the Saints after he threw a pair of interceptions in the end zone.
The fact that backup P.J. Walker came in and promptly threw another interception didn’t matter, as Sunday’s performance was the latest in a series of rough outings for Bridgewater coming down the stretch.
With the Panthers picking in the top 10 of the 2021 NFL Draft (the final order won’t be known until after the late game Sunday), there will be plenty of time to speculate about the future.
In the short term, the Panthers’ offense fell flat
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