The Day After: Teddy Bridgewater shoulders burden for his own play

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  • November 30, 2020
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That was one of several mentions Monday that he needed to be better. The shift in tone was subtle, but it was clear. And it’s not as if Bridgewater hasn’t been out front of the Panthers’ rebuilding efforts this year.

Quarterbacks aren’t required to talk to reporters on Mondays, but he generally has and was the only player available as the Panthers headed into their bye week.

It’s not something every quarterback does, and fair or unfair, there’s a higher burden of responsibility for that position.

After Sunday’s loss, head coach Matt Rhule said the loss fell on the coaching staff, and he expounded on that Monday. He also said that as the Panthers try to create something new, it’s important for every player to own their own mistakes.

“I think it sets a culture of accountability for all of us,”

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