In order to draft Alabama quarterback Bryce Young with the first overall pick, the Carolina Panthers made a significant exchange.
He was deserving of being selected first and might become a star for Carolina.
However, the Panthers must set him up for success.
That entails providing him with capable receivers for his passes as well as a potent offensive line to shield him.
The Panthers would be wise to get Young on the field as soon as possible.
Pro Football Talk claims that the Panthers have no timetable for using their top choice.
The Panthers have “no timeline” for playing Bryce Young. Until he’s ready, Andy Dalton is once again “QB1.” https://t.co/ka4t8q24Tg
ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) May 5, 2023
It is absurd that the Panthers selected him first overall and did not use him.
Andy Dalton, a seasoned player on their roster, shouldn’t take the place of Young.
Dalton can assist Young in learning the ropes because he is an experienced starter.
Andy is there to teach. He won t be QB1 for long.
David Stabenaw (@stabmarine) May 5, 2023
Young learning behind Dalton may not be the greatest choice for Carolina, according to some NFL fans.
Picking at #1 you would think he would be the day 1 starter. Also is Andy dalton the best guy for him to learn from? I know he s been in the league a long time and that benefits. But think it benefits more from him starting day 1
JZSportsTalk (@JzSportsTalk) May 5, 2023
Everyone anticipates that Young will be the Panthers’ starting quarterback.
Furthermore, it seems unlikely that Dalton will give them the best chance to triumph.
That boy better be starting week 1. Tickets and merch too high lol. https://t.co/q4ejsFRSz7
bla loc k (@Mike_Bizzl) May 5, 2023
The Panthers have been anticipating Young the most since selecting Cam Newton first overall in 2011.
It would be difficult to assume that Young will not succeed in landing this position once we get through the offseason practices and training camp.
Rookie Minicamp hasn t happened. OTAs. Training camp. Literally y all are bored https://t.co/BK3VX1l8I7
wontsteponme (@wontsteponmee) May 5, 2023
The quarterback of the future belongs to Carolina, and the best place for him to learn is on the field.