Anderson is taking accountability for his mistakes Sunday.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Coach Matt Rhule promised the Carolina Panthers' offense will take on a “vastly different look” moving forward after the team's third straight loss. In an effort for the Panthers to “find their identity” with star running back Christian McCaffrey still out with a hamstring injury, Rhule plans to lean more on rookie Chuba Hubbard and the running game beginning this week against the New York Giants. “We have ran the ball well, but we have not been committed enough to running
In wake of 3 straight losses, Rhule said the Panthers are about to look ‘vastly different’ on offense.