The Panthers’ rebuild could be done sooner than people think. Teddy Bridewater was serviceable at quarterback last season, but the Panthers decided to take a chance and trade for Sam Darnold this season. Darnold looked bad in New York, but now he will have a much better supporting cast in Carolina. Christian McCafferey is back after missing most of the season with injuries and Darnold gets reunited with his favorite target with the Jets in the blazing fast Robby Anderson. The Panthers also have great second or third option receivers in the form of D.J. Moore and rookie Terrace Marshall Jr. The Panthers are quite weak at the tight end position heading into this season as their top options are free agent signee Dan Arnold and Colin Thompson. If McCaffrey returns to MVP form and Sam Darnold proves his poor playing was because of the Jets’ system, then there is no reason why this Panthers’ offense will be bad.