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Patriots, Panthers only two teams that are underdogs in all 17 games

The Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots are amid a rebuild with young talent leading the way under center.

The state of the respective franchises means both teams being the only underdogs in all regular season games.

Bryce Young is set to begin his second NFL campaign after a tough rookie year. 2023 saw him deal with injuries and inconsistent performance.

The Alabama product recorded 2,877 passing yards with 11 touchdown passes to 10 interceptions and a 73.7 passer rating. As well as that, he had 253 rushing yards while holding a 2-14 record in 16 starts.


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Young surpassed 300 passing yards once while falling under 200 passing yards nine times. He also had seven games with zero touchdown passes, including in seven out of the last eight games. He also posted multiple touchdown passes just twice.

The Panthers hope that Young can take the next step in his development and become the driving force behind the team’s sustained success.

Meanwhile, the Patriots are moving forward with a clean slate after parting ways with longtime head coach Bill Belichick and hiring Jerod Mayo, who is now the youngest head coach in the NFL.


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New England is also shifting direction under center with former North Carolina quarterback Drake Maye, who was taken with the third overall pick in this year’s draft, as the potential long-term future.

The Patriots are hopeful that Maye can provide the stability Mac Jones was unable to showcase over the last couple of seasons.

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