We are in October. Baseball playoffs are here. Legends are born in October. It also means that we are a month into the NFL season, and the story lines keep coming. Week four has come and gone, so let’s get on with it; here are my NFL week four thoughts!
Coming into the season, Anthony Richardson was widely considered the rookie QB in need of the most development as a passer. While that is certainly the case (56.9% completion percentage), the kid can sling it, and his rushing ability is a real weapon. He has already missed some time due to injury sustained while running the ball, so that will have to be fixed sooner than later before he gets seriously injured.
Bryce Young was the number one pick, but he has struggled mightily in the early going, and also already missed time due to injury. He hasn’t been able to make off-script plays like he did at Alabama, and the passing game has struggled. His 4.9 yards per attempt is the second worst in the NFL – only the clearly injured Joe Burrow (more on him later…) is lower. It doesn’t help that the offensive line hasn’t been good, the running game is non-existent, and the receivers aren’t getting open. Carolina has reportedly been working the phones nonstop trying to add a number one wide receiver after their slow start.
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