College: Alabama | Rookie
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 204 lbs
Birth Date: 2001-07-25
Depth Chart: QB.1
2023 Bye Week: 7
Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 QB
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Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young completed 15 of his 31 passes for 178 yards and an interception in a 21-18 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 13. Young struggled yet again in the loss as he has failed to top 194 passing yards in five straight games and has not thrown a touchdown pass in two consecutive contests. A low-end QB2 for fantasy purposes, Young will look to bounce back against the New Orleans Saints in Week 14.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young has failed to throw for more than one touchdown in a game since Week 5 against the Detroit Lions. He will look to break that streak in Week 13's road matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It has been a disappointing rookie season for Young, who has just nine touchdowns and eight interceptions in 10 games. The Buccaneers are vulnerable against the pass as they are allowing the fifth-most fantasy points per game to the position but Young hasn't shown enough to be trustworthy in fantasy yet. He settles in as a low-end QB2 heading into Week 13.
Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Ben Johnson is currently expected to receive interest from the Carolina Panthers again for their upcoming head-coaching vacancy, according to a source. Johnson's name continues to come up in Panthers discussions at this time. The Lions OC reportedly declined a second interview with Carolina for the same opening last offseason, and his withdrawal paved the way towards the hiring of Frank Reich, who was fired earlier this week. Plenty of teams with head-coaching openings this offseason will have eyes for Johnson, who has built Detroit's offense into one of the better units in the league the last two seasons. Johnson's biggest task if he were to join Carolina would be getting No. 1 overall pick Bryce Young right after starting his NFL career with a 1-10 record.
The Carolina Panthers fired head coach Frank Reich on Monday after a 1-10 start in his first year with the organization, but they remain confident in their investment in rookie quarterback Bryce Young with the first overall pick in this year's draft despite his play not living up to that billing to this point. "We are totally confident in that pick," owner David Tepper said. The shakeup at head coach midway through his first NFL season won't make life any easier on Young as he tries to put forth positive momentum to close out the 2023 campaign. The 22-year-old also doesn't have many playmakers on the offensive side of the ball in Carolina. Young has completed 61.7% of his passes for 1,877 yards, nine touchdowns and eight interceptions in his first 10 NFL starts. He has a chance to put up some decent numbers this weekend in a divisional clash with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young completed 18 of his 31 passes for 194 yards and added three carries for 23 yards and a lost fumble in a 17-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans in Week 12. Young's recent struggles continued in his team's Week 12 loss as he has now gone six straight games without throwing for multiple touchdowns while also failing to throw for over 194 yards in four consecutive contests. The rookie also took four sacks in the loss while the Panthers only were able to gain 258 yards of total offense. Settled in as a low-end QB2 in fantasy moving forward, Young will look to bounce back in Week 13's road matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Carolina Panthers brought in offensive-minded head coach Frank Reich this year to help develop rookie quarterback Bryce Young after they took him with the first overall pick in this year's draft. However, it's been a very slow start for Young, leading to a lot of speculation that Reich will be fired after his first year in Carolina. NFL Network's Mike Garafolo isn't getting the sense that the Panthers are ready to move on from Reich, but they will surely want to see some progress in the second half of the season and owner David Tepper will evaluate Reich in the offseason. Reich could still be fired by Carolina, but it's unlikely to happen before the end of the 2023 season.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young (thigh) practiced fully all week despite being listed with a thigh injury on the team's practice report. He is listed without an injury on the team's final game status heading into a Week 12 matchup against the Tennessee Titans. The Titans have been solid against quarterbacks this season as they are allowing just the 18th-most fantasy points per game to the position thus far. Young has thrown just four touchdowns over his past five seasons as his debut season has come with plenty of growing pains. Fantasy gamers should treat Young as a low-end QB2 heading into Week 12's matchup.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young (thigh) got in a full practice on Wednesday. Young has been dealing with a thigh issue but it hasn't limited his practice status so far this week. There is a very good chance that he is playing hurt, as is everyone else at the NFL at this point in the season. The rookie signal-caller has thrown for just 1683 yards (62.1% completion rate) to go along with nine touchdowns and eight interceptions in nine games this year. Young is not worth starting in fantasy in Week 12, even if he's facing a porous Titans defense.
Carolina Panthers guard Austin Corbett (knee) is being placed on Injured Reserve due to a knee injury. The Panthers lost Brady Christensen (biceps) in Week 1 due to a biceps injury, so they are now without their two starting guards. Carolina has the fourth-fewest rushing yards per game this season (92.3), so this does not bode well for running backs Miles Sanders and Chuba Hubbard. To make matters worse, the Panthers are set to face All-Pro defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons of the Tennessee Titans in Week 12. Expect running lanes to be scarce and quarterback Bryce Young to be under additional pressure.
Dynasty | Panthers rookie quarterback Bryce Young completed 16-of-29 passes for 123 yards with one touchdown and one interception in a loss against Dallas. Dynasty Analysis: Hall hasn't had much of a chance with the porous offensive line of the Panthers but he also hasn't done much to impress this season. The success of CJ Stroud has made things look worse for Young so far but we'll need to see more over the next few weeks to keep him in the top 20 of signal callers for dynasty leagues. With no first rounder next year, the Panthers are likely looking at a long-term overhaul here.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young completed 16 of his 29 passes for 123 yards, one touchdown, and one interception while losing a fumble in a 33-10 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 11. Young struggled mightily as a fierce Dallas defense sacked him seven times in the blowout loss. His lone touchdown pass went to Tommy Tremble in the third quarter as the Panthers struggled to get much going in a tough matchup against the Cowboys. The rookie signal-caller has had a difficult time of late as he's thrown just four touchdowns and four interceptions over his past five games. Young will hope to bounce back in Week 12's road matchup against the Tennessee Titans.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback DaRon Bland, who has a favorable matchup against the Carolina Panthers, is one of the best choices to start at defensive back in IDP leagues in Week 11. The Panthers throw the ball more often than all but one team. Carolina quarterback Bryce Young has been inconsistent. He has thrown seven interceptions. Bland is one of the league leaders in interceptions for the second straight season. He made another interception last week against the Giants, bringing his season total to five, including two in the past three games. Bland is a safe start with a high upside.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young (thigh) got in a full practice on Thursday and should be good to go for his team's Week 11 matchup against the Dallas Cowboys. Young will face one of the tougher tests of his short career against a Dallas defense that has been limiting opposing quarterbacks to just the 21st-most fantasy points per game thus far. The No. 1 pick in last year's draft has struggled of late as he's only thrown one touchdown and three interceptions over his past two games. Fantasy gamers should be looking elsewhere for a starting QB in Week 11 as Young settles in as a low-end QB2.
Carolina Panthers head coach Frank Reich said he is taking back the offensive play-calling duties from offensive coordinator Thomas Brown for the remainder of the 2023 season. The Panthers have just two touchdowns in 30 offensive drives since Brown took over the play-calling duties for the last three games. "I've haven't been given any ultimatum," Reich said. "Do we want to be in control of our destiny? Of course. This is about if I have something that I can give to the team, I need to give it." Reich wants to do everything he can to help rookie quarterback Bryce Young and an offense that ranks worst in the NFL. Carolina averaged 18.6 points in the first game with Reich calling the plays, compared to 13.6 points the last three games under Brown, who was calling plays for the first time in his coaching career.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young completed 21 of his 38 passes for 185 yards with zero touchdowns or interceptions and added 18 yards on three carries in a 16-13 loss to the Chicago Bears in Week 10's Thursday night game. Young was unable to capitalize on a plus matchup against a weak Chicago defense as he was held without a touchdown pass for just the second time all season. On the bright side, he did not turn the ball over after throwing three interceptions in his previous game. Overall, fantasy gamers would like to see more out of the No. 1 overall pick. Young now has thrown eight touchdowns and seven interceptions in eight games in his rookie season. He will face a difficult challenge against a fierce Dallas Cowboys defense in Week 11.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young will take on the Chicago Bears on the road in Week 10's Thursday night game. Young is coming off his worst game as a pro as he threw three interceptions and just one touchdown in a loss to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 9. The Bears represent a plus matchup for Young as they are allowing 26.9 points per game, the fifth-most in the NFL this season. Furthermore, the Bears are allowing the most fantasy points per game to opposing quarterbacks this season, putting Young in an excellent spot in Week 10. He can be treated as a low-end QB2 in fantasy this week.
Dynasty | Panthers rookie quarterback Bryce Young completed 24-of-39 passes for 173 yards with one touchdown and three interceptions in the Panthers loss to the Colts. Dynasty Analysis: Young is in rough situation with the lack of talent in Carolina but has also yet to show the ability to raise the level of play around him. Today was his worst day statistically and he'll need to show more soon before tumbling down our rankings. While he still has a very bright future, Young has been passed by CJ Stroud in our dynasty rankings and is currently found as our QB15.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young completed 24 of his 39 passes for 173 yards, one touchdown, and three interceptions while adding 41 yards on five carries in a 27-13 loss to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 9. Young had a hard time against the Colts' pass rush as they got to him for four sacks in the loss. His lone touchdown pass went to D.J. Chark Jr. on a five-yard toss in the third quarter. Young now has thrown eight touchdowns compared to seven interceptions in his debut season. Settling in as an inconsistent QB2 in fantasy, Young will look to bounce back against the Chicago Bears in Week 10.
Indianapolis Colts linebacker Zaire Franklin (knee) is officially inactive for Week 9 versus the Carolina Panthers. This was widely expected after the team downgraded him to "doubtful" on Saturday. He has been a playmaker on defense this year, amassing 1.5 sacks, one forced fumble, and a whopping 102 tackles. In his absence, E.J. Speed should see more snaps as the Colts look to slow down the likes of Bryce Young, Chuba Hubbard, and others.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young will take on the Indianapolis Colts at home in Week 9. Young is starting to come on strong of late as he's thrown five touchdowns over his past three games. This weekend he draws an excellent matchup against a Colts defense that is allowing the fourth-most fantasy points per game to opposing quarterbacks. Young has been tough to trust in single-quarterback leagues for much of the season but he's in a great spot and could put together a quality outing in Week 9. He's on the map as a high-end QB2 worth a spot start for fantasy gamers who need a quarterback.