QB - CAR
Week 4 Outlook
Bryce Young completed 25-of-32 passes for 204 yards in the Panthers’ 21-13 loss to the Vikings.
Young completed over 78% of his passes, his highest mark in his first three NFL starts. The 22-year-old did lose a fumble, but other than that played well despite losing for the third time this season. Young and the Panthers will look for their first win of the season when they take on the Lions in Week 5.
Panthers QB Bryce Young (ankle) has been cleared and will play Sunday against Minnesota.
Young has practiced in full this week and will return to action after missing one game. Even with Young’s return, fantasy managers should be cautious about returning him to their starting lineups. Young will need to play better before becoming a reliable option weekly.
Carolina Panthers QB Bryce Young (ankle) was a full participant in his second consecutive practice to begin the week.
Young seems to be recovering well from his ankle injury and is likely on track to return to the field on Sunday. When healthy, Young will be the team's starter, despite QB Andy Dalton's valiant efforts in Week 3 against the Seattle Seahawks. Though, Young still isn't much of a fantasy football threat at this young stage in his career.
Bryce Young, who missed the Panthers' Week 3 loss in Seattle, practiced in full on Wednesday, indicating he is on track to return from his ankle injury this Sunday vs. Minnesota.
The first overall selection in the NFL draft has failed to live up to the lofty expectations that come with such high draft capital, but there is plenty of time for Young to find his footing. Young does not belong in any starting lineups for now but deserves to be rostered in dynasty leagues, specifically Superflex.
Bryce Young (ankle) will participate in practice on Wednesday, according to HC Frank Reich.
Young missed last week's game and has been sidelined from practice while nursing an ankle injury, but HC Frank Reich told reporters that he will be practicing on Wednesday. This is a step in the right direction for his availability for Week 4, but we likely won't know more about the rookie's game status until later in the week. Andy Dalton will be in line to start again if Young isn't ready to play by Sunday.