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Panthers head coach Frank Reich’s decision to resume offensive play-calling duties did not lead to an improved outcome on Sunday. Despite this, he stated at a press conference on Monday that no major changes are planned for Week 12. Reich emphasized that the coaching staff will remain unchanged and he also dismissed the possibility of replacing first overall pick Bryce Young with veteran quarterback Andy Dalton.

According to Darin Gantt of the team’s website, Reich stated, “No consideration of that.” Although Reich mentioned that there will be discussions about potential changes to the lineup, it is difficult to feel optimistic about the prospects of finding better solutions for the Panthers as they prepare to face the Titans for their second win of the season.

Despite the need for changes, Reich’s announcement implies that the Panthers are not contemplating any drastic alterations in their personnel or strategies. This decision may disappoint fans who are hoping for a turnaround in the team’s performance. In light of the mounting pressure to deliver wins, it remains to be seen if the Panthers can turn their season around without making substantial changes.

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