Robby Anderson explodes at sam Darnold as QB loses grip on Panthers job

Panthers receiver Robby Anderson couldn’t hold in his surface-to-air missile Darnold frustration throughout Sunday’s 24-6 loss to the Patriots.

Anderson was caught on the printed showing to yell at the quarterback, WHO threw 3 interceptions, together with a pick-six to J.C. Jackson.

After Darnold’s third interception, Anderson repeatedly walked past him and threw his helmet.

Darnold, meanwhile, placed on a hat and didn’t seem to acknowledge his annoyed mate.

“That’s what comes with it,” the sixth-year wideout aforementioned. “My emotions — i do know that they’ll possibly gonna catch that. therefore it’s not nothing that I’m concealment from or nothing that I’m repentant of.

“I’m terribly turned on. This game means that the planet to Maine. and that i place my all into everything a bit like everybody during this room will. i do know this game isn’t gonna last forever. therefore once things don’t enter the proper direction, it hurts Maine cause I’m solely gonna get to measure this dream just one occasion.”

Anderson doesn’t seem to be alone.

“I don’t wish to get it all on one guy, however we have a tendency to can’t keep throwing the screw up within the air,” Panthers coach Matt Rhule aforementioned.

When asked concerning the dangerous day with Darnold, Anderson aforementioned, “I assume together we’re simply not connecting.”

Anderson, WHO additionally contend with Darnold on the Jets, recorded one catch for two yards in Sunday’s loss. In 9 games this season, Anderson has nineteen receptions for 206 yards and 2 scores.

Darnold, WHO was listed from the Jets to the Panthers this offseason, finished 16-for-32 with 172 yards. He cleared concussion protocol before the sport when suffering one within the Panthers’ persuade the Falcons last week and contend through a shoulder injury.

“Robby could be a rival a bit like all people,” Darnold aforementioned. “Obviously, you would like your teammates to be ready to say, ‘Hey, let’s go. we’ve got loads of game left, let’s limit, let’s place some points on the board.’ I mean it’s nothing quite that, Maine and Robby ar cool, therefore I’m not distressed this.”

Darnold has struggled mightily since a hot begin with the Panthers, throwing ten interceptions compared to four touchdowns over his past 5 starts. The Panthers started their season 3-0, however have since born 5 of their past six games with Sunday’s loss.

When asked if Darnold “is still the guy,” Rhule aforementioned, “We can’t keep doing that.”

Carolina (4-5) visits Arizona (8-1) this Sunday.