The Carolina Panthers are on the search for another head coach.
On Monday, owner David Tepper fired Frank Reich after just 11 games on the job. Following a 1-10 start, Reich was dumped in favor of special teams coordinator Chris Tabor being elevated to interim head coach.
Reich is the third full-fledged head coach to be fired by Tepper since he took over the team in 2018. Tabor is now the third interim head coach of the ownership tenure as well.
On the latest episode of the “Processing Blue” podcast, Observer sports columnist Scott Fowler and Panthers beat writer Mike Kaye discuss how Reich ended up losing his job after less than one season. Fowler and Kaye go back and forth on Reich’s shortcomings and how a change at the top will impact first overall pick, quarterback Bryce Young.