Andy Dalton Pulled Classy Move During Bryce Young’s First Start

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By Kevin Parrish Jr. Bryce Young made his NFL regular season debut in Week 1. The rookie struggled in the Carolina Panthers division-rival loss to the Atlanta Falcons last Sunday, completing just 53 percent of his passes for 146 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. However, his first career NFL touchdown pass (thrown to tight end Hayden Hurst before haltime) was something to celebrate. So after Hurst threw the ball into the crowd in heat of the moment, backup quarterback Andy Dalton went looking for it. “Shoutout to Andy (Dalton), he did a great job,” Young told…

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