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Bryce Young made his NFL preseason debut for the Carolina Panthers on Saturday, going 4-of-6 for 21 yards. He failed to lead Carolina to a score, but he did take care of the ball by finishing without a turnover.

“Lack of execution – start with myself,” Young said of the offense’s performance under his lead. “There are things I definitely could have done better. Us as a unit, we all take accountability, and we all look in the mirror first.

“Coach (Frank) Reich made that point with us in the locker room, of us being a team and a unit that looks in the mirror and takes accountability. That’s what we put on tape; that’s what we had. So now we have to figure out. We have to learn from it. We have to own it. … It’s all of us, top to bottom. We take complete accountability of what happened. So obviously, we want to improve and be better.”

Young was hit three times on his six pass attempts. While better protection will be vital for the Panthers, Young remained positive.

“That’s part of the game,” Young said. “Football is a physical sport. It’s part of the job description. You’re going to get hit. That’s the game we play. It’s part of the job; you know that’s coming, so that’s not something I think of. Can’t let that affect your decision-making or what you’re going through. For me, that’s part of the game. It happens. And I’m just focused on the next play, trying to make sure I execute every time I get a chance to go out there.”

Expectations are high for Young ahead of his first start in the NFL regular season, an away game against NFC South rival Atlanta Sept. 10. The Panthers moved up to select him No. 1 overall — making him their first top pick since Newton in 2011 — and gave up a first-round pick to make it happen. 

Coming out of Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei, Young was ranked as the No. 1 overall prospect in the class of 2020 before signing with Alabama.

Young backed up fellow quarterback Mac Jones as the eventual New England Patriots quarterback emerged as a Heisman Trophy candidate and led the Crimson Tide to the 2020 national championship. Young attempted just 22 passes, completing 13 for 156 yards and one touchdown.

After Jones left to become a first-round pick, Young emerged as a Heisman Trophy winner himself. He completed 66.9% of his passes for 4,872 yards and 47 touchdowns with seven interceptions. That included 559 yards and five touchdowns in Alabama’s win over Arkansas, then 421 yards and three touchdowns, along with 40 rushing yards and a score, two weeks later as Alabama upset Georgia in the SEC Championship Game.

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Alabama wasn’t as strong a team in 2022, missing out on the College Football Playoff after reaching the previous two national championship games. But Young still impressed, completing 64.5% of his throws for 3,328 yards and 32 touchdowns with five interceptions in three fewer games as he battled injuries, rushing for 185 yards and four more scores.

Grant Hughes contributed to this article.