Plus, it isn't like the Panthers are some great organization at developing QBs.
While as a whole, I completely agree with this sentiment.
However, they did bring in a few coaches who have some experience with QB development and growth.
HC - Frank Reich was key to Carson Wentz growth. Hard to dispute what he did with Wentz being so mediocre everywhere else.
QB Coach - Josh McCown - he knows the game and what it takes for the position. I think he is a real asset for Bryce Young.
OC - Thomas Brown (admittedly I know little about him)... He was LAR Assistant HC/RB Coach. Him & Reich are building a new Playbook for the Rookie QB.
Now, I am firm believer that Bryce Young will not be a long lasting QB in NFL due to his physical limitations (like if he puts on 20 lbs, he will be slower and hit more often for example).
I just think the Panthers did all they could to establish a strong coaching staff for a rookie QB.