It was a sobering season for the Carolina Panthers as they fell far short of high-expectation following a trip to Super Bowl 50 almost one year ago.

The Panthers were expected to contend, expected to make a playoff push and expected to continue their high level of play.

Instead, they fell far short, posting a 6-10 record on the season.

Despite the disappointment, Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman claims that it is not the end of the Panthers run.

“The sky is not falling here,” he said, via The Charlotte Observer.

“The whole offense was just out of whack,” Gettleman said. “We just couldn’t get rhythm.”

Gettleman supported the staff and head coach Ron Rivera and Carolina seems poised to take to attack the offseason to improve their roster.

“We’re going to take a hard look at what’s going on,” Gettleman said.