Coleman's 107 yards snapped the Panthers' 21-game streak of not allowing a 100-yard rusher, the longest active streak in the NFL. Carolina entered the game allowing 88.4 rush YPG since 2017, fourth-lowest in the league, per NFL Research. In Week 2, the Panthers gave up 170 rushing yards, most since Week 13 of 2016 versus Seattle.
"We made too many mistakes," he added. "We didn't give ourselves a chance to win. We've got to be disciplined, and we've got to be more disciplined than that.
"We can't do those things. We have to go back and we have to correct."
"I'm a defensive head coach, and to have that happen, I won't stand for that. I will get that corrected," Rivera said of his run D. "Again, it's early in the season, we're going to make some mistakes. We've got to get those things corrected if we expect to win football games."