Carolina Panthers head coach Dave Canales having issues with Bryce Young, Andy Dalton and 2 other superstar after following…….


The second annual National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) report has been released. “For many years, our players brought up the idea of creating a ‘Free Agency Guide’ that would illuminate what the daily experience is for players and their families at each team,” they stated. In 2023, they created the first version of that guide. Players were more informed about how their workplace compared to others across the NFL. According to the NFLPA, some clubs made “immediate” improvements based on the information they published. So, how did the Carolina Panthers score?

The Survey Gives Carolina Panthers “Okay” Grades

Overall, the Carolina Panthers ranked 17th in their player survey. The survey noted that they saw several improvements to their facility. Some of these changes include changes made in their cafeteria, hiring a new head chef, and major renovations. “100% of returning player respondents said that the cafeteria/ food program improved

In the survey, they pointed out that the major issue “bringing down” the team grade comes from the responding players’ belief that the club owner David Tepper is “not willing to invest the necessary money into the facilities.”

How Grading Works?

The grading scale follows a letter grade system from highest to lowest. A+, A, and A- indicate excellent performance. B+, B, and B- indicate good performance. C+, C, and C- indicate satisfactory performance. D+, D, D-, F, and F- indicate less than satisfactory performance. They also follow a weighted scale that includes categories such as head coach, team, travel, locker room, training room, treatment of families, and club owners, among others.

In the first year of the survey, they had slightly more than 1,300 responses, which is about a 60% participation rate league-wide, said the NFLPA. This year, they had 1,706 active NFL players complete the survey in full, which they said is more than a 77% response rate.

Football is the kind of sport that isn’t very forgiving when it comes to having time to turn things around. If a coach or staffers aren’t working out in a very short period of time, fans and owners usually move on quickly. I get it. There is a lot at stake. But, that said, each year, several NFL teams end up looking very different from what they did the year prior. The upcoming 2024 season is shaping up to be one of those seasons. So, let’s get into some NFL teams that will look very different in 2024.

Before I get into the list, I want to point out one of the main reasons why so many teams will look different in 2024 than they did in 2023. Lots of head coaches are changing. Believe it or not, the NFL is replacing a quarter of its head coaches in 2024. That’s so wacky. But, it should make for some really exciting games coming up. I’m not one to wish away the spring and summer, but fall can’t get here fast enough.

One team that I’m not including on this list, and one that might draw controversy, is the New England Patriots. They will be entering their first year without longstanding head coach Bill Belichick. So, why wouldn’t they be a team that’s going to look vastly different next season? Well, they’re bringing on Jerod Mayo, who is totally in the family. He’s been with the Patriots for years. Robert Kraft promoted the former Patriots star from within, much like former player Dan Campbell was given the head coaching role with the Detroit Lions. So, yeah, not too different, in my opinion.

Here are five NFL teams that will look vastly different in 2024. Which teams are you going to be watching next season? Hit us up on social media and let us know. Find the 2024 NFL schedule here.

  • 5. Seattle Seahawks

    The Seattle Seahawks are headed for a major makeover, especially when it comes to their defense. They’ve brought on Mike Macdonald, who is the former defensive coordinator for the Baltimore Ravens. Seattle’s defense is going to improve greatly with him in charge, and they could look like a different team.

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