Guess What NFL Players Including Travis Kelce Reviewed!!!

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The likes of Travis Kelce, Lamar Jackson and Christian McCaffrey had their say on their coaches this season, offering some surprising results.


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Ahead of the final week of the regular season, the NFLPA has submitted its report cards for the league’s top coordinators.

The Players Association asked the NFL stars to rank their respective offensive, defensive and special teams coaches to establish the best the league has to offer ahead of hiring season.

Based on the survey results, the NFLPA has released the top five per category based on their average rating from the players on their teams.

The 11-5 Miami Dolphins’ Frank Smith topped the list of offensive coordinators, which came as no surprise with Tua Tagovailoa and co. averaging 409.2 yards this season, according to Fox Sports.

However, surprisingly, the Panthers’ offensive coordinator Thomas Brown was a close runner up, despite Carolina slipping to a 2-14 record and failing to score at all in two games this season.

Meanwhile, Kelce, Jackson and McCaffrey didn’t appear to rate their offensive coordinators as the Chiefs’ Matt Nagy, Ravens’ Todd Monken and 49ers’ Chris Foerster failed to make the top five offensively.

Nagy was elevated to offensive coordinator by the reigning Super Bowl champions last February following the exit of Eric Bieniemy to the Washington Commanders.

Nagy served as offensive coordinator in Kansas City in 2016 and 2017 before being hired by the Bears as head coach in 2018. But his time in Chicago didn’t pan out and Nagy was fired in 2021, returning to Andy Reid’s staff.

However, the Chiefs have suffered offensive woes this season, leading to sideline outbursts from both Kelce and quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

Kansas City ranks just ninth offensively this season with an average of 356.5 yards and 38 touchdowns.

However, the omission of Ravens’ OC and San Francisco’s from the list comes as a surprise with both teams in the top five offensively this season and both strong contenders for the Super Bowl.

But 49ers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks makes the cut in his category, ranking second in defense.

Yet the Chiefs and Ravens are joined by the Philadelphia Eagles as strong teams without a coordinator among any of the top five.

The survey was concluded by November 16 before the Eagles stripped Sean Desai of play-calling responsibilities and assistant Matt Patricia took charge.

Meanwhile, based on 774 defensive players’ rankings, the Lions’ Aaron Glenn came out on top after helping Detroit’s defense go from strength to strength this season.

Glenn has been with the Lions for three seasons but has made major strides with them over the past year. Detroit ranked near the bottom for defense in 2022 but has vastly improved to help the team clinch the NFC North title this season.

The Dallas Cowboys swept the board with DC Dan Quinn and OC Brian Schottenheimer being ranked third by their players, while special teams coordinator John Fassel topped his category.

Despite their woeful season, the Panthers special teams players clearly back coordinator Chris Tabor too as he came in second, followed by the Vikings’ Matt Daniels, Lions’ Dave Fipp and the Saints’ Darren Rizzi.

The full lists will be released in the spring, once the new Super Bowl champions have been crowned.

The survey comes is the NFLPA’s second annual Player Team Report Card project after players anonymously ranked their team based on working conditions.

The Commanders, then owned by the embattled Dan Snyder, finished dead last out of the league’s 38 teams.

Meanwhile, throughout the rest of the league the Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins and Las Vegas Raiders were the top three teams while joining the Commanders in the bottom three were the Los Angeles Chargers and Arizona Cardinals.