Where do Panthers stand in power rankings at end of 2022 regular season?

With the Carolina Panthers ending their 2022 campaign by grabbing one more win for the road, let’s see where they’ve wrapped up across the power rankings.

USA TODAY

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Author: Nate Davis

Rank: 17 (+1)

Take: “A slew of talented young players. A weak division. An owner who’s going to aggressively try to fulfill your wish list. While the quarterback issue that plagues so much of the league must also be acknowledged here, there should still be a lot of top-tier head coaching candidates blazing a path to Charlotte.”

NFL.com

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Author: Dan Hanzus

Rank: 18 (-)

Take: “The Panthers enter another offseason hoping to find a long-term solution at quarterback, but the first order of business is settling on a head coach. Steve Wilks earned positive reviews for his work in the interim role and is set to interview formally for the full-time position Tuesday. Wilks would be a sensible hire, but Scott Fitterer sure sounded like a GM looking to bring in someone from the outside during his meeting with the media on Monday. “This is a division that we can take over,” Fitterer said while offering his opinion why the Panthers’ job is attractive. “That opportunity is there. It’s up to us to do it. I think they see that.”

CBS Sports

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Author: Pete Prisco

Rank: 24 (-)

Take: “They need to decide on the coach and quarterback like so many of the teams down near the bottom. They did show improvement under Steve Wilks.”

Pro Football Talk

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Author: Mike Florio

Rank: 23 (+1)

Take: “Steve Wilks did enough to earn that job.”

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