Hopefully, the changes in the front office will help, but I suspect it's going to be a problem as long as Tepper is the owner.Baker Mayfield makes me angry. He's playing so well for the Bucs, why couldn't he do that for my Panthers? Then I think about Miles Sanders. Great RB for Philly, comes here and loses the starting job to Chubba Hubbard. Really? Are the Panthers just a black hole for talent right now?
CMC was great here, but goes to SF and becomes the superstar we only saw in flashes. Now, it could be argued that SF has a lot of other weapons, so teams can't just focus on stopping him and that's fair. But combined with all the other examples you start seeing trends.
Carolina is where talent goes to die. Want to win a Super Bowl? DO NOT sign with the Panthers.
Personally, I blame David Tepper for creating such an unstable environment. Matt Rhule was obviously not working out and needed to go, but not giving Steve Wilks a real shot and then firing Frank Reich in his first season is seriously shitty. You can't build success with a constantly rotating coaching staff. That's the way Cleveland did things for so many years when they were the perennial losers. The next coach, whoever it is, needs to be given several years to try to build the team back up into a cohesive unit.