The two-time defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs were the second-lowest graded team in the NFL — ahead of only the Washington Commanders — in the second annual “report card” that ranks teams according to various categories based on the results of player surveys.

More than 1,700 players — up from about 1,300 last year — participated in the survey between August and November, which was released by the NFLPA on Wednesday. Players were asked them to grade their teams on a wide variety of subjects, ranging from team facilities to coaching staffs to owners.

The top two teams in the overall survey were the same as last year, though they switched places, with the Miami Dolphins finishing ahead of the Minnesota Vikings this year.

Chiefs owner Clark Hunt ranked last out of 32 team owners.

The Browns were ranked 23rd out of the 32 teams.