The NFL fans are the most loyal in the NFL.

But it’s a different story for the people who wear them.

From the league’s new helmet to the league-wide trend of gender equality, it’s hard to know what’s going on in the game.

So I’m trying to put together an easy guide to what fans love, what they hate and what they’re going to love in the upcoming season.

1.

“Ladies” are a dime a dozen, so the league has a lot of variety.

There are players, such as Marshawn Lynch and Christine Michael, who are both considered “ladies,” but that doesn’t mean they can’t be men.

There’s a good chance the player who plays in the “Cup” on Sunday will be a woman, which makes for some interesting storylines.

2.

There were a few notable female coaches during the 2014 season.

The 49ers had a pair of first-year coaches, the Ravens had a female defensive coordinator, and the Seahawks had a woman running backs coach.

There was also a new female general manager in Seattle, which was met with a bit of skepticism, but was quickly welcomed.

And there were a couple of female head coaches in 2015, as well, including one of the game’s biggest stars, Cam Newton.

The Rams, who have one of their own, have a pair that are not.

The Cardinals have a female coach in Todd Bowles, but it’s not clear if she’s going to be a head coach next year.

The Eagles, who haven’t hired a woman as their general manager since 2006, have been making noise about bringing in a woman.

The Panthers have an athletic trainer who’s been rumored to be heading to the NFL as a head trainer, and that could change soon.

The Packers had a young woman coach in former NFL wide receiver Randall Cobb, and she has since been fired.

And now, there’s this new trend.

There may be some women coaches in 2017, but they won’t be on the field.

The NFL has done a good job of introducing more diversity, and there are some bright spots.

3.

There will be plenty of new faces this year.

There aren’t many female coordinators on the roster.

There is no female defensive backs coach, although the team has a female head coach in Chris Petersen.

There have been a handful of women coordinators in the past, including the Patriots’ Jillaroos in 2015.

But the Patriots, Packers and Rams are all headed to the Super Bowl this year, and so it’s going in their favor.

And the Patriots and Seahawks have already been playing in the Superdome, so they are on the same level.

4.

There should be a lot more parity.

There won’t always be one team on top.

There isn’t a “Super Bowl” team.

And this isn’t even counting the fact that there are a few “best of” teams.

The NFC East is already stacked, with two teams that have won the Superbowl and two teams from the AFC East that have.

And that’s just one division.

There could be a few more “best” teams in 2017.

5.

The league has some interesting parity.

In the AFC, there are eight teams that are currently in the playoffs, including three teams that were in the division last season.

There might be a reason why the Seahawks are not in the NFC title game this year: The Rams are playing in a new stadium.

The Patriots will be in the new stadium and the Cardinals are still in Arizona, although they’re playing at their new stadium in Arizona.

The Colts are also playing in Indianapolis.

The Giants and Steelers have already played each other.

And teams like the Raiders, Cowboys, Falcons and Panthers are playing at home, so there might not be a huge gap.

There also might not always be a strong team that is on the outside looking in. 6.

It’s going too fast.

The pace of the NFL is so fast, in fact, that it will have to be slow down.

The game has been around since 1946, and teams can’t stop.

The Cowboys’ Super Bowl victory last year has been the only example.

The speed of the sport has also led to some bizarre decisions, including in the AFC.

In 2014, the Colts had a player named Matt Hasselbeck.

The following season, the Raiders signed former 49ers defensive tackle Corey Lemonier.

And in 2015 the Jets signed cornerback Antonio Cromartie.

Cromarties deal with the Saints, who already had a deal with him.

But that didn’t stop the Jets from sending him to Miami, where he started 16 games.

In 2016, the Steelers sent defensive end Derek Barnett to Detroit, where they won the AFC North.

There hasn’t been a lot happening at the moment, but the game is still going too quickly.

7.

The Super Bowl is not a great predictor