Again, the Carolina Panthers make a significant quarterback change.

Another significant quarterback change has been made by the Carolina Panthers.Sam Darnold will get the start for the Panthers against the Denver Broncos on Sunday.

On Tuesday, the team tweeted about the decision to bring back the former New York Jets quarterback.

Sam Darnold will start at quarterback on Sunday against the Broncos, the team account stated.

Darnold is Carolina's third starting quarterback this season and the fourth quarterback to take the field overall, according to interim head coach Stee Wilks, 

who informed his quarterbacks on Tuesday.This season, the team has struggled with QB consistency. When the season began, quarterback Baker Mayfield swiftly disappeared from view

Former XFL standout PJ Walker took over because of injuries and subpar play. Darnold was activated earlier in November, and it was anticipated that he would play soon.

Darnold declared that he was prepared. The former Jets quarterback will now have another chance.Last year, the team's former USC quarterback started 11 games. Despite throwing nine

touchdowns to 13 interceptions, he completed 2,57 of his passes for a completion percentage of 59.9 percent.