First NFL Power Rankings of the 2020 season.
The offseason has essentially come and gone, and while there are still moves left to be made I think it is time for some NFL Power Rankings.
With preseason games just a relic of the past, all we have to go on right now is what we know about teams from the last time we saw them and what they have changed in the last 6 months.
Still, that should be enough to give us a baseline on what we should expect from teams this season and that is an important thing to keep in mind in the NFL when things change so quickly.
For example, if you asked Tennessee Titans fans last year, I am sure they just would have wanted a season with more than 9 wins. Ask them now and finding one that wants anything less than a Super Bowl appearance or at the very least another trip to the AFCCG, is difficult.
On the other hand, if you asked Indianapolis Colts fans they probably would have wanted they probably would have said…well anything that didn’t involve their franchise quarterback retiring without any warning.
So now is a good time to start figuring out what we should expect from teams so that we can look back and remember just how much better (or worse) they did at the end of 2020. I’m going to use quotes from my power rankings at the end of the regular season and compare them to where we stand now.
Will the team that just paid their QB half a billion dollars be at the top? Do we expect Drew Brees to make one last run at a title? Who is most likely to end up with the top pick in the 2021 NFL Draft? Find out the early projections in the NFL Power Rankings.