The Arizona Cardinals finished the 2020 NFL season with an average 8-8 record. With high hopes for quarterback Kyler Murray and head coach Kliff Kingsbury, finishing at .500 was a disappointment for the excited Arizona fanbase.
In 2020, the Las VegasRaiders made their debut in “Sin City”, but only slightly improved their record from 7-9 in 2019 to 8-8, missing the playoffs. The bright spot, however, is that head coach Jon Gruden got his team so close to a winning record in just his third season since taking over the team.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had their best season in franchise history in 2020. With a roster filled with both talented young players and seasoned veterans, the Buccaneers have all the pieces in place to make another Super Bowl run this season.
After a 17 year stretch of zero playoff appearances, the Buffalo Bills enter 2021 on a run of three playoff births in four years. Coming off of last year’s 13-3 campaign, this stout Buffalo squad feels poised for a third consecutive 10-plus win season.
After a 2020 season that ended with New York Giant fans somehow hating the Philadelphia Eagles, and Doug Pederson, just a little bit more, the team is now looking to take revenge on the division and win it this year.