2020 Team Recaps

Washington Football Team 2020 Season Recap

James Dudko recaps a memorable 2020 season for the Washington Football Team and hands out end-of-season awards to the squad’s top performers.

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Miami Dolphins 2020 Season Recap

At 10-6, the Dolphins narrowly missed the playoffs. Andersen Pickard recaps Miami’s strong season and hands out end-of-season awards.

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New England Patriots 2020 Season Recap

2020 was a tough season for the New England Patriots. In their first season post-Tom Brady, the Cam Newton-led squad finished 7-9 and missed the playoffs. While the Patriots’ special teams and defense struggled, their offense proved to be a liability, forcing costly turnovers and ultimately losing several games.

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Denver Broncos 2020 Season Recap

Let’s just say this year in Denver Broncos history was an experience. Chalk up another losing season, their fourth straight, and another year that leaves fans with questions at the most critical spots. With a 5-11 record, finishing at the bottom of the AFC West, it still weirdly feels like the Broncos are closer than their record shows.

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Dallas Cowboys 2020 Season Recap

Entering the 2020 NFL season, the Dallas Cowboys had great expectations and lots of potential. Unfortunately, 2020 was a heartbreaking disappointment and Dallas finished 6-10 and again missed the playoffs.

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Atlanta Falcons 2020 Season Recap

Entering the 2020 season, the Atlanta Falcons had a few questions. They were 3-9 with four games left to go in the 2019 season, yet they won all of those games to save Dan Quinn’s job. Quinn was on the hot seat entering this season. Atlanta entered the season with lofty expectations with Matt Ryan and the tandem of Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley still intact. Unfortunately, the Falcons never got their footing and finished the season with a record of 4-12.

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Detroit Lions 2020 Season Recap

Entering the 2020 NFL season, the Detroit Lions knew they weren’t Super Bowl contenders. However, the expectation was to be in the playoff chase and ultimately end up in the postseason. After finishing last season 3-12-1, ownership accepted that the team was hit hard by injuries, and it was a lost year. However, the Lions finished the 2020 season with a 5-11 record, losing five of their last seven games, including four straight to end the year.

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