It was a season that everyone expected, and the Cleveland Browns made their return to the postseason for the first time in 18 years. They made a little noise, getting their first postseason victory in 26 seasons.
After being perhaps the worst team many have seen in years in 2019, the Miami Dolphins came just a few plays short of a playoff campaign in 2020, as they finished with a 10-6 record. The Dolphins got their guy, or so it seems, by selecting Tua Tagovailoa with the fifth pick in the draft. Some moves to bring in Byron Jones, Ereck Flowers, and many others, helped pave the way for Brian Flores to continue to build the culture shift in Miami. The front office has lots of cap space and draft picks to continue their ascension into a potential playoff team for the 2021 season.
The 2020 NFL season was one of two halves for the Arizona Cardinals. Entering the offseason, the Cardinals are in a better cap position than most teams. However, they have several critical decisions to make.
Welcome to the February edition of the Hot-Take-o-Meter. Be sure to follow along with monthly installments of the Hot Take-o-Meter. Some of the Hot Take-o-Meter’s 2020 hot takes aged like fine wine. Others resemble raw sewage.
The Chargers hired Brandon Staley as their head coach following the 2020 season. Staley and his coaching staff are now focused on bringing Los Angeles back to the playoffs under Justin Herbert and a new supporting cast, which may include an almost fully renovated offensive line.