A tweet to sum up 2020 for every team

It’s been quite a year, to say the least.

Along with most of the rest of the world, teams across the NFL will be happy to see 2020 come to a close. For 14 teams, it will mean the chance to compete for the Lombardi Trophy, and for the rest of the league it means an end to a year that, for many reasons, didn’t work out the way they’d hoped.

So with the changing of the calendar approaching after such a whirlwind 12 months, the final regular-season edition of Sportsnet’s NFL Power Rankings collects 32 tweets – one for each team that most perfectly sums up its 2020 season.

1. Kansas City Chiefs

2020 record: 14-1
Last week: 1
A tweet for 2020:

2. Green Bay Packers

2020 record: 12-3
Last week: 2
A tweet for 2020:

3. Buffalo Bills

2020 record: 12-3
Last week: 3
A tweet for 2020:

4. New Orleans Saints

2020 record: 11-4
Last week: 4
A tweet for 2020:

5. Pittsburgh Steelers

2020 record: 12-3
Last week: 9
A tweet for 2020:

The #Steelers now have 52 sacks on the season – with one game to go.
13 different players have at least one sack
T.J. Watt leads the team with 15
Stephon Tuitt hit double digits (10) vs. Colts
Pittsburgh has recorded 5+ sacks in four games in 2020 pic.twitter.com/dit9imVHLR

— Missi Matthews (@missi_matthews) December 28, 2020

6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

2020 record: 10-5
Last week: 8
A tweet for 2020:

Games with multiple pass TDs this season:
Patriots – 0
Tom Brady – 12 pic.twitter.com/J62e2HQGkA

— PFF (@PFF) December 26, 2020

7. Seattle Seahawks

2020 record: 11-4
Last week: 10
A tweet for 2020:

8. Baltimore Ravens

2020 record: 10-5
Last week: 14
A tweet for 2020:

9. Tennessee Titans

2020 record: 10-5
Last week: 6
A tweet for 2020:

10. Miami Dolphins

2020 record: 10-5
Last week: 13
A tweet for 2020:

11. Indianapolis Colts

2020 record: 10-5
Last week: 7
A tweet for 2020:

12. Cleveland Browns

2020 record: 10-5
Last week: 5
A tweet for 2020:

13. Los Angeles Rams

2020 record: 9-6
Last week: 11
A tweet for 2020:

14. Chicago Bears

2020 record: 8-7
Last week: 16
A tweet for 2020:

15. Arizona Cardinals

2020 record: 8-7
Last week: 12
A tweet for 2020:

16. San Francisco 49ers

2020 record: 6-9
Last week: 20
A tweet for 2020:

17. Washington Football Team

2020 record: 6-9
Last week: 15
A tweet for 2020:

18. Los Angeles Chargers

2020 record: 6-9
Last week: 22
A tweet for 2020:

19. Dallas Cowboys

2020 record: 6-9
Last week: 25
A tweet for 2020:

20. Las Vegas Raiders

2020 record: 7-8
Last week: 18
A tweet for 2020:

21. New England Patriots

2020 record: 6-9
Last week: 17
A tweet for 2020:

Love Actually, featuring Tom Brady and Bill Belichick pic.twitter.com/6Zki9ssoHY

— ESPN (@espn) December 29, 2020

22 . Minnesota Vikings

2020 record: 6-9
Last week: 19
A tweet for 2020:

23. Carolina Panthers

2020 record: 5-10
Last week: 24
A tweet for 2020:

24. Denver Broncos

2020 record: 5-10
Last week: 23
A tweet for 2020:

25. New York Giants

2020 record: 5-10
Last week: 21
A tweet for 2020:

26. Cincinnati Bengals

2020 record: 4-10-1
Last week: 29
A tweet for 2020:

27. Philadelphia Eagles

2020 record: 4-10-1
Last week: 26
A tweet for 2020:

28. Atlanta Falcons

2020 record: 4-11
Last week: 28
A tweet for 2020:

https://twitter.com/MichaelRyanRuiz/status/1343293440956772353
https://twitter.com/MichaelRyanRuiz/status/1343299478980354048

29. Houston Texans

2020 record: 4-11
Last week: 27
A tweet for 2020:

30. New York Jets

2020 record: 2-13
Last week: 32
A tweet for 2020:

jets knicks
winning pointless
games at the end
of the season and
missing out on a
star in the draft

— Adam Kudeimati (@adamkudeimati) December 21, 2020

31. Detroit Lions

2020 record: 5-10
Last week: 30
A tweet for 2020:

32. Jacksonville Jaguars

2020 record: 1-14
Last week: 31
A tweet for 2020:

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