- Rob Weintraub's 2020 All-AFC North Team
- Rob Weintraub's 2020 All-NFC North Team
- Rob Weintraub's 2020 All-AFC South Team
- J.J. Watt to Arizona for $31 Million Over Two Years
- Rob Weintraub's 2020 All-NFC South Team
- Washington Football Team Announces Plan for New Name
- Rob Weintraub's Pac-12 Alumni Trophies
- Eagles Deal Carson Wentz to Colts
- ESPN: Daring Moves for All 32 NFL Teams
- ESPN: Players Who Have Declined/Improved in 2020
- ESPN: How The Playoff Races Will Be Won
- ESPN: Best Rookie Wide Receiver Seasons
- ESPN: Ranking The Undefeated Steelers
- ESPN: Ranking Remaining Schedule Strength
- ESPN: Best Veteran Contracts on Each Team
- ESPN: Tampa Bay is NFL's Best Team
With three clubs making the playoffs, this was perhaps the league's deepest division. Was there room for any Bengals on the team?
The Titans and Colts made the playoffs, and as you'd expect, they dominate the All-Division team.
J.J. Watt has picked his new team, and it's not one of the teams that had been rumored. Watt will head to Arizona for a two-year, $31 million contract with $23 million guaranteed.
The Saints won the division, but the Buccaneers won the Super Bowl. Will any Falcons or Panthers qualify for this team?
The Washington Football Team has launched a new website stating that "the future of Washington Football arrives in 2022." The Football Team will still be the Football Team for the 2021 season, but will launch with a new nickname starting in 2021.
The Pacific-12 can still boast some of the NFL's top offensive players. Yes, that includes quarterbacks such as Aaron Rodgers, Justin Herbert, and Gardner Minshew, but also linemen such as David Bakhtiari, Andrus Peat, Garrett Bolles, and Kolton Miller.
The cost: a 2021 third-round pick and a conditional 2022 pick that starts as a second-rounder but goes up to a first-rounder if Wentz plays 75% of the snaps next season or plays 70% of the snaps and the Colts go to the playoffs.
Despite the conference's reputation for offense, the Big 12 has produced plenty of quality defenders, including Xavien Howard, Chris Harris, Emmanuel Ogbah, and Jerry Hughes.