2020 Football Cards

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2020 Football Cards
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  • Brady’s Bunch: Tampa Bay Rides QB Legend to Super Bowl Title
  • Oceans of 11s: 11 Teams Win at Least 11 Games in Highest Scoring Season
  • QB Quotient: From Brady/Rodgers/Brees to Mahomes/Allen/Herbert
Full Summary

With the chance to coach any of 11 teams that won at least 11 games, plus a plethora of emerging stars elsewhere, Strat-O-Matic gamers will gorge on highlight plays by the NFL’s stars. 2020 was, after all, the highest-scoring season in NFL history.

Seventeen quarterbacks had passer ratings of 95 or higher. Ten threw for more than 30 touchdowns.

Prefer a sage veteran to direct your offense?. MVP Aaron Rodgers led Green Bay to a 13-3 record and topped all with at 121.5 passer rating and 48 TDs at age 37. Brady, at 43, had 40 TD passes and a 102.2 mark for 11-5 Tampa Bay and was the Super Bowl MVP. New Orleans’ Drew Brees, a mere 41, retired after completing 70.5% of his passes for a 106.4 rating and a 9-3 record. In a “down” year, Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger threw for 33 TDs and helped lead 12-4 Pittsburgh to the AFC Central title with tough competition from 11-5 Baltimore and Cleveland.

Rather have a young gun in the 25-and-younger crowd with all the up-side? Start with Patrick Mahomes, whose 38 TD throws and 108.2 rating led Kansas City to the best season record (14-2) and a return trip to the Super Bowl. But then realize that Houston’s Deshaun Watson passed for the most yards (4,823) and had a higher rating (112.4) after completing 70.2% of his throws and that 24-yar-old Josh Allen’s 13-3 Buffalo Bills scored 501 points, second only to Green Bay’s 509. Allen contributed 37 TDs passing and eight more rushing while connecting on 69.2% of his throws for a 107.2 rating. Offensive Rookie of the Year Justin Herbert of the LA Chargers tossed 31 TDs with a 98.3 rating.

The men who caught those passes included eight with at least 100 receptions, nine with at least 10 TDs, and an astonishing 18 with at least 1,000 yards. Buffalo’s Stefon Diggs led with 127 catches and 1,535 yards. Green Bay’s Davante Adams led with 18 TDs.

Tennessee’s Derrick Henry led the NFL with 2.027 yards and 17 TDs. Minnesota’s Dalvin Cook was next with 1,557 yards and 16 rush TDs. The seven other 1,000-yard runners included Baltimore’s QB, Lamar Jackson. New Orleans’ Alvin Kamara had “only” 932 yards rushing, but also caught 83 passes for 756 yards and added five receiving TDs to his 16 rushing.

Herbert was not the only sensational rookie. Indianapolis running back Jonathan Taylor rushed for 1,169 yards and 12 TDs. Minnesota wide receiver Justin Jefferson had 1,400 yards receiving. Undrafted running back James Robinson had 1,414 scrimmage yards and 10 TDs for Jacksonville.

Did somebody mention defense? Baltimore and Pittsburgh were 1-2 in fewest points allowed. The Steelers’ T.J. Watt led all pass rushers with 15 sacks. Next was repeat Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald of the LA Rams (13.5). Eight others were in double figures. Three dozen men had at least seven, including Defensive Rookie of the Year Chase Young of Washington.

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