Ranking These 8 NFL Teams By Their Chances Of Going WORST To FIRST In 2021

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NFL Last place teams, from worst to first?

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Going from worst in your division one year to first the next is a difficult and rare feat. The Washington Football Team was the lone NFL club to do it in 2020. And no team was able to go worst-to-first in 2019.

Most last-place finishers in 2020 stand very low chances of making the postseason in 2021, let alone winning their division. But hey, we’ve seen crazier things happen.

With that all said, let’s rank the eight last-place teams from 2020, based on their chances of winning their division in 2021.

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Host: Aaron Leger

Editor: Kyle McCormick

Writer: Alex Hoegler

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