2020 NFL power rankings that are finals

A modest bunch of games were postponed — yet none were dropped — as the NFL explored through its different COVID-19 issues to show up on time at the first round of the postseason this end of the week.

The Kansas City Chiefs and the Green Bay Packers acquired merited byes in the extended season finisher design, which will include seven groups in every meeting unexpectedly.

Here are The Post’s last NFL Power Rankings for what has been an astounding 2020 season.

  1. Kansas City Chiefs, 14-2 (Last week: 1)

The Chiefs will hope to safeguard their Super Bowl title subsequent to conceding Patrick Mahomes and a few different starters a breather in Sunday’s season-finishing misfortune to the Chargers with their first-round AFC bye previously fixed. Hostile weapons Travis Kelce (1,416) and Tyreek Hill (1,276) completed second and eighth in the group in getting yards, separately.

  1. Green Bay Packers, 13-3 (2)

Losing left tackle David Bakhtiari to a season-finishing knee injury a week ago could end up being an intense hit to Green Bay’s title trusts, yet 37-year-old Aaron Rodgers ought to be the leader to win his third profession MVP grant in the wake of posting a vocation high 48 scores against only five captures for the NFC-driving Pack. Davante Adams has been brilliant, getting done with 115 gatherings for 1,374 yards and 18 TDs in only 14 games.

  1. Wild ox Bills, 13 (3)

The Josh Allen-Stefon Diggs combo likewise has been deadly in driving the perilous Bills to their first AFC East crown since 1995, ousting New England following a 11-year rule. Diggs drove the class in gatherings and accepting yards (127-1,535), while Allen turned into the primary quarterback in NFL history with at any rate 4,500 passing yards, 35 passing scores and five hurrying scores.

  1. New Orleans Saints, 12-4 (6)

The Saints withstood Drew Brees’ four-game nonappearance (broken ribs) to hold off Tampa Bay in the NFC South and secure the No. 2 seed in the gathering. Alvin Kamara (NFL-high 21 scores) is qualified to return for Sunday’s season finisher opener in the wake of missing the season finale following a positive COVID-19 test.

  1. Seattle Seahawks, 12 (4)

Russell Wilson chilled in the second half with just 12 score passes in Seattle’s last eight games in the wake of enlisting 28 in the initial eight. Pete Carroll’s safeguard got a move on over that stretch, permitting only 16 focuses per game to snatch the NFC West title unexpectedly since 2016 and the No. 3 seed in the gathering.

  1. Baltimore Ravens, 11-5 (8)

Lamar Jackson (second consecutive 1,000-yard hurrying season) and the Ravens are cresting at the perfect time, with five straight successes following a slow 6-5 beginning. On the other hand, John Harbaugh’s cruising crew had won 12 of every a line entering the end of the season games a year ago prior to getting closed down and skiped by the Titans, the current week’s rematch adversary.

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers, 12-4 (5)

The Steelers’ 11-0 beginning is ancient history with four annihilations in their last five games, in spite of the fact that Ben Roethlisberger didn’t play in Sunday’s misfortune to Cleveland with the AFC North previously wrapped up. Mike Tomlin’s group outstandingly completed toward the end in the class in hurrying offense with 84.4 yards per game.

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 11-5 (7)

By completing one game behind New Orleans, Tom Brady and the Bucs will make a trip to Washington to confront the 7-9 NFC East champs this end of the week. While old accomplice Bill Belichick and the Patriots are going home, Brady will make his 42nd postseason start subsequent to setting up 4,633 passing yards and 40 TDs (second-most in his vocation) in his first season in Tampa.

  1. Tennessee Titans, 11-5 (9)

The Titans pulled out a wild success Sunday over Houston to secure the AFC South and acquire a home game against the Ravens. All the exemplifications are merited for workhorse back Derrick Henry, the eighth part allied history with in excess of 2,000 hurrying yards in a single season.

  1. Cleveland Browns, 11-5 (10)

The Jets presently authoritatively own the longest season finisher dry spell in the group (2010) after Baker Mayfield and the Browns secured their first compartment since 2002, only three seasons after Cleveland completed 0-16. They draw Big Ben and the Steelers this week after scarcely beating their AFC North adversaries Sunday with reinforcement Mason Rudolph at quarterback.

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