The NFL is a competitive league. A team celebrating a playoff berth one year can see its fortunes quickly come crashing down the next.
Luckily for other teams, however, that trend also works the opposite way.
Recently we’ve seen a number of last-place clubs earn a postseason spot the following year. The Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles finished at the bottom of the NFC East standings in 2016. The Jacksonville Jaguars accomplished a similar feat, claiming the AFC South title one year after finishing in the division’s cellar. The same happened to the 2016 Dallas Cowboys (4-12 in 2015), and 2015 Washington Redskins (4-12 in 2014).
Let’s turn our attention to the upc…
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