Teams Reveal 2020 NFL Schedules With Videos On Social Media
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – NFL teams revealed their upcoming 2020 schedules by posting funny, creative, and unique videos on social media.
The NFL officially released the 2020 schedule on Thursday, May 7.
All 32 professional football organizations shared videos on their social media accounts to celebrate the 17-week schedules.
New England Patriots
The New England Patriots went the creative route in producing their schedule release video. New England pulled video from April’s NFL Draft to create a fake video conference call with the teams on its 2020 schedule. The call was hosted by the dog owned by Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, who made an appearance during the 2020 NFL Draft.
The Buffalo Bills introduced their schedule with the help of some healthcare workers on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.
New York Jets
The New York Jets revealed their schedule with an animated video.
The Miami Dolphins flipped through the channels on television that showed clips from movies and tv shows related to the teams on their 2020 schedule.
The Baltimore Ravens revealed their 16-game slate with clips from old televsion game shows.
The Pittsburgh Steelers published a hype video with highlights to release the team’s schedule.
The Cleveland Browns put together a touching video related to the coronavirus pandemic to reveal the organization’s 17-week schedule.
The Cincinnati Bengals’ schedule video played off a celebration from new rookie quarterback Joe Burrow that was filmed during LSU’s College Football Playoff victory.
The Houston Texans showed off their 2020 schedule with crayon drawings hung on a fridge.
The Tennessee Titans used a cartoon hero named “Titan Man” to highlight their 16-game schedule.
The Indianapolis Colts had some of their players announce the schedule in a “social distancing” format.
The Jacksonville Jaguars made a cat video to announced their schedule. Need I say more?
Kansas City Chiefs
The Super Bowl LIV champion Kansas City Chiefs used highlights to unveil their 2020 schedule. When you are the champs, you can do whatever you want.
The Denver Broncos went into “Full House” mode for their schedule release video.
Las Vegas Raiders
With the help of former and current players, the Las Vegas Raiders released a video announcing their first schedule as Nevada’s NFL team.
Los Angeles Chargers
Similar to the Patriots, the Los Angeles Chargers pieced together a fake video conference call to release their schedule.
Like other teams, the Philadelphia Eagles used clips from movies and television shows to unveil the team’s schedule.
The Dallas Cowboys thanked frontline healthcare workers and released the team’s 2020 schedule with their help.
New York Giants
With the help of fans, players, and celebrities, the New York Giants released a video on social media announcing the organization’s 16-game slate.
The Washington Redskins used a compilation of others videos from social media to reveal the team’s schedule.
Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers created a unique video with items related to the teams on the 2020 schedule.
The Minnesota Vikings posted a video of highlights and commentary from team executives to announce the 2020 schedule.
The Chicago Bears was unveiled with some retro looking CGI bears.
The Detroit Lions took advantage of the Animal Crossing video game craze and used the Nintendo game to highlight the 2020 schedule.
New Orleans Saints
The New Orleans Saints produced a touching video related to the coronavirus pandemic. The team posted the video to social media a few hours before the 2020 schedule was released.
The Atlanta Falcons went into Tony Stark mode in the team’s schedule release video.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers produced a game show to unveil the 2020 schedule.
The Carolina Panthers created a full-length music video to unveil the organization’s 16-game schedule.
San Francisco 49ers
The San Francisco 49ers’ schedule release video looks like the music intro to a 007 James Bond movie.
The Seattle Seahawks thanks heroes in their community in the team’s scheduling release video.
Los Angeles Rams
The Los Angeles Rams showed off their new stadium, Sofi Stadium, in the organization’s schedule release video.
The Arizona Cardinals posted a video conference call where the team’s owner, general manager, and head coach discussed the 2020 schedule.