This is your Barker's Chris Miller.
The NFL prides itself on parody.
Since 1990 at least four new teams have qualified for the post season every year.
Still, the league is dominated by a handful of blue blood organizations, but some of those teams might find their run at the top coming to an end.
Let's take a look at three of them in particular, and look at reasons why the Pittsburgh Steelers should be good in 2020.
Ben Roethlisberger comes back after season ending elbow surgery and joins up with the defense that managed to carry the team to an 18 8 record in his absence.
But if he can perform at a reasonably high level, the Steelers will be a contender.
However, in the more Jackson and the Ravens aren't going anywhere, and the Browns look like a talented roster that might have finally found its head coach post. Roethlisberger.
The Steelers are going to struggle unless they find an answer at quarterback.
Green Bay Packers were 13 and three last season, but nobody believed they were as good as their record indicated despite making it to the NFC championship game and instead of getting Aaron Rodgers the help he needed at skill positions, particularly wide receiver.
The Packers went ahead and drafted his replacement, Utah State quarterback Jordan Love, with the 26th overall pick.
The move caused friction between Rogers and Matt Leffler, and that kind of tension might carry over to the season and could even extend all the way up into the front office.
Either way, it's a potentially noxious situation in Green Bay.
And unless love proves to be the real deal, the Packers will likely struggle.
Finally, there's the New England Patriots.
Tom Brady is gone, but Bill Belichick's genius has many believing he'll turn Jared Stadium into the next Brady.
That typically doesn't happen.
Brady was on one of a kind talent in the Patriots when they couldn't play with him, like in 2008 when he went down with a week one knee injury that ended his season just weren't the same team.
New England still has a strong defense, but they won't have the fear factor that Brady gave them on offense.
And even if stadium is good, they haven't exactly surrounded him with a bunch of skilled weapons, which was Brady's problem in 2019.
The Patriots might still be good, but they're not going to be their usual fierce themselves.
So there you have it.
Three teams, typically at the top of the standings, who might find themselves falling towards the bottom starting in 2020 for a yard.
Barker. I'm Chris Muller.