26. Washington Football Team
After winning the NFC East with a record of 7-9 in 2020, the Washington Football Team entered Week 17 with a slim chance of still making the postseason despite once again owning a losing record. They had no chance of winning the East again though, as that was clinched by Dallas the prior week when they beat up on Washington.
This weekend, another East opponent handed WFT a loss as Philly won 20-16. That win improved the Eagles to 9-7 and dropped Washington to 6-10. It kept one team’s hopes alive and dashed the faint hope Washington still had.
Now, their focus needs to be on the offseason as there’s a lot to figure out — and we’re not just talking about getting a real name.
25. Seattle Seahawks
For the first time in months, the Seattle Seahawks looked like themselves as they dropped 51 points in a Week 17 win. The problem is, they did so against the Detroit Lions who are not only 2-13-1, but they were also starting Tim Boyle with Jared Goff out.
Even so, Russell Wilson was able to throw for four touchdowns and Rashaad Penny ran for an insane 170 yards and two touchdowns. It was their biggest win in a long time and since they’re now just 6-10, no one really cared.
What does concern fans is if this was the last time we saw Wilson playing at home for Seattle or not.