Obviously, this is not a normal season. Many considerations had to be made as the league missed a year, and as such, there was no data for any of the teams. Again, my game prediction model relies on individual QB results, team offence strength, and team defence strength. The increased time in between seasons has led to me being significantly less confident in the team-based metrics, and as a result, brings the team-based metrics closer together. For example, Winnipeg and Saskatchewan had the two best defences in the league in 2019, but it does not feel right to me to predict them to be as good as 2019. Likewise, one would expect Montreal, Toronto, and Ottawa to improve from their 2019 defensive performances based on new signings, coaching changes, etc..