The NFL's abrasive push towards pretending things are actually normal continued Thursday with the release of the 2020 season schedule for all 32 teams. Fans can now meticulously analyze every week's matchup to determine how their favorite team will pull off 11, maybe 12 wins this season--provided their eyes aren't already on Trevor Lawrence in 2021.

As is tradition lately, the social media teams of most NFL teams decided to not just host a live stream where they themselves analyzed the schedule, but also found a creative video to present every game of the regular season. Here are all the teams that dropped schedules.

AFC North 

Baltimore Ravens

The defending AFC North champions went with a gameshow theme as a nod to offensive coordinator Doc "Wink" Martindale, who's nicknamed after the longtime host of shows like Tic-Tac-Dough, Gambit, High Rollers, and Debt.

Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers went a bit more serious, showing team highlights from the last time Pittsburgh faced off against every team on their 2020 schedule.

Cleveland Browns

The Browns do not have a video showcasing their schedule, but instead have fallen back on a generic hype video from a season where they fell quite short of expectations.

Cincinnati Bengals

After kicking things off with a Rick Roll like it's 2011 again, the Bengals lean hard on the image of No. 1 overall pick Joe Burrow smoking a cigar. The schedule is revealed through individual cigars getting labeled with the corresponding opponents of each week -- including one that just says "Bye."

NFC North

Green Bay Packers

The Packers use a stop-motion video to reveal their schedule, with some sort of icon to represent each opponent. The food ones will almost certainly make you hungry.

Minnesota Vikings

The Vikings base their video on a call between a team executive and a league executive revealing the schedule. 

Chicago Bears

This video was produced by music video director Cole Bennett, and uses the beat from "WHATS POPPIN" by Jack Harlow, which Bennett also directed the video for. No clue where the creepy art design comes from.

Detroit Lions

The Lions ran with a Planet Earth-inspired idea and decided to stretch out their schedule reveal over eight minutes.

AFC East

New England Patriots

To way-too-serious Patriots did not put out a video for their schedule release. The brand commitment is strong.

Buffalo Bills

This will be the first of a few teams that decided to use medical workers as props for their schedule release video.

New York Jets

The Jets went with a video that was more explicitly sponsored than the other teams who released videos. Drawn images were used to represent the essence of their opponent, or highlights from previous matchups. 

Miami Dolphins

Sympathetic to what their fans likely did during halftime of their games, the Dolphins went with a channel-flipping theme that included a TV or movie clip associated with each opponent.

NFC East

Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles took the channel-flipping idea and modernized it by having their mascot switch through the clips on his tablet.

Dallas Cowboys

This video alternates between Cowboys players thanking frontline workers who are battling the coronavirus and the frontline workers themselves. Of course, Jerry Jones appears first.

New York Giants

There's a mix of former Giants stars, super fans, and professional athletes revealing this schedule, all shot to look like they're passing the same sheet of paper.

Washington Redskins

Player workout highlights are shown with a different week's matchup on them.

AFC South

Houston Texans

The Texans used adorable drawings from kids of each matchup on their schedule. Not only is it kind of cute, but it also prevents clueless pundits like me from making any snide remarks about the final product.

Tennessee Titans

The Titans have been transformed into a cartoon hero who goes through a spate of 16 trials to reach a mountain top.

Indianapolis Colts

Colts players showed how they were social distancing as each one that was featured read off an opponent and the week the team will play said opponent. Someone get Nyheim Hynes a new phone.

Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars used videos of cats doing weird cat stuff. There's not much more to say if you've been on the internet at any time since 2009.

NFC South

New Orleans Saints

There's no schedule release video from the Saints. Instead, the team put out a video of food being delivered on behalf of the team to frontline workers in the cities of their upcoming opponents -- so Philly cheesesteaks were delivered to hospital workers in Philadelphia on behalf of New Orleans. A very charitable form of trash talk.

Atlanta Falcons

The Falcons give their take on the "using some funny clip to represent each opponent" idea and twist it with whatever theme they based their new uniforms on.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Bucs had players guess what their upcoming schedule was.

Carolina Panthers

This video is shot like it's going through a day in someone's life with hints of Tiger King and TikTok references to boot.

AFC West

Kansas City Chiefs

No schedule release video for the reigning Super Bowl champions. Truly a power move.

Denver Broncos

The Full House theme isn't novel, but it still never fails to put a smile on someone's face -- particularly the final clip of John Elway on a scooter.

Las Vegas Raiders

You know what this video won't do? Get you to internalize the Raiders' new hometown any quicker.

Los Angeles Chargers

The Chargers are another team that used frontline workers for their schedule release video, kicking things off with a heartfelt message of encouragement of all those who read off opponents and offering to cover $1,000 worth of groceries on behalf of the team. 

NFC West

San Francisco 49ers

The first truly creative approach to this reveal comes from the 49ers, who based their video off of the opening to Westworld

Seattle Seahawks

In another frontline workers video, Seahawks players and coaches video call different individuals to thank them for their work and give them season tickets for the upcoming year.

Los Angeles Rams

The Rams put their giant video board to good use and used it to reveal their 2020 schedule.

Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals revealed their schedule through gifs.