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Here’s the best 2020 NFL Valentine’s Day cards (hope your sweetheart likes puns)

Tom Brady
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady thinks “you’re a 12 out of 10,” according to a Valentine’s Day card on the team’s website.
(Charles Krupa / Associated Press)

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Wait, why is there a panicked look on your face?

You forgot, didn’t you? Too busy thinking ahead to the NFL draft, right? That’s understandable — it is less than three months away now.

Well, don’t worry, you’ll be fine — at least you will be if your significant other is also a football fan. Here’s some of the best NFL Valentine’s Day cards — filled with some of the worst puns — that are sure to make your true love’s heart melt.

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Tom Brady, New England Patriots

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Tom Brady
(patriots.com)

Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens

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Lamar Jackson
(Twitter / @Ravens)

Joey Bosa, Chargers

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Joey Bosa
(Twitter / @Chargers)

Barry Sanders, Detroit Lions legend

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Barry Sanders
(Twitter / @Lions)

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Adoree’ Jackson, Tennessee Titans

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Adoree’ Jackson
(titansonline.com)

Ryan Fitzpatrick, Miami Dolphins

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Gardner Minshew, Jacksonville Jaguars

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Gardner Minshew
(Twitter / @Jaguars)

JuJu Smith-Schuster, Pittsburgh Steelers

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JuJu Smith-Schuster
(Twitter / @Steelers)

Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints

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Drew Brees
(Twitter / @Saints)

Derwin James, Chargers

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Derwin James
(Twitter / @Chargers)

Ndamukong Suh, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Ndamukong Suh
(Twitter / @Buccaneers)

Grady Jarrett, Falcons

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Grady Jarrett
(Twitter / @AtlantaFalcons)
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And just in case things don’t work out between you and your sweetheart ...

Najee Goode, Jacksonville Jaguars

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Najee Goode
(Twitter / @Jaguars)


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