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The NFL (National Football League) is a professional American football league consisting of 32 teams in total, divided equally between the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC). The NFL is one of North America’s four major professional sports leagues and the world’s highest professional level of American football.

The NFL was initially founded in 1920 as the American Professional Football Association (APFA) and adopted its current name in 1922. The league consisted of 14 teams, and it has since grown to its current size of 32 teams.

Over the years, the NFL has seen many great teams and players, becoming one of the most popular sports leagues in the world. The league holds an annual draft in which teams can select new players, and it also has a playoff system to determine the champion each year. Finally, the Super Bowl winning team, the annual championship game, is crowned the NFL champion.

Some notable moments in the history of the NFL include the creation of the first Super Bowl in 1966, the merger of the NFL and the AFL in 1970, and the introduction of the salary cap in 1994. The NFL continues to be a major force in sports and entertainment, with millions of fans and billions of dollars in revenue.

YearEvent
1920American Professional Football Association (APFA) founded
1922Renamed National Football League (NFL)
1932Chicago Bears and Portsmouth Spartans played in the first ever playoff game, which ended in a tie
1933NFL split into two divisions: the Eastern and Western Divisions
1966First Super Bowl held
1970Merged with American Football League (AFL)
1978League reorganized into four divisions: the NFC East, NFC Central, NFC West, and AFC East, AFC Central, AFC West
1995NFL expanded to 30 teams with the addition of the Jacksonville Jaguars and Carolina Panthers
2002NFL expanded to 32 teams with the addition of the Houston Texans
2006NFL introduced the flexible scheduling system for the final seven weeks of the NFL regular season
2007NFL implemented the “Brett Favre Rule,” which allows teams to trade for players during the season
2011NFL reached a labor agreement with the players’ union, ending a lockout
2012NFL implemented new rules to promote player safety, including regulations related to concussions
2014NFL began using “sky judges” to help officiate games
2020NFL played an entire season amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with numerous safety protocols in place

NFL FAQs

How many teams are in the NFL?

There are 32 teams in the NFL, divided equally into the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC).

How many games are in an NFL season?

There are 16 regular season games in an NFL season, played over a span of 17 weeks.

How many teams make the playoffs in the NFL?

12 teams make the playoffs in the NFL: 6 from the NFC and 6 from the AFC. The top seed from each conference earns a first-round bye and also home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.

How many players are on an NFL team?

Each NFL team can have a maximum of 53 players on its active roster.

What is the Super Bowl?

The NFL Super Bowl is the annual championship game, played between the winners of the NFC and AFC conferences. The winning team is crowned the NFL champion.

Who has won the most MVP awards in the NFL?

Peyton Manning has won the most MVP awards in the NFL with 5, followed by Tom Brady with 4.

How is the NFL draft conducted?

The NFL draft is an annual event in which teams select new players who have completed their college eligibility. The order in which teams make their selections are determined by their record in the previous season, with the worst team picking first and the best team picking last.