As of the 2010-2011 season:
Cardinals: Really Bad
Falcons: Pretty Good
Panthers: Really Bad
Browns: Ok (Beat the Patriots) (Peyton Hillis= Beast!)
Packers: Amazing (Super Bowl XLV Champs!) (beastliest team eva!)
Saints: Ok (Surprising!)
Eagles: Almost Pretty Good
Steelers: Almost Amazing (Lost to Packers in Super Bowl XLV) Really Good
Chargers: Bad (When they lost LT)
Seahawks: Surprisingly Kinda Good
Buccaneers: Pretty Good
Titans: Bad (QB Problems)
Pittsburgh Steelers, Houston Texans, Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears, New York Giants, New York Jets, Buffalo Bills, Tennessee Titans, Washington Redskins, Cinncinati Bengals, New England Patriots, Cleveland Browns, San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders, San Fransisco 49ers, Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers, Atlanta Falcons, Dallas Cowboys, Indianopolis Colts, New Orleans Saints, Arizona Cardinals, Minnesota Vikings, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams, Seattle Seahawks, And I'm pretty sure that's all of them i May have left one out
New England Patriots, Foxborough, Massachusetts.
Buffalo Bills, Buffalo, New York
Miami Dolphins, Miami, Florida
New York Jets, East Rutherford, New Jersey
Baltimore Ravens, Baltimore, Maryland
Cincinnatti Bengals, Cincinnatti, Ohio
Cleveland Browns, Cleveland, Ohio
Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Houston Texans, Houston, Texas
Indianapolis Colts, Indianapolis, Indiana
Jacksonville Jaguars, Jacksonville, Florida
Tennessee Titans, Nashville, Tennessee
Denver Broncos, Denver, Colorado
Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City, Missouri
Oakland Raiders, Oakland, California
San Diego Chargers, San Diego Chargers
Dallas Cowboys, Irving, Texas
New York Giants, East Rutherford, New Jersey
Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Washington Redskins, Washington DC
Chicago Bears, Chicago, Illinois
Detroit Lions, Detroit, Michigan
Green Bay Packers, Green Bay, Wisconsin
Minnesota Vikings, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta, Georgia
Carolina Panthers, Charlotte, North Carolina
New Orleans Saints, New Orleans, Louisanna
Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay, Florida
Arizona Cardinals, Glendale, Arizona
San Francisco 49ers, San Francisco, California
Seattle Seahawks, Seattle,
Washington Redskins, Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins, Dallas Cowboys, Arizona Cardinals, Oakland Raiders, NY Giants, NY Jets, New England Patriots, Detriot Lions, Jaxonville Jaguars, Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears, Minnesota Vikings, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburg Steelers, Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, St. Louis Rams, Denver Broncos, San Fransisco 49ers, Cincinatti Bengals, Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens, Indianapolis Colts, New Orleans Saints, San Diego Chargers, Tennessee Titans, Carolina Panthers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Seattle Seahawks
New England Patriots
New York Jets
Kansas City Chiefs
San Diego Chargers
Green Bay Packers
New Orleans Saints
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New York Giants
San Francisco 49ers
St. Louis Rams
They are football teams that play for the National Football Leage
No NFL teams have no cheerleaders. They all have them and many of them.
4 teams in a division,16 teams in the NFC all by itself,16 teams in the AFC all by itself,and 32 teams all together.
All of them.
You need to have a ___________________________.
First of all, you are confusing the terms national league and American league used in baseball with football. Replace the word league with football. NFL has the National Football Conference and American Football Conference. There really is no difference, the difference is very similar to the differences between the American League and National League in baseball. Both Conferences are at the same level of play, play for the world championship with one team represting each (league in baseball, conference in football) in the final round of the playoffs, and in both baseball and football, each team plays the majority of games in their own (league in baseball, conference in football), but still plays a few of their games against teams from the other league or conference. These conferences were created after the NFL merged with a competing top-level league in 1970, the AFL (American Football League). All teams in the NFC are either expansion teams created after the merger, or were in the NFL before the merger. In the AFC, three teams that were in the NFL moved to the AFC the year of the merger so both conferences would have the same number of teams. Other than those three teams, all AFC teams were in the AFL or are expansion teams created after the merger.
They were guided for three decades or more by the winningest coaches in NFL history --Don Shula with the Miami Dolphins and the Baltimore Colts (347 wins), George Halas with the Chicago Bears (318 wins) and Tom Landry with the Dallas Cowboys (270 wins).
All states have college football teams, but not even half of the states have NFL teams.
The nfl is this a joke?
32 football teams NFL
There isn't an NFL team that does not end in s.
There are hundreds of thousands of football teams. Nobody knows all of them.
No one has the time to fill in all of those names.
The Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio Click on the 'NFL Rosters from 1920' link on this page to see the rosters for all teams from the NFL's start in 1920.