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The NFL is one of the most popular sports leagues in the USA. The NFL has been around for 100 years as of 2020. There are currently 32 teams and these teams cover most of the major cities in America. This has allowed fans to have a team of their own usually within driving distance. The National Football League has the ability to fill stadiums all around the country as well as demand a very large audience on television. Many fans have developed relationships that are passed down like family heirlooms on which teams to root for and which teams to dislike.

The NFL games have been so popular on Sunday that they expanded their schedule to allow for games to be played on Monday Nights, Thursday Nights, and even Saturdays during the playoffs. It almost seems as if the NFL fans cannot get enough of their favorite teams. In 2021 there is talk about expanding the regular season from 16 games to possibly 17. This will throw some of the records out of whack but if fans want more football then the league should provide what the fans want.

Within the history of the NFL, there certainly are some teams that have done better than others throughout time. The 10 best overall teams historically are the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, New York Giants, Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders, and Washington Football Team (Redskins). The worst five teams are the New York Jets, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Cincinnati Bengals. Everyone else is somewhere in the middle. One of the more interesting things about these records of success is the teams that have not enjoyed tons of success seem to still have a good fan base, and when one of these cellar dweller teams pops up in the rankings and has a good year their fans come out of dormancy and support them like no other.

The NFL consists of two major conferences and they have been fairly balanced throughout time. You have the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference. The winner of each conference meets in the Super Bowl every year. Within each conference, there are four divisions. Each division contains some of the most hated rivalries because they have to play each other twice a year. The divisions for each conference are named the North, South, East, and West. Some of the other rivalries are based on geography and older alignments within the conferences and divisions. The top ten biggest rivalries in the NFL are Chargers vs Broncos, Jets vs Patriots, Raiders vs Chiefs, Steelers vs Ravens, Falcons vs Saints, Packers vs Bears, Bills vs Dolphins, 49ers vs Rams, Eagles vs Cowboys, and The Redksins vs Cowboys. The matchups are the most anticipated of each year and bragging rights are substantial. These games are usually some of the most attended regardless of the records of either team.

With all that the NFL has to offer each season, it's hard not to want to attend a game in person. Check back around May 7th to see which games your favorite team gets to host and play on the road. This also provides almost every team with a shot at winning the next Super Bowl Tickets.