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Heimteams zuerst genannt - alle Zeitangaben in MEZ - Tabellen ggf. Edition American Football. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Atlanta Falcons 44 : 27 10 : 3 13 : 7 0 : 10 21 : 7 Cleveland Browns - Pittsburgh Steelers 24 : 22 7 : 0 3 : 6 7 : 3 7 : 13 Cincinnati Bengals - Baltimore Ravens 3 : 38 0 : 10 3 : 7 0 : 21 0 : 0 Detroit Lions - Minnesota Vikings 35 : 37 6 : 7 10 : 14 13 : 10 6 : 6.
Buffalo Bills - Miami Dolphins 56 : 26 0 : 3 28 : 3 7 : 7 21 : Carolina Panthers - New Orleans Saints 7 : 33 7 : 7 0 : 9 0 : 10 0 : 7 1.
Indianapolis Colts - Jacksonville Jaguars 28 : 14 10 : 0 10 : 7 0 : 7 8 : 0 9. Houston Texans - Tennessee Titans 38 : 41 3 : 3 6 : 14 19 : 14 10 : 10 San Francisco 49ers - Seattle Seahawks 23 : 26 0 : 3 3 : 3 6 : 0 14 : Kansas City Chiefs - Los Angeles Chargers 21 : 38 7 : 7 7 : 17 0 : 7 7 : 7 Chicago Bears - Green Bay Packers 16 : 35 7 : 0 6 : 21 3 : 0 0 : Denver Broncos - Las Vegas Raiders 31 : 32 10 : 3 0 : 14 6 : 0 15 : Los Angeles Rams - Arizona Cardinals 18 : 7 0 : 7 12 : 0 3 : 0 3 : 0.
Philadelphia Eagles - Washington 14 : 20 0 : 10 14 : 7 0 : 0 0 : 3. Gesamt Division Conference Heim Auswärts. S N U TD-Pkt.
New York Jets H 27 : Miami Dolphins A 31 : Los Angeles Rams H 35 : Las Vegas Raiders A 30 : Tennessee Titans A 16 : Kansas City Chiefs H 17 : New York Jets A 18 : New England Patriots H 24 : Seattle Seahawks H 44 : Arizona Cardinals A 30 : Los Angeles Chargers H 27 : San Francisco 49ers A 34 : Pittsburgh Steelers H 26 : Denver Broncos A 48 : New England Patriots A 38 : 9.
Miami Dolphins H 56 : Indianapolis Colts H New England Patriots A 11 : Buffalo Bills H 28 : Jacksonville Jaguars A 31 : Seattle Seahawks H 23 : San Francisco 49ers A 43 : New York Jets H 24 : 0.
Los Angeles Rams H 28 : Arizona Cardinals A 34 : Los Angeles Chargers H 29 : Denver Broncos A 13 : New York Jets A 20 : 3. Cincinnati Bengals H 19 : 7.
Kansas City Chiefs H 27 : New England Patriots H 22 : Las Vegas Raiders A 26 : Buffalo Bills A 26 : Miami Dolphins H 21 : Seattle Seahawks A 30 : Las Vegas Raiders H 36 : Kansas City Chiefs A 10 : Denver Broncos H 12 : San Francisco 49ers H 6 : Buffalo Bills A 21 : New York Jets A 30 : Baltimore Ravens H 23 : Houston Texans A 20 : Arizona Cardinals H 20 : Los Angeles Chargers A 45 : 0.
Los Angeles Rams A 3 : Miami Dolphins A 12 : Buffalo Bills H 9 : New York Jets H 28 : Buffalo Bills A 17 : San Francisco 49ers H 13 : Indianapolis Colts A 7 : Denver Broncos H 28 : Arizona Cardinals H 10 : Miami Dolphins A 0 : Buffalo Bills H 10 : Kansas City Chiefs A 9 : New England Patriots H 27 : Los Angeles Chargers A 28 : Miami Dolphins H 3 : Las Vegas Raiders H 28 : Seattle Seahawks A 3 : Los Angeles Rams A 23 : Cleveland Browns H 23 : New England Patriots A 14 : New York Giants A 26 : Denver Broncos H 26 : Houston Texans H 28 : Philadelphia Eagles H 38 : Cleveland Browns H 38 : 7.
Tennessee Titans A 27 : Baltimore Ravens A 28 : Dallas Cowboys A 24 : Cincinnati Bengals H 36 : Jacksonville Jaguars A 27 : 3. Baltimore Ravens H 19 : Washington H 17 : Buffalo Bills A 15 : Cincinnati Bengals A 17 : Indianapolis Colts H 28 : Cleveland Browns A 22 : Cleveland Browns H Cleveland Browns H 38 : 6.
Houston Texans A 33 : Kansas City Chiefs H 20 : Washington A 31 : Cincinnati Bengals H 27 : 3. Philadelphia Eagles A 30 : Pittsburgh Steelers H 24 : Indianapolis Colts A 24 : New England Patriots A 17 : Tennessee Titans H 24 : Pittsburgh Steelers A 14 : Dallas Cowboys H 34 : Cleveland Browns A 47 : Jacksonville Jaguars H 40 : New York Giants H 27 : Cincinnati Bengals A 38 : 3.
Tennessee Titans A Baltimore Ravens A 6 : Cincinnati Bengals H 35 : Washington H 34 : Dallas Cowboys A 49 : Indianapolis Colts H 32 : Pittsburgh Steelers A 7 : Cincinnati Bengals A 37 : Las Vegas Raiders H 6 : Houston Texans H 10 : 7.
Philadelphia Eagles H 22 : Jacksonville Jaguars A 27 : Tennessee Titans A 41 : Baltimore Ravens H 42 : New York Giants A 20 : 6.
New York Jets A 16 : Pittsburgh Steelers A Los Angeles Chargers H 13 : Cleveland Browns A 30 : Philadelphia Eagles A 23 : Jacksonville Jaguars H 33 : Baltimore Ravens A 3 : Indianapolis Colts A 27 : Cleveland Browns H 34 : Tennessee Titans H 31 : Pittsburgh Steelers A 10 : Washington A 9 : New York Giants H 17 : Miami Dolphins A 7 : Dallas Cowboys H 7 : Pittsburgh Steelers H 27 : Houston Texans A 37 : Baltimore Ravens H 3 : Denver Broncos A 16 : Minnesota Vikings A 31 : Buffalo Bills H 42 : Houston Texans H 42 : Cincinnati Bengals A 20 : Chicago Bears H 24 : Indianapolis Colts H 17 : Baltimore Ravens A 30 : Indianapolis Colts A 45 : Cleveland Browns H 35 : Detroit Lions H 46 : Green Bay Packers A 14 : Houston Texans A 41 : Baltimore Ravens H Jacksonville Jaguars A 20 : Minnesota Vikings H 28 : New York Jets H 36 : 7.
Chicago Bears A 19 : Cleveland Browns A 23 : Cincinnati Bengals H 31 : Detroit Lions A 41 : Baltimore Ravens H 10 : Tennessee Titans A 34 : Green Bay Packers H 34 : Tennessee Titans H 26 : Houston Texans A 26 : Las Vegas Raiders A 44 : Houston Texans H 27 : Pittsburgh Steelers A 24 : Jacksonville Jaguars H 28 : Buffalo Bills A Kansas City Chiefs A 20 : Baltimore Ravens H 16 : Pittsburgh Steelers A 21 : Minnesota Vikings H 23 : Jacksonville Jaguars H 30 : Tennessee Titans A 36 : The league's licensing wing, NFL Properties earns the league billions of dollars annually; Rozelle's tenure also marked the creation of NFL Charities and a national partnership with United Way.
From to , the NFL did not have a set number of games for teams to play, instead setting a minimum. The league mandated a game regular season for each team beginning in , later shortening this to 11 games in and 10 games in , mainly due to World War II.
After the war ended, the number of games returned to 11 games in and to 12 in The NFL went to a game schedule in , which it retained until switching to the current game schedule in The NFL operated in a two-conference system from to , where the champions of each conference would meet in the NFL Championship Game.
If two teams tied for the conference lead, they would meet in a one-game playoff to determine the conference champion.
In , the NFL expanded from 15 teams to 16 teams. Instead of just evening out the conferences by adding the expansion New Orleans Saints to the seven-member Western Conference, the NFL realigned the conferences and split each into two four-team divisions.
The four division champions would meet in the NFL playoffs , a two-round playoff. Effectively a third-place game , pitting the two conference runners-up against each other, the league considers Playoff Bowls to have been exhibitions rather than playoff games.
The league discontinued the Playoff Bowl in due to its perception as a game for losers. Following the addition of the former AFL teams into the NFL in , the NFL split into two conferences with three divisions each.
The expanded league, now with twenty-six teams,  would also feature an expanded eight-team playoff, the participants being the three division champions from each conference as well as one 'wild card' team the team with the best win percentage from each conference.
In , the league added a second wild card team from each conference, bringing the total number of playoff teams to ten, and a further two wild card teams were added in to bring the total to twelve.
When the NFL expanded to 32 teams in , the league realigned, changing the division structure from three divisions in each conference to four divisions in each conference.
As each division champion gets a playoff bid, the number of wild card teams from each conference dropped from three to two. At the corporate level, the National Football League considers itself a trade association made up of and financed by its 32 member teams.
The NFL gave up the tax-exempt status in following public criticism; in a letter to the club owners, Commissioner Roger Goodell labeled it a "distraction", saying "the effects of the tax-exempt status of the league office have been mischaracterized repeatedly in recent years Every dollar of income generated through television rights fees, licensing agreements, sponsorships, ticket sales, and other means is earned by the 32 clubs and is taxable there.
This will remain the case even when the league office and Management Council file returns as taxable entities and the change in filing status will make no material difference to our business.
The league has three defined officers: the commissioner, secretary, and treasurer. Each conference has one defined officer, the president, which is essentially an honorary position with few powers and mostly ceremonial duties, including awarding the conference championship trophy.
The commissioner is elected by the affirmative vote of two-thirds or 18 whichever is greater of the members of the league, while the president of each conference is elected by an affirmative vote of three-fourths or 10 of the conference members.
He is the "principal executive officer "  of the NFL and also has authority in hiring league employees, negotiating television contracts, disciplining individuals that own part or all of an NFL team, clubs, or employed individuals of an NFL club if they have violated league bylaws or committed "conduct detrimental to the welfare of the League or professional football".
In extreme cases, the commissioner can offer recommendations to the NFL's Executive Committee up to and including the "cancellation or forfeiture"  of a club's franchise or any other action, he deems necessary.
The commissioner can also issue sanctions up to and including a lifetime ban from the league if an individual connected to the NFL has bet on games or failed to notify the league of conspiracies or plans to bet on or fix games.
NFL revenue is from three primary sources: NFL Ventures merchandising , NFL Enterprises NFL Network and NFL Sunday Ticket , which the league controls , and the television contract.
The league distributes such revenue equally among teams, regardless of performance. Most NFL teams' financial statements are secret.
The Kansas City Star obtained the Kansas City Chiefs' tax returns for — According to economist Richard D.
Wolff , the NFL's revenue model is in contravention of the typical corporate structure. By redistributing profits to all teams the NFL is ensuring that one team will not dominate the league through excessive earnings.
The NFL consists of 32 clubs divided into two conferences of 16 teams in each. Each conference is divided into four divisions of four clubs in each.
During the regular season, each team is allowed a maximum of 55 players on its roster; only 48 of these may be active eligible to play on game days.
Each NFL club is granted a franchise, the league's authorization for the team to operate in its home city. This franchise covers 'Home Territory' the 75 miles surrounding the city limits, or, if the team is within miles of another league city, half the distance between the two cities and 'Home Marketing Area' Home Territory plus the rest of the state the club operates in, as well as the area the team operates its training camp in for the duration of the camp.
Each NFL member has the exclusive right to host professional football games inside its Home Territory and the exclusive right to advertise, promote, and host events in its Home Marketing Area.
There are a couple of exceptions to this rule, mostly relating to teams with close proximity to each other: teams that operate in the same city e.
New York City and Los Angeles or the same state e. California, Florida, and Texas share the rights to the city's Home Territory and the state's Home Marketing Area, respectively.
Every NFL team is based in the contiguous United States. Although no team is based in a foreign country, the Jacksonville Jaguars began playing one home game a year at Wembley Stadium in London, England, in as part of the NFL International Series.
The 32 teams are organized into eight geographic divisions of four teams each. These divisions are further organized into two conferences, the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference.
The two-conference structure has its origins in a time when major American professional football was organized into two independent leagues, the National Football League and its younger rival, the American Football League.
The leagues merged in the late s , adopting the older league's name and reorganizing slightly to ensure the same number of teams in both conferences.
The NFL season format consists of a four-week preseason , a seventeen-week regular season each team plays 16 games , and a fourteen-team single-elimination playoff culminating in the Super Bowl, the league's championship game.
The NFL preseason begins with the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game , played at Fawcett Stadium in Canton. Currently, the thirteen opponents each team faces over the game regular season schedule are set using a pre-determined formula:  The league runs a seventeen-week, game regular season.
Since , the season has begun the week after Labor Day the first Monday in September and concluded the week after Christmas. Most NFL games are played on Sundays, with a Monday night game typically held at least once a week and Thursday night games occurring on most weeks as well.
Because high school and college teams typically play games on Friday and Saturday, respectively, the NFL cannot hold games on those days until the Friday before the third Saturday in December.
While Saturday games late in the season are common, the league rarely holds Friday games, the most recent one being on Christmas Day in NFL regular season matchups are determined according to a scheduling formula.
Within a division, all four teams play fourteen out of their sixteen games against common opponents — two games home and away are played against the other three teams in the division, while one game is held against all the members of a division from the NFC and a division from the AFC as determined by a rotating cycle three years for the conference the team is in, and four years in the conference they are not in.
The other two games are intraconference games, determined by the standings of the previous year — for example, if a team finishes first in its division, it will play two other first-place teams in its conference, while a team that finishes last would play two other last-place teams in the conference.
Although a team's home and away opponents are known by the end of the previous year's regular season, the exact dates and times for NFL games are not determined until much later because the league has to account for, among other things, the Major League Baseball postseason and local events that could pose a scheduling conflict with NFL games.
During the season, over , potential schedules were created by computers, 5, of which were considered "playable schedules" and were reviewed by the NFL's scheduling team.
After arriving at what they felt was the best schedule out of the group, nearly 50 more potential schedules were developed to try to ensure that the chosen schedule would be the best possible one.
Following the conclusion of the regular season, the NFL Playoffs, a fourteen-team single-elimination tournament, is then held.
Seven teams are selected from each conference: the winners of each of the four divisions as well as three wild card teams the three remaining teams with the best overall record.
These teams are seeded according to overall record, with the division champions always ranking higher than any of the wild card teams.
The winners of the Wild Card round advance to the Divisional Round, which matches the lower seeded team against the first seed and the higher seeded team against the second seed.
The winners of those games then compete in the Conference Championships, with the higher remaining seed hosting the lower remaining seed.
The AFC and NFC champions then compete in the Super Bowl to determine the league champion. The only other postseason event hosted by the NFL is the Pro Bowl , the league's all-star game.
Since , the Pro Bowl has been held the week before the Super Bowl ; in previous years, the game was held the week following the Super Bowl, but in an effort to boost ratings, the game was moved to the week before.
The Pro Bowl is not considered as competitive as a regular-season game because the biggest concern of teams is to avoid injuries to the players.
The National Football League has used three different trophies to honor its champion over its existence. The first trophy, the Brunswick-Balke Collender Cup , was donated to the NFL then APFA in by the Brunswick-Balke Collender Corporation.
The trophy, the appearance of which is only known by its description as a "silver loving cup", was intended to be a traveling trophy and not to become permanent until a team had won at least three titles.
The league awarded it to the Akron Pros, champions of the inaugural season; however, the trophy was discontinued and its current whereabouts are unknown.
A second trophy, the Ed Thorp Memorial Trophy , was issued by the NFL from to The trophy's namesake, Ed Thorp, was a referee in the league and a friend to many early league owners; upon his death in , the league created the trophy to honor him.
In addition to the main trophy, which would be in the possession of the current league champion, the league issued a smaller replica trophy to each champion, who would maintain permanent control over it.
The current location of the Ed Thorp Memorial Trophy, long thought to be lost,  is believed to be possessed by the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.
The current trophy of the NFL is the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The Super Bowl trophy was officially renamed in after Vince Lombardi , who as head coach led the Green Bay Packers to victories in the first two Super Bowls.
Unlike the previous trophies, a new Vince Lombardi Trophy is issued to each year's champion, who maintains permanent control of it.
The winning team chooses the company that makes the rings; each ring design varies, with the NFL mandating certain ring specifications which have a degree of room for deviation , in addition to requiring the Super Bowl logo be on at least one side of the ring.
The conference champions receive trophies for their achievement. The champions of the NFC receive the George Halas Trophy ,  named after Chicago Bears founder George Halas , who is also considered as one of the co-founders of the NFL.
The AFC champions receive the Lamar Hunt Trophy ,  named after Lamar Hunt , the founder of the Kansas City Chiefs and the principal founder of the American Football League.
Players on the winning team also receive a conference championship ring. The NFL recognizes a number of awards for its players and coaches at its annual NFL Honors presentation.
The most prestigious award is the AP Most Valuable Player MVP award. In the United States, the National Football League has television contracts with four networks: CBS , ESPN , Fox , and NBC.
Collectively, these contracts cover every regular season and postseason game. In general, CBS televises afternoon games in which the away team is an AFC team, and Fox carries afternoon games in which the away team belongs to the NFC.
These afternoon games are not carried on all affiliates, as multiple games are being played at once; each network affiliate is assigned one game per time slot, according to a complicated set of rules.
The league also provides RedZone , an omnibus telecast that cuts to the most relevant plays in each game, live as they happen.
In addition to the regional games, the league also has packages of telecasts, mostly in prime time, that are carried nationwide.
NBC broadcasts the primetime Sunday Night Football package', which includes the Thursday NFL Kickoff game that starts the regular season and a primetime Thanksgiving Day game.
ESPN carries all Monday Night Football games. In addition, 10 of the Thursday night games will be streamed live on Amazon Prime.
The Super Bowl television rights are rotated on a three-year basis between CBS, Fox, and NBC. Through the season, the NFL had a blackout policy in which games were 'blacked out' on local television in the home team's area if the home stadium was not sold out.
NFL regular season games accounted for 31 out of the top 32 most-watched programs in the fall season and an NFL game ranked as the most-watched television show in all 17 weeks of the regular season.
In addition to radio networks run by each NFL team, select NFL games are broadcast nationally by Westwood One known as Dial Global for the season.
These games are broadcast on over networks, giving all NFL markets access to each primetime game. The NFL's deal with Westwood One was extended in and continued through Some broadcasting innovations have either been introduced or popularized during NFL telecasts.
Among them, the Skycam camera system was used for the first time in a live telecast, at a preseason NFL game in San Diego between the Chargers and 49ers , and televised by CBS.
The NFL, as a one-time experiment, distributed the October 25, International Series game from Wembley Stadium in London between the Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars.
The game was live streamed on the Internet exclusively via Yahoo! In , the NFL began sponsoring a series of public service announcements to bring attention to domestic abuse and sexual assault in response to what was seen as poor handling of incidents of violence by players.
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