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SUPER BOWLS

The Super Bowl is the final game to determine the winner of the NFL, with the winner of the AFC battling the winner of the NFC. The Champion wins the esteemed Vince Lombardi Trophy. The first Super Bowl was at the end of the 1966 season, before then teams won a league championship.

Below is a table showing how many Super Bowl wins and losses each team have.

* Denotes teams who also won a Super Bowl before the 1970 NFL merger

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Team SB
Wins
SB
Losses
Last
Won
Arizona
Cardinals
0 1 -
Atlanta
Falcons
0 2 -
Baltimore
Ravens
2 0 2012
Buffalo
Bills
0 4 -
Carolina
Panthers
0 2 -
Chicago
Bears
1 1 1985
Cincinnati
Bengals
0 2 -
Cleveland
Browns
0 0 -
Dallas
Cowboys
5 3 1995
Denver
Broncos
3 5 2015
Detroit
Lions
0 0 -
Green Bay
Packers*
4 1 2010
Houston
Texans
0 0 -
Indianapolis
Colts
2 2 2006
Jacksonville
Jaguars
0 0 -
Kansas
Chiefs*
1 1 1969
Los Angeles
Chargers
0 1 -
Los Angeles
Rams
1 2 1999
Miami
Dolphins
2 3 1973
Minnesota
Vikings
0 4 -
New England
Patriots
5 4 2016
New Orleans
Saints
1 1 2009
New York
Giants
4 1 2011
New York
Jets*
1 0 1968
Oakland
Raiders
3 2 1983
Philadelphia
Eagles
0 2 -
Pittsburgh
Steelers
6 2 2008
San Francisco
49ers
5 5 1994
Seattle
Seahawks
1 2 2013
Tampa Bay
Buccaneers
1 0 2002
Tennessee
Titans
0 1 -
Washington
Redskins
3 2 1991

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Conference Champion is the winner of either the AFC or NFC. The Conference Championship is essentially the Semi-Final to reach the Super Bowl - the last two remaining AFC and NFC teams battle each other to reach the Super Bowl.

Below is a table showing how many Conference Championships each team has won and lost.

* Denotes teams who also won Conference Championships before the 1970 NFL Merger

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Team Conf
Wins
Conf
Losses
Last
Won
Arizona
Cardinals
1 1 2008
Atlanta
Falcons
2 2 2016
Baltimore
Ravens
2 2 2012
Buffalo
Bills*
4 1 1993
Carolina
Panthers
2 2 2015
Chicago
Bears*
4 3 2006
Cincinnati
Bengals
2 0 1988
Cleveland
Browns*
11 3 1969
Dallas
Cowboys*
10 6 1995
Denver
Broncos
8 2 2015
Detroit
Lions*
4 1 1957
Green Bay
Packers*
9 4 2010
Houston
Texans
0 0 -
Indianapolis
Colts*
7 4 2009
Jacksonville
Jaguars
0 2 -
Kansas
Chiefs*
0 1 -
Los Angeles
Chargers
1 3 1994
Los Angeles
Rams*
6 6 2001
Miami
Dolphins
5 2 1984
Minnesota
Vikings*
4 5 1976
New England
Patriots
9 4 2016
New Orleans
Saints
1 1 2009
New York
Giants*
11 0 2011
New York
Jets
0 4 -
Oakland
Raiders
4 7 2002
Philadelphia
Eagles*
3 4 2004
Pittsburgh
Steelers
8 8 2010
San Francisco
49ers
6 9 2012
Seattle
Seahawks
3 1 2014
Tampa Bay
Buccaneers
1 2 2002
Tennessee
Titans
1 3 1999
Washington
Redskins
5 1 1991

DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIPS

The NFL is comprised of 8 Divisions - 4 in the AFC and 4 in the NFC. Each Division has 4 teams, and the winner of their Division automatically gets into the Playoffs, and a chance to win the Super Bowl. Before 2002, there were only 6 Divisions.

Below is a table showing how many Division Championships each team has won and the last time they won.

* Denotes teams who also won Division Championships before the 1970 NFL Merger

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Team Div
Champs
Last
Won
Arizona
Cardinals*
7 2015
Atlanta
Falcons
6 2016
Baltimore
Ravens
4 2012
Buffalo
Bills*
10 1995
Carolina
Panthers
6 2015
Chicago
Bears*
18 2010
Cincinnati
Bengals
9 2015
Cleveland
Browns*
12 1989
Dallas
Cowboys*
22 2016
Denver
Broncos
15 2015
Detroit
Lions*
4 1993
Green Bay
Packers*
18 2016
Houston
Texans
4 2016
Indianapolis
Colts*
16 2014
Jacksonville
Jaguars
2 1999
Kansas
Chiefs*
9 2016
Los Angeles
Chargers*
15 2009
Los Angeles
Rams*
15 2003
Miami
Dolphins
13 2008
Minnesota
Vikings*
19 2015
New England
Patriots*
19 2016
New Orleans
Saints
5 2011
New York
Giants*
16 2011
New York
Jets*
4 2002
Oakland
Raiders*
15 2002
Philadelphia
Eagles*
13 2013
Pittsburgh
Steelers
22 2016
San Francisco
49ers
19 2012
Seattle
Seahawks
10 2016
Tampa Bay
Buccaneers
6 2007
Tennessee
Titans*
9 2008
Washington
Redskins*
14 2015

PLAYOFFS

The Playoffs are a knockout style competition at the end of the NFL season, to determine who reaches the Super Bowl. 12 teams enter the Playoffs - 6 for the AFC and 6 for the NFC. Every Divison winner gets automatic entry, and the remaining 2 places go to the best 2 remaining teams in each Conference.

Below is a table showing how many times each team has reached the Playoffs, their last appearance, and also their playoff Win/Loss record.

* Denotes teams who also made the Playoffs before the 1970 NFL Merger

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Team Playoffs
Reached
Last
App
Games Wins Losses Win %
Arizona
Cardinals*
10 2015 16 7 9 43.8
Atlanta
Falcons
13 2016 22 9 13 40.9
Baltimore
Ravens
10 2014 23 15 8 65.2
Buffalo
Bills*
17 1999 29 14 15 48.3
Carolina
Panthers
7 2015 16 9 7 56.3
Chicago
Bears*
26 2010 35 17 18 48.6
Cincinnati
Bengals
14 2015 19 5 14 26.3
Cleveland
Browns*
28 2002 36 16 20 44.4
Dallas
Cowboys*
32 2016 61 34 27 55.7
Denver
Broncos
22 2015 42 23 19 54.8
Detroit
Lions*
18 2016 20 7 13 35
Green Bay
Packers*
32 2016 56 34 22 60.7
Houston
Texans
4 2016 7 3 4 42.9
Indianapolis
Colts*
27 2007 45 22 23 48.9
Jacksonville
Jaguars
6 2007 11 5 6 45.5
Kansas
Chiefs*
19 2016 25 9 16 36
Los Angeles
Chargers*
18 2013 28 11 17 39.3
Los Angeles
Rams*
27 2004 43 19 24 44.2
Miami
Dolphins
23 2016 41 20 21 48.8
Minnesota
Vikings*
28 2015 47 19 28 40.4
New England
Patriots*
24 2016 51 32 19 62.7
New Orleans
Saints
10 2013 16 7 9 43.8
New York
Giants*
32 2016 49 24 25 49
New York
Jets*
14 2010 25 12 13 48
Oakland
Raiders*
22 2016 44 25 19 56.8
Philadelphia
Eagles*
24 2013 40 19 21 47.5
Pittsburgh
Steelers*
30 2016 60 36 24 60
San Francisco
49ers*
26 2013 52 31 21 59.6
Seattle
Seahawks
16 2016 31 16 15 51.6
Tampa Bay
Buccaneers
10 2007 15 6 9 40
Tennessee
Titans*
21 2008 33 14 19 42.4
Washington
Redskins*
24 2015 42 23 19 54.8

REGULAR SEASONs RECORD

Every season, each team plays 17 regular season games. The teams with the best record at the end of the season end up in the Playoffs.

Below is a table showing each team's first season, and regular season Win/Loss record.

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Team First
Season
Games Wins Losses Ties Win %
Arizona
Cardinals
1920 1314 542 732 40 42.8
Atlanta
Falcons
1966 784 341 437 6 43.9
Baltimore
Ravens
1996 336 181 154 1 54
Buffalo
Bills
1960 868 400 460 8 46.5
Carolina
Panthers
1995 352 172 179 1 49
Chicago
Bears
1920 1354 744 568 42 56.5
Cincinnati
Bengals
1968 756 344 408 4 45.8
Cleveland
Browns
1950 995 509 473 13 51.8
Dallas
Cowboys
1960 866 493 367 6 57.3
Denver
Broncos
1960 868 465 393 10 54.1
Detroit
Lions
1930 1217 544 641 32 46
Green Bay
Packers
1921 1320 730 553 37 56.7
Houston
Texans
2002 240 106 134 0 44.2
Indianapolis
Colts
1953 950 502 441 7 53.2
Jacksonville
Jaguars
1995 352 155 197 0 44
Kansas
Chiefs
1960 867 447 408 12 52.1
Los Angeles
Chargers
1960 868 426 431 11 49.7
Los Angeles
Rams
1937 1119 544 554 21 49.6
Miami
Dolphins
1966 784 439 341 4 56.3
Minnesota
Vikings
1961 854 457 387 10 54.1
New England
Patriots
1960 868 476 383 9 55.4
New Orleans
Saints
1967 770 338 427 5 44.2
New York
Giants
1925 1289 684 572 33 54.3
New York
Jets
1960 868 392 468 8 45.6
Oakland
Raiders
1960 868 456 401 11 53.2
Philadelphia
Eagles
1933 1172 555 591 26 48.5
Pittsburgh
Steelers
1933 1176 606 549 21 52.4
San Francisco
49ers
1950 1040 560 464 16 54.6
Seattle
Seahawks
1976 644 325 318 1 50.5
Tampa Bay
Buccaneers
1976 644 250 393 1 38.9
Tennessee
Titans
1960 868 413 449 6 47.9
Washington
Redskins
1932 1186 586 572 28 50.6

HALL OF FAMERS

The most prestigious achievement for any player, coach or owner is to enter into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. There have been lots of great players, coaches etc throughout the history of the NFL, but only the best are lucky enough to be enshrined into the Hall of Fame.

Below is a table showing how many Hall of Famers each team has produced.

* Although some teams have had many Hall of Famers perform for them, only the people who made the biggest contribution at their respective team count.

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Team HOF
Arizona
Cardinals
13
Atlanta
Falcons
2
Baltimore
Ravens
1
Buffalo
Bills
10
Carolina
Panthers
0
Chicago
Bears
27
Cincinnati
Bengals
1
Cleveland
Browns
16
Dallas
Cowboys
16
Denver
Broncos
5
Detroit
Lions
15
Green Bay
Packers
24
Houston
Texans
0
Indianapolis
Colts
13
Jacksonville
Jaguars
0
Kansas
Chiefs
11
Los Angeles
Chargers
9
Los Angeles
Rams
18
Miami
Dolphins
10
Minnesota
Vikings
13
New England
Patriots
4
New Orleans
Saints
4
New York
Giants
19
New York
Jets
5
Oakland
Raiders
16
Philadelphia
Eagles
9
Pittsburgh
Steelers
21
San Francisco
49ers
15
Seattle
Seahawks
4
Tampa Bay
Buccaneers
4
Tennessee
Titans
8
Washington
Redskins
19

ALL STATS

This final table contains all the most important stats from every category.

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Team Super
Bowls
Conf
Champs
Div
Champs
Playoffs HOF First
Season
Total
Games
Total
Wins
Total
Losses
Total
Ties
Total
Win %
Arizona
Cardinals
0 1 7 10 13 1920 1330 549 741 40 42.8
Atlanta
Falcons
0 2 6 13 2 1966 806 350 450 6 43.8
Baltimore
Ravens
2 2 4 10 1 1996 359 196 162 1 54.7
Buffalo
Bills
0 4 10 17 10 1960 897 414 475 8 46.6
Carolina
Panthers
0 2 6 7 0 1995 368 181 186 1 49.3
Chicago
Bears
1 4 18 26 27 1920 1389 761 586 42 56.3
Cincinnati
Bengals
0 2 9 14 1 1968 775 349 422 4 45.3
Cleveland
Browns
0 11 12 28 16 1950 1031 525 493 13 51.6
Dallas
Cowboys
5 10 22 32 16 1960 927 527 394 6 57.2
Denver
Broncos
2 8 15 22 5 1960 910 488 412 10 54.2
Detroit
Lions
0 4 4 18 15 1930 1237 551 654 32 45.8
Green Bay
Packers
4 9 18 32 24 1921 1376 764 575 37 56.9
Houston
Texans
0 0 4 4 0 2002 247 109 138 0 44.1
Indianapolis
Colts
2 7 16 27 13 1953 995 524 464 7 53
Jacksonville
Jaguars
0 0 2 6 0 1995 363 160 203 0 44.1
Kansas
Chiefs
1 0 9 19 11 1960 892 456 424 12 51.8
Los Angeles
Chargers
0 1 15 18 9 1960 896 437 448 11 49.4
Los Angeles
Rams
1 6 15 27 18 1937 1161 563 577 21 49.4
Miami
Dolphins
2 5 13 23 10 1966 827 460 363 4 55.9
Minnesota
Vikings
0 4 19 28 13 1961 901 476 415 10 53.4
New England
Patriots
5 9 19 24 4 1960 919 508 402 9 55.8
New Orleans
Saints
1 1 5 10 4 1967 786 345 436 5 44.2
New York
Giants
4 11 16 32 19 1925 1338 708 597 33 54.1
New York
Jets
1 0 4 14 5 1960 893 404 481 8 45.7
Oakland
Raiders
3 4 15 22 16 1960 912 481 420 11 53.3
Philadelphia
Eagles
0 3 13 24 9 1933 1212 574 612 26 48.4
Pittsburgh
Steelers
6 8 22 30 21 1933 1236 642 573 21 52.8
San Francisco
49ers
5 6 19 26 15 1950 1092 591 485 16 54.9
Seattle
Seahawks
1 3 10 16 4 1976 675 341 333 1 50.6
Tampa Bay
Buccaneers
1 1 6 10 4 1976 659 256 402 1 38.9
Tennessee
Titans
0 1 9 21 8 1960 901 427 468 6 47.7
Washington
Redskins
3 5 14 24 19 1932 1228 609 591 28 50.7

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