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If every NFL Team Tied... It would depend on which games they won, how much they won by, etc., etc. The NFL has an elaborate tie-break procedure for these sort of incidents. Every team plays 6 divisional games, 6 conference (not-division), and 4 non-conference games. Within a division, the first tie-break is divisional record. So, if one team went 6-0 in the division, but 2-8 in all the other games, they would be the division winner. There are actually 12 levels of tie-breakers, though historically it's never had to get past the fifth level (Strength of Victory) for any playoff berth. Ultimately, if all 256 games finished in a 3-3 tie, the playoffs would be determined by coin flip
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Answer According to Fox Sports, the Atlanta Falcons had the highest payroll in the NFL in 2006 with $117,358,197. The Seattle Seahawks were second with a payroll… of $109,593,777. They were the only two teams with a payroll over $100,000,000. On the flipside, the Buffalo Bills had the lowest payroll in 2006 at $49,430,399. NFL Team with the Highest Salary i would say the patriots but i may be wrong
According to FOX Sports, the highest payroll in 2007 belonged to the Washington Redskins at $121,813,324.
Johnny Unitas. 17 years with the Baltimore Colts.
Yes. Some teams have done "retro" uniforms including helmets (partly in tribute, partly as a marketing ploy, I presume). The Cowboys annually have a white helmet w…ith blue star when they wear their retro white and blue jerseys paying homage to the early 60s unis.
Each team gets three challenges to use during the game. If a challenge is lost the play stands as called.
Yes, but they would have some crazy method of tie-breaking though.
The Detroit Lions. They were 0-16
No. The NFL (National Football League) is make up of 2 conferences. The AFC and NFC. Each conference is also broken down into 4 divisions, for a total of 8 divisions in th…e NFL. Throughout a typical NFL season teams usually play other teams within their own conference. NFC teams play other NFC teams, and AFC teams play other AFC teams. Teams sometimes do play a team from another conference from time to time but it doesn't happen regularly. The only time that NFC and AFC teams regularly play each other is during the pre-season (exibition) games which are not part of the regular season, and the SUPER BOWL which is (supposedly) the best NFC team against the best AFC team. NOTE: Very often, the teams in one conference may be far superior to teams in the other conference. That is why some Super bowls are a complete blowout even though the teams playing are technically the top 2 teams.
The Dallas Cowboys
san Diego chargers!!!!!!! go chargers!
Chicago Cardinals (Arizona Cardinals) 1943 0-10
I don't know, but it's fawking great, isn't it! GO COWBOYS! You can't stop dem boys! Superbowl win #6, here we come. Look out Steelers! DCfan17 - http://truebluefanclub.com/so…cialnet/profile.cfm?userid=05af309f-ca04-406e-abc3-f024237bf489 UPDATE I found this The Cowboys' wild-card victory over the Eagles marked the 13th time since 1970 that a team defeated an opponent three times in a season. / Three wins vs. opponent in season (since 2000) / YearTeamOpponent / 2009 | Cowboys | Eagles / 2008 | Steelers | Ravens / 2004 | Rams | Seahawks / 2002 | Steelers | Browns / 2000 | Giants | Eagles
The 2008 Detroit Lions were 0-16.
It has happened on several occassions, such as the Dallas Cowboys facing the Philadelphia Eagles in their 1990s Superbowl runs, the Tennessee Titans facing the Jacksonville Ja…guars in 1999, and the New England Patriots facing the Miami Dolphins in 1985 and 1997 and facing the New York Jets in 1985 and 2006.
They should be able to, provided that they are more than 3 years out of high school. So really, the only players who could do this are college seniors