Every NFL team plays:-every team from their own division twice (1 home, 1 away). (6 games).-One game against every team from one of the divisons of their own conference on a rotating 3 year cycle. (4 games)-One game against every team one of the divsions of the other conference on a rotating 4 year cycle (4 games)-The other two games are based on how the team finsished in their division the previous year: The teams that finished in first place in their division the previous season will play the all the other same-conference teams that finished in first in their respective division the previous year, excluding the team they already played based on "playing every team from one of the divisions of their own conference on a rotating 3 year cycle" The teams that fisnished in second place the previous season play the other teams that fisnished in second place the previous season, third place vs third place, and 4th place vs 4th place. Please realize though, that teams do not play teams outside of their conference based on this 1st place vs 1st place, 2nd place vs second place, etc thing.
NFL has 32 teams NFC has 16 teams AFC has 16 teams
Yes, the teams rotate interconference play based on divisions. For instance, the NFC East teams play the AFC South teams in 2010. In 2011, the NFC East will play the AFC East.
None of the AFC or NFC Championship games have ever been decided in an overtime period.
There are two groups of football teams: AFC and NFC. The teams with the most wins in the AFC go against each other in the Playoffs for the title of AFC Champions. The teams with the most wins in the NFC go against each other in the Playoffs for the title of NFC Champions. The AFC Champion team and the NFC Champion team are the teams in the Super Bowl.
NO. Always AFC v. NFC
Besides the teams that are in them none. Many people say the AFC has better teams.
The top teams in each of the eight divisions will automatically make the playoffs. Then there are two wildcard teams that make the playoffs from each conference (NFC & AFC). These two wildcard teams in each conference make the playoffs based off of who has the best record other than the four that have already won their division. If two teams have the same record, then they look at the head to head games, and then their point differential. Recap: 8 teams who win their conferences, 4 in each conference (NFC, AFC), automatically make it (AFC West, AFC East, AFC North, AFC South, NFC West, NFC East, NFC North, NFC South) 4 teams, 2 in each conference (NFC, AFC), who have the best records other than the teams in the conference who have already won their division.
I believe it's from the merge between the AFL and NFL the AFC teams are the American football league teams and the NFC the national football league.
Any AFC team, has to win the AFC Championship game, and any NFC team, has to win the NFC Championship!!
In 1970 the AFL and NFL merged. Two conferences were created: The AFC and the NFC. All of the old AFL teams became members of the AFC. The old NFL teams became members of the NFC. Three teams from the old NFL were moved to the AFC: The Baltimore Colts, the Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
AFC- AFC east, AFC west, AFC north, AFC south NFC- NFC east, NFC west, NFC north, NFC south
There are thirty two football teams in the NFL.AFC EASTPatriotsDolphinsJetsBillsNFC EASTCowboysGiantsRedskinsEaglesAFC NORTHBengalsSteelersRavensBrownsNFC NORTHBearsVikingsLionsPackersAFC SOUTHColtsJaguarsTexansTitansNFC SOUTHPanthersFalconsBucsSaintsAFC WESTBroncosChiefsChargersRaidersNFC WESTSeahawksCardinalsRams49ers
NFC meaning one of the two main divisions in the NFL? well in the NFL there are 32 teams, and in the NFC there are 16, and in the AFC there are 16
No, there will be no AFC or NFC teams at that time.
Florida has 3 NFL teams. Two in the AFC, Miami Dolphins (AFC East) and Jacksonville Jaguars (AFC South. One in the NFC, Tampa Bay Buccaneers. (NFC South)
Using the 2010 New York Giants schedule as an example ... 1) Since there are 4 teams in each division, there will 6 division games played. This leaves 10 games to schedule. * - So the Giants will play two games each against the Cowboys, Eagles, and Redskins, the other three teams in the NFC East. 2) 4 of those games are played against each team of another division within the conference. For example, the teams in the NFC East will alternate playing the teams in the NFC South, NFC North, and NFC West every three years. This leaves 6 games left to schedule. * - 2010 is the season the Giants are scheduled play the teams in the NFC North division as the Giants last played all the teams in the NFC North in the 2007 season. The Giants will play the Vikings, Bears, Lions, and Packers. If the NFL doesn't change the way they schedule games, the Giants will play all of the teams in the NFC North again in 2013. 3) 4 of those games are played against each team in a division of the other conference. For example, the teams in the NFC East will alternate playing the teams in the AFC East, AFC South, AFC North, and AFC West every four years. This leaves 2 games left to schedule. * - 2010 is the season the Giants are scheduled to play the AFC South as the Giants last played all the teams in the AFC South in the 2006 season. The Giants will play the Colts, Jaguars, Titans, and Texans. If the NFL doesn't change the way they schedule games, the Giants will play all of the teams in the AFC South again in 2014. 4) These 2 games are played against the other two teams in other divisions within the conference that finished in the same place, within the division, that the team finished. For example, the 2nd place team in the NFC East will play the 2nd place teams in the two divisions within the conference that they are not playing the entire division. If the NFC East is scheduled to play the NFC West in a season, these two games are scheduled against the same place teams in the NFC North and NFC South. * - Since the Giants finished in 3rd place in the NFC East in 2009 and they are scheduled to play the teams in the NFC North in 2010, they will play the 3rd place teams in the NFC South (Panthers) and NFC West (Seahawks). The way the NFL schedules games, 14 of the 16 regular season games are always known in advance. In 2011, the Giants will play 2 games against each team in the NFC East, 1 game against the each team in the NFC South since they last played that division in 2008, and 1 game against each team in the AFC East since they last played that division in 2007. The only two games that are unknown are the two games they play against the teams that finished in the same place within their division in the NFC North and NFC West.
The NFL Divisions are NFC North NFC South NFC East NFC West AFC North AFC South AFC East AFC West
The National Football League (NFL) consists of 32 teams and is divided into two conferences - the American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC) - each of which has 16 teams apiece. Each Conference is divided into 4 divisions - North, South, East and West. Each division has in it 4 teams apiece. So there is the AFC North, AFC South, AFC East and AFC West as well as the NFC North, AFC South, AFC East and AFC West. Visit nfl.com if you would like a complete listing of all the teams in each division - for brevity's sake i shalln't list them here. Hope this answers your question!
After the NFL/AFL merger in 1970. The first Super Bowl between NFC and AFC teams was Super Bowl V in January 1971.
Nfc 34, AFC 41
what does it means if the winner of the AFC and NFC means