Most Interesting Facts About the NFL That’ll Blow Your Mind

Elmira | 08 - 02 - 2022
Facts about the NFL

America’s popular sport, the National Football League(NFL) is a professional American football league containing 32 teams. NFL teams are classified equally between the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC). With its highest attendance and TV ratings, NFL is regarded as one of the four major North American professional sports leagues. It is also known as the highest professional level of American football in the world. Challenge yourself with our latest quiz on the ‘amazing NFL facts’ quiz to increase your football knowledge on the NFL teams, Super Bowl Champions, and MVPs.

Fun Facts About the NFL That Every Fan Should Know

Did you know facts about the NFL? We have clubbed the most significant facts about the NFL that help impress your friends and family. Take our fun and informative NFL trivia questions to prove that you are a true fan!

What Does the NFL Stand for?
  • A. National Football Lesson
  • B. Nevada Football League
  • C. National Football League
  • D. None of the Above
  • Bill Belichick carries six Super Bowl titles with the New England Patriots. But when he was with the New York Giants as a defensive coordinator, Belichick received 2 Super Bowls, making it eight in total, 1 ahead of Tom Brady. Bill Belichick is also recognized as the only coach to win more Super Bowls titles than other coaches in NFL history.
  • Surprisingly, the Arizona Cardinals are older than Arizona state. The team was founded in 1898, while Arizona adopted it as a state in 1912.
  • An NFL game was first televised on October 22, 1939, in New York.
  • The NFL players didn’t wear helmets until 1943.
  • The Cardinals hold the longest drought in all professional sports, not winning a championship in 74 seasons.
  • Baltimore Ravens was derived from a poem titled The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe, a resident of Baltimore. The team mascots are named after Poe. Many people believed that the team was named after a bird.
  • NFL tournaments use Wilson footballs manufactured in Ada, Ohio.
  • The Pro Football Hall of Fame is located in Canton, Ohio as the Canton Bulldogs registered 25 winners at the beginning of the 1920s.
  • If all 256 regular-season games ended with a score of 7-7, the playoff was decided by a coin toss.
  • Jake Plummer is well-known for holding the most career tackles by a quarterback with 20.
  • Soldier Field, where the Chicago Bears play, is considered the oldest stadium in the NFL and was opened in 1924.
  • The only NFL team featuring a logo facing left is the Philadelphia Eagles.
  • The co-owner of the New York Giants, Steve Tisch is the only person to receive both an Oscar and a Super Bowl ring.
  • The Los Angeles Buccaneers never get the chance to play in Los Angeles.
  • Tom Brady became the best Draft bargain of all time, drafting 199th in the 2000 draft.
  • The Green Bay Packers are the only NFL team that is a nonprofit organization.

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