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EVP - FO. From to , and again from to , the league did not have equal numbers of teams in every division, so not every team's opposition could be determined by the same means.
While teams playing against their division rivals twice each has been a tradition since at least the AFL—NFL merger , not all teams would play the same amount of divisional games between the divisions due to the imbalances that had existed.
The AFC Central in between and , consisting of six teams resulting in part from the Cleveland Browns relocation controversy , forced teams to play ten intradivision games in a game schedule.
The only time since the merger that the league has been completely "balanced" has been from to with six divisions of five teams each and since with eight divisions of four teams each.
From up to , most teams always played four of the teams from a division in the other conference on a rotating basis with certain exceptions differing between time periods , while lacking a rotary schedule within its own conference; this meant that while a team would be more likely to play every team in the other conference on a regular basis, they could go far longer without playing every team in their own.
For example, between when the leagues merged and when the current schedule was introduced the Denver Broncos and the Miami Dolphins played only 6 times, including a stretch where they met only once between and When the divisions were balanced between and , each team would play a home and away series against their divisional rivals 8 games , two teams from each of the other divisions within the conference two having finished the same place, and two others determined by where they placed in the standings , and four teams from a division in the other conference by the aforementioned rotary basis where the team placed in the standings determines which team in the interconference division they will not play, and that team would have the "polar opposite" place i.
The scheduling formula before was very similar, except in a modified format to fit not having fully balanced divisions. During these years, teams in five-team divisions who did not finish last would not normally face a 5th place team outside their division, whether or not those teams were intraconference.
There was a special so-called "last place" or "fifth-place" schedule for teams who finished in last place in a five-team division.
In addition to their division games, a team who finished in last place in the previous season would also primarily play the other teams who finished in last place in their respective divisions the intraconference one would be played twice to fill a void otherwise taken by a third team that finished the same place , plus all the clubs in the four team division in their conference.
An example of this is also shown to the right. The teams in a four-team division played only six divisional games, as opposed to the eight that teams in five-team divisions had played.
This void would be filled by having to play against the 5th place teams in their conference in addition to their regular scheduling, hence tying to the "fifth-place" schedule.
There have been proposals to expand the regular season schedule to 17 or 18 games per team. Current Commissioner Roger Goodell has said he favors expanding it to 18 games.
The collective bargaining agreement signed in maintained the sixteen game regular season schedule. The NFL has reintroduced a proposal extending the season to 17 weeks, compensating with a second bye week , for the collective bargaining agreement negotiations.
The 17th game would be played at a neutral site, which would allow teams to not sacrifice a home game to play in the International Series and make up to 16 games available to be played abroad or in non-NFL venues each year.
This chart displays the current schedule of division match-ups, based on the three-year intra-conference and four-year inter-conference rotations in place since In each year, all four teams in each division listed at the top will play one game against all four teams in both of the divisions to which it has been assigned — one from the AFC , the other from the NFC.
To date, several NFL regular season games have been played outside the U. The first was the game between the Arizona Cardinals and the San Francisco 49ers , which was played in Mexico City.
In October , NFL club owners approved a plan to stage up to two international regular season games per season beginning in and continuing through at least The long term plan was originally to have two international games played every year, on a year rotating schedule that would guarantee that each team would get to play twice over that span: once as the home team and once as the away team.
This was abandoned when the St. Louis Rams , who are co-owned with Arsenal , a prominent soccer team in London, signed a three-year agreement to be the home team in the International Series games in London.
This plan has since been re-established after the Rams announced that they would not be returning to England in ; the Rams would return to London as host team in Since, the NFL has announced that the Jacksonville Jaguars will play one home game a season at Wembley, up to and including , later extended to Their first game, versus the San Francisco 49ers, saw the 49ers winning comfortably.
The Buffalo Bills played one regular season game each year from through in Toronto as part of the Bills Toronto Series ; two preseason games were also played as part of the same series.
Poor ticket sales, fan disgust in Buffalo and the death of Bills owner Ralph Wilson prompted the cancellation of the series in The NFL was required to schedule around September baseball games.
In October, this frequently resulted in NFL teams having to reschedule on short notice if the MLB team in their city made the playoffs.
The NFL would often schedule October division games so that teams would be able to swap home game dates if it appeared that the MLB playoff schedule would make a stadium unavailable to the NFL.
Perhaps the most extreme case was in , when the New York Jets played at Shea Stadium and were forced to play their first six games on the road due to the Mets playing in the World Series.
As more MLB teams started to move into baseball-only stadiums by the s and s, this became less of a problem. The following teams play in close proximity to MLB stadiums:.
While both the NFL and MLB teams play in downtown stadiums in Cleveland , Denver and Minneapolis , the teams do not share the same parking lots as they play in different parts of the downtown area.
Montag, Kansas City Chiefs. Kansas City. Denver Broncos. Pittsburgh Steelers. Washington Football Team. Dienstag, San Francisco 49ers.
San Francisco. Buffalo Bills. Mittwoch, Baltimore Ravens. Dallas Cowboys. NFL, NFC Conference Pl. Verein Sp. AFC Conference Pl.
New Orleans New Orleans. Green Bay Green Bay. Detroit Lions. Chicago Bears. Baltimore Ravens. Cleveland Browns. Buffalo Bills. New York Jets.
Carolina Panthers. Las Vegas Raiders. Cincinnati Bengals. Los Angeles Chargers. New Orleans Saints. Tampa Bay Buccaneers.