Complete list of NFL teams and Australian NFL players 2020/21
The 100th season for America's favourite sport is set to be a humdinger – here are the 32 NFL teams competing for the 2019-20 NFL title.
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The National Football League is a professional American football league, also known as gridiron, made up of 32 NFL teams. This system has been officially known as the Super Bowl era since 1970. Before then, multiple competitions existed, until it was decided to merge them into one.
Now teams are split into two conferences, the NFC (National Football Conference) and the AFC (American Football Conference). Existing inside these conferences are also divisions.
The NFL regular season runs for 17 weeks from September to December, where each team plays 16 games and each of the NFL teams has 1 bye. Today, the NFL boasts the highest average attendance of all sports worldwide, plus the Super Bowl is one of the most watched events on television every year globally.
List of NFL teams and Australian players season 2020
|Team||Home stadium||NFL titles||Conference||Division||Notable players||Australian players|
|Dallas Cowboys||AT&T Stadium||5||NFC||East||QB: Dak Prescott, RB: Ezekiel Elliot, WR: Amari Cooper, RG: Zack Martin||None|
|New York Giants||MetLife Stadium||4||NFC||East||RB: Saquon Barkley, WR: Golden Tate, WR: Sterling Shepherd, QB: Daniel Jones||None|
|Philadelphia Eagles||Lincoln Financial Field||1||NFC||East||RB: Miles Saunders, DT: Fletcher Cox, QB: Carson Wentz, TE: Zach Ertz||DE: Jordan Mailata, P: Cameron Johnston|
|Washington Football Team||FedEx Field||3||NFC||East||QB: Dwayne Haskins Jr., TE: Jordan Reed, SS Landon Collins, WR: Terry McLaurin||None|
|Chicago Bears||Soldier Field||1||NFC||North||LLB: Khalil Mack, WR: Alan Robinson II, TE: Jimmy Graham, QB: Mitch Trubisky||None|
|Detroit Lions||Ford Field||0||NFC||North||QB: Matthew Stafford, DE: Trey Flowers SR, WR: Danny Amendola, WR: Kenny Golladay||P: Arryn Siposs|
|Green Bay Packers||Lambeau Field||4||NFC||North||QB: Aaron Rodgers, WR: Davante Adams, LT: David Bakhtiari, RB: Aaron Jones||None|
|Minnesota Vikings||U.S. Bank Stadium||0||NFC||North||RB: Dalvin Cook, QB: Kirk Cousins, SS: Harrison Smith, WR: Adam Thielen||None|
|Atlanta Falcons||Mercedes-Benz Stadium||0||NFC||South||QB: Matt Ryan, WR: Julio Jones, RB: Todd Gurley II, MLB: Deion Jones||None|
|Carolina Panthers||Bank of America Stadium||0||NFC||South||QB: Teddy Bridgewater, DT: Kawann Short, RB: Christian McCaffrey, WR: Robby Anderson||None|
|New Orleans Saints||Mercedes-Benz Superdome||1||NFC||South||QB: Drew Brees, WR: Michael Thomas, RB: Alvin Kamara, DE: Cameron Jordan||None|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Raymond James Stadium||1||NFC||South||WR: Mike Evans, MLB: Lavonte David, QB: Tom Brady, RE: Ndamukong Suh||None|
|Arizona Cardinals||State Farm Stadium||0||NFC||West||CB: Patrick Peterson, WR: DeAndre Hopkins, WR: Larry Firzgerald, QB: Kyler Murray||None|
|Los Angeles Rams||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum||1||NFC||West||DE: Aaron Donald, CB: Jalen Ramsey, QB: Jarred Goff, WR: Cooper Kupp||None|
|San Francisco 49ers||Levi's Stadium||5||NFC||West||CB: Richard Sherman, QB: Jimmy Garoppolo, TE: George Kittle, LT: Trent Williams||P: Mitch Wishnowsky|
|Seattle Seahawks||CenturyLink Field||1||NFC||West||QB: Russel Wilson, MLB: Bobby Wagner, RB: Chris Carson, WR: DK Metcalf||K: Michael Dickson|
|Buffalo Bills||New Era Field||0||AFC||East||WR: Stefon Diggs, CB: Tre'davious White, WR: Cole Beasley, QB: Josh Allen||None|
|Miami Dolphins||Hard Rock Stadium||2||AFC||East||LB: Kyle Van Noy, DE: Shaq Lawson, WR: Davante Parker, QB: Ryan Fitzpatrick||None|
|New England Patriots||Gillette Stadium||6||AFC||East||QB: Cam Newton WR: Julian Edelman, CB: Stephon Gilmore, RB: Sony Michel||None|
|New York Jets||MetLife Stadium||1||AFC||East||RB: Leveon Bell, QB: Sam Darnold, LB: Avery Williamson, WR: Chris Hogan||None|
|Baltimore Ravens||M&T Bank Stadium||2||AFC||North||OT: Ronnie Stanley, RB: Mark Ingram II, QB: Lamar Jackson, DE: Calais Campbell||None|
|Cincinnati Bengals||Paul Brown Stadium||0||AFC||North||DT: Geno Atkins, WR: A.J. Green, QB: Joe Burrow, RB: Joe Mixon||None|
|Cleveland Browns||FirstEnergy Stadium||0||AFC||North||WR: Odell Beckham Jr., QB: Baker Mayfield, RE: Myles Garrett, RB: Kareem Hunt||None|
|Pittsburgh Steelers||Heinz Field||6||AFC||North||WR: Juju Smith-Schuster, QB: Ben Rothelisberger, RG: David Decastro, C: Maurkice Pouncey||None|
|Houston Texans||NRG Stadium||0||AFC||South||WR: Brandin Cooks, DE: JJ Watt, RB: David Johnson, QB: Deshaun Watson||None|
|Indianaoplis Colts||Lucas Oil Stadium||2||AFC||South||WR: T.Y. Hilton, RB: Marlon Mack, LLB: Darius Leonard QB: Phillip Rivers||None|
|Jacksonville Jaguars||TIAA Bank Field||0||AFC||South||WR: Dede Westbrook, TE: Tyler Eifert, OG: Andrew Norwell, QB: Gardner Minshew II||DE: Adam Gotsis|
|Tennessee Titans||Nissan Stadium||0||AFC||South||RB: Derrick Henry, QB: Ryan Tannehill, SS: Kevin Byard, LB: Jadeveon Clowney||None|
|Denver Broncos||Empower Field at Mile High||3||AFC||West||LLB: Von Miller, RB: Phillip Lindsay, FS: Justin Simmons, QB: Drew Lock||None|
|Kansas City Chiefs||Arrowhead Stadium||2||AFC||West||QB: Patrick Mahomes, TE: Travis Kelce, WR: Tyreek Hill, RT: Mitchell Schwartz||None|
|Los Angeles Chargers||Dignity Health Sports Park||0||AFC||West||SS: Derwin James, WR: Keenan Allen, OT: Bryan Bulaga, LE: Joey Bosa||None|
|Las Vegas Raiders||Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum||3||AFC||West||QB: Derek Carr, C: Rodney Hudson, TE: Jason Witten, RB: Josh Jacobs||None|
NFL teams key player movements season 2020
This offseason has seen plenty of big name players change teams most shockingly Tom Brady who departed New England for Tampa Bay. Brady will also be joined by his running mate Rob Gronkowski who was traded. Other players to change teams included DeAndre Hopkins, Stefon Diggs, Trent Williams, Jadeveon Clowney, Calais Campbell, Phillip Rivers and Emmanuel Sanders, just to name a few.
It has fans buzzing for kick-off, at 10.00am on 11 September (AEST) with the Chiefs and Texans.
Then there are rookies who were drafted into the league. Some will be expected to play straight away, including Joe Burrow, Tua Tagovailoa, CeeDee Lamb and Chase Young.
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