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NFL STANDINGS

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - NORTH

TeamWinLossTiesPercentPFPAHomeAwayDivision
Green Bay Packers13300.8135093697-1-06-2-05-1-0
Chicago Bears8800.5003723703-5-05-3-02-4-0
Minnesota Vikings7900.4384304753-5-04-4-04-2-0
Detroit Lions51100.3133775191-7-04-4-01-5-0

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - EAST

TeamWinLossTiesPercentPFPAHomeAwayDivision
Washington Football Team7900.4383353293-5-04-4-04-2-0
New York Giants61000.3752803573-5-03-5-04-2-0
Dallas Cowboys61000.3753954734-4-02-6-02-4-0
Philadelphia Eagles41110.2813344183-4-11-7-02-4-0

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - SOUTH

TeamWinLossTiesPercentPFPAHomeAwayDivision
New Orleans Saints12400.7504823376-2-06-2-06-0-0
Tampa Bay Buccaneers11500.6884923555-3-06-2-04-2-0
Carolina Panthers51100.3133504022-6-03-5-01-5-0
Atlanta Falcons41200.2503964142-6-02-6-01-5-0

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - WEST

TeamWinLossTiesPercentPFPAHomeAwayDivision
Seattle Seahawks12400.7504593717-1-05-3-04-2-0
Los Angeles Rams10600.6253722966-2-04-4-03-3-0
Arizona Cardinals8800.5004103674-4-04-4-02-4-0
San Francisco 49ers61000.3753763901-7-05-3-03-3-0

AMERICAN CONFERENCE - NORTH

TeamWinLossTiesPercentPFPAHomeAwayDivision
Pittsburgh Steelers12400.7504163127-1-05-3-04-2-0
Baltimore Ravens11500.6884683035-3-06-2-04-2-0
Cleveland Browns11500.6884084196-2-05-3-03-3-0
Cincinnati Bengals41110.2813114243-5-01-6-11-5-0

AMERICAN CONFERENCE - EAST

TeamWinLossTiesPercentPFPAHomeAwayDivision
Buffalo Bills13300.8135013757-1-06-2-06-0-0
Miami Dolphins10600.6254043385-3-05-3-03-3-0
New England Patriots7900.4383263535-3-02-6-03-3-0
New York Jets21400.1252434571-7-01-7-00-6-0

AMERICAN CONFERENCE - SOUTH

TeamWinLossTiesPercentPFPAHomeAwayDivision
Tennessee Titans11500.6884914395-3-06-2-05-1-0
Indianapolis Colts11500.6884513626-2-05-3-04-2-0
Houston Texans41200.2503844642-6-02-6-02-4-0
Jacksonville Jaguars11500.0633064921-7-00-8-01-5-0

AMERICAN CONFERENCE - WEST

TeamWinLossTiesPercentPFPAHomeAwayDivision
Kansas City Chiefs14200.8754733626-2-08-0-04-2-0
Las Vegas Raiders8800.5004344782-6-06-2-04-2-0
Los Angeles Chargers7900.4383844264-4-03-5-03-3-0
Denver Broncos51100.3133234462-6-03-5-01-5-0

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HOW TO READ NFL STANDINGS

RECORDS

The NFL Standings are listed in order of division within each conference, the American Football Conference (AFC) and National Football Conference (NFC).

  • NFC North
  • NFC East
  • NFC South
  • NFC West
  • AFC North
  • AFC East
  • AFC South
  • AFC West

After the team names on the NFL Standings, the first four columns are the most important to follow and they also dictate the order of the standings. Win , LossTies are easily to follow and based on the 16-game schedule for each team. The Percent field is the winning percentage of the team and the simple math formula for Percent is:

WIN / WIN + LOSS

EX. GREEN BAY PACKERS 10-6
10 / 10+6 OR 10 / 16 = .625 OR 62.5%

The Records are updated Live on the NFL Standings after each game concludes. While it doesn't happen often in the NFL because of overtime, Ties do occur and that always changes up the percent and NFL Standings.

After the first four columns, the next two fields are the PF and PA.

PF - POINTS FOR OR POINTS SCORED
PA - POINTS AGAINST OR POINTS ALLOWED

The Points For (PF) is a great tool for smarter wagers with online football betting and it shows you which teams score the most points while the Points Against (PA) can determine the strength or weakness of a team.

While the VegasInsider.com NFL Standings doesn't show the Point Differential, it's a great technique in when making your wagers. The team with a high point differential has a better chance of making the playoffs and eventually reaching the Super Bowl.

The Home and Away records in the NFL Standings are a great added feature and it shows how well a team plays as a visitor. Most teams that make the postseason will own a winning record at home since it's known that most clubs hold serve in their own venues.

After the Home-Away records, the Division record is available and that's important since it's the first tie-breaker used in the playoffs after head-to-head outcomes. All teams play six division games, three at home and three on the road versus the other clubs in their group.

NFC STANDINGS HISTORY

The NFC Championship is the pro football championship of the National Football League. The winner of this game advances to the Super Bowl.The NFC Standings will dictate which team will host the NFC Championship, which is always given to the club with the higher seed. The seeds are determined on records and division winners. The title game started in the 1970 regular season and homefield advantage has been key for these matchups. The home team owns a 32-17 all-time record in the NFC title game and that tells you how important the NFL Standings play out historically.

NFC WINNERS (2009-2018)

(*Road Winners)

  • 2018 - Los Angeles Rams *
  • 2017 - Philadelphia Eagles
  • 2016 - Atlanta Falcons
  • 2015 - Carolina Panthers
  • 2014 - Seattle Seahawks
  • 2013 - Seattle Seahawks
  • 2012 - San Francisco 49ers *
  • 2011 - New York Giants
  • 2010 - Green Bay Packers *
  • 2009 - New Orleans Saints

AFC STANDINGS HISTORY

The AFC Championship is the pro football championship of the National Football League. The winner of this game advances to the Super Bowl.The AFC Standings will dictate which team will host the AFC Championship, which is always given to the club with the higher seed. The seeds are determined on records and division winners. The title game started in the 1970 regular season and homefield advantage has been key for these matchups. Home teams have been stronger in the AFC title game than the NFC home squads. The AFC hosts own an all-time mark of 34-15 in the first 49 title games.

AFC WINNERS (2009-2018)

(*Road Winners)

  • 2018 - New England Patriots *
  • 2017 - New England Patriots
  • 2016 - New England Patriots
  • 2015 - Denver Broncos
  • 2014 - New England Patriots
  • 2013 - Denver Broncos
  • 2012 - Baltimore Ravens *
  • 2011 - New England Patriots
  • 2010 - Pittsburgh Steelers
  • 2009 - Indianapolis Colts

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