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Since the world was created, loads of people have had multiple dreams or accomplishments that they wanted to achieve in life. One of the more popular goals was most likely to hit somebody as hard as you could. Those dreams were finally fulfilled in 1869 when a rugby game was transformed into the game of football. Then, the rules were changed in the 1880s, and the game of “American Football” was born. In 1892, the National Football League stepped into the spotlight to begin its journey towards greatness. This league has gone through multiple chapters over the years and has become an American weekend tradition on a weekly basis for fans, players, and coaches. Even though it isn’t 100% known as this, some fans view this sport as “America’s Pastime” just like the MLB.
Commissioner: Roger Goodell
The NFL Teams
San Francisco 49ers Chicago Bears Cincinnati Bengals Buffalo Bills Denver Broncos Cleveland Browns
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Arizona Cardinals San Diego Chargers Kansas City Chiefs Indianapolis Colts Dallas Cowboys
Miami Dolphins Philadelphia Eagles Atlanta Falcons New York Giants Jacksonville Jaguars New York Jets
Detroit Lions Green Bay Packers Carolina Panthers New England Patriots Oakland Raiders Los Angeles Rams
Baltimore Ravens Washington Redskins New Orleans Saints Seattle Seahawks Pittsburgh Steelers Houston Texans
Tennessee Titans Minnesota Vikings
The Super Bowl: The Championship Of The American Pigskin
Valentine's Day is supposed to be viewed as February's only federal holiday. Unfortunately for Cupid, he's had company since 1967. The Super Bowl is viewed as "America's Event" for many different reasons. The two best teams in the NFL go head-to-head in front of the whole nation, new commercials are released during timeouts, a killer halftime show is performed by a best-selling artist or group, and there is endless supplies of food at Super Bowl tailgates and parties everywhere. In February 2016, the NFL celebrated 50 years of the Super Bowl's legacy.
The Green Bay Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL's first Super Bowl championship in 1967. They were lead by coaching legend Vince Lombardi (far left) who has the championship trophy named after him today (middle left). Fans tune into the Super Bowl for many reasons. One of them is to watch the halftime show, which is performed by a best-selling artist or band. Bruce Springsteen and the E-Band perfomed one of the more memorable halftime shows at Super Bowl 43 in Tampa, Florida in 2009 (middle right). Winning the Super Bowl can sometimes feel like heaven for a moment. Malcolm Smith of the Seattle Seahawks takes a moment to bask in the franchise's first ever championship in Super Bowl 48 (far right). He would then take home the MVP award of the big game, which has been given out since the tradition got underway.
Super Bowl Memories
Super Bowl V (5) Super Bowl XIII (13) Super Bowl XVI (16) Super Bowl XXV (25) Super Bowl XXXII (32) Super Bowl XXXIV (34) Super Bowl XXXVIII (38) Super Bowl XLII (42)