NFL Teams Odds

Thirty two teams are members of the National Football League. They are divided into conferenes and sub-divided into divisions, according to their geographical location. Nowadays, each conference consists of four divisions of four teams each, making a total of sixteen teams per conference.

American Conference

East Division

North Division

South Division

West Division

National Conference

East Division

North Division

South Division

West Division

Defunct Teams

Several teams folded in the 1920's and in the 1930's, many years before the merge with the American Football League.

  • Akron Pros
  • Baltimore Colts
  • Boston Yanks
  • Brooklyn Dodgers
  • Booklyyn Lions
  • Brooklyn Tigers
  • Buffalo All Americans
  • Buffalo Bisons
  • Buffalo Rangers
  • Canton Bulldogs
  • Chicago Tigers
  • Cincinnati Celts
  • Cincinnati Reds
  • Cleveland Bulldogs
  • Cleveland Indians
  • Cleveland Tigeres
  • Columbus Panhandles
  • Columbus Tigers
  • Dallas Texans
  • Dayton Triangles
  • Detroit Heralds
  • Detroit Panthers
  • Detroit Tigers
  • Detroit Wolverines Duluth
  • Eskimos Duluth Kelleys
  • Evansville Crimson Giants

  • Frankford Yellow Jackets
  • Hammond Pros
  • Hartford Blues
  • Kansas City Blues
  • Kansas City Cowboys
  • Kenosha Maroons
  • Los Angeles Buccaneers
  • Louisville Breckenridges
  • Louisville Colonels
  • Milwaukee Badgers
  • Minneapolis Red Jackets
  • Muncie Flyers
  • New York Brickley Giants
  • New York Bulldogs
  • New York Yankees
  • New York Yanks
  • Newark Tornadoes
  • Oorang Indians
  • Orange Tornadoes
  • Pottsville Maroons
  • Providence Steam Roller
  • Rancine Legion
  • Rancine Tornadoes
  • Rochester Jeffersons
  • Rock Island Independents
  • State Island Stapletons
  • St. Louis All-Stars
  • St. Louis Gunners
  • Toledo Maroons
  • Tonawanda Kardex
  • Washington Senators

Relocated Teams

There is a long list of franchises that had to move away from their original cities in order to survive.

  • Baltimore Colts became the Indianapolis Colts
  • Boston Redskins became the Washington Redskins.
  • Chicago Cardinals became the Arizona Cardinals.
  • Cleveland Rams became the Los Angeles Rams
  • Cleveland Browns became the Baltimore Ravens.
  • Dallas Texans became the Kansas City Chiefs.
  • Decatur Staleys became the Chicago Bears
  • Los Angeles Chargers became the San Diego Chargers
  • Los Angeles Raiders became the Oakland Raiders.
  • Portsmouth Spartans became the Detroit Lions
  • San Diego Chargers became the Los Angeles Chargers once again.
  • St. Louis Cardinals became the Arizona Cardinals.
  • St. Louis Rams became the Los Angeles Rams once again.

NFL Expansion?

NFL's executives are not ashamed to hide their desire to have a franchise in London, United Kingdom. The logistics is the major concern before a British team is born.