Nfl football history_01182014

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A color-coded, chronological, history of the National Football League (NFL) from its inception until now.

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Nfl football history_01182014

  1. 1. FOOTBALL The Evolution of the NFL
  2. 2. September 17, 1920 Canton Bulldogs (OH) – Cleveland Indians (OH) Dayton Triangles (OH) – Akron Pros (OH) Massillon Tigers (OH)– Rochester Jeffersons (NY) Rock Island Independents (IL) – Muncie Flyers (IN) Staleys of Decatur (IL) – Chicago Cardinals (IL) Racine Legion (WI)– Hammond Pros (IN)
  3. 3. 1925 NFL Akron Pros (4) Chicago Cardinals (1) Detroit Panthers (3) Hammond Pros (14) Pottsville Maroons (2) Buffalo Bisons (15) Cleveland Bulldogs (12) Duluth Kelleys (16) Kansas City Cowboys (13) Providence (10) Steam Roller Canton Bulldogs (11) Columbus Tigers (16) Frankford (6) Yellow Jackets Milwaukee Badgers (16) Rochester (16) Jeffersons Chicago Bears (7) Dayton (16) Triangles Green Bay Packers (9) New York Giants (4) Rock Island (8) Independents
  4. 4. 7th Season 1926 NFL Akron Indians (16) Chicago Cardinals (10) Detroit Panthers (12) Hammond Pros (21) Pottsville Maroons (3) Louisville Colonels (21) Buffalo Rangers (9) Los Angeles Buccaneers (6) Duluth Eskimos (8) Kansas City Cowboys (4) Providence (11) Steam Roller Canton Bulldogs (20) Columbus Tigers (19) Frankford (1) Yellow Jackets Milwaukee Badgers (15) Brooklyn Lions (14) Chicago Bears (2) Dayton (16) Triangles Green Bay Packers (5) New York Giants (6) Hartford Blues (13) Racine (16) Tornadoes
  5. 5. 1930 NFL Brooklyn (Dayton) Dodgers (4) Chicago Cardinals (7) Providence (5) Steam Roller Minneapolis Red Jackets (10) Portsmouth Spartans (8) Green Bay Packers (1) Newark Tornados (11) Staten Island Stapletons (6) Frankford (9) Yellow Jackets Chicago Bears (3) New York Giants (2)
  6. 6. 1940 NFL Eastern Division Western Division Washington Redskins Chicago Bears Brooklyn Dodgers Green Bay Packers New York Giants Detroit Lions Pittsburgh Steelers Cleveland Rams Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Cardinals
  7. 7. 1950 NFL American Conference Cleveland Browns (1950) New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles National Conference Los Angeles Rams (1946) Chicago Bears New York Yanks (1949) Pittsburgh Steelers Detroit Lions Chicago Cardinals Green Bay Packers Washington Redskins San Francisco 49ers Baltimore Colts (1950) (1950)
  8. 8. 1961 NFL Eastern Conference Western Conference New York Giants Green Bay Packers Philadelphia Eagles Detroit Lions Cleveland Browns Baltimore Colts St. Louis Cardinals Chicago Bears Pittsburgh Steelers San Francisco 49ers Dallas Cowboys (1960) Washington Redskins Los Angeles Rams Minnesota Vikings (1961)
  9. 9. Eastern Conference 1969 NFL Western Conference Capitol Division Coastal Division Dallas Cowboys Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins Baltimore Colts New Orleans Saints Atlanta Falcons Philadelphia Eagles San Francisco 49ers Century Division Central Division Cleveland Browns Minnesota Vikings New York Giants Detroit Lions St. Louis Cardinals Green Bay Packers Pittsburgh Steelers Chicago Bears
  10. 10. 10th Season (AFL) 1969 AFL Eastern Division Western Division New York Jets Oakland Raiders Houston Oilers Kansas City Chiefs Boston Patriots San Diego Chargers Buffalo Bills Denver Broncos Miami Dolphins (1966) Cincinnati Bengals (1968)
  11. 11. NFL – AFC 1970 -1990 AFC – East AFC – Central Buffalo Bills Cincinnati Bengals Miami Dolphins Houston Oilers Kansas City Chiefs Indianapolis Colts Pittsburgh Steelers Seattle Seahawks Cleveland Browns San Diego Chargers (1984) New York Jets New England Patriots (1971) AFC – West Oakland Raiders (Los Angeles 1982/1994) (1976 NFC , 1977 AFC) Denver Broncos
  12. 12. NFL – NFC 1970 -1990 NFC – East NFC – Central NFC – West New York Giants Chicago Bears San Francisco 49ers Philadelphia Eagles Tampa Bay Bucs New Orleans Saints (1976 AFC, 1977 NFC) Washington Redskins Detroit Lions Los Angeles Rams Dallas Cowboys Green Bay Packers Atlanta Falcons Phoenix Cardinals Minnesota Vikings (1988)
  13. 13. NFL – AFC 2000 AFC – East AFC – Central AFC – West Miami Dolphins Tennessee Oilers (1997, Titans – 1999) Oakland Raiders Indianapolis Colts Baltimore Ravens Denver Broncos New York Jets Pittsburgh Steelers Kansas City Chiefs Buffalo Bills Jacksonville Jaguars Seattle Seahawks New England Patriots Cincinnati Bengals (1996) (1995) Cleveland Browns (1999) San Diego Chargers
  14. 14. NFL – NFC 2000 NFC – East NFC – Central NFC – West New York Giants Minnesota Vikings New Orleans Saints Philadelphia Eagles Tampa Bay Buccaneers Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins Green Bay Packers Carolina Panthers Dallas Cowboys Detroit Lions San Francisco 49ers Arizona Cardinals Chicago Bears Atlanta Falcons (1994) (1995)
  15. 15. 2002 – 2013 NFL AFC East AFC North New England Patriots New York Jets Miami Dolphins Buffalo Bills Cincinnati Bengals Pittsburgh Steelers Baltimore Ravens Cleveland Browns 2002 – 2013 NFL AFC South AFC West Indianapolis Colts Tennessee Titans Jacksonville Jaguars Houston Texans (2002) Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs San Diego Chargers Oakland Raiders
  16. 16. 2002 – 2013 NFL NFC East NFC North Philadelphia Eagles Dallas Cowboys New York Giants Washington Redskins Green Bay Packers Chicago Bears Detroit Lions Minnesota Vikings 2002 – 2013 NFL NFC South NFC West Carolina Panthers New Orleans Saints Atlanta Falcons Tampa Bay Buccaneers Seattle Seahawks San Francisco 49ers Arizona Cardinals St. Louis Rams
  17. 17. Top Row – Andy Lotshaw (Trainer), Joe LaFleur (FB-Marquette), Frank Hanny (E-Indiana), Ed Healy (T-Dartmouth), Ralph Scott (T-Wisconsin), Jim McMillen (G-Illinois), Oscar Knopp (FB-Illinois), Verne Mullen (E-Illinois) Bottom Row – George Halas (E-Illinois), Laurie Walquist (QB-Illinois), Roy White (FB-Valparaiso), Hugh Blacklock (T-Michigan State), George Trafton (C-Notre Dame), Hunk Anderson (G-Notre Dame), Ralph “Jake” Lanum (B-Illinois & Millikin), Edward “Dutch” Sternaman (HB), Joe Sternaman (HB-Illinois)
  18. 18. http://www.oldestlivingprofootball.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=155840502 and 114581283 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1925_NFL_season through http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2013_NFL_season Halas by Halas McGraw-Hill, 1979. jgillis767@aol.com

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