The History of NFL

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  • April 27, 2017
  • The National Football League (NFL) is one of the most popular sports in America. Millions of people attend NFL games in person every year to cheer for their teams. The story of the NFL is one of the greatest success stories in the history of sports. The sport was founded as an association of four teams that you have probably never heard of—the Canton Bulldogs, Akron Pros, Dayton Triangles and Cleveland Indians. The four teams  met in a showroom in Ohio one night in 1920. Of the four teams, none could afford to pay the franchise fee of $100 at that time.


    For many years, the NFL struggled to survive partly because the game struggled to attract fans. Nearly 50 short-lived teams went bankrupt in the league’s first few years of existence. By 1950, the sport had emerged as a major American sport with a handful of great teams dominating the sport. The Green Bay Packers, coached by Vince Lombardi, became the modern National Football League’s first true dynasty by scooping five league championships in the 1960s. By the end of the year 1965, AFL signed a deal with NBC to the tune of $36 million, excluding addition cash for playoffs.

    The NFL rules

    From 1920 to 1931, the NFL winners were determined by a win-loss percentage of the team. But in 1932, the NFL, which for
    years had followed college football’s rules, made several changes for the very first time and started to develop new rules serving and the style it preferred. In 1941, the league laws were revised to determine the championship in case the
    teams tie in division races, as well as sudden-death in the event playoff games tie after four quarters. In 1966, NFL and AFL announced that they will merge. In fact, informal talks had started long before things became

    The likes of Werblin were involved in the talk, despite his firmness that New York might be a two-team football state. The first Super Bowl between these two leagues was played at the end of 1966 season, though it took until 1970 for the two leagues to completely merge their operations. The two leagues played as single league with two conferences — the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference. An unspoken contract agreement that one league wouldn’t sign the players from the other league was breached in 1966 when the NFL’s team New York Giants signed Pete Gogolak from AFL’s Buffalo Bills.

    Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns

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  • April 26, 2017
  • Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns Live Stream is a hot cake for NFL viewers. The Baltimore Ravens will face their familiar adversary The Cleveland Browns and both are well-known about their opponent strength. It is clear to all that, now in present stage Browns are passing the better time than Ravens.But the game is a one-night show, Who will play instantly better than the opponent team, the day will be there.

    Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns in this season meets for the second and final time, so they must give the full effort to turn the match result on their side. But Ravens will seriously miss their two key players Flacco and Justin Forsett in both offense and defense department.


    Whats going on this Monday night we need to wait till 1st November night but if someone wants to predict the result its important to judge what both of them thought, what they plan and what their strength. Yitzi Weiss expectation: He is expecting the Ravens to be overly preservative and Schaub will not turn over the ball this week. The tight ends and Buck Allen do well, with lots of short passes.

    Chuck Mills Brief: Matt Schaub is playing. You should really watch some other game. Or do something else. Put your own score here.

    Nathan Beaucage Told: No one knows what might happen when two of the worst teams the AFC has to offer square off on Monday night. This could easily be a huge Browns win, or it could come down to the wire because lets face it. The Browns have a way of losing.

    Final injury report for this match: The Baltimore Ravens Side:

    1. TE Nick Boyle (foot), -Status(Probable).

    2. WR Marlon Brown (back), Status( Doubtful).

    3. T Eugene Monroe (shoulder), -Status( Doubtful).

    4. TE Chase Ford (shoulder), -Status( Doubtful).

    5. G Kelechi Osemele (knee), Status (Doubtful).

    6. CB Shareece Wright (back), -Status (Questionable).

    The Cleveland Browns Side:

    1. G Joel Bitonio (ankle): Status-Questionable

    2. WR Taylor Gabriel (concussion), Status -out

    3. CB Joe Haden (concussion), Status Out

    4. WR Andrew Hawkins (concussion),

    Status Out

    Sep 18, 2016; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns wide receiver Corey Coleman (19) runs with the ball after a catch as Baltimore Ravens cornerback Shareece Wright (24) goes for the tackle during the second half at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Ravens won 25-20. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

    5. QB Johnny Manziel (right elbow), Status -Probable

    6. QB Josh McCown (. ), Status Probable

    7. LB Nate Orchard (groin), Status- Questionable

    8. DE Randy Starks (knee), Status -Out

    9. DB Donte Whitner (concussion), Status –Probable

    Note: Though the injurious list of Browns side is bigger than Ravens but extreme losers are Baltimore Ravens because the reason of their key player.