NFL 2023/2024 Football


Chiefs win 2024 Super Bowl

12.2.24 Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs pulled off a second-half comeback Sunday to beat the San Francisco 49ers, 25-22 in overtime, becoming the first team to win back-to-back Super Bowl championships since the New England Patriots did it almost two decades ago. Patrick Mahomes was named Super Bowl MVP.

Joe Thuney out for Super Bowl with pec injury

10.2.24 Kansas City Chiefs: Injuries

The Kansas City Chiefs will play in Super Bowl LVIII against the San Francisco 49ers without All-Pro guard Joe Thuney due to a pectoral injury. Thuney was injured during the Chiefs' divisional round playoff victory over the Buffalo Bills.

Lamar Jackson wins 2nd MVP award

9.2.24 Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has won the NFL Most Valuable Player award for a second time. At 27, Jackson is the youngest two-time NFL MVP since the merger, beating out Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes by just over nine months. Jackson was the landslide winner, receiving 49 of the 50 first-place votes.

Mike Macdonald hired as Seahawks coach

1.2.24 Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks are hiring Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald as their next head coach. Macdonald, 36, becomes the NFL's youngest head coach and brings to Seattle a reputation as one of the league's top defensive minds.

Macdonald will replace Pete Carroll after the Seahawks announced earlier this month that he would not return as the coach in 2024. Carroll remains with the Seahawks as an adviser.

Marlon Humphrey expected to play vs. Chiefs

28.1.24 Baltimore Ravens: Injuries

Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey is expected to play vs. Chiefs after missing the past two games with a calf injury. Humphrey, a three-time Pro Bowl player, was officially listed as questionable but was a full participant in Friday's practice.

Deebo Samuel cleared for NFC Championship Game

27.1.24 San Francisco 49ers: Injuries

San Francisco 49ers receiver Deebo Samuel has been cleared to play in Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Detroit Lions. He did not practice in Wednesday's light session, but he was a limited participant on Thursday and full go in Friday's workout.

Falcons hire Raheem Morris as head coach

26.1.24 Atlanta Falcons: Injuries

Atlanta hired Raheem Morris as its coach on Thursday. Morris' hire comes after an extensive search that featured 14 candidates, including former New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick.

Morris was Atlanta's interim coach for 11 games in 2020. He went 4-7 but was not given the full-time job. Instead, the Falcons hired Arthur Smith. Now, after Smith was fired on Jan. 8, the team has decided to hire Morris as its full-time coach.

AFC East
1Buffalo64.711-0-6 (17)
2Miami64.711-0-6 (17)
3NY Jets41.27-0-10 (17)
4New Engl.23.54-0-13 (17)
AFC North
1Baltimore76.513-0-4 (17)
2Cleveland64.711-0-6 (17)
3Pittsburgh58.810-0-7 (17)
4Cincinati52.99-0-8 (17)
AFC South
1Houston58.810-0-7 (17)
2Jackson.52.99-0-8 (17)
3Indianap.52.99-0-8 (17)
4Tennesee35.36-0-11 (17)
AFC West
1Kansas64.711-0-6 (17)
2Las Vegas47.18-0-9 (17)
3Denver47.18-0-9 (17)
4LA Charg.29.45-0-12 (17)
NFC East
1Dallas70.612-0-5 (17)
2Philadel.64.711-0-6 (17)
3NY Giants35.36-0-11 (17)
4Washing.23.54-0-13 (17)
NFC North
1Detroit70.612-0-5 (17)
2Green Bay52.99-0-8 (17)
3Chicago41.27-0-10 (17)
3Minnesota41.27-0-10 (17)
NFC South
1New Orl.52.99-0-8 (17)
1Tampa52.99-0-8 (17)
3Atlanta41.27-0-10 (17)
4Carolina11.82-0-15 (17)
NFC West
1San Fran.70.612-0-5 (17)
2LA Rams58.810-0-7 (17)
3Seattle52.99-0-8 (17)
4Arizona23.54-0-13 (17)


Kansas - San Fran.25 : 22
Baltimore - Kansas10 : 17
San Fran. - Detroit34 : 31
Detroit - Tampa31 : 28
Buffalo - Kansas24 : 27
San Fran. - Green Bay24 : 21
Baltimore - Houston34 : 10
Buffalo - Pittsburgh31 : 17
Tampa - Philadel.32 : 9
Dallas - Green Bay32 : 48
Detroit - LA Rams24 : 23
Kansas - Miami26 : 7
Houston - Cleveland45 : 14

Last results

11.2Kansas - San Fran.25 : 22
28.1Baltimore - Kansas10 : 17
28.1San Fran. - Detroit34 : 31
21.1Buffalo - Kansas24 : 27
21.1Detroit - Tampa31 : 28
20.1Baltimore - Houston34 : 10
20.1San Fran. - Green Bay24 : 21
15.1Buffalo - Pittsburgh31 : 17
15.1Tampa - Philadel.32 : 9
14.1Dallas - Green Bay32 : 48
14.1Detroit - LA Rams24 : 23
13.1Houston - Cleveland45 : 14
13.1Kansas - Miami26 : 7
7.1Cincinati - Cleveland31 : 14
7.1Miami - Buffalo14 : 21
7.1New Engl. - NY Jets3 : 17

NFL stats

Home wins56%
Away wins44%

League format : NFL 2023/2024

Teams are divided into two conferences: the American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC). As of 2002, each conference is further divided into 4 divisions. Each team play 16 games during regular season. Seven teams from each of the league's two conferences will qualify for the NFL Playoffs. Each of the 4 division winners is seeded 1-4 based on their records. The three wildcard teams (non-division champions with the conference's best winning percentages) are seeded 5th, 6th and 7th.

In the first round of the playoffs (Wild Card Playoffs), the No. 2 seeds will host 7s, the No. 3 seeds will host 6s and the No. 4 seeds will host 5s. In the second round (Divisional Playoff), the top seed hosts the lowest-seeded surviving seed from the first round, and the other two winners from the wild-card round play each other with the higher seed having home-field advantage. The two surviving teams from the Divisional Playoff games meet in Conference Championship games, with the winners of those contests going on to face one another in the Super Bowl.

Each round of the playoffs is "re-seeded" - the highest surviving seed always hosts the lowest surviving seed, the second-highest hosts the second-lowest, etc.