Welcome to the Nfl Records section in our site. Let us have a look at the a year by year Nfl Records of the scoring leaders, leading rushers, field goals made and touchdowns scored.
In the Nfl Records, Due to the abundance of NFL statistics kept we have broken down the records into overall Individual records and Team records. More comprehensive Nfl Records record information can be accessed from the summary pages here in Nfl Records.
All Time NFL Records
The Nfl Records are about Individuals eligible for Rookie records are players, who were in their first season of professional football and had not been on the roster of another professional football team, including teams in other leagues, for any regular Nfl Records season or postseason games in a previous season. In Nfl Records Eligible players, therefore, include those who were under contract to a National Football League club for a previous season but were terminated in a Nfl Records prior to their club’s first regular season game and not re-signed, or who were placed on Reserve or Injured prior to their club’s first regular Nfl Records season game and were not activated during the rest of the regular season or postseason.
NFL Records predictions of 2011
We all in Nfl Records want the NFL to work this out and there to be football in 2011. With that said, it is never really too early to look ahead into next season.
The Green Bay Packers in Nfl Records return as the defending champs, but will they be even better in 2011?
Also what about the Nfl Records New England Patriots, a team that finished with the best Nfl Records in the league last season, but failed to make it past the second round of the playoffs?
Let’s put our Swami hats on here in Nfl Records and dive into the 2011 NFL season by
predicting the final regular Nfl Records for all 32 NFL teams.
In the Nfl Records DeAngelo Williams is a free agent and is probably this team’s best player. Steve Smith has been a hot topic in trade talks; he is probably the team’s second-best player.