List of All NFL Teams – Updated

Graphic Of All NFL Teams Helmets
Below is a list of all NFL teams.

Even the most hardcore fans can use a list of all NFL teams from time to time.

You’re busy and can’t be bothered to remember the Cleveland Browns or Buffalo Bills. Or, the NFL standings and records year by year.

So with this list, we did the thinking for you.

The NFL is made of 32 teams divided into two conferences; the American Football Conference and the National Football Conference. Each conference has 16 teams, divided into four divisions of four teams.

You have limited brain space that isn’t already consumed by the responsibilities of your day-to-day life and we are here to help.

Check out this list of all NFL teams:

  1. Arizona Cardinals

    The Arizona Cardinals pride themselves on being the retirement home of football. Is Kurt Warner done with his shift at Stop and Shop? Thanks to Kyler Murray’s ACL injury, the Cards need a QB.

  2. Atlanta Falcons

    Based on what Arthur Blank looks like… the Atlanta Falcons are the mob front of the NFL. I mean… how else does a team lose a 25 point lead in the Super Bowl without dirty money involved? Mr. Blank is hoping the young core of Bijan Robinson, Kyle Pitts, and Desmond Ritter can turn this sucker around in a weak NFC South.

  3. Baltimore Ravens

    The Ravens haven’t been the same since their murderous MLB Ray Lewis left for retirement, but Lamar Jackson has put the franchise back on track, thanks to not taking the franchise tag by force with his mom as his agent.

  4. Buffalo Bills

    The only NFL team to make Nathan Peterman believe he deserves an NFL shot. Other than the Chicago Bears who are keeping his career on life support entering the 2023 NFL season.

  5. Carolina Panthers

    Remember when Cam Newton and Christian McCaffery were looking to bring the Panthers back to the pinnacle of the NFC? Seems like a million years ago. This year, Bryce Young and Miles Sanders and old AF Adam Thielen are hoping to turn it around.  After all, wearing shorts with suits and giant hats only keeps the fans happy for so long.

  6. Chicago Bears

    The Chicago Bears were a right leg away from being NFC Champions thanks to Mitch Trubisky and the Todd Haley reincarnation/clone Matt Nagy. After making a huge splash in free agency, can the Justin Fields-led Bears finish 2023 over .500?

  7. Cincinnati Bengals

    The Bengals are the only team besides the Tennessee Titans that would immortalize a coach for a constant .500 record (Marvin Lewis, not Sam Wyche). Zac Taylor is entering his 5th season as coach already. After a Super Bowl “L” and an AFC Championship “L” in successive seasons, is THIS the year?

  8. Cleveland Browns

    Tim Couch, Ty Detmer, Doug Pederson, Spergon Wynn, Kelly Holcomb, Jeff Garcia, Luke McCown, Trent Dilfer, Charlie Frye, Derek Anderson, Ken Dorsey, Brady Quinn, Bruce Gradkowski, Colt McCoy, Jake Delhomme, Seneca Wallace, Brandon Weeden, Thaddeus Lewis, Jason Campbell, Brian Hoyer, Johnny Manziel, Connor Shaw, Josh McCown, Austin Davis, Robert Griffin III, Cody Kessler, DeShone Kizer, Tyrod Taylor, Baker Mayfield, Jacoby Brissett, Deshaun Watson.

  9. Dallas Cowboys

    Owner Yosemite Sam aka Jerry Jones has the Cowboys primed and ready to finish second in the NFC East again. Can Deuce Vaughn replace Ezekiel Elliott? Who is their #2 WR? Lots of questions covered by the smoke screen of the best marketing team in America (see what I did there?).

  10. Denver Broncos

    John Elway is thinking about suiting up and playing QB for this team considering they’re better off starting Brucey from “The Longest Yard”. “Let’s ride” indeed, Russell!

  11. Detroit Lions

    They play on Thanksgiving every year, and ever since Megatron retired, and Matt Stafford moved on, Dan Campbell and Jeff Goff are PISSED and ready to surprise the NFL.

  12. Green Bay Packers

    The franchise was slowly crumbling after the falling out of Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers, then the falling out of A-Rod and Matt LaFleur in favor of Jordan Love but hey… GO PACK GO!

  13. Houston Texans

    The Texans have hitched the wagon around the yoke around CJ Stroud’s neck. But who else is there? This feels like a 4-12 err 4-13 team heading into 2023.

  14. Indianapolis Colts

    The most blue-collar team in the NFL, with a QB that could have hot soup poured in his lap and thank the person who did it.  They have a highly improved roster, but dammit I hate the Irsays.

  15. Jacksonville Jaguars

    The era of “Shake and Blake” is over… the Jags need a TLAW aka Trevor Lawrence to ignite the team’s talent laden offense featuring Christian Kirk and frens.

  16. Kansas City Chiefs

    Patrick Mahomes is a god. They’re the favorites to win the Super Bowl this year. Again and again. 

  17. Los Angeles Chargers

    This roster is full of studs. Imagine if the team doctor hadn’t punctured Tyrod Taylor’s lung, forcing Justin “Bobby” Herbert into action. Or should we say, “thrusting.”

  18. Los Angeles Rams

    The “Animal House” of football thanks to head coach Sean McVay. It feels like a million years ago they won the Super Bowl, even though it was only a mere two.

  19. Miami Dolphins

    Tua plus two of the best wide receivers in the NFL in Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. They still don’t have a running back they can count on; ask Dan Marion how that works out. Looks like we need Ace Ventura to get the team back on track.

  20. Minnesota Vikings

    SKOL SKOL SKOL…. now that they’ve had a real quarterback for your superstar wide receivers, is this THE YEAR in an NFC North that is completely wide open, the same way it feels like Justin Jefferson is on every play?

  21. New England Patriots

    Even though Tom Brady retired and left them for a hotter GF and won the SB the next season, it still feels like the Pats will win 15 more titles. Robert Kraft will start a side business in massage therapy.

  22. New Orleans Saints

    The Saints were a fluke pass interference call away from going to a Super Bowl and have regressed ever since. They should’ve won, but instead all they have done is lose. Is Derek Carr the answer? It is his last chance.

  23. New York Giants

    This team has finally graduated the “Trust the Process” mode, and it’s freaking fans out. Is Daniel Jones legit? At least they have Super Man RB Saquan Barkley to keep the fans around and vie for another playoff appearance.

  24. New York Jets

    The new jerseys are awful/awesome depending on how the sun hits them. Aaron Rodgers looks rejuvenated and is pissed with a lot to prove. Dalvin Cook +a completely reformulated offense looks to finally support what is possibly the best defense in the entire NFL.

  25. Oakland Raiders

    Jon Gruden actually did it. He has put this team in a situation to be very good for a long time if this draft goes well. SIKE – he got fired, they dumped D Carr, and Josh McDaniels looks overwhelmed at times. Josh Jacobs is a stud but what’s the defense going to do?

  26. Philadelphia Eagles

    They made it to the Super Bowl in spite of a late season swoon. Best offense in the NFC, and possibly THE WORLD? This year will will find out if they are the best of all NFL teams.

  27. Pittsburgh Steelers

    Want to talk about a falling from grace? Look no further than the Steelers. It happened so quickly, starting with the departure of Antonio Brown and Le’veon and they have been down ever since. Najee Harris looks the part and in year three it is time for a dominant season.

  28. San Francisco 49ers

    They’re finally going to have a quarterback!! If he stays healthy… if Brock Purdy gets hurt (we know Christian McCaffery will not), can Sam Darnold re-write his career narrative?

  29. Seattle Seahawks

    The Legion of Boom was slated to be the Legion of Doom after trading franchise QB Russell Wilson that looks genius in hindsight. In Geno Smith we trust…but what else is in the cupboard?

  30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    The Buccaneers have a lot of talent, but can never hold it together for a full season. In a bad NFC South that is wide open, Baker Mayfield could be “the man.” He still has Chris Godwin and Mike Evans to throw to.

  31. Tennessee Titans

    The Titans best players are old. The offense looks bad. How many times can Derrick Henry tote the rock before exploding? We will find out in 2023.

  32. Washington Redskins

    This franchise is about as broken as Joe Theismann’s leg after a flea flicker. The team could use a real long-term quarterback… otherwise get ready for another chance for the Sanchize.

Don’t worry, we won’t tell your friends you had to Google “list of all NFL teams” to remind yourself of at least half the league.

Related NFL Content: