NFL Standings

NFL Standings
Up to the minute NFL standings.

NFL Standings

Below are the current NFL standings updated in real-time. Broken down into American Football Conference (AFC) and National Football Conference (NFC). Click here for a list of all NFL teams. Click here for the NFL schedule.

2018 NFL Standings | 2017 NFL Standings | NFL Standings 2016 | NFL Standings 2015 |
2014 NFL Standings | 2013 NFL Standings | 2012 NFL Standings | 2011 NFL Standings |
2010 NFL Standings | 2009 NFL Standings | 2008 NFL Standings | 2007 NFL Standings |
2006 NFL Standings | 2005 NFL Standings | 2004 NFL Standings | 2003 NFL Standings |

Beneath the 2019 NFL standings are the season standings for several years.

AFC Standings

NFC Standings

2018 NFL Standings

The 2018 NFL season culminated with Super Bowl LIII. On February 3, 2019, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, the Patriots defeated the Rams 13–3 for their sixth Super Bowl championship.

NFL Standings 2018 AFC

NFL Standings 2018 NFC

2017 NFL Standings

The 2017 NFL season began on September 7, 2017. The season culminated with Super Bowl LII, located in U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN. The Eagles beat the Patriots 41–33 to win their first Super Bowl ever and finish #1 in the standings.

NFL Standings 2017 AFC

NFL Standings 2017 NFC

NFL Standings 2016

The 2016 NFL season began on September 8, 2016, with the Broncos collecting a “W” against the Panthers 21–20 in the first game of the year. The season ended with Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium in Houston. The Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons 34–28 in OT. The Patriots completed the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history. It is arguably the greatest Super Bowl game ever.

NFL Standings 2016

NFL Standings 2016 AFC

NFL Standings 2015

The 2015 NFL season began on Thursday, September 10, 2015, with the Patriots beating the Steelers 28-21. The 2015 season ended with Super Bowl 50. On Sunday, February 7, 2016, at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, the Broncos beat the Panthers 24–10.

2014 NFL Standings

The season began on Thursday, September 4, 2014 and ended with Super Bowl XLIX, On Sunday, February 1, 2015, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, Patriots beat the Seahawks, 28–24. Malcom Butler’s interception on his own goal line in the final seconds sealed the “W.” And cemented the Pats at the top of the NFL standings.

2014 NFL Standings

2014 NFC NFL Standings


2013 NFL Standings

The 2013 NFL season saw the Seahawks and Broncos ascend the NFL standings and make it to the Super Bowl. The Seahawks spanked the butts of Peyton “noodle-arm” Manning. The game was over by the end of the first quarter and the Seahawks won 43-8. The Super Bowl was played at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on Sunday, February 2, 2014.

2013 NFL Standings

2013 NFL Standings NFC

2012 NFL Standings

The 2012 standings ended with Super Bowl XLVII, on Sunday, February 3, 2013, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA. The “Harbaugh Bowl” featured the Jim Harbaugh-coached 49ers against the John Harbaugh-coached Ravens. The Ravens won 34-31 in a weird game that featured an extended delay due to a power outage. The 49ers had a chance to win with just a few seconds left and threatening on the Ravens goal line, but could not convert on the game’s final play.

2012 NFL NFC Standings

2011 NFL Standings

The 2011 season began on Thursday, September 8, 2011, with the Packers defeating the Saints 42–34 at Lambeau Field and ended with Super Bowl XLVI on February 5, 2012, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The Giants defeated the Patriots 21–17 thanks to an amazing catch on 3rd down by Mario Manningham that netted 38-yards and sealed the deal.

NFL Standings 2011


2010 NFL Standings

In Super Bowl XLV played at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, the Packers defeated the Steelers 31–25 to win their fourth Super Bowl. Aaron Rodgers won his first SB and the shadow of Brett Favre was forever banished.

2010 NFL Standings

NFL Standings 2010

2009 NFL Standings

The 2009 standings ended with Super Bowl XLIV on February 7, 2010 at Sun Life Stadium. The Saints beat Colts 31–17 thanks to a terrible, inexcusable INT by noodle-arm Peyton Manning in the 4th quarter. Interestingly, both the Colts and Saints began the season 14–0 and 13–0, marking the first time in history two teams won their first thirteen games and were 13-0 in the NFL standings.

2009 NFL Standings

NFL Standings 2009

2008 NFL Standings

Super Bowl XLIII, the league’s championship game, was at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, on February 1, 2009. The Steelers beat the Cardinals 27–23 in an awesome back and forth game. The Steelers won thanks to a last-second TD from Ben Roethliesberger to Santonio Holmes. 2009 also featured the first 0-16 team in NFL history, the Detroit Lions.

2008 NFL Standings

NFL Standings 2008

2007 NFL Standings

The Patriots became the first team in NFL history to go 16-0 – read former Patriots defensive lineman Jarvis Green’s recap of the 2007 Patriots season here – only to lose in the Super Bowl to the Giants, 17-14. at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 3. David Tyree’s helmet catch was miraculous.

2007 NFL Standings

NFL Standings 2007

2006 NFL Standings

The Colts beat the Chicago Bears 29–17 in Super Bowl XLI at Dolphin Stadium at Miami Gardens, Florida on February 4. Devin Hester returned the opeing kickoff for a touchdown, the fastest TD in Super Bowl history. The Bears offense was one of the biggest suprises of the 2006 season. Behind Rex Grossman (aka “Gross Rexman”), the offense achieved incredible highs in terms of products and performance, while scraping the lowest of lows due to turnovers and inconsistent play.

2005 NFL Standings

The Steelers defeated the Seahawks 21–10 in Super Bowl XL at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan on February 5. In Jerome Bettis’ return to his hometown of Detroit, he finally won a Super Bowl title in his last NFL game. 2005 was also the year of Hurricane Katrina, which displaced the Saints. Star Saints’ WR Joe Horn was a vocal proponent and de facto spokesperson for the region.


2004 NFL Standings

The Patriots won their second title in two years and completed the rare occurance of a back to back championship. They defeated the Eagles 24–21 in Super Bowl XXXIX at ALLTEL Stadium in Jacksonville, FL on February 6. Donovan McNabb supposedly puked in the huddle during a potential game-winning drive. Terrell Owens played on a broken leg with screws and metal plates; T.O. told us about it.


2003 NFL Standings

The Patriots beat the Panthers 32–29 in Super Bowl XXXVIII at Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX on February 1. The first half was scoreless after 26:55 had elapsed in the game and set the record for the longest amount of time a Super Bowl remained scoreless. The party I was at, people said it was “boring.” I loved it. Then suddenly, the two teams combined for 24 points in just over 3 minutes. At halftime, the “Wardrobe Malfunction” between Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake “took hold” and “captivated” a nation. This game is one of the most underrated games in NFL history.

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