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New England Patriots
New York Jets
New York Giants
|AFC North||NFC North|
Green Bay Packers
|AFC West||NFC West|
Kansas City Chiefs
San Diego Chargers
San Francisco 49ers
St Louis Rams
|AFC South||NFC South|
New Orleans Saints
Tampa Bay Bucs
The NFL is often synonymous with parity -- giving fans of all 32 teams hope before the season kicks off. Last season, the Kansas City Chiefs were the perfect example. Kansas City finished the 2012 season 2-14, and had the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. Led by new head coach Andy Reid, the Chiefs finished the season 11-5, qualifying for the playoffs for the first time since 2010, and gave Chiefs fans a reason to cheer all season long.
Expectations will once again be sky-high for some of the pre-season favorites. The New England Patriots and Denver Broncos have Super Bowl-or-bust expectations, with Tom Brady and Peyton Manning's window to win another Super Bowl beginning to shrink. Upstart teams like the San Francisco 49ers and the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks also enter the 2014 season with Super Bowl expectations, as fans in the Bay Area and Pacific Northwest are hungry for more titles.
Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints are aiming to return to the Super Bowl -- and now have one of the top safety tandems in the entire league after signing free agent Jairus Byrd. New Orleans will face stiff competition from Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers, as well as from Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons -- who are trying to put the memory of the disastrous 2013 season behind them.
Neither the New York Jets nor New York Giants made the playoffs last season -- but both teams made major moves in the offseason. Rex Ryan and the Jets signed the top free-agent wide receiver on the market in Eric Decker, while adding quarterback Michael Vick as well, giving the Jets a much more dynamic offense than ever before. Big Blue shored up its secondary by adding Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie -- formerly of the Denver Broncos.
No matter who your favorite team is, you have all the reason in the world to be excited for the upcoming NFL season! According to the latest Harris Poll, the NFL is far and away the most popular sport in the United States, as a whopping 35% of survey respondents called professional football their favorite sport.
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Act now to purchase tickets to Super Bowl XLIX! Super Bowl 49 will be held on Feb. 1, 2015, at University of Phoenix Stadium, in Glendale, Ariz! Glendale last hosted the Super Bowl in 2008, when the New York Giants upset the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII, spoiling New England's quest for perefection.
Last season, the Seattle Seahawks put on a defensive clinic on the biggest stage, dominating the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII, en route to capturing Seattle's first-ever Super Bowl title -- an amazing accomplishment, considering the Seahawks faced off against the most prolific offense in NFL history.
Was Super Bowl XLVIII Peyton Manning's last chance for a second Super Bowl ring -- or will he be back in the Big Game this season? Undoubtedly, that is one of the biggest questions headed into the upcoming year. Whether or not Manning, Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers or Drew Brees ends up back in the Super Bowl, one thing is for sure -- the Super Bowl is the year's can't miss sporting event!
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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell continues to expand the NFL brand and the game of American football. One of Goodell's methods is having NFL teams play regular season games at Wembley Stadium, in London, as part of the NFL's International Series. In 2014, Wembley Stadium will host three NFL games -- featuring a handful of the NFL's iconic franchises!
The Miami Dolphins and Oakland Raiders will square off at Wembley Stadium on Sept. 28. Though neither the Dolphins nor the Raiders have had much success recently, the two franchises have a rich, storied history. Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions will take on Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons on Oct. 26, showcasing two of the best, young quarterbacks in all of the NFL. Perhaps the most recognizable team in the entire NFL will be on display in London on Nov. 9, when the Dallas Cowboys take on the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Whether or not an NFL team ends up permanently based in London remains to be seen -- but there's no doubt that that NFL's International Series is popular! 83,518 fans turned out to Wembley Stadium to watch the Vikings knock off the Steelers 34-27 in London last season, while 83,559 showed up to watch the then-defending NFC champion 49ers defeat the Jaguars, 42-10.
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