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2014 marks the 95th NFL season. This will be a very interesting year for many NFL teams. The season will close with Super Bowl XLIX, on February 1, 2015, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

September 4th is set to be the kickoff of the 95th season of the NFL.  It is way too early to say anything other than the games will be decided on the field. This much we all know. They have spent the offseason studying tapes, speaking to players, training, training, training, now all they can do is knock the dirt out of their cleats and prepare for another NFL season.

The regular season goes from September 4 through December 28, 2014. With playoffs starting January 3, 2015 and Super Bowl being played February 3, 2015 at the University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale Arizona, which boasts a seating capacity of 63,400 expandable to 72,200 with standing room to at least 78,600.  What a beautiful game that will be under the Arizona sun in February! That is going to be an amazing game no matter who is playing it.

So many times there are predictions made this early and most of those are made from loyalties or from game play last year, which is valid reasoning some would argue. While others say that it really depends on each individual play in every new game that determines the win and who will be victorious and not how well they played last year.  Things happen. Circumstances change due to injuries, coaching issues- on and off the field; whatever it may be a miserable start may later surprise you by turning into your most valuable player. Big things happen good and bad that can dramatically affect the fortune of your team.

Isn’t that really the fun of all of these sports? The whole season and what happens?  Who would really watch year after year if the outcome were decided before the teams even put on their pads for the first practice? No one would, so go ahead and boast about how your team is going to win it all just like your co-worker will boast his team and that will keep us all coming back is like most things the unknown in all of it.

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The National Football League has an unlikely beginning, that of an auto showroom in Canton, Ohio. That day, on September 17, 1920, a number of loosely organized football teams decided to give the sport its first true league, eliminating much of the poaching of players and the politics that had kept this game from reaching its potential. Then called the American Professional Football Conference, it consisted of 14 teams. Now, the conference has become the NFL and the roster has increased to 32 clubs.

Not only has the league increased its number of teams and its rosters, but NFL have become perhaps the most popular in professional sports. The teams meet once a week to play Thursday night, Sunday afternoon, Sunday evening, or Monday night for 17 weeks a year during the regular season. After this, the 12-most worthy teams taken from eight divisions play in the postseason. Each team hopes to represent their conference (the AFC or the NFC) in the grandest championship in sports, the Super Bowl.

Of course, the Super Bowl has not always been around. In the pre-Super Bowl era, the NFL was a running league through and through. Yes, some teams did throw the ball, but the running backs were the most important players on the field. The most dominant club was the Green Bay Packers, with the rival Chicago Bears coming up second in terms of championships.

The big game developed to pit the winner of the fledgling and rival AFL against the champion of the more established NFL. It so happened that this game also followed the decision to merge the leagues.

In the Super Bowl era NFL, the Packers have continued to be a standout football team, though the Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys, and San Francisco Giants have more wins and appearances. Also, the game of football has changed. It is more complex now and continues to become more complex with each passing year, with each coach looking for a new way to shock the league and win a Super Bowl before the rest of the National Football League adopts their winning strategy.

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