National Football League, 2011

November 15, 2017 by in Football Standings tags: ,

2012 saw the National Football League hold its 121st season of premier football (since 1890), and 92nd season of formalized league play (since 1922). The season started September 8, 2011 and ran until February 5, 2012. Conventionally, this season is named NFL 2011-2012 since the exhibition and regular season started in 2011 culminating in the championship in 2012.

Thirty-two teams competed in a 16 game season, with twelve of the 32 teams (37.5%) competing in the playoffs. The National Conference and American Conference champions faced against each other for the Super Bowl Championship.

 

 

NFL National Conference Championship 2011 (Spans 2011-16)
Team # of Championships NC Championship Points
Seattle Seahawks
2 (2013-14) 30
Atlanta Falcons
1 (2016) 15
Carolina Panthers
1 (2015) 15
San Francisco 49ers
1 (2012) 15
New York Giants
1 (2011) 15 (+15)

 

NFL American Conference Championship 2011 (Spans 2011-16)
Team # of Championships AC Championship Points
New England Patriots
3 (2011, 14, 16) 45 (+15)
Denver Broncos 2 (2013, 15) 30
Baltimore Ravens
1 (2012) 15

 


 

Super Bowl Championships 2011 (Spans 2011-16)
Team # of Championships Premier Championship Points
New England Patriots 2 (2014, 16) 62
Denver Broncos
1 (2015) 31
Seattle Seahawks
1 (2013) 31
Baltimore Ravens
1 (2012) 31
New York Giants
1 (2011) 31 (+31)

 

The 46th Super Bowl saw the New York Giants defeat the New England Patriots with the following result:

1.   February 5, 2012 – New York Giants 21 – 17 New England Patriots @ Indianapolis, Indiana

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