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Questions about the sport of American football. This should not be confused with the [football] tag, which only applies to the sport called "soccer" in most of North America.

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I highly doubt it is referring to a score of a game for one reason. NFL scores are never written with the losing team's score listed first. If a team A beat team B 34 to 19, the score would be written …
answered Dec 9 '13 by Zack
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An NFL franchised market (i.e. New York, Chicago, Dallas, etc.). On a week when the NFL team (or teams) in a market is on the ROAD Sunday, Monday or Thursday night or Saturday afternoon, the market wi …
answered Aug 30 '12 by Zack
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Every member of the active roster The coaching staff The entire front office and ownership The cheerleaders get rings depending on ownership's decision. But it has been the tradition lately for cheer …
answered Jan 31 '13 by Zack
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In football, there is IR (Injury Reserve) and IR/Designated for Return. This new IR/Designated for Return was created in 2012 to allow a team to put one player on IR that is eligible to come back duri …
answered Oct 16 '13 by Zack
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The reason for IR is to free up space on the team's 53-man roster if a player has an injury that makes him unable to play for the rest of the season. Once a player is assigned to IR, that player's ro …
answered Oct 25 '13 by Zack