Official site of the National Football League. It delivers in-depth team pages for all clubs, game-day coverage with real time statistics and play-by-play and chats with top players. [Description from dmoz]
In the world of professional sports, the National Football League blitzes the competition. The organization oversees America's most popular spectator sport, acting as a trade association for 32 franchise owners. The NFL governs and promotes the game, sets and enforces rules, and regulates team ownership. It generates revenue mostly through marketing sponsorships, licensing merchandise, and selling national broadcasting rights to the games. The teams operate as separate businesses but share a percentage of their revenue. The NFL was founded as the American Professional Football Association in 1920, changing its name two years later. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 2.5 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor plays the California state lottery, visits megamillions.com, and shops on Enterprise Car Sales.
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