Let's Sum Up The NFL 2022-2023 Season Standings
The 2022-2023 NFL regular season was a thrilling roller coaster of ups and downs, featuring intense rivalries, breakout performances, and incredible comebacks. Notable highlights of the NFL Standings 2022 included record-breaking performances from star quarterbacks, dominant defensive showcases, and nail-biting finishes that left fans on the edge of their seats.
Top 5 Teams Of The Season
Worst 5 Teams Of The Season
NFL Standings 2022 Summary By Conference
In the AFC, the Kansas City Chiefs were the best team of the regular season, with an impressive 14-3 record. They were a powerhouse on offense, led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes, and their defense showed up in crucial moments. The Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals were also strong contenders in the conference, with records of 12-5 and 11-6, respectively.
In the NFC, the Philadelphia Eagles made to the Super Bowl with an impressive season. Also the San Francisco 49ers were the standout teams of the regular season, with records of 14-3 and 13-4, respectively. The Giants had one of the best defenses in the league, while the Panthers had a high-powered offense led by quarterback Daniel Jones.
Best NFL Players of the 2022-23 Season
As for the best players of the 2022-2023 NFL season, there were several standout performers. On the offensive side of the ball, quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady had exceptional seasons, while running backs Jonathan Taylor and Derrick Henry put up impressive numbers. Defensively, players like Aaron Donald and T.J. Watt dominated on the field.
Understanding NFL Standings
Keep an eye on the NFL standings for all NFL teams as the season progresses, not just to keep tabs on the divisions or the playoff races, but also to gain better insight into your NFL betting.
Both the AFC and NFC standings are displayed alongside the points scored for and against each team. Also included are current winning/losing streaks, home/away records, records in and out of division/conference and points for/against, too.
Divide the NFL season into three portions: preseason, regular season and playoffs (which end at the Super Bowl). The preseason is three weeks in August (sometimes late July) where teams play three games that don’t count towards the record.
The preseason games are not the same thing in the sense that many football players -who aren’t necessarily regulars- get significant time in hopes of making a roster. However, there are point spreads to bet on, just like in the regular season and playoffs.
The regular season is composed of 17 games, from September to January. There are four winners from each of the conferences, plus the three next-best teams (wild cards), qualifying for the playoffs. That’s a total of 14 teams.
The NFL playoffs are a single-elimination tournament beginning with the wild-card games and culminating with the NFL championship game that’s the Super Bowl. This is played at a predetermined site between the AFC and NFC conference champions.
Gone International: It's No Longer Played Only in America
Except for five international games (three in the United Kingdom, one in Germany, one in Mexico), all of the games are played within the United States. The Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints and Jacksonville Jaguars have “home” games in London, while the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Arizona Cardinals “host” in Munich and Mexico City, respectively.