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Who was in the NFL playoffs in 2012?

Who was in the NFL playoffs in 2012?

Dates January 5–February 3, 2013 Defending champions New York Giants (did not qualify) Champions Baltimore Ravens Runners-up San Francisco 49ers Conference runners-up Atlanta Falcons New England Patriots

Who are the top 100 NFL players of all time?

The Top 100 Players of 2020 highlighted the game’s best players and concluded with a game-wrecking crew landing in the Top 10. Below is how the Top 10 shook out this year: 9. Super Bowl 53 Champion and 3x Pro Bowler, Stephon Gilmore 3. 2x Defensive Player of the Year and 2018 NFL sacks leader, Aaron Donald

When does the NFL 100 Greatest come out?

NFL 100 Greatest rolled out over 10 weeks with two one-hour episodes that aired back-to-back every Friday night. The NFL and the Associated Press (AP) came together to select the 100 greatest across five categories – Plays, Games, Characters, Game Changers and Teams.

What are the best plays in NFL history?

Welcome to the NFL Throwback. Relive the greatest games, best stories, and most ridiculous moments in football history. NFL Big 12 Stars’ Best College Plays! EVERY Onside Kick Recovery Since 2000! An error occurred while retrieving sharing information. Please try again later.

Who are the top 10 NFL tackles of all time?

Leaders Table Rank Player Solo Years Tm 1 Ray Lewis + 1,568 1996-2012 rav 2 London Fletcher 1,384 1998-2013 3TM 3 Derrick Brooks + 1,300 1995-2008 tam 4 Donnie Edwards 1,135 1996-2008 2TM

What was the average points scored in the NFL in 2012?

There were a total of 11,651 points scored during the 2012 NFL regular season. The average points scored among all the teams in the NFL was 22.8 points per game. The New England Patriots had the highest point differential, scoring an average of 14.1 points more than their opponents.

Who was the winner of the NFL playoffs?

The postseason tournament concluded with the Baltimore Ravens defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII, 34–31, on February 3, at Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. All playoff teams in both conferences won at least 10 games, the first time since 2005 .