The NFL standings are found at nfl.com/standings. The website allows users to filter by league, conference and division. It also provides standings from past seasons and preseasons.Continue Reading
The NFL website also lets users filter the standings by a variety of splits, such as division, overtime, conference and grass or turf. Markings are used to show a secured playoff status: "x" for a clinched playoff spot, "y" for a clinched Wild Card, "z" for a clinched division and "*" for a clinched division and home field advantage. The NFL "Playoff Picture" is also available, which provides a graphic that shows the potential playoff match ups and the teams that are still in the Wild Card hunt. A link to the tiebreaking procedures is also available.
ESPN provides a similar set up at espn.go.com with filters showing league, division, conference and year, but splits are not available. ESPN also provides a playoff standings option, which provides the standings in order by conference instead of division. Instead of using letter markings like the NFL, ESPN provides users with a one or two sentence description of why the team is placed where it is. This also takes the place of the tiebreaking procedure page.Learn more about American Football