The highest consumption of Pizza occurs during Super Bowl
Joe Namath signed a $400,000 contract with the New York Jets
in January 1965, becoming the richest rookie in pro
ABC's Monday night football premiered in September 1970 with
Keith Jackson, Don Meredith, and Howard Cosell.
The NFL granted the Cleveland Rams a franchise in Los
Angeles in 1946.
Because of a football's resemblance to an olive, the Chinese
often call the American game of football "olive ball."
In the NFL the home team is required to provide 24 footballs
for each game, although only around 10 are normally used.
For the 2000 Super Bowl, about a third of the TV commercial
spots were purchased by dot-com companies.
Soldier Field in Chicago is the oldest stadium still in use
in the NFL.
At greatest risk of injury to a professional football
player's anatomy is the knee.
In 1910, a football team was penalized 15 yards for an
incomplete forward pass.
Richard Nixon once tried to offer tactics to an American