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Chad Aaron introduces you to the (linear) NFL World Heavyweight Championship. Learn the history, get caught up, and see who the reigning champion is!

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Chad Aaron introduces you to the (linear) NFL World Heavyweight Championship. Learn the history, get caught up, and see who the reigning champion is!

The Super Bowl is arguably the biggest sports spectacle in the world. Happening just once a year, it is how the NFL crowns a champion. The winning team can call themselves “Champions” for an entire year.

Did you ever wonder what football would be like if that championship was put on the line week in and week out, similar to the way a wrestling title is, subject to being won and lost on Any Given Sunday (or Thursday, or Monday, or Tuesday, or Wednesday the way 2020 has gone). I did. So, a while back, I came up with what I call…

The NFL World Heavyweight Championship.

How did this come about? I am not really a boxing fan. A number of years ago, I came across an article about the “Linear World Championship.” That, in summary, is the idea of tracing the World Championship from fight to fight, and not factoring in cases where governing bodies have stripped titles from fighters for various reasons. There would be no exhibitions, every fight was a title fight. The Linear title often crossed with one or more of the actual world titles, but It was more interesting to me in the cases where it did not.

Of course, in wrestling, there are often non-title matches, or situations where the champion wrestles, but the title is not on the line – tag team matches, battle royals, etc.… The idea of a Linear World Championship in wrestling would be much more difficult to trace back. And tracking down house show matches from decades ago seemed like an impossible task.

So instead, I took that idea and wondered if it could be applied to other sports. Football seemed the easiest, with its one-game-a-week schedule and small number of games each season. The idea of the NFL World Heavyweight Championship was born.

I needed a starting point, and the first Super Bowl seemed like the natural genesis. So, I treated Super Bowl 1 as the finals of an inaugural NFLWHC tournament. Every regular season and playoff game from then on would be considered a title defense. Ties would count much like a Double-Disqualification or Double-Count Out in wrestling; no winner is declared, and the current champion retains. From there, it is just a matter of tracing each season and following the title from team to team.

Let us look at 2020 as an example. Baltimore ended the 2019 season as the reigning NFLWHC title holder and carried the crown into the playoffs. Tennessee beat them for it in the divisional round of the playoffs, then lost it to Kansas City in the AFC Championship Game the following week.

The Chiefs defended the title in Super Bowl 54 and carried it into the 2020 season. They lost the title to Las Vegas in October. Tampa Bay won it two weeks later, and New Orleans claimed the throne two weeks after that. They held on until this past Sunday when Philadelphia knocked them off and became the current champions.

However, should the team with the title not make the playoffs, the title is vacated at the end of the season and the playoffs become a tournament to crown a new champion. This happened in the very first season. Green Bay took the initial crown in Super Bowl 1. That next fall, they lost it to Minnesota, who lost it to Atlanta, who lost it to Dallas, who lost it to Washington, who lost it to Cleveland, who lost it to Philadelphia. The Eagles ended the regular season with the title, but failed to make the playoffs. The title was then vacated, and the Packers reclaimed the title by winning Super Bowl 2.

Make sense? Probably not. For me, it is just a bit of harmless fun to follow during football season. There were some oddities to figure out along the way with franchise relocations, The Browns/Ravens/Browns situation, etc.

I will leave you with a couple of notes for the stat nerds. There have been 388 title wins and 19 vacancies. The Raiders are the Nature Boys of the NFL, with 28 championship wins. The Cowboys are next at 22, with Buffalo sitting at 18. The Broncos and Chiefs both stand at 17 titles to round out the Top Five. The Bottom Five sees four teams sitting with four titles each; recent expansion brethren Carolina and Jacksonville, then Baltimore – who gets treated like an expansion franchise for these purposes, and finally Tampa Bay. Rounding off the Bottom Five are the Houston Texans, who in 18 seasons, have never won the NFL World Heavyweight Championship.

History of the NFL World Heavyweight Championship

# NFL World Heavyweight Champion Date Won Note Days
1 Green Bay Packers 1/17/67 Def. Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 1 271
2 Minnesota Vikings 10/15/67 14
3 Atlanta Falcons 10/29/67 7
4 Dallas Cowboys 11/5/67 14
5 Washington Football Team 11/19/67 7
6 Cleveland Browns 11/26/67 21
7 Philadephia Eagles 12/17/67 6
8 Vacated 12/23/67 22
9 Green Bay Packers 1/14/68 Def. Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl 2 252
10 Minnesota Vikings 9/22/68 7
11 Chicago Bears 9/29/68 7
12 Baltimore Colts 10/6/68 14
13 Cleveland Browns 10/20/68 55
14 St. Louis Cardinals 12/14/68 7
15 Vacated 12/21/68 22
16 New York Jets 1/12/69 Def. Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl 3 252
17 Denver Broncos 9/21/69 7
18 Buffalo Bills 9/28/69 6
19 Houston Oilers 10/4/69 8
20 Kansas City Chiefs 10/12/69 42
21 Oakland Raiders 11/23/69 42
22 Kansas City Chiefs 1/4/70 Playoffs – Won Super Bowl 4 259
23 Minnesota Vikings 9/20/70 14
24 Green Bay Packers 10/4/70 14
25 Los Angeles Rams 10/18/70 8
26 Minnesota Vikings 10/26/70 34
27 New York Jets 11/29/70 7
28 Oakland Raiders 12/6/70 14
29 San Francisco 49ers 12/20/70 14
30 Dallas Cowboys 1/3/71 14
31 Baltimore Colts 1/17/71 Playoffs – Won Super Bowl 5 252
32 Cleveland Browns 9/26/71 8
33 Oakland Raiders 10/4/71 55
34 Baltimore Colts 11/28/71 21
35 New England Patriots 12/19/71 6
36 Vacated 12/25/71 22
37 Dallas Cowboys 1/16/72 Def. Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl 6 259
38 Green Bay Packers 10/1/72 21
39 Atlanta Falcons 10/22/72 7
40 San Francisco 49ers 10/29/72 7
41 Atlanta Falcons 11/5/72 15
42 Washington Football Team 11/20/72 19
43 Dallas Cowboys 12/9/72 8
44 New York Giants 12/17/72 6
45 Vacated 12/23/72 22
46 Miami Dolphins 1/14/73 Def. Washington Football Team in Super Bowl 7 252
47 Oakland Raiders 9/23/73 7
48 Kansas City Chiefs 9/30/73 21
49 Cincinnati Bengals 10/21/73 7
50 Pittsburgh Steelers 10/28/73 21
51 Denver Broncos 11/18/73 14
52 Dallas Cowboys 12/2/73 28
53 Minnesota Vikings 12/30/73 Playoffs 14
54 Miami Dolphins 1/13/74 Super Bowl 8 245
55 New England Patriots 9/15/74 35
56 Buffalo Bills 10/20/74 21
57 Houston Oilers 11/10/74 14
58 Dallas Cowboys 11/24/74 20
59 Oakland Raiders 12/14/74 15
60 Pittsburgh Steelers 12/29/74 Playoffs – Won Super Bowl 9 273
61 Buffalo Bills 9/28/75 22
62 New York Giants 10/20/75 5
63 St. Louis Cardinals 10/25/75 33
64 Buffalo Bills 11/27/75 10
65 Miami Dolphins 12/7/75 7
66 Baltimore Colts 12/14/75 13
67 Pittsburgh Steelers 12/27/75 Playoffs – Won Super Bowl 10 260
68 Oakland Raiders 9/12/76 21
69 New England Patriots 10/3/76 7
70 Detroit Lions 10/10/76 7
71 Washington Football Team 10/17/76 14
72 Dallas Cowboys 10/31/76 21
73 Atlanta Falcons 11/21/76 7
74 Houston Oilers 11/28/76 7
75 Cleveland Browns 12/5/76 7
76 Kansas City Chiefs 12/12/76 6
77 Vacated 12/18/76 22
78 Oakland Raiders 1/9/77 Def. Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl 11 280
79 Denver Broncos 10/16/77 14
80 Oakland Raiders 10/30/77 21
81 San Diego Chargers 11/20/77 21
82 Denver Broncos 12/11/77 7
83 Dallas Cowboys 12/18/77 Won Super Bowl 12 273
84 Los Angeles Rams 9/17/78 35
85 New Orleans Saints 10/22/78 14
86 Pittsburgh Steelers 11/5/78 7
87 Los Angeles Rams 11/12/78 14
88 Cleveland Browns 11/26/78 7
89 Seattle Seahawks 12/3/78 7
90 San Diego Chargers 12/10/78 14
91 Vacated 12/24/78 28
92 Pittsburgh Steelers 1/21/79 Def. Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl 13 252
93 Philadephia Eagles 9/30/79 21
94 Washington Football Team 10/21/79 7
95 New Orleans Saints 10/28/79 7
96 Denver Broncos 11/4/79 21
97 Oakland Raiders 11/25/79 21
98 Seattle Seahawks 12/16/79 7
99 Vacated 12/23/79 28
100 Pittsburgh Steelers 1/20/80 Def. Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl 14 245
101 Cincinnati Bengals 9/21/80 7
102 Houston Oilers 9/28/80 7
103 Seattle Seahawks 10/5/80 7
104 Cleveland Browns 10/12/80 35
105 Pittsburgh Steelers 11/16/80 7
106 Buffalo Bills 11/23/80 7
107 Baltimore Colts 11/30/80 7
108 Cincinnati Bengals 12/7/80 14
109 Cleveland Browns 12/21/80 14
110 Oakland Raiders 1/4/81 Playoffs – Won Super Bowl 15 245
111 Denver Broncos 9/6/81 7
112 Seattle Seahawks 9/13/81 7
113 Oakland Raiders 9/20/81 7
114 Detroit Lions 9/27/81 7
115 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10/4/81 14
116 Oakland Raiders 10/18/81 7
117 Kansas City Chiefs 10/25/81 7
118 San Diego Chargers 11/1/81 7
119 Cincinnati Bengals 11/8/81 28
120 San Francisco 49ers 12/6/81 Won Super Bowl 16 280
121 Los Angeles Raiders 9/12/82 77
122 Cincinnati Bengals 11/28/82 22
123 San Diego Chargers 12/20/82 13
124 Los Angeles Raiders 1/2/83 13
125 New York Jets 1/15/83 Playoffs 8
126 Miami Dolphins 1/23/83 Playoffs 7
127 Washington Football Team 1/30/83 Super Bowl 17 218
128 Dallas Cowboys 9/5/83 48
129 Los Angeles Raiders 10/23/83 7
130 Seattle Seahawks 10/30/83 14
131 St. Louis Cardinals 11/13/83 11
132 Dallas Cowboys 11/24/83 17
133 Washington Football Team 12/11/83 42
134 Los Angeles Raiders 1/22/84 Super Bowl 18 252
135 Denver Broncos 9/30/84 56
136 Seattle Seahawks 11/25/84 14
137 Kansas City Chiefs 12/9/84 13
138 Vacated 12/22/84 29
139 San Francisco 49ers 1/20/85 Def. Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl 19 231
140 Minnesota Vikings 9/8/85 11
141 Chicago Bears 9/19/85 74
142 Miami Dolphins 12/2/85 41
143 New England Patriots 1/12/86 Playoffs 14
144 Chicago Bears 1/26/86 Super Bowl 20 266
145 Minnesota Vikings 10/19/86 7
146 Cleveland Browns 10/26/86 21
147 Los Angeles Raiders 11/16/86 14
148 Philadephia Eagles 11/30/86 21
149 Washington Football Team 12/21/86 21
150 New York Giants 1/11/87 Playoffs – Won Super Bowl 21 246
151 Chicago Bears 9/14/87 34
152 New Orleans Saints 10/18/87 7
153 San Francisco 49ers 10/25/87 21
154 New Orleans Saints 11/15/87 49
155 Minnesota Vikings 1/3/88 Playoffs 14
156 Washington Football Team 1/17/88 Playoffs – Won Super Bowl 22 232
157 New York Giants 9/5/88 6
158 San Francisco 49ers 9/11/88 7
159 Atlanta Falcons 9/18/88 7
160 Dallas Cowboys 9/25/88 8
161 New Orleans Saints 10/3/88 27
162 Los Angeles Rams 10/30/88 7
163 Philadephia Eagles 11/6/88 28
164 Washington Football Team 12/4/88 7
165 Dallas Cowboys 12/11/88 7
166 Philadephia Eagles 12/18/88 13
167 Chicago Bears 12/31/88 Playoffs 8
168 San Francisco 49ers 1/8/89 Playoffs – Won Super Bowl 23 266
169 Los Angeles Rams 10/1/89 15
170 Buffalo Bills 10/16/89 20
171 Atlanta Falcons 11/5/89 7
172 San Francisco 49ers 11/12/89 7
173 Green Bay Packers 11/19/89 21
174 Kansas City Chiefs 12/10/89 7
175 San Diego Chargers 12/17/89 14
176 Vacated 12/31/89 28
177 San Francisco 49ers 1/28/90 Def. Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 24 301
178 Los Angeles Rams 11/25/90 14
179 New Orleans Saints 12/9/90 7
180 Pittsburgh Steelers 12/16/90 14
181 Houston Oilers 12/30/90 7
182 Cincinnati Bengals 1/6/91 Playoffs 7
183 Los Angeles Raiders 1/13/91 Playoffs 7
184 Buffalo Bills 1/20/91 Playoffs 7
185 New York Giants 1/27/91 Super Bowl 25 224
186 Los Angeles Rams 9/8/91 7
187 New Orleans Saints 9/15/91 42
188 Chicago Bears 10/27/91 28
189 Miami Dolphins 11/24/91 21
190 San Diego Chargers 12/15/91 7
191 Denver Broncos 12/22/91 21
192 Buffalo Bills 1/12/92 14
193 Washington Football Team 1/26/92 Super Bowl 26 225
194 Dallas Cowboys 9/7/92 28
195 Philadephia Eagles 10/5/92 6
196 Kansas City Chiefs 10/11/92 7
197 Dallas Cowboys 10/18/92 28
198 Los Angeles Rams 11/15/92 7
199 San Francisco 49ers 11/22/92 56
200 Dallas Cowboys 1/17/93 Playoffs – Won Super Bowl  27 232
201 Washington Football Team 9/6/93 6
202 Phoenix Cardinals 9/12/93 7
203 Dallas Cowboys 9/19/93 63
204 Atlanta Falcons 11/21/93 14
205 Houston Oilers 12/5/93 42
206 Kansas City Chiefs 1/16/94 Playoffs 7
207 Buffalo Bills 1/23/94 Playoffs 7
208 Dallas Cowboys 1/30/94 Super Bowl  28 232
209 Detroit Lions 9/19/94 6
210 New England Patriots 9/25/94 14
211 Los Angeles Raiders 10/9/94 7
212 Miami Dolphins 10/16/94 28
213 Chicago Bears 11/13/94 18
214 Minnesota Vikings 12/1/94 16
215 Detroit Lions 12/17/94 8
216 Miami Dolphins 12/25/94 14
217 San Diego Chargers 1/8/95 Playoffs 21
218 San Francisco 49ers 1/29/95 Super Bowl  29 239
219 Detroit Lions 9/25/95 20
220 Green Bay Packers 10/15/95 14
221 Detroit Lions 10/29/95 7
222 Atlanta Falcons 11/5/95 7
223 Buffalo Bills 11/12/95 14
224 New England Patriots 11/26/95 7
225 New Orleans Saints 12/3/95 7
226 Atlanta Falcons 12/10/95 7
227 Carolina Panthers 12/17/95 7
228 Washington Football Team 12/24/95 6
229 Vacated 12/30/95 29
230 Dallas Cowboys 1/28/96 Def. Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl  30 218
231 Chicago Bears 9/2/96 6
232 Washington Football Team 9/8/96 56
233 Buffalo Bills 11/3/96 28
234 Indianapolis Colts 12/1/96 21
235 Cincinnati Bengals 12/22/96 6
236 Vacated 12/28/96 29
237 Green Bay Packers 1/26/97 Def. New England Patriots in Super Bowl 31 224
238 Philadephia Eagles 9/7/97 8
239 Dallas Cowboys 9/15/97 20
240 New York Giants 10/5/97 35
241 Tennessee Oilers 11/9/97 7
242 Jacksonville Jaguars 11/16/97 7
243 Cincinnati Bengals 11/23/97 7
244 Philadephia Eagles 11/30/97 7
245 New York Giants 12/7/97 20
246 Minnesota Vikings 12/27/97 Playoffs 7
247 San Francisco 49ers 1/3/98 Playoffs 8
248 Green Bay Packers 1/11/98 Playoffs 14
249 Denver Broncos 1/25/98 Super Bowl 32 322
250 New York Giants 12/13/98 20
251 Vacated 1/2/99 29
252 Denver Broncos 1/31/99 Def. Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl  33 225
253 Miami Dolphins 9/13/99 21
254 Buffalo Bills 10/4/99 13
255 Oakland Raiders 10/17/99 14
256 Miami Dolphins 10/31/99 14
257 Buffalo Bills 11/14/99 7
258 New York Jets 11/21/99 7
259 Indianapolis Colts 11/28/99 35
260 Buffalo Bills 1/2/00 6
261 Tennessee Titans 1/8/00 Playoffs 22
262 St. Louis Rams 1/30/00 Super Bowl 34 266
263 Kansas City Chiefs 10/22/00 14
264 Oakland Raiders 11/5/00 8
265 Denver Broncos 11/13/00 34
266 Kansas City Chiefs 12/17/00 7
267 Atlanta Falcons 12/24/00 6
268 Vacated 12/30/00 29
269 Baltimore Ravens 1/28/01 Def. New York Giants in Super Bowl  35 238
270 Cincinnati Bengals 9/23/01 7
271 San Diego Chargers 9/30/01 7
272 Cleveland Browns 10/7/01 7
273 Cincinnati Bengals 10/14/01 7
274 Chicago Bears 10/21/01 21
275 Green Bay Packers 11/11/01 7
276 Atlanta Falcons 11/18/01 14
277 St. Louis Rams 12/2/01 63
278 New England Patriots 2/3/02 Super Bowl 36 238
279 San Diego Chargers 9/29/02 7
280 Denver Broncos 10/6/02 7
281 Miami Dolphins 10/13/02 7
282 Buffalo Bills 10/20/02 14
283 New England Patriots 11/3/02 14
284 Oakland Raiders 11/17/02 28
285 Miami Dolphins 12/15/02 6
286 Minnesota Vikings 12/21/02 14
287 Vacated 1/4/03 22
288 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1/26/03 Def. Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl  37 231
289 Carolina Panthers 9/14/03 35
290 Tennessee Titans 10/19/03 43
291 New York Jets 12/1/03 6
292 Buffalo Bills 12/7/03 7
293 Tennessee Titans 12/14/03 27
294 New England Patriots 1/10/04 Playoffs  – Won Super Bowl 38 295
295 Pittsburgh Steelers 10/31/04 84
296 New England Patriots 1/23/05 Playoffs – Won Super Bowl  39 238
297 Carolina Panthers 9/18/05 7
298 Miami Dolphins 9/25/05 14
299 Buffalo Bills 10/9/05 14
300 Oakland Raiders 10/23/05 14
301 Kansas City Chiefs 11/6/05 7
302 Buffalo Bills 11/13/05 7
303 San Diego Chargers 11/20/05 21
304 Miami Dolphins 12/11/05 27
305 Vacated 1/7/06 29
306 Pittsburgh Steelers 2/5/06 Def. Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl  40 225
307 Jacksonville Jaguars 9/18/06 6
308 Indianapolis Colts 9/24/06 56
309 Dallas Cowboys 11/19/06 21
310 New Orleans Saints 12/10/06 7
311 Washington Football Team 12/17/06 7
312 St. Louis Rams 12/24/06 13
313 Vacated 1/6/07 29
314 Indianapolis Colts 2/4/07 Def. Chicago Bears in Super Bowl  41 273
315 New England Patriots 11/4/07 91
316 New York Giants 2/3/08 Super Bowl 42 253
317 Cleveland Browns 10/13/08 6
318 Washington Football Team 10/19/08 15
319 Pittsburgh Steelers 11/3/08 6
320 Indianapolis Colts 11/9/08 55
321 San Diego Chargers 1/3/09 Playoffs 8
322 Pittsburgh Steelers 1/11/09 Playoffs – Won Super Bowl  43 252
323 Chicago Bears 9/20/09 28
324 Atlanta Falcons 10/18/09 7
325 Dallas Cowboys 10/25/09 21
326 Green Bay Packers 11/15/09 35
327 Pittsburgh Steelers 12/20/09 20
328 Vacated 1/9/10 29
329 New Orleans Saints 2/7/10 Def. Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl  44 231
330 Atlanta Falcons 9/26/10 21
331 Philadephia Eagles 10/17/10 7
332 Tennessee Titans 10/24/10 7
333 San Diego Chargers 10/31/10 35
334 Oakland Raiders 12/5/10 7
335 Jacksonville Jaguars 12/12/10 7
336 Indianapolis Colts 12/19/10 20
337 New York Jets 1/8/11 Playoffs 15
338 Pittsburgh Steelers 1/23/11 Playoffs 14
339 Green Bay Packers 2/6/11 Super Bowl 45 315
340 Kansas City Chiefs 12/18/11 6
341 Oakland Raiders 12/24/11 8
342 San Diego Chargers 1/1/12 6
343 Vacated 1/7/12 29
344 New York Giants 2/5/12 Def. New England Patriots in Super Bowl  46 213
345 Dallas Cowboys 9/5/12 11
346 Seattle Seahawks 9/16/12 14
347 St. Louis Rams 9/30/12 14
348 Miami Dolphins 10/14/12 21
349 Indianapolis Colts 11/4/12 14
350 New England Patriots 11/18/12 28
351 San Francisco 49ers 12/16/12 7
352 Seattle Seahawks 12/23/12 21
353 Atlanta Falcons 1/13/13 Playoffs 7
354 San Francisco 49ers 1/20/13 Playoffs 14
355 Baltimore Ravens 2/3/13 Super Bowl 47 214
356 Denver Broncos 9/5/13 45
357 Indianapolis Colts 10/20/13 21
358 St. Louis Rams 11/10/13 21
359 San Francisco 49ers 12/1/13 49
360 Seattle Seahawks 1/19/14 Playoffs – Won Super Bowl  48 238
361 San Diego Chargers 9/14/14 35
362 Kansas City Chiefs 10/19/14 32
363 Oakland Raiders 11/20/14 10
364 St. Louis Rams 11/30/14 11
365 Arizona Cardinals 12/11/14 10
366 Seattle Seahawks 12/21/14 42
367 New England Patriots 2/1/15 Super Bowl 49 301
368 Denver Broncos 11/29/15 14
369 Oakland Raiders 12/13/15 7
370 Green Bay Packers 12/20/15 7
371 Arizona Cardinals 12/27/15 7
372 Seattle Seahawks 1/3/16 14
373 Carolina Panthers 1/17/16 Playoffs 21
374 Denver Broncos 2/7/16 Super Bowl 50 245
375 Atlanta Falcons 10/9/16 7
376 Seattle Seahawks 10/16/16 14
377 New Orleans Saints 10/30/16 14
378 Denver Broncos 11/13/16 14
379 Kansas City Chiefs 11/27/16 21
380 Tennessee Titans 12/18/16 6
381 Jacksonville Jaguars 12/24/16 8
382 Indianapolis Colts 1/1/17 6
383 Vacated 1/7/17 29
384 New England Patriots 2/5/17 Def. Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl 51 214
385 Kansas City Chiefs 9/7/17 38
386 Pittsburgh Steelers 10/15/17 63
387 New England Patriots 12/17/17 49
388 Philadephia Eagles 2/4/18 Super Bowl 52 224
389 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9/16/18 7
390 Pittsburgh Steelers 9/23/18 7
391 Baltimore Ravens 9/30/18 7
392 Cleveland Browns 10/7/18 7
393 Los Angeles Chargers 10/14/18 35
394 Denver Broncos 11/18/18 21
395 San Francisco 49ers 12/9/18 14
396 Chicago Bears 12/23/18 14
397 Philadephia Eagles 1/6/19 Playoffs 7
398 New Orleans Saints 1/13/19 Playoffs 7
399 Los Angeles Rams 1/20/19 Playoffs 14
400 New England Patriots 2/3/19 Super Bowl 53 273
401 Baltimore Ravens 11/3/19 69
402 Tennessee Titans 1/11/20 Playoffs 8
403 Kansas City Chiefs 1/19/20 Playoffs – Won Super Bowl 54 266
404 Las Vegas Raiders 10/11/20 14
405 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10/25/20 14
406 New Orleans Saints 11/8/20 35
407 Philadelphia Eagles 12/13/20 1

NFL World Heavyweight Championship Stats

Team # of titles
Oakland / Los Angeles / Las Vegas Raiders 28
Dallas Cowboys 22
Buffalo Bills 18
Kansas City Chiefs 17
Denver Broncos 17
San Francisco 49ers 16
Pittsburgh Steelers 16
New England Patriots 16
Miami Dolphins 15
Washington Football Team 15
Atlanta Falcons 15
San Diego / Los Angeles Chargers 15
Los Angeles / St. Louis Rams 15
Baltimore / Indianapolis Colts 14
Houston Oilers / Tennessee Oilers  / Tennessee Titans 13
New Orleans Saints 13
Green Bay Packers 12
Seattle Seahawks 12
Philadelphia Eagles 12
Minnesota Vikings 11
Chicago Bears 11
Cleveland Browns 11
Cincinnati Bengals 10
New York Giants 10
New York Jets 6
Detroit Lions 6
St. Louis / Phoenix / Arizona Cardinals 6
Carolina Panthers 4
Jacksonville Jaguars 4
Baltimore Ravens 4
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4
Houston Texans 0


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