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See our unique NFL standings charts. Watch teams rise and fall ... see them move up and down in the division standings ... get a quick picture of how each team has done all season long!

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How it works. Our NFL standings charts show how many games above or below .500 each NFL team is. If a team wins, its line rises. If it loses, the line falls. If it has a bye week, the line goes straight across for that week. Simple enough!

If you look at a chart from a previous year, you will probably see how they work. But here's an explanation, based on this sample:

sample chart

The blue team won its first three games (its line was rising). Then it lost in week 4, won in week 5, and lost in week 6. Its record of 4-2 means it is 2 games above a .500 record (it has won 2 more games than it has lost), so its graph is across from the "2" on the left axis. Its line is higher than the others after week 6, so it is leading its division (but the yellow team is closing the gap!).

The red team lost its first three games. (You can't see its line for the first two weeks because it is under the line of the yellow team, which also lost its first two games.) Then the red team won in week 4, lost in week 5, and had a bye in week 6 (its line goes straight across). After 6 weeks, this team is 1-4, or 3 games below a .500 record, so it is across from "-3".

Early in the season, some of the lines overlap each other, but everything gets clearer later in the season. (If anyone knows how to show overlapping lines better in a Microsoft Excel chart, please email me!)

So - keep up with current NFL standings here! We also have charts from many previous NFL seasons. Check them out!

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