NFL 1981

Saison 1981 der National Football League
NFL-Saison 1981
Regular Season
Saison 6. September 1981 – 21. Dezember 1981
Play-offs
Datum 27. Dezember 1981
AFC Champions Cincinnati Bengals
NFC Champions San Francisco 49ers
Super Bowl XVI
Datum 24. Januar 1982
Spielort Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, Michigan
NFL Champion San Francisco 49ers
Pro Bowl
Datum 31. Januar 1982
Spielort Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii
NFL Saison
 < 1980 1982 > 

Die NFL-Saison 1981 war die 62. Saison im American Football in der National Football League (NFL). Die Regular Season begann am 5. September 1981 und endete am 21. Dezember 1981. Die Saison endete mit dem Pro Bowl am 31. Januar im Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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AFC East
Team S N U SQ P+ P− DIV CONF
(2) Miami Dolphins 11 4 1 0,719 345 275 5–2–1 8–3–1
(4) New York Jets 10 5 1 0,656 355 287 6–1–1 8–5–1
(5) Buffalo Bills 10 6 0 0,625 311 276 6–2 9–3
Baltimore Colts 2 14 0 0,125 259 533 2–6 2–10
New England Patriots 2 14 0 0,125 322 370 0–8 2–10
AFC Central
Team S N U SQ P+ P− DIV CONF
(1) Cincinnati Bengals 12 4 0 0,750 421 304 4–2 10–2
Pittsburgh Steelers 8 8 0 0,500 356 297 3–3 5–7
Houston Oilers 7 9 0 0,438 281 355 4–2 6–6
Cleveland Browns 5 11 0 0,313 276 375 1–5 2–10
AFC West
Team S N U SQ P+ P− DIV CONF
(3) San Diego Chargers 10 6 0 0,625 478 390 6–2 8–4
Denver Broncos 10 6 0 0,625 321 289 5–3 7–5
Kansas City Chiefs 9 7 0 0,563 343 290 5–3 7–5
Oakland Raiders 7 9 0 0,438 273 343 2–6 5–7
Seattle Seahawks 6 10 0 0,375 322 388 2–6 6–8
NFC East
Team S N U SQ P+ P− DIV CONF
(2) Dallas Cowboys 12 4 0 0,750 367 277 6–2 8–4
(4) Philadelphia Eagles 10 6 0 0,625 368 221 4–4 7–5
(5) New York Giants 9 7 0 0,563 295 257 5–3 8–6
Washington Redskins 8 8 0 0,500 347 349 3–5 6–6
St. Louis Cardinals 7 9 0 0,438 315 408 2–6 4–8
NFC Central
Team S N U SQ P+ P− DIV CONF
(3) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9 7 0 0,563 315 268 6–2 9–3
Detroit Lions 8 8 0 0,500 397 322 4–4 6–6
Green Bay Packers 8 8 0 0,500 324 361 4–4 7–7
Minnesota Vikings 7 9 0 0,438 325 369 4–4 6–6
Chicago Bears 6 10 0 0,375 253 324 2–6 2–10
NFC West
Team S N U SQ P+ P− DIV CONF
(1) San Francisco 49ers 13 3 0 0,813 357 250 5–1 10–2
Atlanta Falcons 7 9 0 0,438 426 355 3–3 6–6
Los Angeles Rams 6 10 0 0,375 303 351 2–4 5–7
New Orleans Saints 4 12 0 0,250 207 378 2–4 2–10

Legende:

Siege Niederlagen Unentschieden DIV Gewonnene / verlorene Spiele in der Division SQ gewonnene Spiele (relativ)
P+ gemachte Punkte P− gegnerische Punkte Playoff-Teilnehmer CONF Gewonnene / verlorene Spiele in der Conference

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Die Play-offs begannen am 27. Dezember und liefen bis zum 10. Januar 1982. Die San Francisco 49ers gewannen ihren ersten Super Bowl.

                                   
Divisional Playoffs
    3. Januar – Riverfront Stadium        
AFC Wild Card Game AFC Championship
 1  Cincinnati  28
27. Dezember – Shea Stadium     10. Januar – Riverfront Stadium
 5  Buffalo  21  
 4  N.Y. Jets  27  1  Cincinnati  27
2. Januar – Miami Orange Bowl
 5  Buffalo  31      3  San Diego  7   Super Bowl XVI
 2  Miami  38
    24. Januar – Pontiac Silverdome
 3  San Diego (OT)  41  
 A1  Cincinnati  21
3. Januar – Candlestick Park
NFC Wild Card Game NFC Championship    N1  San Francisco  26
 1  San Francisco  38
27. Dezember – Veterans Stadium     10. Januar – Candlestick Park
 5  N.Y. Giants  24  
 4  Philadelphia  21  1  San Francisco  28
2. Januar – Texas Stadium
 5  N.Y. Giants  27      2  Dallas  27  
 2  Dallas  38
   
 3  Tampa Bay  0  

Super Bowl XVIBearbeiten

Der 16. Super Bowl fand am 24. Januar 1982 im Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan statt. Im Finale trafen die San Francisco 49ers auf die Cincinnati Bengals.

1 2 3 4 Gesamt
Cincinnati Bengals 0 0 7 14 21
San Francisco 49ers 7 13 0 6 26

AuszeichnungenBearbeiten

Most Valuable Player Ken Anderson, Quarterback, Cincinnati Bengals
Coach of the Year Bill Walsh, San Francisco 49ers
Offensive Player of the Year Ken Anderson, Quarterback, Cincinnati Bengals
Defensive Player of the Year Lawrence Taylor, Linebacker, New York Giants
Offensive Rookie of the Year George Rogers, Runningback, New Orleans Saints
Defensive Rookie of the Year Lawrence Taylor, Linebacker, New York Giants
Comeback Player of the Year Ken Anderson, Quarterback, Cincinnati Bengals
Man of the Year Lynn Swann, Wide Receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers
Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Joe Montana, Quarterback, San Francisco 49ers

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