‘We’re not afraid of the future’: The NFL’s new ‘super-team’


The NFL is about to take the biggest step of its new era when it unveils a new, super-team.

The league will create an eight-team league that will consist of the NFL’s 10 teams, the New England Patriots, New York Giants, Baltimore Ravens, Washington Redskins, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals and Atlanta Falcons.

All eight teams will compete in a single-elimination playoff format, and all eight teams are expected to play in the Super Bowl.

“The Super Bowl is the most anticipated event in the world,” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement.

“We are thrilled to be adding the Super-Bowl to our season-long commitment to enhance the league’s fan experience and provide fans with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see their favorite team play in person for the first time.”

The Super-Bracket is set to begin play this week, and will include the Patriots, Giants, Ravens, Redskins, Cardinals and Falcons.

The new NFL team will feature the New Orleans “Super Bunch” and Washington “Super Squeak” and will be joined by the Chicago “Super-Squeak,” the Cleveland “Super Chunk” and San Diego “Super Dunk” and the Philadelphia “Super Shuffle” and Atlanta “Super Snack” and Kansas City “Super Hooray!”

The first game will be played on January 5, 2020, the day before Super Bowl 50.

The other games will be on February 11, 2020 and March 5, 2021.

The Super Bowl will be broadcasted on ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and ESPN.

The Super League is one of the most exciting new events for fans, and this is a big step toward expanding the league, which has never had a single regular season.

The League will be able to expand beyond the NFL Network and other sports networks to include an on-demand streaming service, which will include live games, including preseason and regular-season games, and highlight shows.

The first league games will also be available on Hulu and other video platforms.

The league is also expanding the reach of its live game and highlights shows, with a host of new programming, including “Inside the NFL,” “Inside Madden,” “NFL Films” and “Inside NFL Sunday Night.”

The league is expected to be available to stream on ESPN on Tuesday, February 20.

The network also plans to host live coverage of Super Bowl XLIX, which is expected on February 25, 2020.

The NFL is also expected to announce a slate of new TV and digital programming, which include a new digital platform for the NFL.

ESPN and Fox have been awarded the rights to televise the NFL, and a new streaming platform for NFL GamePass, which includes the game and the highlights.