PF probably means punt formation. This is a formation in which you have (normally) 2 gunners lined up on the outsides who's job is to be the first ones to reach the punt receiver and hopefully tackle the receiver, or down the ball as close to the goal line as possible. The remaining 8 men will line up on the line of scrimmage similar to a regular formation (not all 8 will be literally on the line of scrimmage) whos job it is to block long enough for the punter to make a successful punt, after which they assist in punt coverage. I would imagine that could also be a typo for FP, which would be forward pass. What is the context in which it was used? Can you provide more information?
If in stats for points, PF would stand for Points For.
If in stats for penalties, PF would stand for Personal Fouls.
Points For, the cumulative number of points scored by a team for the season. PA, is Points Against, the cumulative number of points scored against a team for the season.
In any NFL team standing, the Net Points (Net Pts) are the Points For (PF) minus the Points Against (PA). PF - PA = Net Pts
Longest GainIt's the longest reception caught in the game.
PF means Points For: how many points a team has scored. PA means Points Against: how many points a team has allowed by the other team.
Explained best on nfl.com. They relate to play-off qualification.
yes, they affect your record and therefore affect overall standings.
That is for Ties. There is a possibility for a game to end in a tie so it is listed next to wins and losses.
If one wants to find the standings of their favorite NFL team, one can check the NFL official website. It contains full team standings and statistics, as well as individual players.
PF in an NFL stat sheet means Points For. Youll also see PA which is Points Against!
In basketball stats, PF means "Personal Foul". PF also means "Power Forward", a position on a basketball team.If you are looking at NBA standings, PF means "Points For", or how many points a team is averaging, and PA means "Points Against", or how many points they are allowing.
GB stands for the Green Bay Packers. They are an NFL team with big point scorers such as Aaron Rodgers, and Greg Jennings.