in the nhl, about 59% of games are won by the home team. Also, fyi, 62% in the nba, 57% in the nfl, and 53% in the mlb
In the first 7 weeks of the 2008 season, the home team won 64 of the 102 games, or 62.7% of the time.
The Cleveland Browns
i think the home team
A '500 team' is a team that has won the same number of games as they have lost. The '500' refers to the team's winning percentage.
In 2011 the patriots were the only team to sell out all games -- home and away.
There are usually 18 games played in a regular season.
A NFL Team's home games in a typical season: Preseason: 2 Home games Regular Season: 8 Home Games Post Season: * If Wild Card: Up to 1 home game * If Division Champion: Up to 2 Home Games 2 preseason games, 8 regular season games and up to 2 playoff games.
Just like every other NFL team. Eight home games and eight away games.
The Minnesota Vikings.
It's about 56 - 57 percent every regular season
456 people played Each NFL team plays 16 regular season games, with 8 of them coming at home. They also play 4 preseason games, 2 of which are at home. This is as of the 2009 season. There has been talks that the NFL may expand the regular season to 18 games and possibly also cut 2 preseason games off.
'pct' stands for percentage. A quarterback has a stat called 'completion pct' or completion percentage. A team stat is 'winning pct' or winning percentage which is the percentage of games the team wins. Wherever you see 'pct' in stats, it stands for percentage.
That would be The Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
The top winning percentage of the 1980s in the NFL was the San Francisco 49ers. They won 68.4% of their regular season games. 2nd was the Washington Redskins at 63.8%.
As of the end of the 2017 NFL season, every NFL Team plays 4 preseason games and 16 regular season games.