Texas, Ohio, and Pennsylvania all have 2 teams (so does Maryland if you count the Redskins... they actually play their games in a stadium in Landover). California, Florida, and New York all have 3 teams.
The above answer is incorrect. I have to make a couple of assumptions to answer this question. First, I'm assuming that, by "state", you mean the physical location of the stadium in which they play their home games, rather than the state or city they claim in their name (thus the Giants and Jets would both be in New Jersey, rather than New York, like their names suggest). Second, I'm assuming you want only those States with EXACTLY 2 teams, not those with 3 or more (like California and Florida). New Jersey (Giants and Jets)
Maryland (Ravens and Redskins)
Pennsylvania (Steelers and Eagles)
Texas (Cowboys and Texans)
Missouri (Chiefs and Rams)
Ohio (Bengals and Browns) The answer is 6. If, instead, you look at the city or state in the team's name, New Jersey would fall off this list, because both of their teams would go to New York, but New York would then have 3 (including the Bills), and therefore would not make the list either. Maryland would also fall off the list because the Redskins would go to Washington DC. So, you are left with only 4 - Pennsylvania, Texas, Missouri, and Ohio (with California, Florida, and New York having 3 each). Not that it matters for the purposes of this question, but the Panthers and Patriots cannot be assigned to any single state based on their names. The Panthers represent BOTH the Carolinas and the Patriots represent ALL the New England States. Again, it doesn't matter, because none of the states involved here would have more than 1 team, regardless of how you slice it up. But I bring it up to show the problem with using the team's name to assign it to a state. If every team MUST be "in" a State, then the latter method of assigning States utterly fails to assign a State to these two teams, and therefore must be rejected in favor of the former method, which assigns States by the location of their home stadiums. And therefore, I stand by my first answer - Six (6) States have exactly two (2) NFL teams. Note: Not only are the Giants and Jets located in the same State, they also share the same stadium - Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas and Missouri all have two teams each. California, Florida and New York have three each.
Maryland and New Jersey both have two teams. New York only has one, two of New York teams play in Jersey and Redskins play in Maryland.
California has 3: Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, and San Diego Chargers.
New York has 3: NY Giants, NY Jets, and Buffalo Bills.
Florida has 3: Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Texas has 2: Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans.
Pennsylvania has 2: Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Ohio has 2: Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns.
California - Chargers, 49ers and Raiders
Seven states have 2 or more NFL teams...
Florida - Buccaneers, Dolphins and Jaguars
Maryland - Ravens and Redskins
Missouri - Chiefs and Rams
New York - Bills, Giants and Jets
Ohio - Bengals and Browns
Pennsylvania - Eagles and Steelers
Texas - Cowboys and Texans
The following states have two (or more) NFL franchises:
New Jersey (2)
Californa and Florida are the only two I can think of. Ohio and Texas have 2. There is bound to be more.
The NFL stands for National Football League. It is an organization for professional football players in the US. Thirty-Two teams make up the AFC and NFC that respresent the highest level players in the United States.
44 players. There would be 4 teams, with 11 players each. Team 1 and 2 would be in front of team 3 and 4 and so would be the two teams in front of two teams, and teams 3 and 4 would be behind teams 1 and 2 and so would be the two teams behind two teams.
It is Gerald Ford
Wyoming does not have an NFL team, however, Wyoming has two IFL teams, the Wyoming Cavalry and the Cheyenne Warriors, professional indoor football teams.
Not a professional team. West Virginia University & Marshall University are the two major collegiate football teams in West Virginia.
There are no "major league" teams in Wyoming, however, there are two professional sport teams in Wyoming: The Wyoming Cavalry, professional indoor football team of the Indoor Football League, play in Casper, Wyoming. The Wyoming Roughnecks, an American Basketball Association (ABA) team based in Gillette, Wyoming.
There are 20 teams in the Barclays Premier League. 24 in the championship 24 league 1 24 league 2 so 52 overall There are in total 210,867 teams registered in the U.K, This number applys to 2007. This includes pub teams, Sunday league, etc.
The two teams on a table football table!
If one is referring to the number of teams in the National Football League (NFL), there are thirty-two teams in total. Other national football teams would include men and women's soccer teams.
The two football teams in the music video of Money by Pink Floyd is unknown. The video is too blurry to be able to read the names of the football teams.
There are actually four professional sports teams that play in Atlanta, Georgia. The Atlanta Braves are a professional baseball team The Atlanta Falcons are a professional football team The Atlanta Thrashers are a professional hockey team The Atlanta Hawks are a professional basketball team