The Chicago Bears.
The Akron Pros won the first NFL championship with a record of 8-0-3. There was no playoff game played for the championship; there were no playoff games to determine the NFL champion until 1932.
Virtually every team in the NFL has won a championship of some sort, whether the Super Bowl, the NFL title pre-Super Bowl and/or pre-merger, the AFL championship, the AAFC championship (in the case of the Browns), or the AFC or NFC championship. The only three current NFL teams to have not won a league or conference championship are Houston, Jacksonville, and New Orleans. Of those teams, the Jaguars have been to the AFC Championship game twice and hosted it in the 99-00 season, but they lost to Tennessee. The Saints have been to the NFC Championship once, but lost on the road to the Bears.If you also include division titles, then everyone but the Texans qualifies.Here's how the league breaks down: Green Bay: Won NFL Championship, NFC Championship, and Super BowlChicago: Won NFL Championship, NFC Championship, and Super BowlDetroit: Won NFL ChampionshipMinnesota: Won NFL Championship Dallas: Won NFC Championship and Super BowlPhiladelphia: Won NFL Championship and NFC ChampionshipWashington: Won NFL Championship, NFC Championship, and Super BowlNY Giants: Won NFL Championship, NFC Championship, and Super BowlSan Francisco: Won NFC Championship and Super BowlSt. Louis: Won NFL Championship, NFC Championship, and Super BowlSeattle: Won NFC ChampionshipArizona: Won NFL Championship and NFC Championship New Orleans: No championshipsAtlanta: Won NFC ChampionshipTampa Bay: Won NFC Championship and Super BowlCarolina: Won NFC ChampionshipNew England: Won AFC Championship and Super BowlNY Jets: Won AFL Championship and Super BowlMiami: Won AFC Championship and Super BowlBuffalo: Won AFL Championship and AFC ChampionshipPittsburgh: Won AFC Championship and Super BowlBaltimore: Won AFC Championship and Super BowlCincinnati: Won AFC ChampionshipCleveland: Won AAFC Championship and NFL ChampionshipOakland: Won AFL Championship, AFC Championship, and Super BowlSan Diego: Won AFL Championship and AFC ChampionshipDenver: Won AFC Championship and Super BowlKansas City: Won AFL Championship and Super Bowl Houston: No championshipsJacksonville: No championshipsIndianapolis: Won NFL Championship, AFC Championship, and Super BowlTennessee: Won AFL Championship and AFC Championship
The Vikings have won one NFL championship (Pre-1970 AFL-NFL Merger). They won the 1969 NFL Championship but lost in the Super Bowl IV to the AFL Champion Kansas City Chiefs.
AFC Ajax won the Netherlands League championship in 1932.
The 10-2 Philadelphia Eagles were the 1960 NFL Champions. 1960 marks the last time the Eagles won the NFL Championship.
The Philadelpphia Eagles which was the last time they won a national championship.
The Bears won 1 super bowl. That Super Bowl was Super Bowl 20 in 1985. They also won 8 NFL championship prior to the birth of the Super Bowl. 1921, 1932, 1933, 1940, 1941, 1943, 1946, and 1963. The Bears have won 9 NFL championships all total.
Most nfl championship won
1929 with a record of 12-0-1.
Weeb Eubank. Eubank was head coach of the 1958 and 1959 Baltimore Colts that won the NFL championship and the 1968 New York Jets that won the AFL championship.
Chicago Bears. It was their eighth NFL title.
The N.F.L team that won the championship in 2008 was the New York Giants
== == The Eagles last won an NFL championship in 1960, defeating the Green Bay Packers, 17-13, in the NFL championship game.
Depends on what you mean by "championship." Every team in the NFL has won either a division, conference, or league championship, with the exception of the Houston Texans.
they have not won any but they have won a nfl championship
The Washington Redskins
They won the NFL championship in 1933, 1940, 1941, 1943, 1946, and 1963; they won the Superbowl in 1985.
45 had won the most championship football games
answer is 6 1933, 1940, 1941, 1943, 1946, 1963 Also won Pre-NFL National Championships in 1921 and 1932
The Washington Redskins defeated the Chicago Bears, 14-6, in the 1942 NFL championship game.