With the NFL Draft right around the corner, InetSoft Technology Corp thought it’d be a great idea to get some statistics and facts on the draft so they created an infographic titled “NFL Draft 101″. They started by examining the top ten NFL draft picks by position from 2002-2011. From there they took a closer look at the pro bowl starters from 2008-2013 and noticed that most starters come from the top 50 picks of the draft, but there were a surprising amount of undrafted starters that appeared in the Pro Bowl.
The Superdome is hosting its seventh Super Bowl Sunday, more than any other stadium. It ushered in an era of primetime Super Bowls. It introduced the world to The Fridge. It was where Brett Favre solidified his iconic status. And it’s where the Patriots stunned the Rams.This Sunday it hosts the Ravens and the 49ers, in what will surely add to the facility’s lore. Check out CBS Sports interactive graphic of various moments throughout Superdome history.
This “American Football in Numbers” infographic by The Logo Co is packed with key NFL stats such as “most points in a game” and “coldest NFL games on record.” It also looks at how the logos of the NFL, AFC and NFC have changed over the years.
This infographic, created by the SeatCrunch team, celebrates the upcoming NFL season that we’ve been looking forward to. It outlines the prices of each NFL team’s home opener games, then takes a look at the most and least expensive options in the league. Finally it compares some of the things you can buy compared to some of the most expensive ticket options.
Who are the best sports fans in America? It’s a good question. Wherever you live, you probably think that your city is the most passionate, has the loudest crowds, and deserve the title of America’s greatest sports fans. This infographic looks into it and displays some facts and figures that reveal who really are the craziest, most sports-demented lunatic fans in North America!