Template:Infobox NFL season

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Usage[change source]

{{Infobox NFL season
| team =
| year =
| record =
| division_place =
| conference place =
| league place =
| coach =
| off_coach =
| def_coach =
| general manager =
| owner =
| stadium =
| playoffs =
| pro bowlers =
| AP All-pros =
| AFL allstars =
| MVP =
| ROY =
| uniform =
}}

Parameters[change source]

Mandatory[change source]

These fields will be shown regardless of whether a value is given

team
The franchise name this article describes. This parameter will automatically code the color of the infobox. This should generally match the title of the team's Wikipedia article.
year
The year of the season this article describes.
record
The record the franchise had this season in win-lost
division place
The place that the franchise had within their division. The division name ought to be wikified if there is an article for it.
coach
The name of the head coach of the franchise for this season. The head coach's name ought to be wikified if there is an article.
stadium
The name of the stadium that the franchise played their home games at during this season. The stadium name ought to be wikified.
playoffs
The playoff game(s) that the franchise played during this season. It should be '''W''' or '''L''' followed by Wild Card and/or Divisional and/or Conference and/or Super Bowl ?, where the ? is the Roman numeral of the Super Bowl, or NFL Championship. The Super Bowl and the NFL Championship should be wikified to the correct article and if more than one playoff game was played enter a <br/> after each game played. If the franchise did not play in the postseason enter "did not qualify".

Optional[change source]

These fields will not be shown if the parameter is omitted or if no value is given

conference place
The place that the franchise had within their conference. The conference name ought to be wikified.
general manager
The general manager for the franchise during the season. The GM's name ought to be wikified if there is an article.
owner
The majority owner or owners for the franchise during the season. The owner(s) name(s) ought to be wikified if there is an article.
offensive coordinator
The offensive coordinatorr for the franchise during the season. The OC's name ought to be wikified if there is an article.
defensive coordinator
The defensive coordinatorr for the franchise during the season. The DC's name ought to be wikified if there is an article.
local radio
The broadcast radio flagship(s) during the season.
pro bowlers
Players who were selected to play in the NFL Pro Bowl. The Pro Bowl year is always the following year of the season.
If more than one or two players are listed, consider using a Template:Collapsible list, for example:
| pro bowlers = {{Collapsible list
|title = 3
|1 = ILB [[James Farrior]]
|2 = OLB [[James Harrison (American football)|James Harrison]]
|3 = SS [[Troy Polamalu]]
}}
AP All-pros
Players who were selected to the Associated Press All-Pro team. As with Pro Bowlers, consider using a collapsible list (see example above) if more than a couple of players are listed.
AFL allstars
Players who were selected to play in the AFL All-Star Game (1960–1970).
MVP
The player selected as the team Most Valuable Player.
ROY
The player selected as the team Rookie of the Year.
MOP, MOC, MOR
For CFL players selected as their teams' nominees.
uniform
Used just like the parameter in Template:NFL team. Makes a new infobox section with a uniform image, the name of which is used for the parameter.
shortnavlink
Defines what will be displayed on the link to (generally) the "List of <Team> seasons" article. If this parameter is not defined the link will default to either "<Team> seasons" (e.g. Dallas Cowboys seasons) or to "<Team>" depending on whether a "List of <Team> seasons" article exists.
previous
Rarely necessary. The franchise's previous season (-1) is automatically linked without using this paramter. It should only be included to override when the franchise had a break in their season chronology and/or changed names, where the automatic link would point to the wrong article.
next
Rarely necessary. The franchise's next season (+1) is automatically linked without using this paramter. It should only be included to override when the franchise had a break in their season chronology and/or changed names, where the automatic link would point to the wrong article.
teamdisplay
Rarely necessary. This parameter is used only in cases where the "team" parameter contains some sort of disambiguation that you don't want to be displayed in the infobox. (see e.g. 1939 Pittsburgh Pirates (NFL) season)
no_prevseason
Rarely used. This parameter should be set to "true" on any article covering a team's inaugural season.
no_nextseason
Rarely used. This parameter should be set to "true" on any article covering the final season of a team that has folded.
no_seasonslist
Rarely used. This parameter if set to "true" allows one to suppress the display of the "List of <Team> seasons" link which normally appears between the links to the next and previous season articles. This can be useful in cases where a team has a very short existence.
alternatenav
Rarely used. This allows one to completely bypass the logic that defines the previous/next seasons navigation. This is useful primarily at unusual junctions for a franchise where the default logic doesn't work well. A good example of the use of this parameter is 1950 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season.

Deprecated[change source]

teamcolor
This was used in conjunction with Template:NFLPrimaryColor, Template:NFLSecondaryColor, Template:NFLAltPrimaryColor, andTemplate:NFLAltSecondaryColor in cases when a different color scheme is needed from the current one (i.e. for historical season infoboxes). The color templates have since been re-written to use the year parameter to determine the historically-appropriate color scheme, so this parameter was removed here. If you see an implementation of this template using this parameter, please know that it can (and should) be removed.

Microformat[change source]

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