With the 2023 season finally here, this page is your one-stop shop for the latest NFL scores each week in the current season for the league.
Beyond the most recent NFL scores, you can also stay up to date on the 2023 season with our guides on the NFL stats leaders, and who are the top teams and units in the league right now with our NFL power rankings, NFL offense rankings, and NFL defense rankings.
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What is the highest score in NFL history?
Fans today would assume the current version of the league, which is so heavily geared towards offense, would be the era in which the highest-scoring game in NFL history occurred. But those football aficionados would be wrong. The highest score in NFL history came nearly 56 years ago in a wild offensive explosion when Washington’s Hall-of-Fame quarterback Sonny Jurgenson beat up the New York Giants 72-41. The matchup set the all-time single-game NFL scoring bar at 113 points.
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What channel is Monday Night Football on?
With the NFL being as popular as ever, Monday Night Football has also returned to prominence in 2023 and this season the game or games each Monday are played on both ABC and ESPN. The two channels are both Disney-owned networks.
What is the highest-scoring NFL playoff game?
While Washington’s football team was on the winning side in the highest-scoring regular season game of all time, they were on the wrong side of the highest-scoring NFL playoff game ever. And the funny thing is, they actually didn’t even score any points on that forgettable day. Almost 72 years ago, the legendary Chicago Bears absolutely demolished the then-Redskins in the 1940 NFL championship by an absurd score of 73-0.
The game featured only one throwing touchdown, but seven TDs on the ground and three from kick returns.
What is the biggest NFL blowout?
To find the biggest NFL blowout of all time you have to go all the way back to 1934 and the legendary Philadelphia Eagles. In a matchup with the then-Cincinnati Reds, they destroyed the Ohio-based team 64-0.
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What are the most points scored in the first half of an NFL game, by one team?
The record for the most points scored in the first half by one team goes to the Baltimore Ravens and the former Chicago Cardinals. In 2019, superstar QB Lamar Jackson showed why he would go on to win the league MVP when he helped lead the Ravens to a 42-10 first-half lead over the hapless Miami Dolphins.
However, the Cardinals matched that number all the way back in October of 1948 when they dropped 42 on the New York Giants after just two quarters. They would eventually go on to win the game 63-35.
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What is the lowest-scoring NFL game in history?
When it comes to offensive ineptitude in NFL scores, the early 1970s into the 80s were a peak period. Three games from that era tied the record for lowest NFL scores in history with a 0-3 tally. The first came in 1977 when the Buffalo Bills were the only team to put points on the board against the Atlanta Falcons. Two years later the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers matched the mark. Then in 1982, the Miami Dolphins put up a big fat zero in a losing effort to the slightly better New England Patriots.
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How to score 1 point in the NFL?
NFL fans are familiar with the ways to score six (touchdown), three (field goal), and even two points (safety) in a game. However, there is actually a way to score one point that doesn’t come by way of the extra-point kick after a TD. Under Section 11-3-2-C of the NFL scoring rules, there is a route to score a one-point safety. However, the event is nearly impossible, fairly convoluted, and too much to type. so you can give it all a read HERE.
Has there ever been a 100-point NFL game?
While no singular team has ever scored 100 points in an NFL game, there are several instances where opposing teams combined to score 100 or more in a matchup. It has occurred five times and those amounts were 113, 106, 105, and two games with a combined NFL score of 101.