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1982 NFL Team Stats, Players & Rosters

There were 28 pro football teams in 1982 with the top record produced by the Washington Redskins at 8 - 1. The Washington Redskins and Miami Dolphins advanced to the Super Bowl which was won by the Washington Redskins. There were 14 teams that finished with a record above 500 and 14 teams that had a record below 500. 14 of the 16 teams that made the postseason finished with a record above 500. Browse all of the players, fantasy points, stats, roster, schedule and standings for every 1982 pro football team.
1982 Postseason Schedule
NFC Wild Card Playoff
St. Louis Cardinals 16 @ Green Bay Packers 41 Game Stats
AFC Wild Card Playoff
New England Patriots 13 @ Miami Dolphins 28 Game Stats
NFC Wild Card Playoff
Detroit Lions 7 @ Washington Redskins 31 Game Stats
AFC Wild Card Playoff
Cleveland Browns 10 @ Los Angeles Raiders 27 Game Stats
AFC Wild Card Playoff
New York Jets 44 @ Cincinnati Bengals 17 Game Stats
NFC Wild Card Playoff
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17 @ Dallas Cowboys 30 Game Stats
NFC Wild Card Playoff
Atlanta Falcons 24 @ Minnesota Vikings 30 Game Stats
AFC Wild Card Playoff
San Diego Chargers 31 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 28 Game Stats
AFC Divisional Playoff
New York Jets 17 @ Los Angeles Raiders 14 Game Stats
NFC Divisional Playoff
Minnesota Vikings 7 @ Washington Redskins 21 Game Stats
AFC Divisional Playoff
San Diego Chargers 13 @ Miami Dolphins 34 Game Stats
NFC Divisional Playoff
Green Bay Packers 26 @ Dallas Cowboys 37 Game Stats
NFC Conference Championship
Dallas Cowboys 17 @ Washington Redskins 31 Game Stats
AFC Conference Championship
New York Jets 0 @ Miami Dolphins 14 Game Stats
Super Bowl
Miami Dolphins 17 @ Washington Redskins 27 Game Stats
 
 
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