The best place on the internet to start researching the NFL's history is the league's own website, which includes an extensive collection of historical material, including a chronological overview of key events in the league's past, profiles of legendary players, histories of each of the 32 teams, and comprehensive statistics, standings, and records dating all the way back to 1920.
The TV commercials that air during the Super Bowl's timeouts are now almost as popular as the game itself. The name of the website says it all with superbowl-ads.com; this is the place to go for all things big-game-ad-related.
The website design may be rudimentary, but Lloyd Vance's BQB-Site.com—the "BQB" stands for "black quarterback"—offers the most comprehensive and best sourced history of African-Americans' experience playing the most important and scrutinized position in sports: NFL quarterback.
Every year Forbes magazine surveys "The Business of Football," appraising the value of the NFL's 32 teams and offering analysis of the league's economic performance. Are the prospects of your favorite team looking bullish or bearish? Check out the website to find out.