11 Things You Forgot About the 2023 N.F.L. Season

The 2023 NFL season is just around the corner, and it's time to brush up on everything you forgot about last season. Here are 11 things you might have forgotten:

The Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl. The Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 in Super Bowl LVII.

Patrick Mahomes was named Super Bowl MVP. Mahomes threw for 182 yards and three touchdowns in the Super Bowl.

Justin Herbert was named Offensive Rookie of the Year. Herbert threw for 4,336 yards and 31 touchdowns as a rookie.

Trevor Lawrence was named Defensive Rookie of the Year. Lawrence had 10 sacks and two interceptions as a rookie.

The Cincinnati Bengals made the playoffs as a wild card team. The Bengals defeated the Las Vegas Raiders, Tennessee Titans, and Kansas City Chiefs to reach the Super Bowl.

The Jacksonville Jaguars had the worst record in the NFL. The Jaguars went 3-14, the worst record in the NFL.

The Las Vegas Raiders fired head coach Jon Gruden. Gruden resigned after emails surfaced that showed him using racist, homophobic, and misogynistic language.

The NFL expanded the playoffs to 14 teams. The two additional playoff teams will be the two highest-seeded wild card teams.

The NFL is moving to a 17-game regular season in 2023. The NFL will add a 17th regular season game to each team's schedule in 2023.

10 Fruits Rich in Vitamin C: Boost Your Immunity and Stay Healthy