2009 National Football League Season

2009 National Football League Season

The 2009 NFL season was the 90th regular season of the National Football League.

The preseason started with the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game on August 9, 2009, and the regular season began September 10. The season ended with Super Bowl XLIV, the league's championship game, on February 7, 2010 at Sun Life Stadium with the New Orleans Saints defeating the Indianapolis Colts 31–17. in Miami Gardens, Florida.

Read more about 2009 National Football League SeasonSchedule, Final Regular Season Standings, Playoffs, Fiftieth Anniversary of The American Football League, Other Anniversaries, Stadiums New and Old, Uniforms, Rule Changes

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