National Football League
|FNB||Football and beer|
|MLB||Major League Baseball|
|NHL||National Hockey League|
|NBA||National Basketball Association|
|NFC||National Football Conference|
|AFC||American Football Conference|
Not freakin' likelyCensored
When something is implausible to happen, people may refer to it as "NFL," which stands for "not freakin' likely." Most people send it in texts and online messages in chat rooms and social media.
You will most likely see NFL used to refer to the "National Football League," but slang-savvy people who use lots of chat lingo to shorten things may use it to be efficient and sound cool. These users typically send it when they passionately think something won't happen and think that NL (not likely) isn't strong enough.
Since the acronym is obscure, be careful who you send it to because it may confuse the recipient and require you to explain what it stands for. Also, some people may find NFL to be offensive since "freakin'" may also be interpreted as "f******."
NFL means National Football League. It is an acronym for the most popular sporting organization in the United States.
The football acronym is not to be confused with soccer, which the rest of the world knows as football. The league was created in 1920 and now consists of 32 teams split up between the National Football Conference (NFC) and American Football Conference (AFC). The winners of the two conferences play each other in the Super Bowl to crown the champion. The NFL is one of the four major U.S. professional sports, along with the MLB, NHL, and NBA.