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Ranking all 32 NFL teams (including Saints) by 2024 travel distance

Ranking all 32 NFL teams (including Saints) by 2024 travel distance

We’ll soon know exactly where the New Orleans Saints will be playing in 2024 with the NFL schedule releasing Wednesday night, but not every schedule is created equal. Some teams will spend more hours traveling cross-country than others, but where do the Saints slot in? Just how often, and how far, will they be asked to fly out from New Orleans? It helps that the Saints will not be playing abroad this season after traveling to London in 2022, but they will still be spending plenty of time in American airspace.

To find out, we ranked all 32 teams by travel distance (according to Google Earth), from the Los Angeles Chargers to the Washington Commanders:

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