NFL Football is a licensed football game from Park Place Games and Konami. It uses real-life NFL team names like the San Francisco 49ers and the New York Giants. It was originally released on the Game Boy in 1990 and ported to the Super Nintendo in 1993 in the US, Europe and Japan.
It features a dynamic camera that turns around to catch the action at different angles, using the SNES's built-in Mode 7 to depict the field at various angles. It also zooms in on sacks and touchdowns.
It is not to be confused with the 1989 Atlus NES game with the same title, which had a different developer/publisher combo.