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  • AFC dominance? Not so far this year!

    Taken from FoxSports:

    "The NFC was 3-1 vs. the AFC Week 16 and has a 32-30 lead in this season's interconference series with four games remaining Week 17: New England at New York Giants; San Francisco at Cleveland; Buffalo at Philadelphia; Minnesota at Denver. The NFC last won the interconference series in 1995 (33-37). The AFC leads 409-331 since."

    So as of right now, the NFC is the "better" conference.
    As I've said, I think the AFC is more top heavy and bottom heavy, and the NFC is more spread out.

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  • laram0
    Rankings?
    by laram0
    Based on what you know right now.

    The old "It's to early to make any predictions" is not acceptable.

    Man up! Go for it!

    1. Who's better overall AFC or NFC?

    2. Rank the 8 Divisions as you see it.

    AFC/NFC East, North, South, West.
    -06-23-2009, 06:01 AM
  • laram0
    Division Records
    by laram0
    AFC East
    33-27

    AFC West
    32-28

    AFC South
    32-28

    AFC North
    31-29

    10 AFC teams have winning records vs. NFC teams!

    NFC East
    30-30

    NFC North
    28-32

    NFC South
    28-32

    NFC West
    26-34

    Only the Dallas Cowboys (3-1) have a winning record vs. the AFC

    Pretty ugly for the NFC!
    -12-29-2006, 05:33 AM
  • laram0
    NFC vs AFC
    by laram0
    Last week there were 5 games that matched up playoff contenders from the NFC vs AFC

    AFC---------NFC
    Ravens 35 -Saints 22
    Jaguars 13 -Eagles 6
    Chiefs 35 -Seahawks 28
    Chargers -38 Rams 24
    Patriots 31 -Vikings 7


    This is bit concerning....is the AFC better than the NFC ?
    -11-01-2006, 09:58 AM
  • RMFN
    In case you wanted to know?
    by RMFN
    Found this site that list out the Schedules for all the NFL teams and who they play out of the division

    http://www.johnnyroadtrip.com/sched...future_nfcw.htm

    Note: Each team plays the other teams in its division home and away each season in addition to games listed; last game in each column to be determined by previous year's finish

    ST. LOUIS vs.

    2002
    HOME

    Dallas
    NY Giants
    Oakland
    San Diego
    NFC North

    AWAY

    Philadelphia
    Washington
    Denver
    Kansas City
    NFC South

    2003
    HOME

    Green Bay
    Minnesota
    Baltimore
    Cincinnati
    NFC South

    AWAY

    Chicago
    Detroit
    Cleveland
    Pittsburgh
    NFC East

    2004
    HOME

    New Orleans
    Tampa Bay
    New England
    NY Jets
    NFC East

    AWAY

    Atlanta
    Carolina
    Buffalo
    Miami
    NFC North

    2005
    HOME

    Philadelphia
    Washington
    Jacksonville
    Tennessee
    NFC South

    AWAY

    Dallas
    NY Giants
    Houston
    Indianapolis
    NFC North

    2006
    HOME

    Chicago
    Detroit
    Denver
    Kansas City
    NFC East

    AWAY

    Green Bay
    Minnesota
    Oakland
    San Diego
    NFC South

    2007
    HOME

    Atlanta
    Carolina
    Cleveland
    Pittsburgh
    NFC North

    AWAY

    New Orleans
    Tampa Bay
    Baltimore
    Cincinnati
    NFC East

    2008
    HOME

    Dallas
    NY Giants
    Buffalo
    Miami
    NFC North

    AWAY

    Philadelphia
    Washington
    New England
    NY Jets
    NFC South

    2009
    HOME

    Green Bay
    Minnesota
    Houston
    Indianapolis
    NFC South

    AWAY
    Chicago
    Detroit
    Jacksonville
    Tennessee
    NFC East

    The Saints in 2004, Titans 2005 and we don't get the Texans till 2009.

    Looking forward to having the Aint's revisit
    -04-07-2002, 07:29 PM
  • ZigZagRam
    Pro Bowl
    by ZigZagRam
    The NFL has their Pro Bowl Ballots available. If the season ended today, who would you vote for?

    Here's my picks:

    QUARTERBACK
    AFC: Brady, Brees, Manning
    NFC: Bulger, Culpepper, McNabb

    RUNNINGBACK
    AFC: Holmes, James, Martin
    NFC: Alexander, Barber, T.Jones

    WIDE RECEIVER
    AFC: Caldwell, A.Johnson, Moulds, Ward
    NFC: Bruce, Holt, Moss, Owens

    FULLBACK
    AFC: Droughns
    NFC: Strong

    TIGHT END:
    AFC: Gates, Graham
    NFC: Crumpler, Witten

    KICKER:
    AFC: Elam
    NFC: Akers

    PUNTER:
    AFC: Lechler
    NFC: Landeta

    OFFENSIVE GUARD:
    AFC: Faneca, Shields, Stone
    NFC: Mayberry, Timmerman, Woody

    OFFENSIVE TACKLE:
    AFC: Ogden, Roaf, Sims
    NFC: Jones, Pace, Tait

    CENTER:
    AFC: Nalen, Wiegmann
    NFC: Birk, Fraley

    CORNERBACK:
    AFC: Bailey, McAllister, Robinson
    NFC: Barber, Lucas, Winfield

    STRONG SAFETY:
    AFC: Polamalu
    NFC: A.Wilson

    FREE SAFETY:
    AFC: L.Thompson
    NFC: Sharper

    DEFENSIVE END:
    AFC: Abraham, Lang, A.Smith
    NFC: Ellis, Grant, Kerney

    INSIDE LINEBACKER:
    AFC: Fletcher, Sharper
    NFC: Barnett, Morgan

    OUTSIDE LINEBACKER
    AFC: Ayodele, Foley
    NFC: Brooks, Diggs

    INTERIOR DEFENSIVE LINEMAN
    AFC: Stroud, J.Williams
    NFC: Coleman, K.Williams

    KICK RETURNER
    AFC: Sams
    NFC: Drummond

    SPECIAL TEAMER:
    AFC: Curry
    NFC: Ferguson
    -10-19-2004, 09:11 PM
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