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  • The Most Competitive Division?

    Which Division is the most competitive? I am sure you all have asked that at one point or another so let's see for ourselves. This is going to be solved record-wise. To see which team is the most competitive. Made Using (http://www.nfl.com/standings)

    AFC East: 15 Wins
    AFC North: 21 Wins
    AFC South: 20 WIns
    AFC West: 25 Wins

    NFC East: 23 Wins
    NFC North: 18 Wins
    NFC South: 23 Wins
    NFC West: 17 Wins

    So the most competitive divisions in the AFC are the AFC West (25 Wins) and the AFC North (21 Wins) in the NFC they are the NFC East (23 Wins) and the NFC South (23 Wins)

    Overall the top 4 competitive Divisions are:

    AFC West (DEN, KC, SD, OAK)
    NFC East (NYG, DAL, WAS, PHI)
    NFC South (CAR, TB, ATL, NO)
    AFC North (CLE, PIT, CIN, BAL)
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    Originally posted by Dawgfan
    Which Division is the most competitive? I am sure you all have asked that at one point or another so let's see for ourselves. This is going to be solved record-wise. To see which team is the most competitive. Made Using (http://www.nfl.com/standings)

    AFC East: 15 Wins
    AFC North: 21 Wins
    AFC South: 20 WIns
    AFC West: 25 Wins

    NFC East: 23 Wins
    NFC North: 18 Wins
    NFC South: 23 Wins
    NFC West: 17 Wins

    So the most competitive divisions in the AFC are the AFC West (25 Wins) and the AFC North (21 Wins) in the NFC they are the NFC East (23 Wins) and the NFC South (23 Wins)

    Overall the top 4 competitive Divisions are:

    AFC West (DEN, KC, SD, OAK)
    NFC East (NYG, DAL, WAS, PHI)
    NFC South (CAR, TB, ATL, NO)
    AFC North (CLE, PIT, CIN, BAL)
    That is pretty good information. I had a feeling the AFC West was better than the NFC East because the Broncos and Raiders had winning records against the NFC East.

    Great info, CP for you



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    • #3
      AFC West ................
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      • #4
        I would have to go with the NFC East. In the AFC West, the Raiders are duds. The broncos are an obviously dominant team. However, in the NFC East, there arent and Duds, and noone is really dominant. I would have to go with the NFC East
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        • #5
          I have always thought it was the AFC West because it is usually a fight tell the end for either usualy Denver, Kansas City, or San Diego where as other divisions usually have someone who is basically in lock by game 8. Like Philly, Atlanta, New England last year.

          This year NFC East is really competitive, but AFC West is the more competitive one right now imo.

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          • #6
            AFC West I think is a given.

            Little surprised by some of the others.

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            • #7
              I'm going with the Wild AFC West on this one.

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              • #8
                without a doubt the AFC west is the strongest conference this season.


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                • #9
                  Check history!!

                  The AFC West has alway beat each other up along with the rest of the league!!
                  This is the NFL!!

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