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  1. If the AFC and NFC had been geographically accurate in the 6-division era: 1970 AFC East: Baltimore, Buffalo, Miami, New England (Boston in 1970), NY Jets AFC Central: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Kansas City, Pittsburgh AFC West: Denver, Houston, Oakland, San Diego NFC East: Atlanta, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Washington NFC Central: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, St. Louis NFC West: Dallas, LA Rams, New Orleans, San Francisco 1976 AFC East: Baltimore, Buffalo, Miami, New England, NY Jets AFC Central: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Kansas City, Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay (only one season) AFC West: Denver, Houston, Oakland, San Diego NFC East: Atlanta, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Washington NFC Central: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, St. Louis NFC West: Dallas, LA Rams, New Orleans, San Francisco, Seattle (only one season) 1977 AFC East: Baltimore, Buffalo, Miami, New England, NY Jets AFC Central: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, Kansas City, Pittsburgh AFC West: Denver, Oakland (moves to Los Angeles in 1982), San Diego, Seattle NFC East: Atlanta, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, Washington NFC Central: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, St. Louis NFC West: Dallas, LA Rams, New Orleans, San Francisco 1984 AFC East: Buffalo, Miami, New England, NY Jets, Pittsburgh AFC Central: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas City AFC West: Denver, LA Raiders, San Diego, Seattle NFC East: Atlanta, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, Washington NFC Central: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, St. Louis NFC West: Dallas, LA Rams, New Orleans, San Francisco 1988 AFC East: Buffalo, Miami, New England, NY Jets, Pittsburgh AFC Central: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas City AFC West: Denver, LA Raiders, San Diego, Seattle NFC East: Atlanta, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, Washington NFC Central: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, New Orleans NFC West: Dallas, LA Rams, Phoenix (becomes Arizona in 1994), San Francisco 1995 (NFC gets crazy for a few years until the expansion to 32 restores normalcy to some extent) AFC East: Buffalo, Jacksonville, Miami, New England, NY Jets AFC Central: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Pittsburgh AFC West: Denver, Houston, Oakland, San Diego, Seattle NFC Coastal: Arizona, NY Giants, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Washington NFC Central: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, St. Louis NFC South: Atlanta, Carolina, Dallas, New Orleans, Tampa Bay 1996 AFC East: Baltimore, Jacksonville, Miami, New England, NY Jets AFC Central: Buffalo, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Pittsburgh AFC West: Denver, Houston, Oakland, San Diego, Seattle NFC Coastal: Arizona, NY Giants, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Washington NFC Central: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, St. Louis NFC South: Atlanta, Carolina, Dallas, New Orleans, Tampa Bay 1997 AFC East: Baltimore, Jacksonville, Miami, New England, NY Jets AFC Central: Buffalo, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Tennessee AFC West: Denver, Kansas City, Oakland, San Diego, Seattle NFC Coastal: Arizona, NY Giants, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Washington NFC Central: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, St. Louis NFC South: Atlanta, Carolina, Dallas, New Orleans, Tampa Bay 1999 AFC East: Baltimore, Buffalo, Jacksonville, Miami, New England, NY Jets AFC Central: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Tennessee AFC West: Denver, Kansas City, Oakland, San Diego, Seattle NFC Coastal: Arizona, NY Giants, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Washington NFC Central: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, St. Louis NFC South: Atlanta, Carolina, Dallas, New Orleans, Tampa Bay
  2. The Seahawks could play a game in Vancouver occasionally, without having to give up a game at CLF. The NFL is planning on the 17th game for each team being neutral-site. Technically, a Seahawks game in Vancouver would be part of the neutral-site initiative. But for all intents and purposes, it would be a Seahawks home game. They probably wouldn't happen every year, but in the years they do happen, the "visiting" team could be a high-profile opponent that isn't already scheduled to play against the Seahawks by way of the scheduling formula to determine 16 of each team's games. This would usually mean an AFC opponent since the Seahawks frequently finish first in the NFC West. Like next year, Lamar Jackson and the Ravens could play the Seahawks in Vancouver before a national audience on SNF. Vancouver can hold like a "Seahawks Day" with festivities. The Seattle Kraken of the NHL would play a road game against the Vancouver Canucks that afternoon to serve as a lead in to the Seahawks game.
  3. The Jets were scheduled to visit the Raiders in Oakland in 2008, Brett Favre's first game there since a memorable MNF performance in 2003. It should have been played Monday night, November 17, which marked the 40th anniversary of the Heidi Game.
  4. In some cases I guess. But still, not only should each team be required to complete their full schedule (even if it means playing games after the season was supposed to end), but roofs should be required for new stadiums.
  5. In many cases, games that get rained out do not get made up. I mean, at the very least delay the start of the playoffs if needed so games which could not have been made up before the original end of the season do get made up. I just want every team to be able to play their full 162-game schedule. However, if none of the games made up after that last Sunday involve playoff teams, then the playoffs can start on schedule, but depending on how many made up games there are, there could be instances where regular season and postseason games are being played on the same day.
  6. not this year obviously but postponed to a later year
  7. I hope LSU doesn't have to vacate the 2019 title. I don't want Clemson fans saying they're the national champions of that season given we lost to them in the playoff despite Clemson playing a weaker schedule.
  8. I think Tua will become the first real franchise QB for Miami since Marino.
  9. Next year we beat Oregon a 10th time. And at some point this year's game will be rescheduled, so we can beat them an 11th time.
  10. I felt many in Indianapolis should have been insulted by the assignment of the Colts to the AFC South. Indianapolis is distinctively Midwestern.
  11. Actually, Colts would make more sense in the AFC North. Indiana borders a state with two AFC North teams - and one of those teams has a direct Interstate connection to Indy via I-74. Those who wanted the Browns, Bengals, Colts and Steelers together would have seen Big Ben and Peyton in the same division for years.
  12. Alright, the fact the NFC East is so bad right now is a huge reason why seeding priority should be removed from division winners. As of now, with seeding priority removed Dallas would have the #7 seed, and have to open at Chicago in the playoffs. Besides, a weak division winner going on to win the Super Bowl would be a more believable Cinderella story if they didn't have any home playoff games along the way.
  13. Other teams which had good QBs wear 12 could simultaneously honor those players too (like Terry Bradshaw of the Steelers and Ken Stabler of the Raiders).
  14. I've come up with a novel idea. Once Brady calls it quits, his #12 should be retired by the entire league. More numbers of all-time great players in all big 4 sports leagues should be retired league-wide (like 23 for LeBron and MJ in the NBA)
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