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NFCs dominance over AFC

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So far the NFC has been putting a BEATDOWN on the AFC. Outscoring in inter-league play by over 200 points.

All four of the NFC West teams are above .500... there are only 5 teams in the ENTIRE AFC with a winning record.

Last year the scoring was in favor of the AFC, and both conferences had 6 teams total with a winning record

beside the few dominant teams, the AFC doesn't look great so far...

What are your guys' super bowl predictions? and do you think the NFC dominance will continue through the year?

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Falcons/Patriots.Not that i'm biased or anything. Yes i do think NFC dominance will continue. The balance has shifted. All the best young QBs are in the NFC now.

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this is partly because the Panthers haven't played any of their AFC opponents yet

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this is partly because the Panthers haven't played any of their AFC opponents yet

If we can't beat the chiefs or raiders, then FML

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If we can't beat the chiefs or raiders, then FML

Just injure someone on the chiefs. They'll start cheering and demoralize the rest of the team.

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Just injure someone on the chiefs. They'll start cheering and demoralize the rest of the team.

And also take out the LS for Oakland

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And also take out the LS for Oakland

They are already pulling people off the street to play in the secondary. :lol:

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It happens.

Wasn't too long ago 4-6 years when the entire NFC was looking up at the:

Colts

Pats

Steelers

Ravens

Chargers

etc.

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