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DaveThePanther2008

Conference and Divisional Change

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The longest part of the year is upon us.  The gap between Mini-Camps and Training Camp. 

 

I was looking at the divisions and thought of a fun way to break the teams up.

 

Cut me some slack.  I am pushing it in a few places but when you are waiting for the boss to get done with a meeting and you are all caught up.  Nothing more to do then let the mind wander.

 

 

Human League

 

Rebel Division

Patriots

Saints

Texans

Giants  (filler team)

 

Old West Division

Redskins

Chiefs

Cowboys

49ers

 

Trouble Maker Divsion

Vikings

Bucs

Raiders

Titans

 

Blue Collar Division

Packers

Steelers

Chargers

Browns

 

Animal League

 

Big Cats Division

Lions

Bengals

Panthers

Jaguars

 

Birds of Prey Divison

Ravens

Eagles

Falcons

Seahawks

 

Wild Praire Division

Colts

Broncos

Rams

Bills

 

Misfit Division

Dolphins

Cardinals

Jets

Bears

 

Got your own?

 

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Divisions are the way they are because they are close to together. 49ers and Redskins? Child please.

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Divisions are the way they are because they are close to together. 49ers and Redskins? Child please.

 

you realize geography had nothing to do with this thread right?

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Divisions are the way they are because they are close to together. 49ers and Redskins? Child please.

Did you know that from 1970-2001, the Falcons and the Saints were in the NFC West with the Los Angeles Rams and the San Francisco 49ers? (The Rams moved to St. Louis in 1995.)

By the way, you must have the penchant for fun and frivolity of a small rock.

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Divisions are the way they are because they are close to together. 49ers and Redskins? Child please.

 

Kind of. A few of the divisions are geographically centralized.

 

But the you have MAI-BUF, NY-DAL, SF-STL, KC-SD, HOU-IND etc

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At least in the case of Miami in the AFCEast, that was a decision made to maintain a rivalry.  This is the same with the NFC East I believe. 

 

Others may be the same, not sure.

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I like it. That took some thoughtful planning to get it that well worked out. Ill give it 8 out of 10 offseason stars. Congrats!

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The longest part of the year is upon us.  The gap between Mini-Camps and Training Camp. 

 

I was looking at the divisions and thought of a fun way to break the teams up.

 

Cut me some slack.  I am pushing it in a few places but when you are waiting for the boss to get done with a meeting and you are all caught up.  Nothing more to do then let the mind wander.

 

 

Human League

 

Rebel Division

Patriots

Saints

Texans

Giants  (filler team)

 

Old West Division

Redskins

Chiefs

Cowboys

49ers

 

Trouble Maker Divsion

Vikings

Bucs

Raiders

Titans

 

Blue Collar Division

Packers

Steelers

Chargers

Browns

 

Animal League

 

Big Cats Division

Lions

Bengals

Panthers

Jaguars

 

Birds of Prey Divison

Ravens

Eagles

Falcons

Seahawks

 

Wild Praire Division

Colts

Broncos

Rams

Bills

 

Misfit Division

Dolphins

Cardinals

Jets

Bears

 

Got your own?

Lol at blue collar division and trouble maker division.

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