As the NFL Regular Season Winds Down, AFC Proves It Is Still on Top

Posted: 24th December 2009 by Paul Preibisius in NFL
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Early into the 2009 season, it appeared that this would be the year that the NFC asserted its dominance.á Minnesota, New Orleans, New York (Giants), and Atlanta all looked to be forceful presences in the league.á Philadelphia looked to join those ranks as soon as McNabb returned to speed after missing weeks two and three to injury. Somewhere along the way a switch triggered.á Once again the AFC proved the superior conference.á To this point in the year, the AFC has a 35-25 record (or .580) in games against NFC opponents.á A two or three game variation can be given to scheduling quirks; a ten game advantage is a trend.á This continues the AFCÆs advantage in such play, which stands at 55 percent across the last decade.á Beyond the regular season, the AFC has also taken seven Superbow ...

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