Why is the NFC West So Bad?

Posted: 24th November 2009 by Zack Nally in NFL
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At the end of the 2001 season, the NFL, in an effort toáeradicateáits overpopulated divisions, opted to dissolve the NFC and AFC central divisionsáand createáeight divisions of four teams that would be classified as the North, South, East, and West divisions for both conferences.á Since that realignment in 2002, the NFC West has a collective record of 192-256 (.429), the worst in the NFL. Seattle is the only team with a collective winning record and the others have only enjoyed one season with a record above .500.á Now, I have every bit of respect for these teams; the fact that they can compete in a league asádiscriminatoryáas the NFL week in and week out warrants their fair share of kudos. That being said, however, the NFC West flat out blows. Both Arizona and San Francisco have m ...

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