AFC South is king -- again
Posted Oct. 12 at 06:55 AM
All four teams in the AFC South have winning records. That continues a trend that we’ve seen in recent years.
Other divisions (NFC East, AFC East, NFC North) get more pub, but the AFC South has tended to be the best division over the years. It’s got Peyton Manning, and there’s usually other talent in that group of teams as well.
Since the NFL went to its current four-division format, in fact, the AFC South have been the league’s winningest division.
DIVISION RECORDS SINCE 2002
Chart does not include divisional games (all divisions are 96-96-0 against each other in the 2002-2009 seasons).
Win Loss Tie Pct.
196 140 0 .583 AFC South
188 146 1 .563 NFC East
176 150 0 .540 AFC East
172 160 1 .518 NFC South
166 163 2 .505 AFC North
161 174 0 .481 AFC West
145 186 0 .438 NFC North
124 209 0 .372 NFC West
Posted by Chris Masters | Oct. 12 at 01:24 PM
If you look at team passing and rushing statistics over those years, is there a correlation to the division winning percentages?
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