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Realigned National Football League


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AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE:

WEST:

Minnesota Vikings

Kansas City Chiefs

Denver Broncos

Arizona Cardinals

NORTH:

Detroit Lions

Cincinnatti Bengals

Cleveland Browns

Pittsburgh Steelers

SOUTH:

Atlanta Falcons

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jacksonville Jaguars

Miami Dolphins

EAST:

New England Patriots

New York Jets

New York Giants

Buffalo Bills

NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE:

WEST:

Seattle Seahawks

San Francisco 49ers

Oakland Raiders

San Diego Chargers

NORTH:

Green Bay Packers

Chicago Bears

St. Louis Rams

Indianapolis Colts

SOUTH:

Tennessee Titans

New Orleans Saints

Dallas Cowboys

Houston Texans

EAST:

Philadelphia Eagles

Baltimore Ravens

Washington Redskins

Carolina Panthers

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what the hell is this? is someone to busy doing nothing? this is such a piece of BS to be honest. why would NY want 2 teams in the same division in the same conference? no logic was applied in this thinking at all. such huge waste of time.

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what the hell is this? is someone to busy doing nothing? this is such a piece of BS to be honest. why would NY want 2 teams in the same division in the same conference? no logic was applied in this thinking at all. such huge waste of time.

It would really stoke regional rivalries. Plus if you think about it its kinda stupid for NYC to have 2 teams when Major MArkets and NFL capable cities like LA, hawaii, Utah, New MExico, VEGAS, San Antonio, and Virginia have no team.

I really support that NY State Senate bill to outlaw companies outside f New York State to use its name...basically making he 2 teams the New Jersey Giants, and NJ Jets.

The Jets should move to LA, NJ get an expansion/relocation team to use the meadowlands, and some NY billionaire build the Giants a stadium next door to Citi Field in Queens

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