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Old 07-11-2007, 02:48 PM    (permalink
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I kinda like the NFC more than the AFC too. I think its because a majority of the AFC's best teams are Defensive teams while avout 3/4 of the NFC's teams are Offensive Teams.
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Old 07-11-2007, 03:36 PM    (permalink
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Well im really not interested in the AFC either, all their live games just look boring, the NFC just has more life but maybe its just fox
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Old 07-11-2007, 07:34 PM    (permalink
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The AFC is great, and much better than the NFC.

Yeah, I went there.
For now...
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Old 07-11-2007, 07:40 PM    (permalink
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Could it be that the AFC kicks the NFC arse in almost every area. They got the better QB's, the more exciting offenses.

And the AFC has the more exciting cities. Yes I went there.
What does the AFC have on the NFC...

Houston Miami = New Orleans (pre-Katrina)
Boston < Chicago
San Diego < San Francisco
New York = Well we got that too
Tennessee
We win. I went there.
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Old 07-11-2007, 09:36 PM    (permalink
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For now...
I'd say for the next 5 years plus.

The AFC is currently benefitting from Manning, Brady and Palmer just like the NFC benefited from Aikman, Favre and Young.
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Old 07-12-2007, 02:44 AM    (permalink
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I'd say for the next 5 years plus.

The AFC is currently benefitting from Manning, Brady and Palmer just like the NFC benefited from Aikman, Favre and Young.
Well...

Manning = Favre
Palmer = Young
Brady = Aikman

But yeah, you have a good point there.
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Old 07-12-2007, 01:36 PM    (permalink
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And the AFC has the more exciting cities. Yes I went there.
What? The NFC champs are from the greatest city in the world! But then, I'm biased, having family in Illinois.

Outside of my confessed bias, of those I've been to, I've found NFC cities more interesting. Oakland doesn't have very much tourism-wise; Denver people can't drive; did my family & I even go through KC on the way to Branson, MO a few years ago? On the other hand, in the NFC, I loved Fisherman's Wharf in SF and Navy Pier in Chicago. So, to sum this up in an on-topic way, the NFC has more interesting cities, contrary to eacantdraft's claim.
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Old 07-12-2007, 01:41 PM    (permalink
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My cousin is a Bears fan and I'm a Packers fan and we both stick to FOX games (NFC Games) for the most part. It's just part of growing up a fan of an NFC team and watching other NFC teams play. Us Packers, Bears, etc. fans watch the NFC so much, whether it's the opponent, which is usually an NFC team, or the game following it if it's double-header week.
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Old 07-12-2007, 01:46 PM    (permalink
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What? The NFC champs are from the greatest city in the world! But then, I'm biased, having family in Illinois.

Outside of my confessed bias, of those I've been to, I've found NFC cities more interesting. Oakland doesn't have very much tourism-wise; Denver people can't drive; did my family & I even go through KC on the way to Branson, MO a few years ago? On the other hand, in the NFC, I loved Fisherman's Wharf in SF and Navy Pier in Chicago. So, to sum this up in an on-topic way, the NFC has more interesting cities, contrary to eacantdraft's claim.
KC is for the most part boring
NY is great, thats a plus for both sides
I liked GB, but thats cuz im a packer fan
And I love going to DC
San Fran was pretty good
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What does the AFC have on the NFC...

Houston Miami = New Orleans (pre-Katrina)
Boston < Chicago
San Diego < San Francisco
New York = Well we got that too
Tennessee
We win. I went there.
SD is much more interesting than SF. The weather alone beats any city in the US, it's perect year round. Miami is also much more enjoyable than NO the other 11 months out of the year.
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Old 07-12-2007, 07:05 PM    (permalink
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I like the NFC a lot more because you have always have so many teams competing in for the wild card. In the AFC you have the superior teams that always make the playoffs and no one cares about the other ones.
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Old 07-12-2007, 07:21 PM    (permalink
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The AFC is just a higher quality of football. The games are much more fun to watch. Does that bother you or the fact that I just said that bother you?
Its not really though, its just that the AFC's long period of sucktitude has led to them being able to draft a lot of players who're blossoming now and having had free cap space to sign good free agents for a number of years.

I garuntee you that in a few years it'll shift back and the NFC will be the superior conference.
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Will there be a time when they are even??
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Old 07-13-2007, 09:53 AM    (permalink
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I will start this out by saying that I hate 31 footballs teams in the NFL so it's not that I like more teams in the NFC. I'm also aware that I'm a fan of a NFC team, but I just find myself so uninterested with the AFC. WE all know the " AFC is the much superior conference" , but I just don't like one thing about it. What would cause this?
I actually to have the same mentality. Have no Idea why though. I mean it's not like the NBA with East and West, where they are known have different styles of play(Run and Gun vs. Slowing it down), or the MLB(AL vs. NL) where there is a obvious difference in offensive numbers and the DH argument. Both leagues in NFL are relatively the same. Probably as somebody said the roots of your fanship.
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Old 07-13-2007, 10:01 AM    (permalink
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have you even been to ANY of those places? how, exactly, is dallas better than houston? have you been to new orleans recently to have any kind of vaguely educated opinion? ugh. if you don't travel, or haven't been to one of these cities, please don't bother opining about it.

also, DaBears9654: your assertaion that people in denver can't drive is interesting. you must have been here during the winter or the summer when the entire states of California and Texas drive in with cars they don't know how to handle in conditions they're incapable of driving in. the vast majority of denverites (year round) are far better bad weather drivers than anywhere else i've been and are usually good regular drivers. far better than nearly any east/west coast city.
I was born and raised in Dallas, so maybe it's just homegrown thing, but it does get dull around here. Don't get me wrong I would love to live here all my life, raise my famlily here and all that but it's far from being a vacation spot. Dallas does have a great night life, a there's lot of things to do, but I'm just not into it. I've been to the Houston/Galveston area a lot and I enjoyed it there, aside from burning the crap out of my eyes while swimming, thanks to the water over there. But maybe I just enjoyed it there because it's a new place for me.
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i'm the opposite of the NFC fans here. I'm a fan of the Packers in the NFC, but that has caused me to hate other NFC teams. obviously division rivals piss me off, as do teams that the Packers compete against for playoff position.

so, as far as teams i like outside of the Packers, it's mostly AFC teams that stay outa the Pack's way except for once every 4 years.
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