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In the legendary days of NFL yesteryear, the NFC North was considered the black and blue division of the league. With its origins from the old NFC Central, this division was once known for hard-nosed football that featured punishing ground games, ferocious defense and epic gridiron battles. Those days are long gone as the NFC North has followed the trend of the rest of the NFL with teams featuring passing games and their franchise quarterbacks... Read more
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