Found August 03, 2012 on CJ Sports NFL Talk:
Written By: Kyle Newton (@KNewt22) This debate rages on every year, which division is king of the NFL?  Several divisions have a legitimate case every year to be crowned the best, but which one really is better than the rest.  You can go through and eliminate several that are just simply at the bottom of the pack, the AFC South and AFC West are easily at the bottom of the AFC and the NFC West are in the basement of the NFC by a wide margin.  So there are the bottom dwellers, now let’s get into the middle of the pack. So many fans feel just like these Dolphin fans(NY Daily News) The AFC East, AFC North, and NFC North are on that second tier of divisions.  The AFC East has the always contending Patriots but after that it is filled with mediocre to bad teams.  You never know what you are going to get with the Jets, I mean come on no team is winning a Superbowl running a two quarterback system.  The Bills are improving but they are still not quite contenders.  As for the Dolphins, lets ...
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