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NFL Realignment


Zack15

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The NFL has a few alignment issues, which I know people can agree on. I know the NFL likes to keep rivalries in tact, but I think by realigning a few teams to make the division more regional could help teams with travel costs and such. Most of all, I would just like to see a consistent base.

In my changes, I made 3 in the AFC, and 2 in the NFC

I think the biggest change would be the Dallas Cowboys. Obviously they have huge rivalries within the NFC East, but being in the division makes absolutely no sense. The Houston Texans are in the NFC South, as should be the Cowboys. Both Texas teams need to be consistent. This same concept works with the Miami Dolphins. Tampa Bay is in the NFC South, but the Dolphins in the East? Yes, Miami is East, but definitely sits better South, in my eyes. Below you can see more changes. I believe that this makes the divisions regionally better.

What do you all think? What changes would you make?

AFC East

New England Patriots

New York Jets

Buffalo Bills

Baltimore Ravens (moved from North)

AFC North

Cleveland Browns

Pittsburgh Steelers

Indianapolis Colts (moved from South)

Cincinnati Bengals

AFC South

Miami Dolphins (moved from East)

Houston Texans

Tennessee Titans

Jacksonville Jaguars

AFC West

Kansas City Chiefs

San Diego Chargers

Oakland Raiders

Denver Broncos

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NFC East

Philadelphia Eagles

New York Giants

Washington Redskins

Carolina Panthers (moved from South)

NFC North

Green Bay Packers

Chicago Bears

Detroit Lions

Minnesota Vikings

NFC South

New Orleans Saints

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Atlanta Falcons

Dallas Cowboys (moved from East)

NFC West

St. Louis Rams

San Francisco 49ers

Seattle Seahawks

Arizona Cardinals

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