FalconFanSince1970 Posted November 2, 2010 Share Posted November 2, 2010 (edited) Well I'm a big fan of the NFCS. One of the best divisions in the league since realignment. Very competitive. Extremely close.Since the NFCS was formed in 2002 no team has won consecutive division championships. On top of that, every team that finished last in the division went to the playoffs the next year. Wow.Each team has appeared in a conference championship game. In fact, an NFCS team has appeared in the NFC conference championship game in seven of the eight seasons since realignment.Here are the NFCS stats as of today:9-08-02 through 11-1-10DIVISION RECORDCAR - 29-21 (.580)NO - 25-26 (.490)ATL - 23-26 (.469)TB - 23-27 (.460)REGULAR SEASON RECORDCAR - 72-63 (.533)NO - 71-65 (.522)ATL - 69-65-1 (.511)TB - 65-70 (.482)PLAYOFF RECORDNO - 4-1 (.800)CAR - 5-3 (.625)TB - 3-2 (.600)ATL - 2-3 (.400)NFCCG RECORDTB - 1-0 (1.000)NO - 1-1 (.500)CAR - 1-2 (.333)ATL - 0-1 (.000)SUPER BOWL RECORDNO - 1-0 (1.000)TB - 1-0 (1.000)CAR - 0-1 (.000)ATL - 0-0 (.000)Interesting that if CAR had beaten NE in the Bowl they could lay claim to the division. Fox knows how to win in the division. Keep your eye on him folks. I think there is a scenario where we can take over just about all of these categories. I think it is something like win the South, beat TB in the NFCCG and bring home a Lombardi while NO loses a few more games and CAR continues to suck. Sounds good to me. What yall think?Disclaimer: I compiled these stats because I was suffering from an OCD attack. Please correct me if I'm wrong on any of them. Edited November 2, 2010 by FalconFanSince1970 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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