I have been a HUGE fan of the Colts since they moved to Indianapolis.
I have attended many games and love the atmosphere and game action.
This year was stellar!
I also loved seeing the fans in the stands who were dressed in blue and white, waving foam fingers, or holding up signs supporting their favorite players or teams. I was very impressed by the fact that so many of them were wearing jerseys with their favorite players names on them. That showed me that this team means business!
So how does your team rank? Well, I think it depends on several factors. The first is whether you are in a division or league where there is a lot of competition for spots in the playoffs. If your team is not in a division with a lot of competition, then this ranking may not matter as much to you. But if you are in a division where there are more teams vying for playoff spots than there are teams in total (meaning less teams in total than the number of games played) then you need to do well against each other to get those coveted playoff spots.
The second factor is whether your team is an expansion team or not. If they are an expansion team then they will have less chance at winning their division as they will be competing against teams
Welcome to the American Football Conference (the AFC), where we discuss the best and worst teams in the conference this season. Many people focus on the National Football League (NFL) as a whole, but we believe that ranking the conferences individually will give us a better understanding of how good each team actually is.
We rank all 16 teams in the AFC according to several factors, including how many points they score and how many points they allow. Each team is given an overall rating from 1-100 and then placed into one of four tiers based on their rating.
The teams are listed below with their overall rating, where each point represents 10% of their total score for the season:**
As I mentioned in my previous post, the AFC is clearly the best conference. But which team is the best of the best?
1. New England Patriots (1-0)
Last year’s Super Bowl champs have made a statement early in this season. They looked great against the Chiefs and are now 1-0. Tom Brady continues to impress and it looks like they made all of the right moves in the offseason.
2. Baltimore Ravens (1-0)
The Ravens come off of a strong showing against a tough Bengals team. Joe Flacco is definitely an elite quarterback and he has plenty of weapons around him to help improve his game, even more, this season. The defense is just as good as it has been in years past, but can they keep up with the Patriots?
3. Cincinnatti Bengals (0-1)
The Bengals looked good against the Ravens despite losing a close game. They will be back to their winning ways next week when they take on Baltimore again, but this time at home. This is still not one of the top teams in this conference but they are definitely one of the better ones once Andy Dalton starts playing well again.
I’m ranking the teams in the AFC. 1) Patriots 2) Steelers 3) Bills 4) Dolphins 5) Ravens 6) Titans 7) Bengals 8) Texans 9) Broncos 10) Colts 11) Raiders 12) Chargers 13) Browns 14) Jets 15) Jaguars 16) Chiefs
The AFC division of the National Football League (NFL) is home to some of the most storied and successful clubs in the country. With dozens of Super Bowl appearances between them, these elite teams have accumulated an impressive number of championships and individual awards on their way to the top. So which are the best?
To answer this question, we’ve written a custom algorithm that takes into account several factors:
– Number of division titles
– Number of AFC championships
– Number of Super Bowl appearances
– Number of Super Bowl victories
– Winning percentage during regular season games
These values are combined to give each team an overall score. The lists below rank every active team in the NFL from best to worst.
The AFC is one of the two conferences of the National Football League (NFL). It stands for American Football Conference. The current AFC champions are New England Patriots.
The AFC was formed in 1970 when the NFL merged with the American Football League (AFL). Before the merger, each league had 13 teams. After the merger, there were 26 teams in total. Each conference was made up of 13 teams. In 2002, NFL realigned into eight divisions and created 32 teams.
The AFC is divided into four divisions: North, South, East, and West. There are four teams in each division. Each season, six teams from each conference qualify for the playoffs. These teams are made up of four division winners and two wild card teams from each conference.
The top seed from each conference is given a first-round bye and plays at home in the second round against the team that won their wild card game. The winner advances to their respective conference championship game to play against another team for a chance to go to the Super Bowl.
I am not going to write about the NFL or college football.I am going to write about how a team is put together and how it works.
The basic structure of a football team is pretty simple: offense and defense. The offense tries to score points by advancing the ball into the opposing team’s end zone (or kicking it through the uprights). The defense tries to prevent this from happening.
Each side has its own specialized players who work together as a unit. This means that there is almost no overlap between positions on offense and positions on defense. For example, offensive linemen are big, strong guys who are very good at run blocking; defensive linemen are also big, strong guys, but they specialize in pass rushing. Quarterbacks have to make quick decisions and throw the ball accurately; cornerbacks have to cover receivers closely and intercept passes. And so on.
In recent years I’ve noticed that many fans don’t understand this basic fact about football teams: that there are two separate units, one for offense and one for defense, that have very different characteristics.