Google Trends of NFL Teams over the last decade (By Division) | Wyly Wade
The NFL has a reputation for parity because of its strict salary cap, revenue-sharing rules and a short schedule that has teams vaulting up and down the standings every season. This parity is also reflected in its Google data: AFC East (Patriots, Jets, Dolphins, Bills) Teams in the order I thought of them, Discovery Channel for scale across divisions because it's the first term I found that worked as a control. AFC North (Bengals, Steelers, Ravens, Browns) AFC South (Texans, Colts, Jags, Titans) AFC West (Chargers, Raiders, Broncos, Chiefs) NFC East (Giants, Eagles, Redskins, Cowboys) NFC North (Packers, Lions, Bears, Vikings) NFC South (Saints, Falcons, Panthers, Bucs) NFC West (Seahawks, 49ers, Cardinals, Rams) Related articles Necessary Roughness, Week 8: Prognostications by Division John Dudley's Week 11 NFL Power Rankings