I know that I'm in the minority here, but I'm a big time follower of the AFC vs the NFC every year. It goes back to the beginning of the AFL when the NFL looked down their noses at us, which still goes on today in spite of the reality that the AFC has been the stronger conference by a large margin over the years. In spite of an incredibly slow start this year, when the AFC trailed by 12 games, the AFC only trails now by one game, 24-25 (counting the Bills win at Dallas yesterday). The remaining three games this week are SF at Bal, TB at Jac and Phi at Mia. Anything could happen there. As for their history, counting the first 4 seasons when the AFL and NFL split 2-2 in the title games, the AFC has won the head to head battle in 32 seasons to the NFC's 19. There have been two season ties. The overall record has the AFC leading by 84 games, 1384 to 1300. The only place the AFC trails is in SB wins, 24-25. That's in spite of the AFC losing 15 of 16 from 81-96. Hopefully, the AFC will tie it up with a Pats win this year. I'm so sick of the NFC ball washing and I'm curious to know everyone's thoughts on this. Do you care or not?