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NFC North

NFC North
ConferenceNational Football Conference
LeagueNational Football League
SportAmerican football
Founded1967 (As NFL Western Conference Central Division)
CountryUnited States
Teams
No. of teams4
Championships
Most recent NFC North champion(s)Chicago Bears (11 titles)
Most NFC North titlesMinnesota Vikings (20 titles)

The National Football Conference - Northern Division or NFC North is one of the four divisions of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). Nicknamed the "Black & Blue Division" for the rough and tough rivalry games between the teams, it currently has four members: the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, and Minnesota Vikings. The NFC North was previously known as the NFC Central from 1970 to 2001. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were previously members, from 1977, one year after they joined the league as an expansion team, until 2001 when they moved to the NFC South.

The division was created in 1967 as the Central Division of the NFL's Western Conference and existed for three seasons before the AFL-NFL merger. After the merger, it was renamed the NFC Central and retained that name until the NFL split into eight divisions in 2002. The four current division teams have been together in the same division or conference since the Vikings joined the league in 1961. The Bears, Lions and Packers have been in the same division or conference since the NFL began a conference format in 1933. Largely because the four teams have played each other at least twice a year, with the exception of the strike-shortened 1982 season, for more than half a century (more than 80 years in the case of the Bears, Lions and Packers), the entire division is considered one very large rivalry.

The division has a total of 11 Super Bowl appearances. The Packers have the most appearances in the Super Bowl with 5, the most recent happening at the conclusion of the 2010 season. The Bears and the Packers have the only Super Bowl wins of this division, a total of 5 (4 for the Packers and 1 for the Bears). Of the top 10 NFL teams with the highest winning percentage throughout its franchise history, three of them are in the NFC North (the Bears, the Packers, and the Vikings). The Lions however, have one of the lowest winning percentages in the NFL, including the first winless 16-game season in NFL history, in 2008.[1]

Entering 2018 the Bears led the division with an overall record of 752-581-42, victory in Super Bowl XX[2] and eight pre-Super Bowl league titles; Chicago's overall playoff record is 17-18. The Packers hold an overall record of 740-564-38 with an overall playoff record of 34-22, four Super Bowl titles in five Super Bowl appearances, and nine pre-Super Bowl league titles - bringing the Packers to a total of 13 World Championships, currently the most in the NFL. The Lions hold a record of 555-651-32, four league championships, and a 7-13 playoff record. As the youngest (in terms of franchise age) team in the division, the Vikings hold a record of 473-392-11, a playoff record of 20-29, and had won a league title the season before the merger (although they subsequently lost Super Bowl IV).

This division earned the moniker "Black and Blue Division" due to its intense rivalries and physical style of play, and this nickname is still used regularly today. It is also known as the "Frostbite Division" as all teams played home games in late season winter cold until the mid-1970s. The division is also humorously called the "Frozen North", although Detroit has played its home games indoors since 1975, and Minnesota also did so from 1982 to 2013 and returned to indoor home games at U.S. Bank Stadium in 2016. ESPN sportscaster Chris Berman often refers to this division as the "NFC Norris" because of its geographical similarity to the National Hockey League's former Norris Division.

Division lineups

Place cursor over year for division champ or Super Bowl team.

Years
NFL Western Conference
Central Division
NFC Central Division[B]
1900s 2000s
67[A] 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01
Chicago Bears
Detroit Lions
Green Bay Packers
Minnesota Vikings
  Tampa Bay Buccaneers[C]
NFC North Division[D]
2000s
02[D] 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Chicago Bears
Detroit Lions
Green Bay Packers
Minnesota Vikings
     Team not in division      Division Won Super Bowl      Division Won NFC Championship      Division won NFL Championship, Lost Super Bowl
A The NFL Western Conference was divided into the Coastal and Central divisions. The Packers had won Super Bowl I in 1966 in the NFL Western Conference.
B Starting in the 1970 season, the division became the National Football Conference - Central Division (or NFC Central for short), after the AFL-NFL merger.
C Tampa Bay moved from the AFC West in 1977
D For the 2002 season, the league realigned to have 8 four team divisions. Division adopts current name. Tampa Bay moves to the NFC South.

Division champions

Season Team Record Playoff Results
NFL Central (pre-merger)
1967 Green Bay Packers 9-4-1 Won Conference Playoffs (Rams) 28-7
Won NFL Championship (Cowboys) 21-17
Won Super Bowl II (vs. Raiders) 33-14
1968 Minnesota Vikings 8-6 Lost Conference Playoffs (at Colts) 14-24
1969 Minnesota Vikings 12-2 Won Conference Playoffs (Rams) 23-20
Won NFL Championship (Browns) 27-7
Lost Super Bowl IV (vs. Chiefs) 7-23
NFC Central (post merger)
1970 Minnesota Vikings 12-2 Lost Divisional Playoffs (49ers) 14-17
1971 Minnesota Vikings 11-3 Lost Divisional Playoffs (Cowboys) 12-20
1972 Green Bay Packers 10-4 won Divisional Playoffs (at Redskins) 31-16
1973 Minnesota Vikings 12-2 Won Divisional Playoffs (Redskins) 27-20
Won NFC Championship (at Cowboys) 27-10
Lost Super Bowl VIII (vs. Dolphins) 7-24
1974 Minnesota Vikings 10-4 Won Divisional Playoffs (Cardinals) 30-14
Won NFC Championship (Rams) 14-10
Lost Super Bowl IX (vs. Steelers) 6-16
1975 Minnesota Vikings 12-2 Lost Divisional Playoffs (Cowboys) 14-17
1976 Minnesota Vikings 11-2-1 Won Divisional Playoffs (Redskins) 35-20
Won NFC Championship (Rams) 24-13
Lost Super Bowl XI (vs. Raiders) 14-32
1977 Minnesota Vikings 9-5 Won Divisional Playoffs (at Rams) 14-7
Lost NFC Championship (at Cowboys) 6-23
1978 Minnesota Vikings 8-7-1 Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Rams) 10-34
1979 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10-6 Won Divisional Playoffs (Eagles) 24-17
Lost NFC Championship (Rams) 0-9
1980 Minnesota Vikings 9-7 Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Eagles) 16-31
1981 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9-7 Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Cowboys) 0-38
1982+ Green Bay Packers 5-3-1 Won First Round Playoffs (Cardinals) 41-16
won Second Round Playoffs (at Cowboys) 46-37
1983 Detroit Lions 9-7 Lost Divisional Playoffs (at 49ers) 23-24
1984 Chicago Bears 10-6 Won Divisional Playoffs (at Redskins) 23-19
Lost NFC Championship (at 49ers) 0-23
1985 Chicago Bears 15-1 Won Divisional Playoffs (Giants) 21-0
Won NFC Championship (Rams) 24-0
Won Super Bowl XX (vs. Patriots) 46-10
1986 Chicago Bears 14-2 Lost Divisional Playoffs (Redskins) 13-27
1987 Chicago Bears 11-4 Lost Divisional Playoffs (Redskins) 17-21
1988 Chicago Bears 12-4 Won Divisional Playoffs (Eagles) 20-12
Lost NFC Championship (49ers) 3-28
1989 Minnesota Vikings 10-6 Lost Divisional Playoffs (at 49ers) 13-41
1990 Chicago Bears 11-5 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Saints) 16-6
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Giants) 3-31
1991 Detroit Lions 12-4 Won Divisional Playoffs (Cowboys) 38-6
Lost NFC Championship (at Redskins) 10-41
1992 Minnesota Vikings 11-5 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Redskins) 7-24
1993 Detroit Lions 10-6 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Packers) 24-28
1994 Minnesota Vikings 10-6 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Bears) 18-35
1995 Green Bay Packers 11-5 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Falcons) 37-20
Won Divisional Playoffs (at 49ers) 27-17
won NFC Championship (at Cowboys) 47-38
1996 Green Bay Packers 13-3 Won Divisional Playoffs (49ers) 35-14
Won NFC Championship (Panthers) 30-13
Won Super Bowl XXXI (vs. Patriots) 35-21
1997 Green Bay Packers 13-3 Won Divisional Playoffs (Buccaneers) 21-7
Won NFC Championship (at 49ers) 23-10
Lwon Super Bowl XXXII (vs. Broncos) 34-31
1998 Minnesota Vikings 15-1 Won Divisional Playoffs (Cardinals) 41-21
Lost NFC Championship (Falcons) 27-30 (OT)
1999 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 11-5 Lost NFC Championship Game (at Rams) 6-11
2000 Minnesota Vikings 11-5 Won Divisional Playoffs (Saints) 34-16
Lost NFC Championship (at Giants) 0-41
2001 Chicago Bears 13-3 Lost Divisional Playoffs (Eagles) 19-33
NFC North
2002 Green Bay Packers 12-4 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Falcons) 7-27
2003 Green Bay Packers 10-6 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Seahawks) 33-27 (OT)
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Eagles) 17-20 (OT)
2004 Green Bay Packers 10-6 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Vikings) 17-31
2005 Chicago Bears 11-5 Lost Divisional Playoffs (Panthers) 21-29
2006 Chicago Bears 13-3 Won Divisional Playoffs (Seahawks) 27-24 (OT)
Won NFC Championship (Saints) 39-14
Lost Super Bowl XLI (vs. Colts) 17-29
2007 Green Bay Packers 13-3 Lost NFC Championship Game (Giants) 23-20 (OT)
2008 Minnesota Vikings 10-6 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Eagles) 14-26
2009 Minnesota Vikings 12-4 Won Divisional Playoffs (Cowboys) 34-3
Lost NFC Championship (at Saints) 28-31 (OT)
2010 Chicago Bears 11-5 Won Divisional Playoffs (Seahawks) 35-24
Lost NFC Championship (Packers) 14-21
2011 Green Bay Packers 15-1 Lost Divisional Playoffs (Giants) 20-37
2012 Green Bay Packers 11-5 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Vikings) 24-10
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at 49ers) 31-45
2013 Green Bay Packers 8-7-1 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (49ers) 20-23
2014 Green Bay Packers 12-4 Won Divisional Playoffs (Cowboys) 26-21
Lost NFC Championship (at Seahawks) 22-28 (OT)
2015 Minnesota Vikings 11-5 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Seahawks) 9-10
2016 Green Bay Packers 10-6 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Giants) 38-13
Won Divisional Playoffs (at Cowboys) 34-31
Lost NFC Championship (at Falcons) 21-44
2017 Minnesota Vikings 13-3 Won Divisional Playoffs (Saints) 29-24
Lost NFC Championship (at Eagles) 7-38
2018 Chicago Bears 12-4 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Eagles) 15-16

+ A players' strike in 1982 reduced the regular season to nine games, so the league used a special 16-team playoff tournament just for this year. Division standings were ignored; Green Bay had the best record of the division teams.

Wild Card qualifiers

Season Team Record Playoff Results
NFC Central
1970 Detroit Lions 10-4 Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Cowboys) 0-5
1977 Chicago Bears 9-5 Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Cowboys) 7-37
1979 Chicago Bears 10-6 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Eagles) 17-27
1982+ Minnesota Vikings 5-4 Won First Round Playoffs (Falcons) 30-24
Lost Second Round Playoffs (at Redskins) 7-21
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5-4 Lost First Round Playoffs (at Cowboys) 17-30
Detroit Lions 4-5 Lost First Round Playoffs (at Redskins) 7-31
1987 Minnesota Vikings 8-7 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Saints) 44-10
Won Divisional Playoffs (at 49ers) 36-24
Lost NFC Championship (at Redskins) 10-17
1988 Minnesota Vikings 11-5 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Rams) 28-17
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at 49ers) 9-34
1991 Chicago Bears 11-5 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Cowboys) 13-17
1993 Minnesota Vikings 9-7 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Giants) 10-17
Green Bay Packers 9-7 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Lions) 28-24
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Cowboys) 17-27
1994 Green Bay Packers 9-7 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Lions) 16-12
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Cowboys) 9-35
Detroit Lions 9-7 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Packers) 12-16
Chicago Bears 9-7 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Vikings) 35-18
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at 49ers) 15-44
1995 Detroit Lions 10-6 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Eagles) 37-58
1996 Minnesota Vikings 9-7 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Cowboys) 15-40
1997 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10-6 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Lions) 20-10
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Packers) 7-21
Detroit Lions 9-7 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Buccaneers) 10-20
Minnesota Vikings 9-7 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Giants) 23-22
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at 49ers) 22-38
1998 Green Bay Packers 11-5 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at 49ers) 27-30
1999 Minnesota Vikings 10-6 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Cowboys) 27-10
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Rams) 37-49
Detroit Lions 8-8 Won Wild Card Playoffs (Cowboys) 27-10
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Rams) 37-49
2000 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10-6 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Eagles) 3-21
2001 Green Bay Packers 12-4 Won Wild Card Playoffs (49ers) 25-15
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Rams) 17-45
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9-7 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Eagles) 9-31
NFC North
2004 Minnesota Vikings 8-8 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Packers) 31-17
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Eagles) 14-27
2009 Green Bay Packers 11-5 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Cardinals) 45-51 (OT)
2010 Green Bay Packers 10-6 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Eagles) 21-16
Won Divisional Playoffs (at Falcons) 48-21
Won NFC Championship (at Bears) 21-14
Won Super Bowl XLV (vs. Steelers) 31-25
2011 Detroit Lions 10-6 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Saints) 28-45
2012 Minnesota Vikings 10-6 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Packers) 10-24
2014 Detroit Lions 11-5 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Cowboys) 20-24
2015 Green Bay Packers 10-6 Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Redskins) 35-18
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Cardinals) 26-20 (OT)
2016 Detroit Lions 9-7 Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Seahawks) 6-26

+ A players' strike in 1982 reduced the regular season to nine games, so the league used a special 16-team playoff tournament just for this year.

Total playoff berths

Total playoff berths as members of the NFC Central/North

(1966-2018 seasons)

Team Division
Championships
Playoff
Berths
NFL League
Titles
Super Bowl
Appearances
Super Bowl
Wins
Minnesota Vikings 20 29 1 4 0
Green Bay Packers 15 22 13 5 4
Chicago Bears 11 15 9 2 1
Detroit Lions 3 12 4 0 0

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Total playoff berths in team history

(1920-2018 seasons)

Team Division
Championships
Playoff
Berths
NFL League
Titles
(pre-merger)
Conference
Wins
Super Bowl
Wins
Total (1)
Championships
Chicago Bears 21 26 8 4 1 9
Minnesota Vikings 20 29 1 4 0 0
Green Bay Packers 18 31 11 9 4 13
Detroit Lions 4 18 4 4 0 4

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1 From 1966 to 1969, this means winning both the NFL Championship game AND the Super Bowl. Hence, the Vikings' NFL Championship victory in 1969 isn't counted. The Packers had 2 NFL titles during this time frame and also won Super Bowl I and II.

Season results

(#) Denotes team that won the Super Bowl
(#) Denotes team that won the NFC Championship
(#) Denotes team that won the NFL Championship
(#) Denotes team that qualified for the NFL Playoffs
Season Team (record)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
NFL Central (pre-merger)
1967 Green Bay (9-4-1) Chicago (7-6-1) Detroit (5-7-2) Minnesota (3-8-3)
1968 Minnesota (8-6) Chicago (7-7) Green Bay (6-7-1) Detroit (4-8-2)
1969 Minnesota (12-2) Detroit (9-4-1) Green Bay (8-6) Chicago (1-13)
NFC Central (post merger)
1970 Minnesota (12-2) Detroit (10-4) Green Bay (6-8) Chicago (6-8)
1971 Minnesota (11-3) Detroit (7-6-1) Chicago (6-8) Green Bay (4-8-2)
1972 Green Bay (10-4) Detroit (8-5-1) Minnesota (7-7) Chicago (4-9-1)
1973 Minnesota (12-2) Detroit (6-7-1) Green Bay (5-7-2) Chicago (3-11)
1974 Minnesota (10-4) Detroit (7-7) Green Bay (6-8) Chicago (4-10)
1975 (1)Minnesota (12-2) Detroit (7-7) Chicago (4-10) Green Bay (4-10)
1976 (1)Minnesota (11-2-1) Chicago (7-7) Detroit (6-8) Green Bay (5-9)
1977 (3)Minnesota (9-5) (4)Chicago (9-5) Detroit (6-8) Green Bay (4-10) Tampa Bay (2-12)
1978 (3)Minnesota (8-7-1) Green Bay (8-7-1) Detroit (7-9) Chicago (7-9) Tampa Bay (5-11)
1979 (2)Tampa Bay (10-6) (5)Chicago (10-6) Minnesota (7-9) Green Bay (5-11) Detroit (2-14)
1980 (3)Minnesota (9-7) Detroit (9-7) Chicago (7-9) Tampa Bay (5-10-1) Green Bay (5-10-1)
1981 (3)Tampa Bay (9-7) Detroit (8-8) Green Bay (8-8) Minnesota (7-9) Chicago (6-10)
1982^ (3)Green Bay (5-3-1) (4)Minnesota (5-4) (7)Tampa Bay (5-4) (8)Detroit (4-5) Chicago (3-6)
1983 (3)Detroit (9-7) Green Bay (8-8) Chicago (8-8) Minnesota (8-8) Tampa Bay (2-14)
1984 (3)Chicago (10-6) Green Bay (8-8) Tampa Bay (6-10) Detroit (4-11-1) Minnesota (3-13)
1985 (1)Chicago (15-1) Green Bay (8-8) Minnesota (7-9) Detroit (7-9) Tampa Bay (2-14)
1986 (2)Chicago (14-2) Minnesota (9-7) Detroit (5-11) Green Bay (4-12) Tampa Bay (2-14)
1987 (2)Chicago (11-4) (5)Minnesota (8-7) Green Bay (5-9-1) Tampa Bay (4-11) Detroit (4-11)
1988 (1)Chicago (12-4) (4)Minnesota (11-5) Tampa Bay (5-11) Detroit (4-12) Green Bay (4-12)
1989 (3)Minnesota (10-6) Green Bay (10-6) Detroit (7-9) Chicago (6-10) Tampa Bay (5-11)
1990 (3)Chicago (11-5) Tampa Bay (6-10) Detroit (6-10) Green Bay (6-10) Minnesota (6-10)
1991 (2)Detroit (12-4) (4)Chicago (11-5) Minnesota (8-8) Green Bay (4-12) Tampa Bay (3-13)
1992 (3)Minnesota (11-5) Green Bay (9-7) Tampa Bay (5-11) Chicago (5-11) Detroit (5-11)
1993 (3)Detroit (10-6) (5)Minnesota (9-7) (6)Green Bay (9-7) Chicago (7-9) Tampa Bay (5-11)
1994 (3)Minnesota (10-6) (4)Green Bay (9-7) (5)Detroit (9-7) (6)Chicago (9-7) Tampa Bay (6-10)
1995 (3)Green Bay (11-5) (5)Detroit (10-6) Chicago (9-7) Minnesota (8-8) Tampa Bay (7-9)
1996 (1)Green Bay (13-3) (6)Minnesota (9-7) Chicago (7-9) Tampa Bay (6-10) Detroit (5-11)
1997 (2)Green Bay (13-3) (4)Tampa Bay (10-6) (5)Detroit (9-7) (6)Minnesota (9-7) Chicago (4-12)
1998 (1)Minnesota (15-1) (5)Green Bay (11-5) Tampa Bay (8-8) Detroit (5-11) Chicago (4-12)
1999 (2)Tampa Bay (11-5) (4)Minnesota (10-6) (6)Detroit (8-8) Green Bay (8-8) Chicago (6-10)
2000 (2)Minnesota (11-5) (5)Tampa Bay (10-6) Green Bay (9-7) Detroit (9-7) Chicago (5-11)
2001 (2)Chicago (13-3) (4)Green Bay (12-4) (6)Tampa Bay (9-7) Minnesota (5-11) Detroit (2-14)
Season Team (record)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th
NFC North
2002 (3)Green Bay (12-4) Minnesota (6-10) Chicago (4-12) Detroit (3-13)
2003 (4)Green Bay (10-6) Minnesota (9-7) Chicago (7-9) Detroit (5-11)
2004 (3)Green Bay (10-6) (6)Minnesota (8-8) Detroit (6-10) Chicago (5-11)
2005 (2)Chicago (11-5) Minnesota (9-7) Detroit (5-11) Green Bay (4-12)
2006 (1)Chicago (13-3) Green Bay (8-8) Minnesota (6-10) Detroit (3-13)
2007 (2)Green Bay (13-3) Minnesota (8-8) Detroit (7-9) Chicago (7-9)
2008 (3)Minnesota (10-6) Chicago (9-7) Green Bay (6-10) Detroit (0-16)
2009 (2)Minnesota (12-4) (5)Green Bay (11-5) Chicago (7-9) Detroit (2-14)
2010 (2)Chicago (11-5) (6)Green Bay (10-6) Detroit (6-10) Minnesota (6-10)
2011 (1)Green Bay (15-1) (6)Detroit (10-6) Chicago (8-8) Minnesota (3-13)
2012 (3)Green Bay (11-5) (6)Minnesota (10-6) Chicago (10-6) Detroit (4-12)
2013 (4)Green Bay (8-7-1) Chicago (8-8) Detroit (7-9) Minnesota (5-10-1)
2014 (2)Green Bay (12-4) (6)Detroit (11-5) Minnesota (7-9) Chicago (5-11)
2015 (3)Minnesota (11-5) (5)Green Bay (10-6) Detroit (7-9) Chicago (6-10)
2016 (4)Green Bay (10-6) (6)Detroit (9-7) Minnesota (8-8) Chicago (3-13)
2017 (2)Minnesota (13-3) Detroit (9-7) Green Bay (7-9) Chicago (5-11)
2018 (3)Chicago (12-4) Minnesota (8-7-1) Green Bay (6-9-1) Detroit (6-10)

Schedule assignments

Year Opponents
Interconf. Intraconf.
2018 AFC East NFC West
2019 AFC West NFC East
2020 AFC South NFC South
2021 AFC North NFC West
2022 AFC East NFC East
2023 AFC West NFC South
2024 AFC South NFC West
2025 AFC North NFC East
2026 AFC East NFC South
2027 AFC West NFC West
2028 AFC South NFC East

See also

References

  1. ^ "Lions complete 1st 0-16 season in league history - NFL- NBC Sports". Nbcsports.msnbc.com. December 28, 2008. Retrieved 2012.
  2. ^ "Super Bowl XX Game Recap". Nfl.com. January 27, 1986. Retrieved 2012.

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