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'''The National Football Conference''' (NFC) is one of the two divisions of the [[National Football League]] ([[NFL]]). The NFC was created after the league merged with the [[American Football League]] (AFL) in early 1970. The NFC had 13 teams, all of which played in the NFL before the merger. The former AFL teams along with the NFL's [[Cleveland Browns]], [[Pittsburgh Steelers]], and [[Baltimore Colts]] formed the [[American Football Conference]].
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'''The National Football Conference''' (NFC) is one of the two divisions of the [[National Football League]] ([[NFL]]). The NFC was created after the league merged with the [[American Football League]] (AFL) in early 1970. The NFC had 13 teams, all of which played in the NFL before the merger. The former AFL teams along with the NFL's [[Cleveland Browns]], [[Pittsburgh Steelers]], and [[Indianapolis Colts|Baltimore Colts]] formed the [[American Football Conference]].
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Latest revision as of 09:53, 10 February 2011

The National Football Conference (NFC) is one of the two divisions of the National Football League (NFL). The NFC was created after the league merged with the American Football League (AFL) in early 1970. The NFC had 13 teams, all of which played in the NFL before the merger. The former AFL teams along with the NFL's Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Baltimore Colts formed the American Football Conference.

See also

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