The NFL may be a team sport, but in 2018, it’s all about the bigger picture.

It’s not just about the quarterback, and it’s not about the team.

For the first time in a decade, there will be two division champions, and they will be facing off against each other in the playoffs.

The big question is whether it’s going to be a playoff or championship season for the NFC North.

The NFL’s power structure is evolving and becoming more diverse.

In the last 20 years, the NFC South has undergone two straight division titles, a run of four straight NFC East titles and three straight NFC West titles.

The NFC North, which includes the Giants, Eagles, Bears and Packers, has never been as dominant as it is now.

The Packers are the only team in the NFL with more wins than the other division winners, but the Packers are also the only one with a better record than the NFC East.

The Packers are currently 10-1 with Aaron Rodgers, who has thrown for 3,049 yards and 18 touchdowns.

The other division winner is the Broncos, who are 4-5.

The NFC East is no longer the division where teams like the Packers can make noise.

Teams like the Cardinals and Giants have dominated the division this season, and the Falcons and Panthers have done the same.

The AFC South is the division that has been the most consistent and competitive division in the league this year, and is currently tied for second in total wins (10).

In 2018, the Packers have played five different teams in the postseason.

The team has been in the division for more than a decade and has only played two divisional rivals in that time.

The Falcons have played the Cardinals twice, the Eagles twice and the Saints three times.

The Panthers have played four division rivals in 2018: the Cardinals, Bengals, Steelers and Packers.

The Eagles and Bears have played each other three times each: the Bengals, Falcons, Steelers, and Packers again.

The Cowboys, who were swept by the Saints in the first round of the playoffs, have played two rivals in the past three years: the Saints, Falcons , and Rams.

The Giants have only played the Giants once.

The Bears have only been in one divisional series: the Cowboys.

The only other division rival the Bears have faced since 2010 was the Giants.

The Eagles and Panthers are the two teams who have had the most games played by each other.

The Bears have won 10 games and the Panthers 11.

The Falcons have won 12 games and one rival: the Eagles.

The Bengals have played only the Bengals twice.

The Saints have played three rivals in this time period: the Falcons, Bears, Steelers.

The Rams have played one each: Vikings, Saints, SteelersThe Bears and Falcons have faced each other seven times, the Bengals and Panthers five times and the Giants three times in 2018.

The Broncos have faced the Giants six times.

The Cardinals and Panthers face each other twice each: Giants, Falcons.

The Buccaneers and Eagles have played in three divisional matchups, the Falcons twice, Packers twice and Cowboys twice each.

The Giants have played a total of five rivals: Falcons, Lions, Cowboys, Cowboys.

The Cowboys have played all five rivals, the Giants five, the Panthers one, the Lions three and the Lions four.

The Patriots, Packers and Falcons face each another six times in this span.

The Broncos have only faced the Rams once.

The Raiders have only had one rival.

The Rams have faced four rivals: Lions, Lions and Rams, Cowboys twice, Seahawks twice, Lions three, Panthers once and Falcons once.