Yes, but not every year. In general, divisional teams play each other twice per season (home and away), and depending on the season play one game with teams from a different, specified division. In this manner, AFC West teams will play AFC East teams if that is the specified division that season.
Yes, the teams rotate interconference play based on divisions. For instance, the NFC East teams play the AFC South teams in 2010. In 2011, the NFC East will play the AFC East.
AFC North NFL teams: Baltimore Ravens Cincinnati Bengals Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steelers
The two teams won't play again until the 2011 season, when NFC East teams will play AFC East teams.
Nobody chooses the teams... The best team from the NFC and the AFC play each other...
4 teams in a division,16 teams in the NFC all by itself,16 teams in the AFC all by itself,and 32 teams all together.
The all-stars from the AFC against the all-stars from the NFC.
No. The NFL (National Football League) is make up of 2 conferences. The AFC and NFC. Each conference is also broken down into 4 divisions, for a total of 8 divisions in the NFL. Throughout a typical NFL season teams usually play other teams within their own conference. NFC teams play other NFC teams, and AFC teams play other AFC teams. Teams sometimes do play a team from another conference from time to time but it doesn't happen regularly. The only time that NFC and AFC teams regularly play each other is during the pre-season (exibition) games which are not part of the regular season, and the SUPER BOWL which is (supposedly) the best NFC team against the best AFC team. NOTE: Very often, the teams in one conference may be far superior to teams in the other conference. That is why some Super bowls are a complete blowout even though the teams playing are technically the top 2 teams.
The Dallas Cowboys will play the AFC East teams in 2011:Home: Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins.Away: New England Patriots, New York Jets.
Besides the teams that are in them none. Many people say the AFC has better teams.
The 49ers will face play all teams in their division twice, plus all the teams from one NFC division and an AFC division.