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Topic - Pat Kirwan
"I will say with Peyton Manning and John Fox in Denver, Andrew Luck in Indy and with the Steelers' strong push," Kirwan said, "they are helping the AFC close the gap."
"The quarterbacks as a group are deeper in the NFC," says former NFL executive Pat Kirwan, who has looked extensively at the differences in the conferences. "The bottom teams in the NFL are all in the AFC: Jacksonville, Kansas City and Cleveland."