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After winning back-to-back NFC West titles for the first time in two decades, the Los Angeles Rams are the team to beat heading into the 2019 campaign. Quarterback play will dominate the division with teams that didn’t get strong enough contributions from the position expected to be better. The San Francisco 49ers are hoping to get a full season out of Jimmy Garoppolo and the Arizona Cardinals used the No. 1 overall pick in the draft on Kyler Murray to run new head coach Kliff Kingsbury’s offense. It’s going to be fun to watch, but the Rams have established themselves as the class of the NFC West.

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Los Angeles Rams -178

Seattle Seahawks +340

San Francisco 49ers +460

Arizona Cardinals +3000


The division has seen a lot of parity over the last 11 seasons with each team winning back-to-back titles and no club winning three straight. The Rams will try and reverse that trend in 2019 with an explosive offense that ranked second in points last season after leading the NFL in 2017. Jared Goff has blossomed in Sean McVay’s offense, but the Rams are faced with a big question mark entering the season. The health of Todd Gurley is a concern after he missed the final two games and was a non-factor in the playoffs. If Goff and Co. need motivation there is that awful outing in the Super Bowl where they scored the fewest point in any game over the last two years.

It’s not often we’ll say the Seahawks were a surprise given the amount of success the team has enjoyed under Pete Carroll. With a number of changes to the roster, Carroll may have done his finest coaching job leading Seattle to 10 wins and a playoff appearance. The Legion of Boom is no more, but Russell Wilson keeps putting up staggering numbers. The Seahawks were the only team in the NFL to run the ball more than they threw it and they were pretty good. Can that style be successful in today’s NFL?

The Cardinals and 49ers will go as far as their quarterbacks will take them. We didn’t get to see much of Garoppolo last season after he went down in Week 3 with a knee injury. We still don’t know how he he’ll fare as a full-time starter since he’s never been in that role. Oddsmakers are cautious as well. The Cards may have the most impactful rookie in Murray. He’s the guy Kingsbury wanted and Josh Rosen was dealt away to make room. It doesn’t matter how gifted of an athlete you are if the pieces aren’t very good. And the Cards were historically bad last year. They should be better, but that’s not saying much.

National Football Conference Teams

Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Bears New Orleans Saints Los Angeles Rams
Dallas Cowboys Green Bay Packers Atlanta Falcons Seattle Seahawks
Washington Redskins Minnesota Vikings Carolina Panthers San Francisco 49ers
New York Giants Detroit Lions Tampa Bay Buccaneers Arizona Cardinals

List of NFC West Winners

2018 Los Angeles Rams 13-3
2017 Los Angeles Rams 11-5
2016 Seattle Seahawks 10–5–1
2015 Arizona Cardinals 13–3
2014 Seattle Seahawks 12–4
2013 Seattle Seahawks 13–3
2012 San Francisco 49ers 11–4–1
2011 San Francisco 49ers 13–3
2010 Seattle Seahawks 7–9
2009 Arizona Cardinals 10–6
2008 Arizona Cardinals 9–7
2007 Seattle Seahawks 10–6
2006 Seattle Seahawks 9–7
2005 Seattle Seahawks 13–3
2004 Seattle Seahawks 9–7
2003 St. Louis Rams 12–4
2002 San Francisco 49ers 10–6
2001 St. Louis Rams 14–2
2000 New Orleans Saints 10–6
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1999 St. Louis Rams 13–3
1998 Atlanta Falcons 14–2
1997 San Francisco 49ers 13–3
1996 Carolina Panthers 12-4
1995 San Francisco 49ers 13-3
1994 San Francisco 49ers 13–3
1993 San Francisco 49ers 10–6
1992 San Francisco 49ers 14–2
1991 New Orleans Saints 11–5
1990 San Francisco 49ers 14–2
1989 San Francisco 49ers 14–2
1988 San Francisco 49ers 10–6
1987 San Francisco 49ers 13–2
1986 San Francisco 49ers 10–5–1
1985 Los Angeles Rams 11–5
1984 San Francisco 49ers 15–1
1983 San Francisco 49ers 10–6
1982* Atlanta Falcons 5–4
1981 San Francisco 49ers 13–3
1980 Atlanta Falcons 12–4
1979 Los Angeles Rams 9–7
1978 Los Angeles Rams 12–4
1977 Los Angeles Rams 10–4
1976 Los Angeles Rams 10–3–1
1975 Los Angeles Rams 12–2
1974 Los Angeles Rams 10–4
1973 Los Angeles Rams 12–2
1972 San Francisco 49ers 8–5–1
1971 San Francisco 49ers 9–5
1970 San Francisco 49ers 10–3–1

The division was renamed after the merger and remained static with the Rams, Falcons, Saints and Niners comprising the membership. Seattle joined the league in 1976 and spent its first season as a resident. In 1995, the Carolina Panthers joined the league and were division occupants until realignment in 2002. The look of the division changed dramatically with Atlanta, New Orleans and Carolina forming the new NFC South. Seattle came back and Arizona moved from the NFC East to from the newly-aligned NFC West.

There have been some dynastic stretches in the division over the years. The Los Angeles Rams won a then-NFL record seven straight division titles from 1973 through 1979 and appeared in five NFC Championship games. The Rams whiffed on their first four attempts to reach the Super Bowl, but were successful on the fifth, despite reaching the playoffs with a 9-7 record. The back-to-back titles are the teams first since their seven-year run ended in 1979.

The Niners won the first three division titles after the merger but rose to mega stardom in the 1980s under Bill Walsh and Joe Montana. San Francisco won the 1981 crown and captured 13 from ’81 through 1997 with all five of the franchise’s Super Bowl victories coming during that stretch. The Saints and Falcons were there to supply competition, though they didn’t do a very good job. The two combined for five division titles with Atlanta getting three in the 33 years as members of the NFC West.

The division has been owned by the California teams with the Rams and Niners combining for 34 of the titles since the NFL Coastal Division was adopted before the merger. The Niners’ run of success in the 1980s lifted them to the most titles in division history with 19. The Rams ended a long title drought in 2017 by capturing their first as a Southern California-based team since 1985. Of course the club spent 21 seasons in St. Louis where they won three titles in a five-year span, the only ones during their Midwest stay.

Most NFC West Division Titles

San Francisco 49ers 19 2012
Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams 13 2018
Seattle Seahawks 8 2016
Arizona Cardinals 3 2015
Atlanta Falcons 3 1998
New Orleans Saints 2 2000
Carolina Panthers 1 1996

The league kept the Rams in the NFC West after they relocated to St. Louis for the 1995 season, keeping their rivalry with the 49ers intact. With Seattle and Arizona joining in 2002, the division had a majority of its teams based west of the Rocky Mountains. When the Rams returned to Los Angeles for the 2016 season, the NFC West became geographically aligned for the first time.

With the Rams reaching the Super Bowl last season, every member of the division has played in the Big Game since realignment, joining the NFC South. However, Seattle is the only team to come out victorious. In 2010 the Seahawks become the first club to win a division with a losing record going 7-9.

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