The NFL has a reputation for parity because of its strict salary cap, revenue-sharing rules and a short schedule that has teams vaulting up and down the standings every season. This parity is also reflected in its Google data:
AFC East (Patriots, Jets, Dolphins, Bills)
Teams in the order I thought of them, Discovery Channel for scale across divisions because it’s the first term I found that worked as a control.
AFC South (Texans, Colts, Jags, Titans)
AFC West (Chargers, Raiders, Broncos, Chiefs)
NFC East (Giants, Eagles, Redskins, Cowboys)
NFC South (Saints, Falcons, Panthers, Bucs)