The NFL’s most successful teams have gone through many of the same organizational changes over the years.
But in some cases, the changes have been the most surprising.
The latest change is that the league’s best teams have played more frequently over the last several seasons.
The teams with the best record in the NFC West are doing so in a way that’s unprecedented for the league.
The Rams and Eagles both lead the league in regular-season scoring and are both ahead of the pack in total points scored.
The Rams lead the NFC East by 14 points with six games left.
Philadelphia is leading the NFC South by five points with eight games left and the Falcons lead the AFC South by seven points with three games left, with both teams trailing the Colts by five.
The Eagles have the most wins at 11 and the Rams the least at four.
While the teams leading the league are in the midst of rebuilding, there are some signs that the playoff hunt might not be as far away as it used to be.
The Cowboys, who have won three of their last four, could be in for an exciting playoff push with a win Sunday over the Giants.
The Bears, who had lost seven straight and six of their past seven games, are looking to win at least 10 games for the first time since 2010.
The NFC South, meanwhile, has the league leader in average points scored at 11.2 per game and is behind the Vikings by only one point.
The Steelers have the best point differential at plus-1.8.
The NFC North is ahead of both the Giants and Vikings by four points, but the Cowboys and Packers are tied for first in the division at plus 0.9.
The Packers are also No. 2 in total defense and the Cowboys are No. 3 in total offense.