AFC West Acquires Tampa Bay Buccaneers Via Trade

In the latest of a series of stunning moves, the AFC West – formerly comprised of the Broncos, Chargers, Chiefs, and Raiders, has traded the NFC for the entirety of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers franchise.

In just the first days of the NFL’s new season, the Broncos acquired superstar QB, the Chargers traded the Bears for Khalil Mack, and the Raiders traded Davante Adams away from Green Bay. Now, the division will be acquiring the NFC South’s lone good team in Tampa.

“It’s good to get some more competition in here,” Russell Wilson said. “I’m open to the struggle, and Jesus Christ once said ‘Toughness and strife shall prosper in the toughness of a lion’s heart,’ or something, and that really spoke to me when I heard my new division traded for the Bucs.”

At press time, Falcons, Saints, and Panthers fans rejoiced at the news that their upcoming identical 4-13 seasons might actually result in a playoff berth now.

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