Three years in a row the toughest divisions, and next year most likely the defending Super Bowl champion or loser. And how do we know it's the Steelers and Jags already? And what is it with the freaking Raiders every single year!!!! And what, no Baltimore again???
Would love a Chicago away game before Oct 31. Road trip for sure.
The Bears game will be a home game. Basically, the way the schedule for interconference games (in this case, the NFC North) and the games against a complete AFC Division (in this case, the AFC West) works is that they're held at the opposite venue as the last time the teams went head-to-head with those entire divisions.
So, for 2014, the Bears and Lions will be at the Jets, and the Jets will travel to the Vikings and Packers because they did the opposite in 2010. Also, the Jets would host the Broncos and Raiders and visit the Chiefs and Chargers, which is the opposite of 2011.