I wouldn't say that it's misleading. The AFCN is just better than what most people think.
In other words the fact that all four AFCN teams have winning records this year is misleading because of their weak schedule. But is it misleading that all four NFCS teams have losing records?
One reason the NFCS looks bad is because most of their losses are at the hands of the AFCN (total domination).
If you want to think the AFCN is misleading because of a weak schedule,, then you have to think the Colts are very misleading because of a super weak AFCS schedule.
The Colts are 7-4 (4-0 in the division). That means they have a losing record (3-4) outside of the AFCS. The Colts get 5-6 cupcake games each year from this terrible division. Say they go 6-0 or 5-1 inside the division. That means they only have to go 5-5 or even 4-6 outside of the AFCS to post a good record and get in the playoffs. It sickens me.
So,, since the Colts have a losing record outside of the AFCS opponents,, are they a misleading team?