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American Football League win–loss records

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American Football League win–loss records

Team Wins Losses Ties Win Pct. Championships
Dallas Texans (1960–1962)/
Kansas City Chiefs (1963–1969)
87 48 5 .644 1962 Western Division Champions
1962 AFL Champions
1966 Western Division Champions
1966 AFL Champions
1969 AFL Champions
1969 World Champions (won Super Bowl IV)
Los Angeles Chargers (1960)/
San Diego Chargers (1961–1969)
86 48 6 .642 1960 Western Division Champions
1961 Western Division Champions
1963 Western Division Champions
1963 AFL Champions
1964 Western Division Champions
1965 Western Division Champions
Oakland Raiders 77 58 5 .570 1967 Western Division Champions
1967 AFL Champions
1968 Western Division Champions
1969 Western Division Champions
New York Titans (1960–1962)/
New York Jets (1963–1969)
69 65 6 .515 1968 Eastern Division Champions
1968 AFL Champions
1968 World Champions (won Super Bowl III)
1969 Eastern Division Champions
Houston Oilers 70 66 4 .515 1960 Eastern Division Champions
1960 AFL Champions
1961 Eastern Division Champions
1961 AFL Champions
1962 Eastern Division Champions
1967 Eastern Division Champions
Buffalo Bills 65 69 6 .485 1964 Eastern Division Champions
1964 AFL Champions
1965 Eastern Division Champions
1965 AFL Champions
1966 Eastern Division Champions
Boston Patriots 63 68 9 .481 1963 Eastern Division Champions
Denver Broncos 39 97 4 .287
Miami Dolphins 15 39 2 .278
Cincinnati Bengals 7 20 1 .259

See also

Sources

  • 2006 NFL Record and Fact Book. Time Inc. Home Entertainment. ISBN . 
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