The Pittsburgh Steelers won Super Bowl XL 21–10 over the Seattle Seahawks in Detroit on February 5, 2006. With the victory, Roethlisberger, at 23 years old, became the youngest quarterback to win the Super Bowl, a record previously held by Tom Brady of the New England Patriots.
Aaron Maybin The 2009 NFL Draft was the seventy-fourth annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible football players. Player selections. Pick No. 11 NFL team Buffalo Bills Player Aaron Maybin Pos. LB College Penn State
There are currently four teams that reside in the division: the Buffalo Bills (based in Orchard Park, New York); the Miami Dolphins (based in Miami Gardens, Florida); the New England Patriots (based in Foxborough, Massachusetts); and the New York Jets (based in East Rutherford, New Jersey).
And be sure to vote in the poll to crown the greatest NFL team in history. 1962 Packers. 1991 Redskins. 1999 Rams. 1989 49ers. 1979 Steelers. 1994 49ers. 1996 Packers. 1971 Cowboys. The 1971 Cowboys boasted a fast, multifaceted offense that scored 40-plus points five times during the 14-game regular season.
The Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs tied for the regular season division title at 12–2. The Raiders won the ensuing playoff game to represent the West in the AFL Championship Game. Division champions. Season 2016 Team Kansas City Chiefs Record 12–4 Playoff results Lost Divisional playoffs (Steelers) 16–18
However, the Dolphins have been competitive against the Patriots despite their decline, with notable wins coming in 2004, 2008, 2014, 2018, and 2019. Until 2020, they were also the last team in the AFC East to win the division championship aside from the Patriots, doing so in 2008.
New York Giants New York Giants In Super Bowl XLII in 2008, led by quarterback Eli Manning and defensive lineman Michael Strahan, the Giants managed one of the greatest upsets in NFL history, defeating the previously undefeated and heavily favoured New England Patriots. After a two-year play-off drought, the Giants again reached…
New York Jets The regular season began on September 4 with the defending Super Bowl XLII champion New York Giants defeating the Washington Redskins 16–7, and concluded with the 2009 Pro Bowl on February 8, 2009, in Honolulu. Division. AFC East view talk edit New York Jets DIV 4–2 CONF 7–5 PF 405 PA 356