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American Football Conference

Eastern Division

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WLTPFPADivAFC
*New England11503712726-28-4
†Miami11503442905-39-3
†NY Jets10603082955-38-4
Indianapolis61004134863-55-7
Buffalo31302654201-72-10
Note: New England (11-5) won the division over Miami (11-5) due to a better record within the division.
2001 Head Coaches: NE—Bill Belichick (2nd season); Mia—Dave Wannstedt (2nd); NY—Herman Edwards (1st); Ind—Jim Mora (4th); Buf—Gregg Williams (1st).
2000 Standings: 1. Miami (11-5); 2. Indianapolis (10-6); 3. NY Jets (9-7); 4. Buffalo (8-8); 5. New England (5-11).

Central Division

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WLTPFPADivAFC
*Pittsburgh13303522127-310-3
†Baltimore10603032656-48-4
Cleveland7902853195-56-7
Tennessee7903363883-74-8
Jacksonville61002942865-55-8
Cincinnati61002263094-65-8
2001 Head Coaches: Pit—Bill Cowher (10th season); Bal—Brian Billick (3rd); Cle—Butch Davis (1st); Ten—Jeff Fisher (8th); Jax—Tom Coughlin (7th); Cin—Dick LeBeau (2nd).
2000 Standings: 1. Tennessee (13-3); 2. Baltimore (12-4); 3. Pittsburgh (9-7); 4. Jacksonville (7-9); 5. Cincinnati (4-12); 6. Cleveland (3-13).

Western Division

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WLTPFPADivAFC
*Oakland10603993276-27-5
Seattle9703013245-38-4
Denver8803403394-45-7
Kansas City61003203444-45-7
San Diego51103323211-73-9
2001 Head Coaches: Oak—Jon Gruden (4th season); Sea—Mike Holmgren (3rd); Den—Mike Shanahan (7th); KC—Dick Vermeil (1st); SD—Mike Riley (3rd).
2000 Standings: 1. Oakland (12-4); 2. Denver (11-5); 3. Kansas City (7-9); 4. Seattle (6-10); 5. San Diego (1-15).

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