Hell no! Winning a division title is not the result of a tournament championship like the Conference championship (that gets an AFC or NFC Championship Ring) or the Super Bowl (that of course gets a Super Bowl Ring). You have to actually be good enough to MAKE the tournament and then be the last one standing (in your conference or the league) to get one of those rings. Winning a division title isn't the result of tournament play, but just an accumulation of the best season record relative to the others in the division. But you (usually, unless coming down to the end of the season to break ties and the two teams happen to be playing each other in the last game of the season) don't beat anyone in one game at the end of a tourney, which you had to be good enough to get into in the first place, to earn the title. So it's not ringworthy.
no its a title
No. Just the Super Bowl champions.
Division winners do not get rings.
Yes conference champions get rings in the nba.
Eastern Conference Champions was created in 2005.
Eight. Two wild cards and the two lower ranking division champions in each conference.
Oklahoma was a member of the Southwest Conference from 1915-1919. They were champions in 1915 and co-champions in 1918.
I'm sure this is not complete but currently I know of: Tom Brady, Braylon Edwards, Todd Collins, Brian Griese, Amani Toomer, Victor Hobson, John Navarre, Anthony Thomas, Jon Runyan, Charles Woodson, William James (aka Will Peterson), Ty Law, Jay Feely, Marlin Jackson,Larry Foote, Trevor Pryce, Peirre Woods, Maurice Williams, Jerame Tuman, Cato June, Justin Fargas (inj) Chris Perry Mark Campbell. Elvis Grbac? This is the updated list in alphabetical order: Adrian Arrington - Saints. A B.J. Askew - Bucs, Jasaon Avant - Eagles, David Baas - 49ers, Jeff Backus - Lions, Tom Brady- Pats, Alan Branch - Cards, Steve Breaston - Cards, Prescott Burgess - Ravens, Mark Campbell - Saints, Todd Collins, Redskins, Shawn Crable - Pats, Braylon Edwards - Browns, Jay Feeley - Jets, Larry Foote - Lions, Jonathan Goodwin - Saints, Brian Griese, Rams, Leon Hall, Bengals, David Harris - Jets, Mike Hart - Colts, Victor Hobson - Cards, Steve Hutchinson - Vikes, Marlin Jackson - Colts, Jon Jansen - Lions, Dhani Jones, Bengals, Cato June - Texans, Ty Law - Jets, Jake Long - Dolphins, Mario Manningham - Giants, Shante Orr - Free Agent, Chris Perry - Free Agent, Jon Runyan - Free Agent, Amani Toomer, Free Agent, Jerame Tuman, Free Agent, Gabe Watson - Cards, Maurice Williams - Jags, LaMaar "The Beast" Woodley - Steelers, Pierre Woods - Pats, Charles Woodson, Packers. Complete List as of 7/31/09 ... what about starting QB for the Miami Dolfins CHAD HENNE
No. Only the losers of the Super Bowl get the conference championship rings.
Because the professional football and college football need distinct difference also players are still growing. College football is development and it is easier to fix throwing mechanics with a smaller football than with a bigger football.
American Football Conference of the NFL.
The Texans are in the AFC South...they are not ON any conference.