Buffalo Bills- 600ft
Miami Dolphins- 6ft
New England Patriots- 141ft
New York Jets- 456ft
Baltimore Ravens- 33 ft
Cincinnati Bengals- 482ft
Cleveland Browns- 653ft
Pittsburgh Steelers- 770ft
Houston Texans- 43ft
Indianapolis Colts- 715ft
Jacksonville Jaguars- 16ft
Tennessee Titans- 597ft
Denver Broncos- 5,280ft
Kansas City Chiefs- 740 ft
Oakland Raiders- 42ft
San Diego Chargers- 72ft
The Patriots are an NFL team located in Foxbourough, Massachusetts. They are in the AFC East
The Steelers are an AFC North team.
Yes. They are in the AFC North.
no the super bowl must be an AFC team against an NFC team
the AFC team for superbowl 2011 is green bay packers. NFC is Pittsburgh steelers
The Pittsburgh Steelers are an AFC team, but originally they were an NFLteam until they were kicked out in 1969 (and subsequently are the oldest AFC team). They have since shown that being kicked out of the NFC was not exactly the worst thing in the world, having reached 15 AFC Championships and being the winningest team in the Super Bowl era. Karma.
The Cowboys are in the NFC East.
Jacksonville Jaguars scored 67 points in the AFC divisional game in 1995 against the Dolphins.
They're the AFC team. Seattle is the NFC team.
NFC teams are the home team in odd numbered years. AFC teams are the home team in even numbered years. Since the upcoming Super Bowl will be played in 2008, the AFC team will be the home team.
The Miami Dolphins are not members of the AFC East :D
AFC stands for the American Football Conference in the National Football League.