The AFL and NFL were officially merged into a single league and renamed the AFC and NFC. Although the leagues agreed upon the merger and played in the Superbowl since 1966, this marked the beginning of single league, which included integration of regular season schedules.

AFC

Central

TeamWLTPct
y 1970 Cincinnati Bengals LogoCincinnati 860.571
1970 Cleveland Browns LogoCleveland 770.500
1970 Pittsburgh Steelers LogoPittsburgh 590.357
1970 Houston Oilers LogoHouston 3101.214

Eastern

TeamWLTPct
y 1970 Baltimore Colts LogoBaltimore   1121.786
w 1970 Miami Dolphins LogoMiami 1040.714
1970 New York Jets LogoNew York 4100.286
1970 Buffalo Bills LogoBuffalo 3101.214
1970 Boston Patriots LogoBoston 2120.143

Western

TeamWLTPct
y 1970 Oakland Raiders LogoOakland 842.571
1970 Kansas City Chiefs LogoKansas City 752.500
1970 San Diego Chargers LogoSan Diego 563.357
1970 Denver Broncos LogoDenver 581.357

NFC

Central

TeamWLTPct
y 1970 Minnesota Vikings LogoMinnesota 1220.857
w 1970 Detroit Lions LogoDetroit 1040.714
1970 Chicago Bears LogoChicago 680.429
1970 Green Bay Packers LogoGreen Bay 680.429

Eastern

TeamWLTPct
y 1970 Dallas Cowboys LogoDallas 1040.714
1970 New York Giants LogoNew York 950.643
1970 St. Louis Cardinals LogoSt. Louis 851.571
1970 Washington Redskins LogoWashington 680.429
1970 Philadelphia Eagles LogoPhiladelphia 3101.214

Western

TeamWLTPct
y 1970 San Francisco 49ers LogoSan Francisco 1031.714
1970 Los Angeles Rams LogoLos Angeles 941.643
1970 Atlanta Falcons LogoAtlanta 482.286
1970 New Orleans Saints LogoNew Orleans 2111.143

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