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The 1967 American Football League season was the eighth regular season of the American Football League, and one of the last before the AFL-NFL merger.

The season ended when the Oakland Raiders defeated the Houston Oilers in the AFL Championship Game, only to be defeated by the National Football League's Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl II.

Division RacesEdit

The AFL's nine teams, grouped into two divisions, faced each other at least once, and each team would play six others twice. Though the New York Jets and the Houston Oilers were both in the Eastern Division, they met only once that season, on October 15. The best team in the Eastern Division would play against the best in the Western Division in a championship game. If there was tie in the standings, a playoff would be held to determine the division winner.

1 none 0-0-0 Denver 1-0-0
2 Buffalo 1-0-0 Tie: (KC, Oak, SD) 1-0-0
3 Miami 1-0-0 Tie: (KC, Oak, SD) 2-0-0
4 Miami 1-1-0 Tie: (KC, Oak, SD) 2-0-0
5 N.Y. Jets 2-1-0 Tie: (Oak, SD) 3-0-0
6 N.Y. Jets 3-1-0 San Diego 3-0-1
7 N.Y. Jets 3-1-1 San Diego 4-0-1
8 N.Y. Jets 4-1-1 San Diego 5-0-1
9 N.Y. Jets 5-1-1 Oakland 6-1-0
10 N.Y. Jets 5-2-1 Oakland 7-1-0
11 N.Y. Jets 6-2-1 Oakland 7-1-0
12 N.Y. Jets 7-2-1 Oakland 8-1-0
13 N.Y. Jets 7-2-1 Oakland 9-1-0
14 Tie: (Hou, NYJ) 7-3-1 Oakland 10-1-0
15 Tie: (Hou, NYJ) 7-4-1 Oakland 11-1-0
16 Houston 8-4-1 Oakland 12-1-0
17 Houston 9-4-1 Oakland 13-1-0

Standings [1]Edit

Eastern Division
*Houston Oilers 941.692258199
New York Jets 851.615371329
Buffalo Bills 4100.286237285
Miami Dolphins 4100.286219407
Boston Patriots 3101.231280389
Western Division
*Oakland Raiders 1310.929468233
Kansas City Chiefs 950.643408254
San Diego Chargers 851.615360352
Denver Broncos 3110.214256409

* — Qualified for Championship Game.


External linksEdit

Template:1967 AFL season by team Template:NFL on NBC

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