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|AFL Western Division||NFL AFC West Division|
|Dallas Texans||Kansas City Chiefs|
|San Diego Chargers|
|Oakland Raiders||Los Angeles Raiders||Oakland Raiders|
|AFC West Division|
|Kansas City Chiefs|
|San Diego Chargers|
|Team not in division Division Won AFL Championship Division Won AFL Championship, Lost Super Bowl Division Won AFC Championship Division Won Super Bowl|
- A Dallas Texans moved team to Kansas City, Missouri and are subsequently renamed Kansas City Chiefs (1963 season)
- B Los Angeles Chargers moved team to San Diego (1961 season)
- C Oakland Raiders moved team to Los Angeles (1982 season). The team returned to Oakland for the 1995 season.
- D Cincinnati Bengals enfranchised (1968 season). After 1970 merger with NFL, the team was moved to the AFC Central.
- E Tampa Bay was enfranchised in 1976. The Bucs were moved to the NFC Central after one year(1977 season).
- F Seattle Seahawks moved into AFC West from the NFC West division (1977 Season). In 2002 they moved back to the NFC West.
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