Brady is 59-15 vs the AFC East in his career: 22-2 vs the Bills 18-6 vs Jets 17-7 vs the Dolphins Divisional games are usually a crap shoot for most teams, but not for the Pats in the Brady era. With a .797 winning percentage vs. the division Brady has averaged a 5-1 record in division every year. In essence Brady starts every year knowing that all he has to do is win 6-8 games vs non-divisional opponents to get a first round bye. Lets dig deeper- Buffalo Bills since 2001 (Brady's first season) Record: 80-127, 6 Head Coaches-Williams,Mularkey,Juaron, Fewell, Gailey, Marrone 7 QB's- Van Pelt, Bledsoe, Holcomb, Losman, Edwards, Fitzpatrick, Manuel 0 divison titles, 0 playoff appearances Miami Dolphins since 2001 Record: 96-112 7 Head Coaches: Wannstedt, Bates, Saban, Cameron, Sparano, Bowles, Philbin 9 QB's: Fiedler, Feeley, Frerrotte, Harrington, Lemon, Pennington, Henne, Tannehill 1 divisional title (Brady tore his ACL), 2 playoff appearances, 0 playoff wins New York Jets since 2001 Record 104-104 3 Head Coaches: Edwards, Mangini, Ryan 6 QB's-Testaverde, Pennington, Bollinger, Favre, Sanchez, Smith 1 divisional title, 6 playoff appearances, 6 playoff wins New England Patriots Record 158-50 1 Head Coach: Bellichick 2 QB's: Brady, Cassel 11 division titles, 11 playoff apperances, 18 playoff wins, 3 Superbowls, 5 conference championships Correct me if I'm wrong but the only QB who made the Pro Bowl on the Jets, Bills, or Dolphins in 13 seasons has been Brett Favre. Imagine if Marino didn't have Kelly in his division? Manning went up against Air McNair Elway vs Montana and Young Brady played nobody...The reason they have won so many games is because the AFC E has been historically bad the past decade.