The Miami Dolphins won the AFC East in 2008 with an 11-5 record.
It won't be quite as easy for the Dolphins.
He's back now and ready for redemption after guiding the Patriots to an undefeated regular season mark in 2007 before falling to the New York Giants in the Super Bowl.
New England, which won the AFC East the previous five seasons, still managed to put together an 11-5 season last year under quarterback Matt Cassel's leadership. Cassel threw for 3,693 yards and 21 touchdowns, but was traded to Kansas City in the off-season.
New England still has star receiver Randy Moss and the dynamic Wes Welker at wideout, as well as adding Joey Galloway to the mix. Fred Taylor was signed in the off-season and is expected to be a key contributor at running back.
The 35-year old Owens could help the Bills in the passing game led by quarterback Trent Edwards. Buffalo finished 7-9 last season.
The Jets should have a very solid defense with the additions of linebacker Bart Scott, cornerback Lito Sheppard, and safety Jim Leonhard.
It will be a tough division for the Dolphins to win again because New England should be New England with Brady returning. With the Bills and Jets being solid teams, there should not be any easy divisional wins to feast on.