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NFC WILD-CARD ROUND
No. 4 SEAHAWKS 41, No. 5 SAINTS 36
No. 6 PACKERS 21, No. 3 EAGLES 16

AFC WILD-CARD ROUND
No. 6 JETS 17, No. 3 COLTS 16
No. 5 RAVENS 30, No. 4 CHIEFS 7

NFC DIVISIONAL ROUND
No. 6 PACKERS 48, No. 1 FALCONS 21
No. 2 BEARS 35, No. 4 SEAHAWKS 24

AFC DIVISIONAL ROUND
No. 2 STEELERS 31, No. 5 RAVENS 24
No. 6 JETS 28, No. 1 PATRIOTS 21

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP
No. 6 PACKERS 21, No. 2 BEARS 14

AFC CHAMPIONSHIP
No. 2 STEELERS 24, No. 6 JETS 19

PRO BOWL ON FOX
Sunday, Jan. 30 at 7:00 p.m. ET (FOX): AFC at NFC

SUPER BOWL XLV ON FOX
Sunday, Feb. 6 at 6:30 p.m. ET (FOX): PACKERS vs. STEELERS, Dallas

 

PLAYOFF SEEDING REMINDER:
Six teams in each conference make the playoffs, with the four division winners earning spots No. 1 through No. 4. The two teams with the best records from the remaining non-division winners earn wild-card berths.

NOTE — For standings below:

  • x=clinched division and home-field advantage
  • y=clinched division title
  • z=clinched playoff berth

NFC PLAYOFF SEEDING

Division leaders W-L Div. Conf. Playoff notes
1. FALCONS-x 13-3 5-1 10-2 2nd playoff spot in 3 years under Mike Smith
2. BEARS-y 11-5 5-1 8-4 1st playoff appearance since 2006
3. EAGLES-y 10-6 4-2 7-5 9 playoff trips in last 11 years
4. SEAHAWKS-y 7-9 4-2 6-6 Had last won division title in 2006
Wild-card teams W-L Div. Conf. Playoff notes
5. SAINTS-z 11-5 4-2 9-3 3rd playoff trip in 5 seasons (5 in previous 39)
6. PACKERS-z 10-6 4-2 8-4 3rd playoff berth in last 4 years
Officially eliminated        
GIANTS (10-6), BUCS (10-6), RAMS (7-9), REDSKINS (6-10), VIKINGS (6-10), LIONS (6-10), 49ERS (6-10), COWBOYS (6-10), CARDINALS (5-11), PANTHERS (2-14)
Tiebreakers        
FOR FOUR TEAMS TIED AT 10-6:
  • EAGLES win NFC East tiebreaker over GIANTS (head-to-head).
    — EAGLES earn No. 3 spot as NFC East champion.
  • PACKERS win tiebreaker over GIANTS and BUCS (strength of victory).
    — PACKERS earn No. 6 spot.
FOR TWO TEAMS TIED AT 7-9:
  • SEAHAWKS win NFC West tiebreaker over RAMS (division record).
    — SEAHAWKS earn No. 4 spot as NFC West champion.

AFC PLAYOFF SEEDING

Division leaders W-L Div. Conf. Playoff notes
1. PATRIOTS-x 14-2 5-1 10-2 Bill Belichick: 1st coach with four 14-win seasons
2. STEELERS-y 12-4 5-1 9-3 3rd division title under Mike Tomlin
3. COLTS-y 10-6 4-2 8-4 9th straight playoff appearance
4. CHIEFS-y 10-6 2-4 6-6 3rd playoff trip in last 13 seasons
Wild-card teams W-L Div. Conf. Playoff notes
5. RAVENS-z 12-4 4-2 9-3 Never missed playoffs under John Harbaugh
6. JETS-z 11-5 4-2 9-3 Most wins since 1998 (reached AFC title game)
Officially eliminated        
CHARGERS (9-7), JAGUARS (8-8), RAIDERS (8-8), DOLPHINS (7-9), TITANS (6-10), TEXANS (6-10), BROWNS (5-11), BILLS (4-12), BENGALS (4-12), BRONCOS (4-12)
Tiebreakers        
FOR THE TWO TEAMS TIED AT 12-4:
  • STEELERS win tiebreaker over RAVENS (division record).
    — STEELERS earn No. 2 spot as AFC North champion; RAVENS earn No. 5 spot.
FOR THE TWO TEAMS TIED AT 10-6:
  • COLTS win tiebreaker over CHIEFS (head-to-head).
    — COLTS earn No. 3 spot; CHIEFS earn No. 4 spot.
 

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