NFC PLAYOFFS
AFC PLAYOFFS
PLAYOFFS
THE NFL PLAYOFFS BY CONFERENCE
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Wildcard Round
Division Round
Conference Championship
AFC West Champ #1 Seed
AFC South Champ #4 Seed
AFC North Champ  #3 Seed
AFC East #2 Seed
Wildcard #5 Seed
Wildcard #6 Seed
Wildcard Round
Division Round
Conference Championship
NFC West Champ #1 Seed
NFC North Champ #2 Seed
NFC East Champ #3 Seed
NFC South Champ #4 Seed
Wildcard 6 Seed
Wildcard 5 Seed
HOW THE NFL PLAYOFFS WORK
AFC PLAYOFFS DATES
NFC PLAYOFFS DATES
WILDCARD ROUND
JANUARY 4 - 5, 2014
DIVISION ROUND
JANUARY 11 - 12, 2014
WILDCARD ROUND
JANUARY 4 - 5, 2014
DIVISION ROUND
JANUARY 11 - 12, 2014
# 3 Seed Hosts #6 Seed
#4 Seed Hosts #5 Seed
# 3 Seed Hosts #6 Seed
#4 Seed Hosts #5 Seed
#1 & #2 Seeds are BYE
#1 & #2 Seeds are BYE
# 1 Seed Hosts Lowest Seed WC Survivor
# 2 Seed Hosts Highest Seed WC Survivor
Lower Seed Hosts
Higher Seed for
Championship
# 1 Seed Hosts Lowest Rank WC Survivor
# 2 Seed Hosts Highest Rank WC Survivor
Lower Seed Hosts
Higher Seed for
Championship
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP
JANUARY 19, 2014
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP
JANUARY 19, 2014
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PLAYOFF
SCENARIOS
San Diego
9 - 6
San Diego currently holds
the final AFC Wild Card
spot.  They must win
Sunday to stay in.  If they
lose and Baltimore wins,
the Ravens take this spot.
Cincinnati
10 - 4 - 1
Cincinnati clinches the AFC
North with a win over
Pittsburgh this Sunday.
Indianapolis
10 - 5
Indianapolis has clinched the AFC
South and could move up to the #3
seed if Pittsburgh wins over
Cincinnati Sunday.  
New England
12 - 3
Denver
11 - 4
New England has clinched
the AFC East and  locked
up the #1 spot in the AFC.  
They have a 1st round bye
and home field throughout
the playoffs.   
Denver is the AFC West
Champ and #2 overall AFC
seed with a 1st Round Bye.  
They will play the highest
survivor from the 1st round of
playoff games.  
Seattle
11 - 4
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AFC CHAMPION
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Scenarios Current through Week #16
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Pittsburgh
10 - 5
The Steelers can win the
AFC North with a win over
Cincinnati Sunday.  
Otherwise they will be the
AFC's top Wild Card.
Seattle swept Arizona
this season.  So, they
win the AFC West with a
win Sunday.  
Green Bay
11 - 4
Dallas
11 - 4
Detroit
11 - 4
GB  hosts Detroit Week
#17.  Winner is division
champ, loser is the NFC's
top Wild Card.  
Detroit travels to Green
Bay Sunday.  Winner is the
division champ, loser is
the top Wild Card for the
NFC.  
The Cowboys are in.  They
eliminated Philadelphia by
beating Indy Week #16.  
Arizona
11 - 4
Arizona must win Sunday
to keep the final Wild Card
spot after losing to Seattle
in Week #16.
Atlanta
7 - 8
Atlanta, plays Carolina
Week #17.  Winner is
division champ, loser
goes home.  
Carolina
6 - 8 - 1
Carolina plays Atlanta
Week #17.  Winner is
division champ, loser
is eliminated.
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