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1 2011 New England# New York Giants New York Jets Philadelphia Miami Dallas Buffalo Washington Baltimore Green Bay# Pittsburgh* Detroit* Cincinnati* Chicago Cleveland Minnesota Houston New Orleans Tennessee Atlanta* Jacksonville Carolina Indianapolis Tampa Bay Denver San Francisco San Diego Arizona Oakland Seattle Kansas City St. Louis Miami finished ahead of Buffalo based on head-to-head sweep. Baltimore finished ahead of Pittsburgh based on head-to-head sweep. Denver finished ahead of San Diego and Oakland based on best record in common games (Denver 5-5; Oakland 4-6; San Diego 4-6). San Diego finished ahead of Oakland based on better conference record (7-5 to 6-6). Cincinnati finished ahead of Tennessee based on head-to-head victory. Philadelphia finished ahead of Dallas based on head-to-head sweep. Atlanta finished ahead of Detroit based on head-to-head victory. San Francisco finished ahead of New Orleans based on better conference record (10-2 to 9-3). Wild Card Playoff Games: HOUSTON 31, Cincinnati 10; DENVER 29, Pittsburgh 23 (OT) Divisional Playoff Games: NEW ENGLAND 45, Denver 10; BALTIMORE 20, Houston 13 Championship Game: NEW ENGLAND 23, Baltimore 20 Wild Card Playoff Games: NEW ORLEANS 45, Detroit 28; NEW YORK GIANTS 24, Atlanta 2 Divisional Playoff Games: SAN FRANCISCO 36, New Orleans 32; New York Giants 37, GREEN BAY 20 Championship Game: New York Giants 20, SAN FRANCISCO 17 (OT) Super Bowl XLVI: New York Giants () 21, New England () 17 at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis In Past Standings section, home teams in playoff games are indicated by capital letters. 1. New England 2. Baltimore 3. Houston 4. Denver 5. Pittsburgh 6. Cincinnati 1. Green Bay 2. San Francisco 3. New Orleans 4. New York Giants 5. Atlanta 6. Detroit 2010 New England# Philadelphia New York Jets* New York Giants Miami Dallas Buffalo Washington Pittsburgh Chicago Baltimore* Green Bay* Cleveland Detroit Cincinnati Minnesota Indianapolis Atlanta# Jacksonville New Orleans* Houston Tampa Bay Tennessee Carolina Kansas City Seattle San Diego St. Louis Oakland San Francisco Denver Arizona Pittsburgh finished ahead of Baltimore based on better division record (5-1 to 4-2). Indianapolis finished ahead of Kansas City based on head-to-head victory. Houston finished ahead of Tennessee based on better division record (3-3 to 2-4). Philadelphia finished ahead of the Giants based on head-to-head sweep. Dallas finished ahead of Washington based on better division record (3-3 to 2-4). Green Bay finished ahead of the Giants and Tampa Bay based on best strength of victory Green Bay.475; Giants.400; Tampa Bay.344). Detroit finished ahead of Minnesota based on better division record (2-4 to 1-5). Seattle finished ahead of St. Louis based on better division record (4-2 to 3-3). Wild Card Playoff Games: N.Y. Jets 17, INDIANAPOLIS 16; Baltimore 30, KANSAS CITY 7 Divisional Playoff Games: PITTSBURGH 31, Baltimore 24; N.Y. Jets 28, NEW ENGLAND 21 Championship Game: PITTSBURGH 24, N.Y. Jets 19 Wild Card Playoff Games: SEATTLE 41, New Orleans 36; Green Bay 21, PHILADELPHIA 16 Divisional Playoff Games: Green Bay 48, ATLANTA 21; CHICAGO 35, Seattle 24 Championship Game: Green Bay 21, CHICAGO 14 Super Bowl XLV: Green Bay () 31, Pittsburgh () 25 at Cowboys Stadium, North Texas 1. New England 2. Pittsburgh 3. Indianapolis 4. Kansas City 5. Baltimore 6. N.Y. Jets 1. Atlanta 2. Chicago 3. Philadelphia 4. Seattle 5. New Orleans 6. Green Bay 373

2 2009 New England Dallas New York Jets* Philadelphia* Miami New York Giants Buffalo Washington Cincinnati Minnesota Baltimore* Green Bay* Pittsburgh Chicago Cleveland Detroit Indianapolis# New Orleans# Houston Atlanta Tennessee Carolina Jacksonville Tampa Bay San Diego Arizona Denver San Francisco Oakland Seattle Kansas City St. Louis New England finished ahead of Cincinnati based on better strength of victory (.450 to Bengals.438). Baltimore finished ahead of Pittsburgh based on better division record (3-3 to Steelers 2-4). New York Jets finished ahead of Baltimore for first Wild Card based on better record vs. common opponents (4-1 to Ravens 1-4) and ahead of Houston based on better conference record (7-5 to Texans 6-6). Baltimore was second Wild Card based on better conference record than Houston (7-5 to Texans 6-6). Dallas finished ahead of Philadelphia based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Green Bay was first Wild Card ahead of Philadelphia based on better record vs. common opponents (4-1 to Eagles 3-2). Wild Card Playoff: New York Jets 24, CINCINNATI 14; Baltimore 33, NEW ENGLAND 14 Divisional Playoff: INDIANAPOLIS 20, Baltimore 3; New York Jets 17, SAN DIEGO 14 Championship: INDIANAPOLIS 30, New York Jets 17 Wild Card Playoff: DALLAS 34, Philadelphia 14; ARIZONA 51, Green Bay 45 (OT) Divisional Playoff Games: NEW ORLEANS 45, Arizona 14; MINNESOTA 34, Dallas 3 Championship Game: NEW ORLEANS 31, Minnesota 28 (OT) Super Bowl XLIV: New Orleans () 31, Indianapolis () 17 at Sun Life Stadium, South Florida 1. Indianapolis 2. San Diego 3. New England 4. Cincinnati 5. New York Jets 6. Baltimore 1. New Orleans 2. Minnesota 3. Dallas 4. Arizona 5. Green Bay 6. Philadelphia 2008 Miami New York Giants# New England Philadelphia* New York Jets Dallas Buffalo Washington Pittsburgh Minnesota Baltimore* Chicago Cincinnati Green Bay Cleveland Detroit Tennessee# Carolina Indianapolis* Atlanta* Houston Tampa Bay Jacksonville New Orleans San Diego Arizona Denver San Francisco Oakland Seattle Kansas City St. Louis Miami finished ahead of New England based on better conference record (8-4 to Patriots 7-5). Baltimore was second Wild Card ahead of New England based on better conference record (8-4 to Patriots 7-5). San Diego finished ahead of Denver based on better division record (5-1 to Broncos 3-3). N.Y. Giants finished ahead of Carolina based on head-to-head victory. Wild Card Playoff: SAN DIEGO 23, Indianapolis 17; Baltimore 27, MIAMI 9 Divisional Playoff: Baltimore 13, TENNESSEE 10; PITTSBURGH 35, San Diego 24 Championship: PITTSBURGH 23, Baltimore 14 Wild Card Playoff: ARIZONA 30, Atlanta 24; Philadelphia 26, MINNESOTA 14 Divisional Playoff: Arizona 33, CAROLINA 13; Philadelphia 23, N.Y. GIANTS 11 Championship: ARIZONA 32, Philadelphia 25 Super Bowl XLIII: Pittsburgh () 27, Arizona () 23 at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida 1. Tennessee 2. Pittsburgh 3. Miami 4. San Diego 5. Indianapolis 6. Baltimore 1. N.Y. Giants 2. Carolina 3. Minnesota 4. Arizona 5. Atlanta 6. Philadelphia 374

3 2007 New England# Dallas# Buffalo New York Giants* New York Jets Washington* Miami Philadelphia Pittsburgh Green Bay Cleveland Minnesota Cincinnati Detroit Baltimore Chicago Indianapolis Tampa Bay Jacksonville* Carolina Tennessee* New Orleans Houston Atlanta San Diego Seattle Denver Arizona Kansas City San Francisco Oakland St. Louis Pittsburgh finished ahead of Cleveland based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Tennessee finished ahead of Cleveland based on better record vs. common opponents (4-1 to Browns 3-2). Kansas City finished ahead of Oakland based on better record vs. common opponents (2-10 to Raiders 1-11). Dallas finished ahead of Green Bay based on head-to-head victory. Detroit finished ahead of Chicago based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Carolina finished ahead of New Orleans based on better conference record (7-5 to Saints 6-6). Wild Card Playoff: Jacksonville 31, PITTSBURGH 29; SAN DIEGO 17, Tennessee 6 Divisional Playoff: NEW ENGLAND 31, Jacksonville 20; San Diego 28, INDIANAPOLIS 24 Championship: NEW ENGLAND 21, San Diego 12 Wild Card Playoff: SEATTLE 35, Washington 14; N.Y. Giants 24, TAMPA BAY 14 Divisional Playoff: GREEN BAY 42, Seattle 20; N.Y. Giants 21, DALLAS 17 Championship: N.Y. Giants 23, GREEN BAY 20 (OT) Super Bowl XLII: N.Y. Giants () 17, New England () 14 at University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona 1. New England 2. Indianapolis 3. San Diego 4. Pittsburgh 5. Jacksonville 6. Tennessee 1. Dallas 2. Green Bay 3. Seattle 4. Tampa Bay 5. N.Y. Giants 6. Washington 2006 New England Philadelphia New York Jets* Dallas* Buffalo New York Giants* Miami Washington Baltimore Chicago# Cincinnati Green Bay Pittsburgh Minnesota Cleveland Detroit Indianapolis New Orleans Tennessee Carolina Jacksonville Atlanta Houston Tampa Bay San Diego# Seattle Kansas City* St. Louis Denver San Francisco Oakland Arizona Indianapolis finished ahead of New England based on head-to-head victory. Cincinnati finished ahead of Pittsburgh based on better division record (4-2 to Steelers 3-3). Tennessee finished ahead of Jacksonville based on better division record (4-2 to Jaguars 2-4). Kansas City finished ahead of Denver based on better division record (4-2 to Broncos 3-3). New Orleans finished ahead of Philadelphia based on head-to-head victory. N.Y. Giants finished ahead of Carolina and St. Louis based on better conference record (Giants' 7-5 to Panthers' 6-6 and Rams' 6-6) and ahead of Green Bay based on strength of victory (.422 to Packers'.383). Wild Card Playoff: INDIANAPOLIS 23, Kansas City 8; NEW ENGLAND 37, N.Y. Jets 16 Divisional Playoff: Indianapolis 15, BALTIMORE 6; New England 24, SAN DIEGO 21 Championship: INDIANAPOLIS 38, New England 34 Wild Card Playoff: SEATTLE 21, Dallas 20; PHILADELPHIA 23, N.Y. Giants 20 Divisional Playoff: NEW ORLEANS 27, Philadelphia 24; CHICAGO 27, Seattle 24 (OT) Championship: CHICAGO 39, New Orleans 14 Super Bowl XLI: Indianapolis () 29, Chicago () 17 at Dolphin Stadium, Miami, Florida 1. San Diego 2. Baltimore 3. Indianapolis 4. New England 5. N.Y. Jets 6. Kansas City 1. Chicago 2. New Orleans 3. Philadelphia 4. Seattle 5. Dallas 6. N.Y. Giants 375

4 2005 New England N.Y. Giants Miami Washington* Buffalo Dallas N.Y. Jets Philadelphia Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh* Minnesota Baltimore Detroit Cleveland Green Bay Indianapolis# Tampa Bay Jacksonville* Carolina* Tennessee Atlanta Houston New Orleans Denver Seattle# Kansas City St. Louis San Diego Arizona Oakland San Francisco Cincinnati finished ahead of Pittsburgh based on better division record (5-1 to Steelers 4-2). Baltimore finished ahead of Cleveland based on better division record (2-4 to Browns 1-5). Tampa Bay finished ahead of Carolina based on better division record (5-1 to Panthers 4-2). Chicago finished ahead of Tampa Bay, and Tampa Bay finished ahead of the N.Y. Giants, based on better conference record (Bears 10-2 to Buccaneers 9-3 to Giants 8-4). Wild Card playoff: NEW ENGLAND 28, Jacksonville 3; Pittsburgh 31, CINCINNATI 17 Divisional playoff: DENVER 27, New England 13; Pittsburgh 21, INDIANAPOLIS 18 Championship: Pittsburgh 34, DENVER 17 Wild Card playoffs: Washington 17, TAMPA BAY 10; Carolina 23, NEW YORK GIANTS 0 Divisional playoff: SEATTLE 20, Washington 10; Carolina 29, CHICAGO 21 Championship: SEATTLE 34, Carolina 14 Super Bowl XL: Pittsburgh () 21, Seattle () 10 at Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan 2004 New England Philadelphia# N.Y. Jets* N.Y. Giants Buffalo Dallas Miami Washington Pittsburgh# Green Bay Baltimore Minnesota* Cincinnati Detroit Cleveland Chicago Indianapolis Atlanta Jacksonville New Orleans Houston Carolina Tennessee Tampa Bay San Diego Seattle Denver* St. Louis* Kansas City Arizona Oakland San Francisco Indianapolis finished ahead of San Diego based on head-to-head victory. N.Y. Jets finished ahead of Denver based on better record vs. common opponents (5-0 to Broncos 3-2). St. Louis finished ahead of New Orleans and Minnesota based on best conference record (7-5 to Saints 6-6 to Vikings 5-7), and Minnesota finished ahead of New Orleans based on head-to-head victory. N.Y. Giants finished ahead of Dallas and Washington based on better head-to-head record (3-1 to Cowboys 2-2 to Redskins 1-3), and Dallas finished ahead of Washington based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Wild Card playoffs: N.Y. Jets 20, SAN DIEGO 17 (OT); INDIANAPOLIS 49, Denver 24 Divisional playoffs: PITTSBURGH 20, N.Y. Jets 17 (OT); NEW ENGLAND 20, Indianapolis 3 Championship: New England 41, PITTSBURGH 27 Wild Card playoffs: St. Louis 27, SEATTLE 20; Minnesota 31, GREEN BAY 17 Divisional playoffs: ATLANTA 47, St. Louis 17; PHILADELPHIA 27, Minnesota 14 Championship: PHILADELPHIA 27, Atlanta 10 Super Bowl XXXIX: New England () 24, Philadelphia () 21 at Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville, Florida 1. Indianapolis 2. Denver 3. Cincinnati 4. New England 5. Jacksonville 6. Pittsburgh 1. Seattle 2. Chicago 3. Tampa Bay 4. New York Giants 5. Carolina 6. Washington 1. Pittsburgh 2. New England 3. Indianapolis 4. San Diego 5. N.Y. Jets 6. Denver 1. Philadelphia 2. Atlanta 3. Green Bay 4. Seattle 5. St. Louis 6. Minnesota 376

5 2003 New England# Philadelphia# Miami Dallas* Buffalo Washington N.Y. Jets N.Y. Giants Baltimore Green Bay Cincinnati Minnesota Pittsburgh Chicago Cleveland Detroit Indianapolis Carolina Tennessee* New Orleans Jacksonville Tampa Bay Houston Atlanta Kansas City St. Louis Denver* Seattle* Oakland San Francisco San Diego Arizona Buffalo finished ahead of N.Y. Jets based on better division record (2-4 to Jets 1-5). Indianapolis finished ahead of Tennessee based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Jacksonville finished ahead of Houston based on better division record (2-4 to Texans 1-5). Denver finished ahead of Miami based on better conference record (9-3 to Dolphins 7-5). Oakland finished ahead of San Diego based on better conference record (3-9 to Chargers 2-10). Philadelphia finished ahead of St. Louis based on better conference record (9-3 to Rams 8-4). Seattle finished ahead of Dallas based on better strength of victory (65-95 to Cowboys 62-98). Wild Card playoffs: Tennessee 20, BALTIMORE 17; INDIANAPOLIS 41, Denver 10 Divisional playoffs: NEW ENGLAND 17, Tennessee 14; Indianapolis 38, KANSAS CITY 31 Championship: NEW ENGLAND 24, Indianapolis 14 Wild Card playoffs: CAROLINA 29, Dallas 10; GREEN BAY 33, Seattle 27 (OT) Divisional playoffs: Carolina 29, ST. LOUIS 23 (2OT); PHILADELPHIA 20, Green Bay 17 (OT) Championship: Carolina 14, PHILADELPHIA 3 Super Bowl XXXVIII: New England () 32, Carolina () 29 at Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas 1. New England 2. Kansas City 3. Indianapolis 4. Baltimore 5. Tennessee 6. Denver 1. Philadelphia 2. St. Louis 3. Carolina 4. Green Bay 5. Seattle 6. Dallas 2002 N.Y. Jets Philadelphia# New England N.Y. Giants* Miami Washington Buffalo Dallas Pittsburgh Green Bay Cleveland* Minnesota Baltimore Chicago Cincinnati Detroit Tennessee Tampa Bay Indianapolis* Atlanta* Jacksonville New Orleans Houston Carolina Oakland# San Francisco Denver St. Louis San Diego Seattle Kansas City Arizona New York Jets finished ahead of New England based on better record in common games (8-4 to Patriots 7-5) and Miami based on better division record (4-2 to Dolphins 2-4). New England finished ahead of Miami based on better division record (4-2 to Dolphins 2-4). Cleveland finished ahead of Denver and New England based on better conference record (7-5 to Broncos 5-7 and Patriots 6-6). Oakland finished ahead of Tennessee based on better head-to-head record (1-0). San Diego finished ahead of Kansas City based on better division record (3-3 to Chiefs 2-4). Philadelphia finished ahead of Green Bay and Tampa Bay based on better conference record (11-1 to Packers 9-3 and Buccaneers 9-3). Tampa Bay finished ahead of Green Bay based on better head-to-head record (1-0). St. Louis finished ahead of Seattle based on better division record (4-2 to Seahawks 2-4). Wild Card playoffs: N.Y. JETS 41, Indianapolis 0; PITTSBURGH 36, Cleveland 33 Divisional playoffs: TENNESSEE 34, Pittsburgh 31 (OT); OAKLAND 30, N.Y. Jets 10 Championship: OAKLAND 41, Tennessee 24 Wild Card playoffs: Atlanta 27, GREEN BAY 7; SAN FRANCISCO 39, N.Y. Giants 38 Divisional playoffs: PHILADELPHIA 20, Atlanta 6; TAMPA BAY 31, San Francisco 6 Championship: Tampa Bay 27, PHILADELPHIA 10 Super Bowl XXXVII: Tampa Bay () 48, Oakland () 21 at Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, California 1. Oakland 2. Tennessee 3. Pittsburgh 4. N.Y. Jets 5. Indianapolis 6. Cleveland 1. Philadelphia 2. Tampa Bay 3. Green Bay 4. San Francisco 5. N.Y. Giants 6. Atlanta 377

6 2001 New England Philadelphia Miami* Washington N.Y. Jets* N.Y. Giants Indianapolis Arizona Buffalo Dallas Pittsburgh# Chicago Baltimore* Green Bay* Cleveland Tampa Bay* Tennessee Minnesota Jacksonville Detroit Cincinnati St. Louis# Oakland San Francisco* Seattle New Orleans Denver Atlanta Kansas City Carolina San Diego New England finished ahead of Miami based on better division record (6-2 to Dolphins 5-3). Baltimore was second Wild Card ahead of N.Y. Jets based on better record against common opponents (3-2 to Jets 2-2). Cleveland finished ahead of Tennessee based on better division record (5-5 to Titans 3-7). Jacksonville finished ahead of Cincinnati based on head-to-head record (2-0). N.Y. Giants finished ahead of Arizona based on head-to-head record (2-0). Green Bay was first Wild Card ahead of San Francisco based on better conference record (9-3 to 49ers 8-4). New Orleans finished ahead of Atlanta based on better division record (4-4 to Falcons 3-5). Wild Card playoffs: OAKLAND 38, N.Y. Jets 24; Baltimore 20, MIAMI 3 Divisional playoffs: NEW ENGLAND 16, Oakland 13 (OT); PITTSBURGH 27, Baltimore 10 Championship: New England 24, PITTSBURGH 17 Wild Card playoffs: PHILADELPHIA 31, Tampa Bay 9; GREEN BAY 25, San Francisco 15 Divisional playoffs: Philadelphia 33, CHICAGO 19; ST. LOUIS 45, Green Bay 17 Championship: ST. LOUIS 29, Philadelphia 24 Super Bowl XXXVI: New England () 20, St. Louis () 17 at Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana 1. Pittsburgh 2. New England 3. Oakland 4. Miami 5. Baltimore 6. N.Y. Jets 1. St. Louis 2. Chicago 3. Philadelphia 4. Green Bay 5. San Francisco 6. Tampa Bay 2000 Miami N.Y. Giants# Indianapolis* Philadelphia* N.Y. Jets Washington Buffalo Dallas New England Arizona Tennessee# Minnesota Baltimore* Tampa Bay* Pittsburgh Green Bay Jacksonville Detroit Cincinnati Chicago Cleveland New Orleans Oakland St. Louis* Denver* Carolina Kansas City San Francisco Seattle Atlanta San Diego Green Bay finished ahead of Detroit based on better division record (5-3 to Lions 3-5). New Orleans finished ahead of St. Louis based on better division record (7-1 to Rams 5-3). Tampa Bay was second Wild Card based on head-to-head victory over St. Louis (1-0). Wild Card playoffs: MIAMI 23, Indianapolis 17 (OT); BALTIMORE 21, Denver 3 Divisional playoffs: OAKLAND 27, Miami 0; Baltimore 24, TENNESSEE 10 Championship: Baltimore 16, OAKLAND 3 Wild Card playoffs: NEW ORLEANS 31, St. Louis 28; PHILADELPHIA 21, Tampa Bay 3 Divisional playoffs: MINNESOTA 34, New Orleans 16; N.Y. GIANTS 20, Philadelphia 10 Championship: N.Y. GIANTS 41, Minnesota 0 Super Bowl XXXV: Baltimore () 34, N.Y. Giants () 7 at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida 1. Tennessee 2. Oakland 3. Miami 4. Baltimore 5. Denver 6. Indianapolis 1. N.Y. Giants 2. Minnesota 3. New Orleans 4. Philadelphia 5. Tampa Bay 6. St. Louis 378

7 1999 Indianapolis Washington Buffalo* Dallas* Miami* N.Y. Giants N.Y. Jets Arizona New England Philadelphia Jacksonville# Tampa Bay Tennessee* Minnesota* Baltimore Detroit* Pittsburgh Green Bay Cincinnati Chicago Cleveland St. Louis# Seattle Carolina Kansas City Atlanta San Diego San Francisco Oakland New Orleans Denver Miami was third Wild Card ahead of Kansas City based on better record against common opponents (6-1 to Chiefs 5-3). N.Y. Jets finished ahead of New England based on better division record (4-4 to Patriots 2-6). Seattle finished ahead of Kansas City based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). San Diego finished ahead of Oakland based on better division record (5-3 to Raiders 3-5). Dallas was second Wild Card based on better record against common opponents (4-2 to Lions 3-3) and better conference record than Carolina (7-5 to Panthers 6-6). Detroit was third Wild Card based on better conference record than Green Bay (7-5 to Packers 6-6) and head-to-head victory over Carolina. Wild Card playoffs: TENNESSEE 22, Buffalo 16; Miami 20, SEATTLE 17 Divisional playoffs: JACKSONVILLE 62, Miami 7; Tennessee 19, INDIANAPOLIS 16 Championship: Tennessee 33, JACKSONVILLE 14 Wild Card playoffs: WASHINGTON 27, Detroit 13; MINNESOTA 27, Dallas 10 Divisional playoffs: TAMPA BAY 14, Washington 13; ST. LOUIS 49, Minnesota 37 Championship: ST. LOUIS 11, Tampa Bay 6 Super Bowl XXXIV: St. Louis () 23, Tennessee () 16 at Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia 1. Jacksonville 2. Indianapolis 3. Seattle 4. Tennessee 5. Buffalo 6. Miami 1. St. Louis 2. Tampa Bay 3. Washington 4. Minnesota 5. Dallas 6. Detroit 1998 N.Y. Jets Dallas Miami* Arizona* Buffalo* N.Y. Giants New England* Washington Indianapolis Philadelphia Jacksonville Minnesota# Tennessee Green Bay* Pittsburgh Tampa Bay Baltimore Detroit Cincinnati Chicago Denver# Atlanta Oakland San Francisco* Seattle New Orleans Kansas City Carolina San Diego St. Louis Miami finished ahead of Buffalo based on better net division points (6 to Bills 0). Oakland finished ahead of Seattle based on headto-head sweep (2-0). Carolina finished ahead of St. Louis based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Wild Card playoffs: MIAMI 24, Buffalo 17; JACKSONVILLE 25, New England 10 Divisional playoffs: DENVER 38, Miami 3; N.Y. JETS 34, Jacksonville 24 Championship: DENVER 23, N.Y. Jets 10 Wild Card playoffs: Arizona 20, DALLAS 7; SAN FRANCISCO 30, Green Bay 27 Divisional playoffs: ATLANTA 20, San Francisco 18; MINNESOTA 41, Arizona 21 Championship: Atlanta 30, MINNESOTA 27 (OT) Super Bowl XXXIII: Denver () 34, Atlanta () 19, at Pro Player Stadium, Miami, Florida 1. Denver 2. N.Y. Jets 3. Jacksonville 4. Miami 5. Buffalo 6. New England 1. Minnesota 2. Atlanta 3. Dallas 4. San Francisco 5. Green Bay 6. Arizona 379

8 1997 New England N.Y. Giants Miami* Washington N.Y. Jets Philadelphia Buffalo Dallas Indianapolis Arizona Pittsburgh Green Bay Jacksonville* Tampa Bay* Tennessee Detroit* Cincinnati Minnesota* Baltimore Chicago Kansas City# San Francisco# Denver* Carolina Seattle Atlanta Oakland New Orleans San Diego St. Louis Miami finished ahead of N.Y. Jets based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Pittsburgh finished ahead of Jacksonville based on better net division points (78 to Jaguars 23). Oakland finished ahead of San Diego based on better division record (2-6 to Chargers 1-7). San Francisco was top playoff seed based on better conference record than Green Bay (11-1 to Packers 10-2). Detroit finished ahead of Minnesota based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Carolina finished ahead of Atlanta based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Wild Card playoffs: DENVER 42, Jacksonville 17; NEW ENGLAND 17, Miami 3 Divisional playoffs: PITTSBURGH 7, New England 6; Denver 14, KANSAS CITY 10 Championship: Denver 24, PITTSBURGH 21 Wild Card playoffs: Minnesota 23, N.Y. GIANTS 22; TAMPA BAY 20, Detroit 10 Divisional playoffs: SAN FRANCISCO 38, Minnesota 22; GREEN BAY 21, Tampa Bay 7 Championship: Green Bay 23, SAN FRANCISCO 10 Super Bowl XXXII: Denver () 31, Green Bay () 24, at Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, California 1. Kansas City 2. Pittsburgh 3. New England 4. Denver 5. Jacksonville 6. Miami 1. San Francisco 2. Green Bay 3. N.Y. Giants 4. Tampa Bay 5. Detroit 6. Minnesota 1996 New England Dallas Buffalo* Philadelphia* Indianapolis* Washington Miami Arizona N.Y. Jets N.Y. Giants Pittsburgh Green Bay# Jacksonville* Minnesota* Cincinnati Chicago Houston Tampa Bay Baltimore Detroit Denver# Carolina Kansas City San Francisco* San Diego St. Louis Oakland Atlanta Seattle New Orleans Jacksonville was second Wild Card ahead of Indianapolis and Kansas City based on better conference record (7-5 to Colts 6-6 and Chiefs 5-7). Indianapolis was third Wild Card based on head-to-head victory over Kansas City (1-0). Cincinnati finished ahead of Houston based on better net division points (19 to Oilers 11). Oakland finished ahead of Seattle based on better division record (3-5 to Seahawks 2-6). Dallas finished ahead of Philadelphia based on better record against common opponents (7-4 to Eagles 6-5). Minnesota was third Wild Card based on better conference record than Washington (8-4 to Redskins 6-6). Carolina finished ahead of San Francisco based on head-tohead sweep (2-0). Atlanta finished ahead of New Orleans based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Wild Card playoffs: Jacksonville 30, BUFFALO 27; PITTSBURGH 42, Indianapolis 14 Divisional playoffs: Jacksonville 30, DENVER 27; NEW ENGLAND 28, Pittsburgh 3 Championship: NEW ENGLAND 20, Jacksonville 6 Wild Card playoffs: DALLAS 40, Minnesota 15; SAN FRANCISCO 14, Philadelphia 0 Divisional playoffs: GREEN BAY 35, San Francisco 14; CAROLINA 26, Dallas 17 Championship: GREEN BAY 30, Carolina 13 Super Bowl XXXI: Green Bay () 35, New England () 21, at Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana 1. Denver 2. New England 3. Pittsburgh 4. Buffalo 5. Jacksonville 6. Indianapolis 1. Green Bay 2. Carolina 3. Dallas 4. San Francisco 5. Philadelphia 6. Minnesota 380

9 1995 Buffalo Dallas# Indianapolis* Philadelphia* Miami* Washington New England N.Y. Giants N.Y. Jets Arizona Pittsburgh Green Bay Cincinnati Detroit* Houston Chicago Cleveland Minnesota Jacksonville Tampa Bay Kansas City# San Francisco San Diego* Atlanta* Seattle St. Louis Denver Carolina Oakland New Orleans Indianapolis finished ahead of Miami based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). San Diego was first Wild Card based on head-to-head victory over Indianapolis (1-0). Cincinnati finished ahead of Houston based on better division record (4-4 to Oilers 3-5). Seattle finished ahead of Denver and Oakland based on best head-to-head record (3-1 to Broncos 2-2 and Raiders 1-3). Denver finished ahead of Oakland based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Philadelphia was first Wild Card ahead of Detroit based on better conference record (9-3 to Lions 7-5). San Francisco was second playoff seed ahead of Green Bay based on better conference record (8-4 to Packers 7-5). Atlanta was third Wild Card ahead of Chicago based on better record against common opponents (4-2 to Bears 3-3). St. Louis finished ahead of Carolina and New Orleans based on best head-to-head record (3-1 to Panthers 1-3 and Saints 2-2). Carolina finished ahead of New Orleans based on better conference record (4-8 to 3-9). Wild Card playoffs: BUFFALO 37, Miami 22; Indianapolis 35, SAN DIEGO 20 Divisional playoffs: PITTSBURGH 40, Buffalo 21; Indianapolis 10, KANSAS CITY 7 Championship: PITTSBURGH 20, Indianapolis 16 Wild Card playoffs: PHILADELPHIA 58, Detroit 37; GREEN BAY 37, Atlanta 20 Divisional playoffs: Green Bay 27, SAN FRANCISCO 17; DALLAS 30, Philadelphia 11 Championship: DALLAS 38, Green Bay 27 Super Bowl XXX: Dallas () 27, Pittsburgh () 17, at Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, Arizona 1. Kansas City 2. Pittsburgh 3. Buffalo 4. San Diego 5. Indianapolis 6. Miami 1. Dallas 2. San Francisco 3. Green Bay 4. Philadelphia 5. Detroit 6. Atlanta 1994 Miami Dallas New England* N.Y. Giants Indianapolis Arizona Buffalo Philadelphia N.Y. Jets Washington Pittsburgh# Minnesota Cleveland* Green Bay* Cincinnati Detroit* Houston Chicago* Tampa Bay San Diego Kansas City* San Francisco# L.A. Raiders New Orleans Denver Atlanta Seattle L.A. Rams Miami finished ahead of New England based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Kansas City finished ahead of L.A. Raiders based on headto-head sweep (2-0). Green Bay was first Wild Card based on best head-to-head record (3-1) vs. Detroit (2-2) and Chicago (1-3) and better conference record (8-4) than N.Y. Giants (6-6). Detroit was second Wild Card based on better division record (4-4) than Chicago (3-5) and head-to-head victory over N.Y. Giants (1-0). Chicago was third Wild Card based on better record against common opponents (4-4) than N.Y. Giants (3-5). New Orleans finished ahead of Atlanta based on head-tohead sweep (2-0). Wild Card playoffs: MIAMI 27, Kansas City 17; CLEVELAND 20, New England 13 Divisional playoffs: PITTSBURGH 29, Cleveland 9; SAN DIEGO 22, Miami 21 Championship: San Diego 17, PITTSBURGH 13 Wild Card playoffs: GREEN BAY 16, Detroit 12; Chicago 35, MINNESOTA 18 Divisional playoffs: SAN FRANCISCO 44, Chicago 15; DALLAS 35, Green Bay 9 Championship: SAN FRANCISCO 38, Dallas 28 Super Bowl XXIX: San Francisco () 49, San Diego () 26, at Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, Florida 1. Pittsburgh 2. San Diego 3. Miami 4. Cleveland 5. New England 6. Kansas City 1. San Francisco 2. Dallas 3. Minnesota 4. Green Bay 5. Detroit 6. Chicago 381

10 1993 Buffalo# Dallas# Miami N.Y. Giants* N.Y. Jets Philadelphia New England Phoenix Indianapolis Washington Houston Detroit Pittsburgh* Minnesota* Cleveland Green Bay* Cincinnati Chicago Tampa Bay Kansas City L.A. Raiders* San Francisco Denver* New Orleans San Diego Atlanta Seattle L.A. Rams Buffalo was top playoff seed based on head-to-head victory over Houston (1-0). Denver was second Wild Card ahead of Pittsburgh and Miami based on better conference record (8-4 to Steelers 7-5 to Dolphins 6-6). Pittsburgh was third Wild Card ahead of Miami based on head-to-head victory. San Francisco was second playoff seed based on head-to-head victory over Detroit (1-0). Minnesota finished ahead of Green Bay based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Wild Card playoffs: KANSAS CITY 27, Pittsburgh 24 (OT); L.A. RAIDERS 42, Denver 24 Divisional playoffs: BUFFALO 29, L.A. Raiders 23; Kansas City 28, HOUSTON 20 Championship: BUFFALO 30, Kansas City 13 Wild Card playoffs: Green Bay 28, DETROIT 24; N.Y. GIANTS 17, Minnesota 10 Divisional playoffs: SAN FRANCISCO 44, N.Y. Giants 3; DALLAS 27, Green Bay 17 Championship: DALLAS 38, San Francisco 21 Super Bowl XXVIII: Dallas () 30, Buffalo () 13, at Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia 1. Buffalo 2. Houston 3. Kansas City 4. L.A. Raiders 5. Denver 6. Pittsburgh 1. Dallas 2. San Francisco 3. Detroit 4. N.Y. Giants 5. Minnesota 6. Green Bay 1992 Miami Dallas Buffalo* Philadelphia* Indianapolis Washington* N.Y. Jets N.Y. Giants New England Phoenix Pittsburgh# Minnesota Houston* Green Bay Cleveland Tampa Bay Cincinnati Chicago Detroit San Diego Kansas City* San Francisco# Denver New Orleans* L.A. Raiders Atlanta Seattle L.A. Rams Pittsburgh was top playoff seed, and Miami was second playoff seed ahead of San Diego, based on conference record (10-2 to Dolphins 9-3 to Chargers 9-5). Miami finished ahead of Buffalo based on better conference record (9-3 to Bills 7-5). Houston was second Wild Card based on head-to-head victory over Kansas City (1-0). Washington was third Wild Card based on better conference record than Green Bay (7-5 to Packers 6-6). Tampa Bay finished ahead of Chicago and Chicago finished ahead of Detroit based on better conference record (5-9 to Bears 4-8 and Lions 3-9). Atlanta finished ahead of L.A. Rams based on better record against common opponents (5-7 to Rams 4-8). Wild Card playoffs: SAN DIEGO 17, Kansas City 0; BUFFALO 41, Houston 38 (OT) Divisional playoffs: Buffalo 24, PITTSBURGH 3; MIAMI 31, San Diego 0 Championship: Buffalo 29, MIAMI 10 Wild Card playoffs: Washington 24, MINNESOTA 7; Philadelphia 36, NEW ORLEANS 20 Divisional playoffs: SAN FRANCISCO 20, Washington 13; DALLAS 34, Philadelphia 10 Championship: Dallas 30, SAN FRANCISCO 20 Super Bowl XXVII: Dallas () 52, Buffalo () 17, at Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California 1. Pittsburgh 2. Miami 3. San Diego 4. Buffalo 5. Houston 6. Kansas City 1. San Francisco 2. Dallas 3. Minnesota 4. New Orleans 5. Philadelphia 6. Washington 382

11 1991 Buffalo# Washington# N.Y. Jets* Dallas* Miami Philadelphia New England N.Y. Giants Indianapolis Phoenix Houston Detroit Pittsburgh Chicago* Cleveland Minnesota Cincinnati Green Bay Tampa Bay Denver Kansas City* New Orleans L.A. Raiders* Atlanta* Seattle San Francisco San Diego L.A. Rams N.Y. Jets finished ahead of Miami based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Chicago was first Wild Card based on better conference record than Dallas (9-3 to Cowboys 8-4). Atlanta finished ahead of San Francisco based on head-to-head sweep (2-0), and was third Wild Card ahead of Philadelphia based on better conference record (7-5 to Eagles 6-6). Wild Card playoffs: KANSAS CITY 10, L.A. Raiders 6; HOUSTON 17, N.Y. Jets 10 Divisional playoffs: DENVER 26, Houston 24; BUFFALO 37, Kansas City 14 Championship: BUFFALO 10, Denver 7 Wild Card playoffs: Atlanta 27, NEW ORLEANS 20; Dallas 17, CHICAGO 13 Divisional playoffs: WASHINGTON 24, Atlanta 7; DETROIT 38, Dallas 6 Championship: WASHINGTON 41, Detroit 10 Super Bowl XXVI: Washington () 37, Buffalo () 24, at Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1. Buffalo 2. Denver 3. Houston 4. Kansas City 5. L.A. Raiders 6. N.Y. Jets 1. Washington 2. Detroit 3. New Orleans 4. Chicago 5. Dallas 6. Atlanta 1990 Buffalo# N.Y. Giants Miami* Philadelphia* Indianapolis Washington* N.Y. Jets Dallas New England Phoenix Cincinnati Chicago Houston* Tampa Bay Pittsburgh Detroit Cleveland Green Bay Minnesota L.A. Raiders Kansas City* San Francisco# Seattle New Orleans* San Diego L.A. Rams Denver Atlanta Cincinnati finished ahead of Houston and Pittsburgh based on best head-to-head record (3-1 to Oilers 2-2 to Steelers 1-3). Houston was Wild Card based on better conference record (8-4) than Seattle (7-5) and Pittsburgh (6-6). Philadelphia finished ahead of Washington based on better division record (5-3 to Redskins 4-4). Tampa Bay was second in Central based on best headto-head record (5-1) against Detroit (2-4), Green Bay (3-3), and Minnesota (2-4). Detroit finished third based on best net division points (minus 8) against Green Bay (minus 40). Green Bay finished ahead of Minnesota based on better conference record (5-7 to Vikings 4-8). The L.A. Rams finished ahead of Atlanta based on net points in division (plus 1 to Falcons minus 31). Wild Card playoffs: MIAMI 17, Kansas City 16; CINCINNATI 41, Houston 14 Divisional playoffs: BUFFALO 44, Miami 34; L.A. RAIDERS 20, Cincinnati 10 Championship: BUFFALO 51, L.A. Raiders 3 Wild Card playoffs: Washington 20, PHILADELPHIA 6; CHICAGO 16, New Orleans 6 Divisional playoffs: SAN FRANCISCO 28, Washington 10; N.Y. GIANTS 31, Chicago 3 Championship: N.Y. Giants 15, SAN FRANCISCO 13 Super Bowl XXV: N.Y. Giants () 20, Buffalo () 19, at Tampa Stadium, Tampa, Florida 1. Buffalo 2. L.A. Raiders 3. Cincinnati 4. Miami 5. Kansas City 6. Houston 1. San Francisco 2. N.Y. Giants 3. Chicago 4. Philadelphia 5. Washington 6. New Orleans 383

12 1989 Buffalo N.Y. Giants Indianapolis Philadelphia* Miami Washington New England Phoenix N.Y. Jets Dallas Cleveland Minnesota Houston* Green Bay Pittsburgh* Detroit Cincinnati Chicago Tampa Bay Denver# Kansas City San Francisco# L.A. Raiders L.A. Rams* Seattle New Orleans San Diego Atlanta Indianapolis finished ahead of Miami based on better conference record (7-5 vs. Dolphins 6-8). Houston finished ahead of Pittsburgh based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). The L.A. Rams did not play San Francisco in the divisional playoffs because, from , two teams from the same division could not meet prior to the conference championship game. Philadelphia was first Wild Card ahead of L.A. Rams based on better record against common opponents (7-3 to Rams 5-4). Minnesota finished ahead of Green Bay based on better division record (6-2 vs. Packers 5-3). Wild Card playoff: Pittsburgh 26, HOUSTON 23 (OT) Divisional playoffs: CLEVELAND 34, Buffalo 30; DENVER 24, Pittsburgh 23 Championship: DENVER 37, Cleveland 21 Wild Card playoff: L.A. Rams 21, PHILADELPHIA 7 Divisional playoffs: L.A. Rams 19, N.Y. GIANTS 13 (OT); SAN FRANCISCO 41, Minnesota 13 Championship: SAN FRANCISCO 30, L.A. Rams 3 Super Bowl XXIV: San Francisco () 55, Denver () 10, at Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana 1988 Buffalo Philadelphia Indianapolis N.Y. Giants New England Washington N.Y. Jets Phoenix Miami Dallas Cincinnati# Chicago# Cleveland* Minnesota* Houston* Tampa Bay Pittsburgh Detroit Green Bay Seattle Denver San Francisco L.A. Raiders L.A. Rams* San Diego New Orleans Kansas City Atlanta Cincinnati was top playoff seed ahead of Buffalo based on head-tohead victory (1-0). Indianapolis finished ahead of New England based on better record against common opponents (7-5 to Patriots 6-6). Cleveland finished ahead of Houston based on better division record (4-2 to Oilers 3-3). Houston did not play Cincinnati, and Minnesota did not play Chicago in the divisional playoffs because, from , two teams from the same division could not meet prior to the conference championship game. Philadelphia finished first in East based on head-tohead sweep of N.Y. Giants (2-0). Washington finished third in East based on better division record (4-4) than Phoenix (3-5). Detroit finished fourth in Central based on head-tohead sweep of Green Bay (2-0). San Francisco finished first in West based on better head-to-head record (3-1) against L.A. Rams (2-2) and New Orleans (1-3). San Francisco finished with second playoff seed ahead of Philadelphia based on better record against common opponents (5-3 to Eagles 5-4). L.A. Rams finished second in West based on better division record (4-2) than New Orleans (3-3) and earned Wild-Card position based on better conference record (8-4) than N.Y. Giants (9-5) and New Orleans (6-6). Wild Card playoff: Houston 24, CLEVELAND 23 Divisional playoffs: CINCINNATI 21, Seattle 13; BUFFALO 17, Houston 10 Championship: CINCINNATI 21, Buffalo 10 Wild Card playoff: MINNESOTA 28, L.A. Rams 17 Divisional playoffs: CHICAGO 20, Philadelphia 12; SAN FRANCISCO 34, Minnesota 9 Championship: San Francisco 28, CHICAGO 3 Super Bowl XXIII: San Francisco () 20, Cincinnati () 16, at Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, Florida 384

13 1987 Indianapolis Washington New England Dallas Miami St. Louis Buffalo Philadelphia N.Y. Jets N.Y. Giants Cleveland Chicago Houston* Minnesota* Pittsburgh Green Bay Cincinnati Tampa Bay Detroit Denver# Seattle* San Francisco# San Diego New Orleans* L.A. Raiders L.A. Rams Kansas City Atlanta New England finished ahead of Miami based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Houston was first Wild Card ahead of Seattle based on better conference record (7-4 to Seahawks 5-6). Chicago was second playoff seed ahead of Washington based on better conference record (9-2 to Redskins 9-3). Dallas finished ahead of St. Louis and Philadelphia based on better division record (4-4 to Cardinals 3-5 and Eagles 3-5). St. Louis finished ahead of Philadelphia based on better conference record (7-7 to Eagles 4-7). Tampa Bay finished ahead of Detroit based on better division record (3-4 to Lions 2-5). Wild Card playoff: HOUSTON 23, Seattle 20 (OT) Divisional playoffs: CLEVELAND 38, Indianapolis 21; DENVER 34, Houston 10 Championship: DENVER 38, Cleveland 33 Wild Card playoff: Minnesota 44, NEW ORLEANS 10 Divisional playoffs: Minnesota 36, SAN FRANCISCO 24; Washington 21, CHICAGO 17 Championship: WASHINGTON 17, Minnesota 10 Super Bowl XXII: Washington () 42, Denver () 10, at San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, California Note: 1987 regular season was reduced from 16 to 15 games for each team due to players strike New England N.Y. Giants# N.Y. Jets* Washington* Miami Dallas Buffalo Philadelphia Indianapolis St. Louis Cleveland# Chicago Cincinnati Minnesota Pittsburgh Detroit Houston Green Bay Tampa Bay Denver Kansas City* San Francisco Seattle L.A. Rams* L.A. Raiders Atlanta San Diego New Orleans Denver was second playoff seed ahead of New England based on head-to-head victory (1-0). N.Y. Jets were first Wild Card based on better conference record (8-4) than Kansas City (9-5), Seattle (7-5), and Cincinnati (7-5). Kansas City was second Wild Card based on better conference record (9-5) than Seattle (7-5) and Cincinnati (7-5). N.Y. Giants were top playoff seed based on better conference record than Chicago (11-1 to Bears 10-2). Washington did not play the N.Y. Giants in the divisional playoffs because, from , two teams from the same division could not meet prior to the conference championship game. Wild Card playoff: N.Y. JETS 35, Kansas City 15 Divisional playoffs: CLEVELAND 23, N.Y. Jets 20 (OT); DENVER 22, New England 17 Championship: Denver 23, CLEVELAND 20 (OT) Wild Card playoff: WASHINGTON 19, L.A. Rams 7 Divisional playoffs: Washington 27, CHICAGO 13 N.Y. GIANTS 49, San Francisco 3 Championship: N.Y. GIANTS 17, Washington 0 Super Bowl XXI: N.Y. Giants () 39, Denver () 20, at Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California 385

14 1985 Miami Dallas N.Y. Jets* N.Y. Giants* New England* Washington Indianapolis Philadelphia Buffalo St. Louis Cleveland Chicago# Cincinnati Green Bay Pittsburgh Minnesota Houston Detroit Tampa Bay L.A. Raiders# Denver L.A. Rams Seattle San Francisco* San Diego New Orleans Kansas City Atlanta L.A. Raiders were top playoff seed ahead of Miami based on better record against common opponents (5-1 to 4-2). N.Y. Jets were first Wild Card based on better conference record (9-3) than New England (8-4) and Denver (8-4). New England was second Wild Card ahead of Denver based on better record against common opponents (4-2 to Broncos 3-3). Cincinnati finished ahead of Pittsburgh based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Seattle finished ahead of San Diego based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Dallas finished ahead of N.Y. Giants and Washington based on better head-to-head record (4-0 to Giants 1-3 and Redskins 1-3). N.Y. Giants were first Wild Card based on better conference record (8-4) than San Francisco (7-5) and Washington (6-6). San Francisco was second Wild Card based on head-to-head victory over Washington (1-0). Minnesota finished ahead of Detroit based on better division record (3-5 to Lions 2-6). Wild Card playoff: New England 26, N.Y. JETS 14 Divisional playoffs: MIAMI 24, Cleveland 21; New England 27, L.A. RAIDERS 20 Championship: New England 31, MIAMI 14 Wild Card playoff: N.Y. GIANTS 17, San Francisco 3 Divisional playoffs: L.A. RAMS 20, Dallas 0; CHICAGO 21, N.Y. Giants 0 Championship: CHICAGO 24, L.A. Rams 0 Super Bowl XX: Chicago () 46, New England () 10, at Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana 1984 Miami# Washington New England N.Y. Giants* N.Y. Jets St. Louis Indianapolis Dallas Buffalo Philadelphia Pittsburgh Chicago Cincinnati Green Bay Cleveland Tampa Bay Houston Detroit Minnesota Denver Seattle* San Francisco# L.A. Raiders* L.A. Rams* Kansas City New Orleans San Diego Atlanta N.Y. Giants finished ahead of St. Louis and Dallas based on best head-to-head record (3-1 to Cardinals 2-2 and Cowboys 1-3). St. Louis finished ahead of Dallas based on better division record (5-3 to Cowboys 3-5). Wild Card playoff: SEATTLE 13, L.A. Raiders 7 Divisional playoffs: MIAMI 31, Seattle 10; Pittsburgh 24, DENVER 17 Championship: MIAMI 45, Pittsburgh 28 Wild Card playoff: N.Y. Giants 16, L.A. RAMS 13 Divisional playoffs: SAN FRANCISCO 21, N.Y. Giants 10; Chicago 23, WASHINGTON 19 Championship: SAN FRANCISCO 23, Chicago 0 Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco () 38, Miami () 16, at Stanford Stadium, Stanford, California 386

15 1983 Miami Washington# New England Dallas* Buffalo St. Louis Baltimore Philadelphia N.Y. Jets N.Y. Giants Pittsburgh Detroit Cleveland Green Bay Cincinnati Chicago Houston Minnesota Tampa Bay L.A. Raiders# Seattle* San Francisco Denver* L.A. Rams* San Diego New Orleans Kansas City Atlanta L.A. Raiders were top playoff seed ahead of Miami based on headto-head victory (1-0). Seattle was first Wild Card ahead of Denver based on better division record (5-3 to Broncos 3-5) after Cleveland was eliminated from three-way tie based on losing head-tohead to both Seattle and Denver. Seattle did not play the L.A. Raiders in the divisional playoffs because, from , two teams from the same division could not meet prior to the conference championship game. New England finished ahead of Buffalo based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Baltimore finished ahead of N.Y. Jets based on better conference record (5-9 to Jets 4-8). San Diego finished ahead of Kansas City based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Green Bay finished ahead of Chicago based on better record against common opponents (4-4 to Bears 3-5) after Minnesota was eliminated from three-way tie based on conference record (Chicago 7-7 and Green Bay 6-6 to Vikings 4-8). Wild Card playoff: SEATTLE 31, Denver 7 Divisional playoffs: Seattle 27, MIAMI 20; L.A. RAIDERS 38, Pittsburgh 10 Championship: L.A. RAIDERS 30, Seattle 14 Wild Card playoff: L.A. Rams 24, DALLAS 17 Divisional playoffs: SAN FRANCISCO 24, Detroit 23; WASHINGTON 51, L.A. Rams 7 Championship: WASHINGTON 24, San Francisco 21 Super Bowl XVIII: L.A. Raiders () 38, Washington () 9, at Tampa Stadium, Tampa, Florida 1982 L.A. Raiders# Washington# Miami Dallas Cincinnati Green Bay Pittsburgh Minnesota San Diego Atlanta N.Y. Jets St. Louis New England Tampa Bay Cleveland Detroit Buffalo New Orleans Seattle N.Y. Giants Kansas City San Francisco Denver Chicago Houston Philadelphia Baltimore L.A. Rams As the result of a 57-day players strike, the 1982 NFL regular season schedule was reduced from 16 weeks to 9. At the conclusion of the regular season, the NFL conducted a 16-team postseason Super Bowl Tournament. Eight teams from each conference were seeded 1-8 based on their records during the season. #Top playoff seed in conference Miami finished ahead of Cincinnati based on better conference record (6-1 to Bengals 6-2). Pittsburgh finished ahead of San Diego based on better record against common opponents (3-1 to Chargers 2-1) after N.Y. Jets were eliminated from three-way tie based on conference record (Pittsburgh and San Diego 5-3 to Jets 2-3). Cleveland finished ahead of Buffalo and Seattle based on better conference record (4-3 to Bills 3-3 to Seahawks 3-5). Buffalo finished ahead of Seattle based on better conference record (3-3 to Seahawks 3-5). Minnesota (4-1), Atlanta (4-3), St. Louis (5-4), Tampa Bay (3-3) seeds were determined by best won-lost record in conference games. Detroit finished ahead of New Orleans and the N.Y. Giants based on best conference record (4-4 to Saints 3-5 to Giants 3-5). New Orleans finished ahead of N.Y. Giants based on better record against common opponents (1-3 to Giants 0-4). San Francisco finished ahead of Chicago, and Chicago finished ahead of Philadelphia, based on conference record (49ers 2-3 to Bears 2-5 to Eagles 1-5). First round playoff: MIAMI 28, New England 13; L.A. RAIDERS 27, Cleveland 10; N.Y. Jets 44, CINCINNATI 17; San Diego 31, PITTSBURGH 28 Second round playoff: N.Y. Jets 17, L.A. RAIDERS 14; MIAMI 34, San Diego 13 Championship: MIAMI 14, N.Y. Jets 0 First round playoff: WASHINGTON 31, Detroit 7; GREEN BAY 41, St. Louis 16; MINNESOTA 30, Atlanta 24; DALLAS 30, Tampa Bay 17 Second round playoff: WASHINGTON 21, Minnesota 7; DALLAS 37, Green Bay 26 Championship: WASHINGTON 31, Dallas 17 Super Bowl XVII: Washington () 27, Miami () 17, at Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California 387

16 1981 Miami Dallas N.Y. Jets* Philadelphia* Buffalo* N.Y. Giants* Baltimore Washington New England St. Louis Cincinnati# Tampa Bay Pittsburgh Detroit Houston Green Bay Cleveland Minnesota Chicago San Diego Denver San Francisco# Kansas City Atlanta Oakland Los Angeles Seattle New Orleans Baltimore finished ahead of New England based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). San Diego finished ahead of Denver based on better division record (6-2 to Broncos 5-3). Buffalo was second Wild Card based on head-to-head victory over Denver (1-0). Detroit finished ahead of Green Bay based on better record against common opponents (4-4 to Packers 3-5). Wild Card playoff: Buffalo 31, N.Y. JETS 27 Divisional playoffs: San Diego 41, MIAMI 38 (OT); CINCINNATI 28, Buffalo 21 Championship: CINCINNATI 27, San Diego 7 Wild Card playoff: N.Y. Giants 27, PHILADELPHIA 21 Divisional playoffs: DALLAS 38, Tampa Bay 0; SAN FRANCISCO 38, N.Y. Giants 24 Championship: SAN FRANCISCO 28, Dallas 27 Super Bowl XVI: San Francisco () 26, Cincinnati () 21, at Silverdome, Pontiac, Michigan 1980 Buffalo Philadelphia New England Dallas* Miami Washington Baltimore St. Louis N.Y. Jets N.Y. Giants Cleveland Minnesota Houston* Detroit Pittsburgh Chicago Cincinnati Tampa Bay Green Bay San Diego# Oakland* Atlanta# Kansas City Los Angeles* Denver San Francisco Seattle New Orleans San Diego was top playoff seed based on better conference record than Cleveland and Buffalo (9-3 to Browns 8-4 and Bills 8-4). Cleveland was second playoff seed based on better record against common opponents (5-2 to Bills 5-3). Cleveland finished ahead of Houston based on better conference record (8-4 to Oilers 7-5). Oakland was first Wild Card based on better conference record than Houston (9-3 to Oilers 7-5). San Diego finished ahead of Oakland based on better net points in division games (plus 60 net points to Raiders plus 37). Oakland did not play San Diego in the divisional playoffs because, from , two teams from the same division could not meet prior to the conference championship game. Kansas City finished ahead of Denver based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Atlanta was top playoff seed based on head-to-head victory over Philadelphia (1-0). Philadelphia finished ahead of Dallas based on better net points in division games (plus 84 net points to Cowboys plus 50). Minnesota finished ahead of Detroit based on better conference record (8-4 to Lions 9-5). Tampa Bay finished ahead of Green Bay based on better head-to-head record (1-0-1 to Packers 0-1-1). Wild Card playoff: OAKLAND 27, Houston 7 Divisional playoffs: SAN DIEGO 20, Buffalo 14; Oakland 14, CLEVELAND 12 Championship: Oakland 34, SAN DIEGO 27 Wild Card playoff: DALLAS 34, Los Angeles 13 Divisional playoffs: PHILADELPHIA 31, Minnesota 16; Dallas 30, ATLANTA 27 Championship: PHILADELPHIA 20, Dallas 7 Super Bowl XV: Oakland () 27, Philadelphia () 10, at Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana 388

17 1979 Miami Dallas# New England Philadelphia* N.Y. Jets Washington Buffalo N.Y. Giants Baltimore St. Louis Pittsburgh Tampa Bay Houston* Chicago* Cleveland Minnesota Cincinnati Green Bay Detroit San Diego# Denver* Los Angeles Seattle New Orleans Oakland Atlanta Kansas City San Francisco San Diego was top playoff seed based on head-to-head victory over Pittsburgh (1-0). Seattle finished ahead of Oakland based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Dallas finished ahead of Philadelphia based on better conference record (10-2 to Eagles 9-3). Philadelphia did not play Dallas in the divisional playoffs because, from , two teams from the same division could not meet prior to the conference championship game. Tampa Bay finished ahead of Chicago based on a better division record (6-2 to Bears 5-3). Chicago was second Wild Card ahead of Washington based on better net points in all games (57 to Redskins 53). Wild Card playoff: HOUSTON 13, Denver 7 Divisional playoffs: Houston 17, SAN DIEGO 14; PITTSBURGH 34, Miami 14 Championship: PITTSBURGH 27, Houston 13 Wild Card playoff: PHILADELPHIA 27, Chicago 17 Divisional playoffs: TAMPA BAY 24, Philadelphia 17; Los Angeles 21, DALLAS 19 Championship: Los Angeles 9, TAMPA BAY 0 Super Bowl XIV: Pittsburgh () 31, Los Angeles () 19, at Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California 1978 New England Dallas Miami* Philadelphia* N.Y. Jets Washington Buffalo St. Louis Baltimore N.Y. Giants Pittsburgh# Minnesota Houston* Green Bay Cleveland Detroit Cincinnati Chicago Tampa Bay Denver Oakland Los Angeles# Seattle Atlanta* San Diego New Orleans Kansas City San Francisco New England finished ahead of Miami based on better division record (6-2 to Dolphins 5-3). Buffalo finished ahead of Baltimore based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Oakland finished ahead of Seattle and San Diego based on better record against common opponents (6-2 to Seahawks 5-3 and Chargers 4-4). Atlanta was first Wild Card ahead of Philadelphia based on better record against common opponents (5-2 to Eagles 5-3). Houston did not play Pittsburgh, and Atlanta did not play Los Angeles in the divisional playoffs because, from , two teams from the same division could not meet prior to the conference championship game. Los Angeles was top playoff seed based on head-to-head victory over Dallas (1-0). St. Louis finished ahead of N.Y. Giants based on better division record (3-5 to Giants 2-6). Minnesota finished ahead of Green Bay based on better head-to-head record (1-0-1). Detroit finished ahead of Chicago based on better division record (4-4 to Bears 3-5). Wild Card playoff: Houston 17, MIAMI 9 Divisional playoffs: Houston 31, NEW ENGLAND 14; PITTSBURGH 33, Denver 10 Championship: PITTSBURGH 34, Houston 5 Wild Card playoff: ATLANTA 14, Philadelphia 13 Divisional playoffs: DALLAS 27, Atlanta 20; LOS ANGELES 34, Minnesota 10 Championship: Dallas 28, LOS ANGELES 0 Super Bowl XIII: Pittsburgh () 35, Dallas () 31, at Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida 389

18 1977 Baltimore Dallas# Miami Washington New England St. Louis N.Y. Jets Philadelphia Buffalo N.Y. Giants Pittsburgh Minnesota Houston Chicago* Cincinnati Detroit Cleveland Green Bay Tampa Bay Denver# Oakland* Los Angeles San Diego Atlanta Seattle San Francisco Kansas City New Orleans Baltimore finished ahead of Miami based on better conference record (9-3 to Dolphins 8-4). N.Y. Jets finished ahead of Buffalo based on better point-differential in head-to-head competition (1 point). Houston finished ahead of Cincinnati based on better point-differential in head-to-head competition (2 points). Oakland did not play Denver in the divisional playoffs because, from , two teams from the same division could not meet prior to the conference championship game. Minnesota finished ahead of Chicago based on better point-differential in head-tohead competition (3 points). Chicago won Wild Card ahead of Washington based on better net points in conference games (48 to Redskins 4). Philadelphia finished ahead of N.Y. Giants based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Divisional playoffs: DENVER 34, Pittsburgh 21; Oakland 37, BALTIMORE 31 (OT) Championship: DENVER 20, Oakland 17 Divisional playoffs: DALLAS 37, Chicago 7; Minnesota 14, LOS ANGELES 7 Championship: DALLAS 23, Minnesota 6 Super Bowl XII: Dallas () 27, Denver () 10, at Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana 1976 Baltimore Dallas New England* Washington* Miami St. Louis N.Y. Jets Philadelphia Buffalo N.Y. Giants Pittsburgh Minnesota# Cincinnati Chicago Cleveland Detroit Houston Green Bay Oakland# Los Angeles Denver San Francisco San Diego New Orleans Kansas City Atlanta Tampa Bay Seattle Baltimore finished ahead of New England based on better division record (7-1 to Patriots 6-2). Pittsburgh finished ahead of Cincinnati based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Washington finished ahead of St. Louis based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). New Orleans finished ahead of Atlanta based on better point-differential in head-to-head competition (27 points). Divisional playoffs: OAKLAND 24, New England 21; Pittsburgh 40, BALTIMORE 14 Championship: OAKLAND 24, Pittsburgh 7 Divisional playoffs: MINNESOTA 35, Washington 20; Los Angeles 14, DALLAS 12 Championship: MINNESOTA 24, Los Angeles 13 Super Bowl XI: Oakland () 32, Minnesota () 14, at Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California 390

19 1975 Baltimore St. Louis Miami Dallas* Buffalo Washington N.Y. Jets N.Y. Giants New England Philadelphia Pittsburgh# Minnesota# Cincinnati* Detroit Houston Chicago Cleveland Green Bay Oakland Los Angeles Denver San Francisco Kansas City Atlanta San Diego New Orleans Baltimore finished ahead of Miami based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Cincinnati did not play Pittsburgh in the divisional playoffs because, from , two teams from the same division could not meet prior to the conference championship game. N.Y. Jets finished ahead of New England based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Minnesota was top playoff seed based on better Point Rating system than Los Angeles (3 to 6). Chicago finished ahead of Green Bay based on better division record (2-4 to Bears 1-5). Divisional playoffs: PITTSBURGH 28, Baltimore 10; OAKLAND 31, Cincinnati 28 Championship: PITTSBURGH 16, Oakland 10 Divisional playoffs: LOS ANGELES 35, St. Louis 23; Dallas 17, MINNESOTA 14 Championship: Dallas 37, LOS ANGELES 7 Super Bowl X: Pittsburgh () 21, Dallas () 17, at Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida 1974 Miami St. Louis Buffalo* Washington* N.Y. Jets Dallas New England Philadelphia Baltimore N.Y. Giants Pittsburgh Minnesota Houston Detroit Cincinnati Green Bay Cleveland Chicago Oakland Los Angeles Denver San Francisco Kansas City New Orleans San Diego Atlanta *Wild Card qualifier for playoffs N.Y. Jets finished ahead of New England based on better conference record (5-6 to Patriots 4-7). Houston finished ahead of Cincinnati based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Kansas City finished ahead of San Diego based on better point-differential in head-to-head competition (3 points). St. Louis finished ahead of Washington based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Divisional playoffs: OAKLAND 28, Miami 26; PITTSBURGH 32, Buffalo 14 Championship: Pittsburgh 24, OAKLAND 13 Divisional playoffs: MINNESOTA 30, St. Louis 14; LOS ANGELES 19, Washington 10 Championship: MINNESOTA 14, Los Angeles 10 Super Bowl IX: Pittsburgh () 16, Minnesota () 6, at Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, Louisiana From , sites for league/conference championship games alternated by division. 391

20 1973 Miami Dallas Buffalo Washington* New England Philadelphia N.Y. Jets St. Louis Baltimore N.Y. Giants Cincinnati Minnesota Pittsburgh* Detroit Cleveland Green Bay Houston Chicago Oakland Los Angeles Kansas City Atlanta Denver San Francisco San Diego New Orleans *Wild Card qualifier for playoffs Cincinnati finished ahead of Pittsburgh based on better conference record (8-3 to Steelers 7-4). N.Y. Jets finished ahead of Baltimore based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Kansas City finished ahead of Denver based on better division record (4-2 to Broncos 3-2-1). Dallas finished ahead of Washington based on better point differential in head-to-head games (13 points). San Francisco finished ahead of New Orleans based on better division record (2-4 to Saints 1-5). Divisional playoffs: OAKLAND 33, Pittsburgh 14; MIAMI 34, Cincinnati 16 Championship: MIAMI 27, Oakland 10 Divisional playoffs: MINNESOTA 27, Washington 20; DALLAS 27, Los Angeles 16 Championship: Minnesota 27, DALLAS 10 Super Bowl VIII: Miami () 24, Minnesota () 7, at Rice Stadium, Houston, Texas 1972 Miami Washington N.Y. Jets Dallas* Baltimore N.Y. Giants Buffalo St. Louis New England Philadelphia Pittsburgh Green Bay Cleveland* Detroit Cincinnati Minnesota Houston Chicago Oakland San Francisco Kansas City Atlanta Denver Los Angeles San Diego New Orleans *Wild Card qualifier for playoffs Dallas did not play Washington in the divisional playoffs because, from , two teams from the same division could not meet prior to the conference championship game. Divisional playoffs: PITTSBURGH 13, Oakland 7; MIAMI 20, Cleveland 14 Championship: Miami 21, PITTSBURGH 17 Divisional playoffs: Dallas 30, SAN FRANCISCO 28; WASHINGTON 16, Green Bay 3 Championship: WASHINGTON 26, Dallas 3 Super Bowl VII: Miami () 14, Washington () 7, at Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California 392

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