What Seeds Play In Nfl Playoffs?

Find out which teams are playing in the NFL playoffs and what seeds they are.

Wild Card Weekend

The NFL playoffs are upon us and there are some great matchups this weekend. In the AFC, the New England Patriots will take on the Tennessee Titans and the Jacksonville Jaguars will take on the Buffalo Bills. In the NFC, the Minnesota Vikings will take on the New Orleans Saints and the Los Angeles Rams will take on the Dallas Cowboys.

Who’s playing?

It’s finally here – NFL Wild Card Weekend! After months of regular season play and grueling divisional competition, the top 12 teams in the league have earned their spot in the playoffs. This weekend, four lucky teams will get a chance to start their playoff journey with a win.

So, who’s playing? The matchups are as follows:

AFC:
-(6) Indianapolis Colts vs. (3) Houston Texans
-(5) Los Angeles Chargers vs. (4) Baltimore Ravens

NFC:
-(6) Seattle Seahawks vs. (3) Dallas Cowboys
-(5) Minnesota Vikings vs. (4) New Orleans Saints

What are the matchups?

The AFC will have the Baltimore Ravens at home against the Los Angeles Chargers and the Indianapolis Colts on the road against the Houston Texans. In the NFC, the Dallas Cowboys will be at home against the Seattle Seahawks, and the defending champion Philadelphia Eagles will be on the road against the Chicago Bears.

The Ravens are coming off a convincing victory over the Cleveland Browns in which they did not allow a touchdown and looked like one of the best team’s in football. The Chargers started slow but have won nine of their last 10 games and are led by quarterback Philip Rivers. The Colts are playing their best football of the season at the perfect time as they have won seven of their last eight games behind quarterback Andrew Luck. The Texans are led by defensive end J.J. Watt and quarterback Deshaun Watson.

The Cowboys are led by running back Ezekiel Elliott and quarterback Dak Prescott. The Seahawks are led by quarterback Russell Wilson and linebacker Bobby Wagner. The Eagles are led by quarterback Nick Foles and defensive end Fletcher Cox. The Bears are led by linebacker Khalil Mack and quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.

What’s at stake?

This weekend is Wild Card Weekend in the NFL, and there are four big games on tap. In the AFC, the Baltimore Ravens will take on the Los Angeles Chargers, while the Indianapolis Colts will face off against the Houston Texans. In the NFC, the Seattle Seahawks will take on the Dallas Cowboys, and the Chicago Bears will battle the Philadelphia Eagles.

Here’s a look at what’s at stake in each of these big games:

In the AFC, the Baltimore Ravens are the No. 6 seed, while the Los Angeles Chargers are the No. 5 seed. The winner of this game will advance to face the No. 1 seed Kansas City Chiefs next weekend.

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Divisional Playoffs

The Divisional Playoffs are the second round of the National Football League (NFL) playoffs. They are comprised of four teams, two from each conference, who have received first-round byes. The divisional playoffs are generally considered to be more difficult than the wild card playoffs, as the teams that make it to this round are usually the cream of the crop.

Who’s playing?

The NFL playoffs are a single-elimination tournament held each year to determine the champion of the National Football League (NFL). The playoffs, consisting of 12 teams total, begin in January and end with the championship game, known as the Super Bowl, which is usually held in early February.

The playoff teams are seeded according to their regular-season records, with the division champions being seeded 1–4 and the wild card teams being seeded 5–8. The higher-seeded team then hosts each subsequent game. In the divisional playoffs, only four teams play: the top two seeds from each conference (the winners of each division). These two games are generally referred to as the “divisional round”.

What are the matchups?

The NFL playoff field is set, and we now know the four divisional-round matchups.

On Saturday, the AFC will be in focus as the top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs host the No. 6 seed Indianapolis Colts at 4:35 p.m. ET on NBC. The game will feature two of the hottest teams in the NFL, as the Chiefs have won nine in a row while the Colts have won 10 of their last 11.

Then, on Sunday, it will be the NFC’s turn as the No. 2 seed New Orleans Saints host the No. 7 seed Philadelphia Eagles at 4:40 p.m. ET on Fox. This will be a rematch of one of the wildest games of the regular season, a 48-7 win by the Saints back in Week 11.

The weekend will conclude with two more AFC matchups, as the No. 3 seed Houston Texans host the No. 5 seed Baltimore Ravens at 1:05 p.m. ET on CBS and the No. 4 seed Los Angeles Chargers travel to Foxborough to take on the No

What’s at stake?

In the NFL, the four division winners from each conference (the NFC and AFC) advance to the playoffs, as do the two wild-card teams from each conference (the four non-division-winning teams with the best records). The divisional playoff games are always played on Saturday and Sunday. The higher seed hosts the lower seed for each game.

Conference Championships

It’s conference championship week in the NFL, which means that we’ll be crowning four division winners and sending them off to the playoffs. But before we get there, let’s take a look at what seeds each team is playing for.

Who’s playing?

The NFL Conference Championships are just around the corner, and we know you’re dying to know who’s playing. Here’s a quick guide to help you out.

In the AFC, the top seed New England Patriots will take on the number 2 seed Baltimore Ravens. The game will be played at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

In the NFC, the top seed San Francisco 49ers will take on the number 2 seed Green Bay Packers. The game will be played at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

What are the matchups?

The Conference Championships are the penultimate round of the NFL playoffs. The AFC and NFC Champions will advance to the Super Bowl, where they will compete for the title of NFL Champion.

The Conference Championships are typically played on the first Sunday in February, one week after the divisional round of the playoffs. This year, the AFC Championship game will be played on Sunday, January 24th at 3:00pm ET, while the NFC Championship game will be played at 6:30pm ET.

The Conference Championships are played between the winners of the divisional round games in each conference. In the AFC, this will be the #1 seed New England Patriots vs. the #2 seed Pittsburgh Steelers. In the NFC, it will be the #1 seed Los Angeles Rams vs. either the #2 seed New Orleans Saints or the #3 seed Philadelphia Eagles.

What’s at stake?

The conference championships are the penultimate round of the NFL playoffs. The four divisional winners from each conference (AFC and NFC) meet in head-to-head matches, with the winners advancing to the Super Bowl.

In the AFC, the top seed will host the lowest remaining seed from the divisional round, while the second seed will host the other AFC divisional round winner. In the NFC, it’s reversed – the lowest remaining seed will travel to face the top seed, while the other NFC divisional round winner will travel to face the second seed.

The conference championship games are set for Sunday, January 20. The AFC game will be played at 3:05 p.m. ET on CBS, while the NFC game will be played at 6:40 p.m. ET on Fox.

Super Bowl

The National Football League (NFL) playoffs are a single-elimination tournament held after the NFL’s regular season to determine the league’s champion. The playoffs were first implemented in 1933, when the NFL was formed. As of 2021, the tournament consists of 14 teams: the six division winners and the two wild-card teams.

Who’s playing?

The NFC playoffs will feature the top seeds in each conference: the New Orleans Saints and the Los Angeles Rams. The Saints are coming in hot, having won nine of their last 10 games. The Rams had a bit of a stumble down the stretch, losing to the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears, but they’re still a dangerous team. In the AFC, things are a little more wide open. The Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots are the top seeds, but the Los Angeles Chargers and Baltimore Ravens are both capable of making a run at the Super Bowl.

What are the matchups?

The National Football League (NFL) playoffs are a single-elimination tournament held after the regular season to determine the NFL champion. Six teams from each of the league’s two conferences qualify for the playoffs. A interchangeable seeding system determines the playoff schedule.

In the Wild Card round, the third seed hosts the sixth seed and the fourth seed hosts the fifth seed. The top two seeds from each conference receive a bye in this round. In the Divisional round, the top seed in each conference hosts the lowest remaining seed from the Wild Card round, while which second seed hosts other team left over. The two remaining teams from each conference then face each other in Conference Championship games, hosted by whoever has home-field advantage for that game.

What’s at stake?

The Super Bowl is the biggest and most important American football game of the year. It is the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL). The game is played by the two best teams in the NFL, who compete for the Lombardi Trophy.

In order to play in the Super Bowl, a team must first make it through the playoffs. The playoffs are a series of elimination games that culminate in the Super Bowl. The teams that make it to the playoffs are seeded according to their records during the regular season.

The four teams that earn a bye in the first round of the playoffs are seeded as follows:
1. The team with the best record in each conference earns a bye to the divisional round.
2. The team with the second-best record in each conference earns a bye to the divisional round.
3. The two remaining division winners with the best records earn byes to the divisional round.
4. The two remaining division winners with the second-best records earn byes to Wild Card weekend.

The four teams that play in Wild Card weekend are seeded as follows:
1) The two Wild Card qualifiers with the best records play each other.
2) The two Wild Card qualifiers with then next-best records play each other.

The winner of each Wild Card game then moves on to play one of the four divisional playoff games. These four games pit a Division Winner against a Wild Card team, and are as follows:
1) The AFC 1 seed plays against a Wild Card team from either Conference.
2) The AFC 2 seed plays against a Wild Card team from either Conference.
3) The NFC 1 seed plays against a Wild Card team from either Conference.
4) The NFC 2 seed plays against aWild Card team from either Conference

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