2020 NFL Playoffs: what teams are in the AFC and NFC playoffs?
As the final action of the regular season ends, we now know the 14 teams that have qualified, with the Packers and Chiefs enjoying a bye for Wild Card Weekend.
With victory of the Washington Football Team over the Eagles in Philadelphia on Sunday night, we now have a clear picture of the post-season action ahead.
NFL Playoffs take shape: Chiefs and Packers top
In the National Conference, the Green Bay Packers will enjoy a bye in the wildcard round, while the Buccaneers will travel to the capital to face Washington, and Chicago qualified with an 8-8 record.
The AFC saw last year’s champions, and favourites to retain, Kansas City, take the number one spot, while Buffalo beat Miami to second place. Third place went to Pittsburgh while the Titans took AFC South, holding on to the 41-38 victory over the Houston Texans thanks to a pass from Ryan Tannehill to A.J. Brown, opening up a Sloman field goal.
The Ravens, Browns and Colts took the wild card positions as the Dolphins squandered a golden opportunity by falling 56-26 in their last game against Buffalo.
In the NFC, Green Bay ended up as the top seed after beating the Chicago 35-16, although the Bears still went through benefiting from Arizona's loss in Los Angeles.
How the AFC and NFC look:
1. Kansas City Chiefs 14-2
2. Buffalo Bills 13-3
3. Pittsburgh Steelers 12-4
4. Tennessee Titans 11-5
5. Baltimore Ravens 11-5
6. Cleveland Browns 11-5
7. Indianapolis Colts 11-5
1. Kansas City Chiefs - Bye
2. Buffalo Bills vs 7. Tennessee Titans
3. Pitsburgh Steelers vs 6. Cleveland Browns
4. Indianapolis Colts vs 5. Baltimore Ravens
1. Green Bay Packers 13-3
2. New Orleans Saints 12-4
3. Seattle Seahawks 12-4
4. Washington Football Team 7-9
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 11-5
6. Los Angeles Rams 10-6
7. Chicago Bears 8-8
1. Green Bay Packers - Bye
2. New Orleans Saints vs 7. Chicago Bears
3. Seattle Seahawks vs 6. Los Angeles Rams
4. Washington Football Team vs 5. Tampa Buccaneers