Nfl playoff bracket

Nfl playoff bracket


Nfl playoff bracket



The 2018 NFL playoff bracket can be found below with links to the NFL total wildcard round, NFL NFL divisional playoffs, NFL NFC playoffs, and Nfl Super Bowl.

The Bengals are riding high after ending their 31-year playoff drought after edging the Raiders in the wild card round. Cincinnati will come to Nashville featuring one of the NFL's best offenses, led by quarterback Joe Burrow, running back Joe Mixon and receivers Ja'Marr Chase, Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd. The Bengals will monitor the statuses of defensive end Trey Hendrickson and defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi this week. Hendrickson is the concussion protocol, while Ogunjobi sustained a foot injury against the Raiders. (Source: www.cbssports.com)

Wild Card

The 2018 NFL playoffs consist of four games that determine the field of teams for the postseason, who advances to the Divisional Round, and ultimately who will be the Super Bowl LII champion. The NFL 2019 season is scheduled to start on September 6 with a Thursday night game featuring the Tennessee Titans and the New York Jets on NBC.

With five of the six matchups for the wild-card round of the 2021 NFL playoffs played, the AFC side of the divisional-round bracket is set. All that's left is a final NFC game, as the Arizona Cardinals face the Los Angeles Rams on Monday night on ESPN, ABC, ESPN+ and ESPN Deportes. (Source: www.espn.com)


The divisional round of the National Football League started off with no bracket but with a little problem: in the wild-card round, the Minnesota Wild rolled over the Colorado Avalanche, so there was no wild-card winner. The result put a lot of stress on the Philadelphia Eagles, who were the Chicago Bears' opponent for the divisional round.

Just like that, one round of playoff football is already in the books. Well, almost. Monday night's NFC West rematch between the Cardinals and Rams will bring an official close to Super Wild Card Weekend. Then it's on to the divisional round, where the No. 1-seeded Packers and Titans will enter the dance as everyone looks to take one step closer to Super Bowl LVI. (Source:www.cbssports.com)


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