A National Football League playoff bracket consists of 12 slots for six teams from each conference, and teams are placed in their appropriate position based on the seeding that they received from their regular season rec... More »

An NFL playoff tree, or "bracket," features the names of the 12 teams qualifying for the postseason. The bracket is split into two sections of teams, each seeded 1 through 6 to represent participants from the AFC and NFC... More »

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As of 2014, the NFL Playoffs feature the top six teams from both the AFC and NFC. The four division winners in each conference automatically qualify for the postseason, with the next two teams qualifying as wild cards. More »

The Chicago Bears and the Arizona Cardinals are tied for the oldest teams in the National Football League, although both have experienced name changes. As of 2014, they are the only founding teams left in the league. More »

An NFL playoff tree, or "bracket," features the names of the 12 teams qualifying for the postseason. The bracket is split into two sections of teams, each seeded 1 through 6 to represent participants from the AFC and NFC... More »

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There are 12 teams in the National Football League that have never won a Super Bowl, including four teams that have never even played in the Super Bowl. The National Football Conference's Detroit Lions and the American F... More »

During his illustrious 20-year career in the National Football League, Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice played for three teams: the San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders and Seattle Seahawks. Rice played... More »