Nfl playoffs uhrzeit

nfl playoffs uhrzeit

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If, at the end of the regular season, two or more clubs in the same division finish with the best won-lost-tied percentage, the following steps will be taken until a champion is determined.

Three or More Clubs: If two clubs remain tied after one or more clubs are eliminated during any step, tie-breaker re-starts at Step One of two-club format.

If three clubs remain tied after a fourth club is eliminated during any step, tie-breaker re-starts at Step One of three-club format.

If it is necessary to break ties to determine the two Wild-Card clubs from each conference, the following steps will be taken.

When the first Wild-Card team has been identified, the procedure is repeated to name the second Wild-Card, i. In situations where three or more teams from the same division are involved in the procedure, the original seeding of the teams remains the same for subsequent applications of the tie breaker if the top-ranked team in that division qualifies for a Wild-Card berth.

If ties exist in any grouping except 2 above, such ties shall be broken by strength-of-schedule. If any ties cannot be broken by strength-of-schedule, the divisional or conference tie-breakers, if applicable, shall be applied.

Any ties that still exist shall be broken by a coin flip. Clubs not participating in the playoffs shall select in the first through 20th positions in reverse standings order.

The Super Bowl winner is last and Super Bowl loser is next-to-last. The losers of the Conference Championship games shall select 29th and 30th based on won-lost-tied percentage.

The losers of the Divisional playoff games shall select 25th through 28th based on won-lost-tied percentage.

The losers of the Wild Card games shall select 21st through 24th based on won-lost-tied percentage. Through Week 10 Thursday game. Seeds Tiebreaker Explanations Tiebreaker Rules Projected Draft Order To view each team's tiebreaker explanations, scenarios and remaining schedule, click on the team name.

Jets are ahead of Denver based on head to head Chicago is ahead of Washington based on conference record to the Redskins' Atlanta is ahead of Seattle and Philadelphia based on conference record Falcons' to the Seahawks' and the Eagles' Seattle is ahead of Philadelphia based on conference record to the Eagles' Tampa Bay and Dallas are ahead of Detroit based on conference record Buccaneers' and Cowboys' to the Lions' Tampa Bay is ahead of Dallas based on strength of victory.

Dallas is ahead of Detroit based on head to head Tiebreaker Rules The six postseason participants from each conference will be seeded as follows: The division champion with the best record.

The division champion with the second-best record. The division champion with the third-best record. The division champion with the fourth-best record.

The Wild Card club with the best record. The Wild Card club with the second-best record. However, Pittsburgh failed to recover their ensuing onside kick attempt, resulting in Jacksonville getting the ball back on the Steelers' yard line and leading to a yard Josh Lambo field goal that put the Jaguars up 45— Pittsburgh then drove 75 yards in 10 plays, including a yard completion from Roethlisberger to Brown.

He ended up throwing a four-yard touchdown pass to JuJu Smith-Schuster , but by then, one second remained. Bortles completed 14 of 26 passes for yards and a touchdown.

Fournette was the top rusher of the game with 25 carries for yards and three touchdowns, along with two receptions for 10 yards.

Setting several franchise playoff records, [14] Roethlisberger completed 37 of 58 passes for yards — the second highest total in NFL postseason history, behind Bernie Kosar 's yard tally, [14] from January — with five touchdowns and an interception.

Bell rushed for 67 yards and a touchdown, while also catching nine passes for 88 yards, while Brown caught seven passes for yards and two touchdowns.

Tight end Vance McDonald also went over yards receiving, making 10 receptions for yards. The Steelers lost despite gaining yards of total offense, the most yards gained by a losing team in a playoff game this record would later be surpassed by the Patriots in Super Bowl LII.

Ben Roethlisberger became the first NFL quarterback in a playoff game to throw for 5 touchdowns in a losing effort.

Following the game, the Steelers were criticized by their fans and the media for looking past the Jaguars to the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, which, had the Steelers won, would've been the 2nd consecutive AFC Championship meeting between the 2 teams.

Bank Stadium , Minneapolis, Minnesota. Vikings quarterback Case Keenum 's yard pass to Stefon Diggs on the game's final play sent them to the NFC title game for the first time since the season and marked the first time in the NFL postseason that a game was won with a touchdown on the final play of regulation.

The game has been referred to as the " Minneapolis Miracle. Minnesota dominated the first half, building up a 17—0 lead. The Saints had to punt on their opening drive, and Marcus Sherels returned the ball 19 yards to the Vikings' yard line before being tackled by punter Thomas Morstead.

The Vikings then drove 55 yards in eight plays, including a yard catch by Jarius Wright on third-and-3, to score on Jerick McKinnon 's yard touchdown run.

The next time they got the ball, two pass interference penalties on defensive back Ken Crawley gave the Vikings 54 yards on a yard drive that ended with Kai Forbath 's yard field goal, increasing their lead to 10—0.

Following two more possessions, Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo intercepted a pass from Drew Brees , giving Minnesota the ball on their own yard line with 1: Keenum went 5-of-7 for 54 yards on a yard drive that ended with Latavius Murray 's one-yard touchdown run, giving the Vikings a 17—0 lead.

New Orleans responded with a drive to the Vikings' yard line, but lost their chance to score when Brees threw a pass that was tipped at the line by Everson Griffen and intercepted by linebacker Anthony Barr.

Then after a punt, Brees led the team to the Minnesota yard line. But after two incompletions, Brees was sacked by safety Harrison Smith for a yard loss, and Wil Lutz missed a yard field goal attempt with 26 seconds left in the half.

The Vikings would also get a field goal try before halftime, which resulted in Forbath missing from 49 yards out.

Minnesota took the opening kickoff and drove to the Saints' yard line. However, in what turned out to be a crucial turning point, Keenum was sacked by Sheldon Rankins for a yard loss on third down, pushing the team out of field goal range.

New Orleans took the ball back and drove 80 yards in 12 plays, featuring a yard reception by receiver Michael Thomas. Brees finished the drive with a yard touchdown pass to Thomas, putting New Orleans on the board at 17—7.

Then on the first play after the kickoff, Keenum threw a pass that was intercepted by rookie safety Marcus Williams , who returned it 12 yards to the Vikings' yard line.

New Orleans then drove for another touchdown, scoring on Brees' three-yard pass to Thomas that narrowed the gap to 17—14 with Minnesota responded with a seven-play, yard drive that included a yard completion from Keenum to Wright and ended on Forbath's yard field goal that increased the Vikings' lead to 20— Furthermore, Saints coach Sean Payton lost two timeouts on the drive as a result of failed replay challenges.

After forcing the Saints to punt, the Vikings ran the clock under six minutes before having to kick the ball back to New Orleans.

Saints lineman George Johnson blocked the punt, enabling his team to take over on the Vikings' yard line. From there, Brees completed four consecutive passes, the last one a yard touchdown completion to running back Alvin Kamara , giving them their first lead of the game at 21—20 with 3: Undaunted, the Vikings stormed back, mainly on the strength of a yard Adam Thielen reception, moving the ball to the Saints yard line, where Forbath made a yard field goal that gave the team a 23—21 lead with 1: Brees was able to answer, throwing an yard pass to tight end Josh Hill , an yard pass to Ted Ginn Jr.

Minnesota eventually halted the drive on their own yard line, where Lutz kicked a yard field goal.

The Vikings were now down 24—23 with 25 seconds and one timeout left. After a touchback and a false start penalty put the ball on the yard line, Keenum completed a yard pass to Diggs on the yard line, where the team promptly called their last timeout.

Following two incomplete passes, they faced third-and with 10 seconds left. Williams was in front of Diggs when he made the catch, but while trying to make a tackle, he completely missed Diggs and instead collided with Crawley, leaving the receiver with no one around him.

Diggs nearly fell over at this point, but was able to stay on his feet by using his off-hand and stay in bounds as he ran all the way to the end zone for a yard touchdown completion to give the Vikings a 29—24 win.

After several minutes of pandemonium, the Vikings knelt on the extra point try to close out the victory. Keenum completed 25 of 40 passes for yards, a touchdown and an interception.

Diggs was the game's leading receiver with six receptions for yards and a touchdown. Like Keenum, Brees also finished the game of, but for yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions.

Kamara rushed for 43 yards, while also catching six passes for 72 yards and a touchdown. New England overcame a point deficit in the fourth quarter to earn the franchise's 10th Super Bowl appearance.

On the opening drive of the game, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady completed a yard pass to Brandin Cooks and a yard pass to wide receiver Danny Amendola on fourth-and-1 as the team drove 62 yards in 10 plays to score on Stephen Gostkowski 's yard field goal.

Following a pair of punts, Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles completed two passes to running back Corey Grant for 44 total yards as the team drove 76 yards in seven plays to take a 7—3 lead on a four-yard touchdown pass to tight end Marcedes Lewis on the second play of the second quarter.

The next time they got the ball, Bortles completed all four pass attempts for 47 yards, one of them a yard completion to Allen Hurns , as the team drove 77 yards in 10 plays to score on Leonard Fournette 's four-yard touchdown run, increasing their lead to 14—3.

On the Jaguars' next drive, they moved the ball to a third-and-7 on the Patriots' yard line. Bortles completed a yard pass to Lewis that would have picked up a first down, but the team was flagged for a delay of game and Bortles was sacked by Adam Butler on the next play.

New England got the ball on their own yard line with 2: Church drew a yard penalty, and Gronkowski was escorted off for medical testing that determined that he had suffered a concussion.

Jacksonville received the second half kickoff and drove 39 yards in nine plays, with 20 yards from a reception by fullback Tommy Bohanon.

Josh Lambo finished the drive with a yard field goal, increasing his team's lead to 17— Later in the period, the Jaguars advanced 66 yards in 11 plays, including 18 yards on a completion from Bortles to Marqise Lee on third-and On the second play of the fourth quarter, Lambo scored with a yard field goal, making the score 20— The game seemed to be slipping away from New England, particularly on their ensuing drive when linebacker Myles Jack forced and recovered a fumble from Dion Lewis on a trick play in which Amendola completed a forward pass to Lewis on the Jacksonville yard line.

However, the New England defense rose to the occasion and forced a three-and-out. Taking the ball back on the Patriots' yard line, Brady started the drive with an yard pass to Cooks, and then converted a third-and with a yard completion to Amendola on the yard line.

From there, Brady completed passes to Phillip Dorsett for 31 yards and Amendola for 14 yards before finishing the drive with a nine-yard touchdown pass to Amendola, making the score 20— Following a pair of punts, Ryan Allen 's yard kick pinned the Jaguars back at their own yard line.

The Jaguars lost one yard over their next three plays, and then Amendola returned Brad Nortman 's yard punt 20 yards to the Jacksonville yard line with 4: From there, New England drove 30 yards in five plays, scoring on Brady's four-yard touchdown pass to Amendola to take a 24—20 lead with 2: After taking the ball back, Bortles' yard completion to Dede Westbrook gave the Jaguars a first down on the Patriots' yard line.

But over the next two plays, Bortles threw an incompletion and then fumbled the ball while being sacked by linebacker Kyle Van Noy.

Jacksonville tackle Cam Robinson recovered the fumble, but the team lost nine yards on the play, bringing up third-and After a four-yard pass to James O'Shaughnessy , Bortles' next pass was swatted away by Stephon Gilmore , causing a turnover on downs with 1: New England got a key first down on third-and with an yard run by Lewis that let them run out the clock.

Brady completed 26 of 38 passes for yards and two touchdowns, Cooks was the top receiver of the game with six receptions for yards, while Amendola caught seven passes for 84 yards and two touchdowns, and also returning two punts for 24 yards.

Van Noy had nine tackles — including five solo tackles — a sack and a forced fumble. Bortles completed 23 of 36 passes for yards and a touchdown, while Fournette was the leading rusher of the game with 76 yards and a touchdown and Hurns was the Jaguars' leading receiver with six receptions for 80 yards.

This was the first time a Super Bowl host team had appeared in the conference championship. Although the Vikings scored with their opening drive, they were soon buried by Philadelphia, who racked up total yards and 38 unanswered points.

Meanwhile, the Vikings' seven drives after their game-opening touchdown would result in three punts, two interceptions, two turnovers on downs, and one lost fumble.

Minnesota drove 75 yards in nine plays on their first possession, taking a 7—0 lead with Case Keenum 's yard touchdown pass to tight end Kyle Rudolph.

The Eagles had to punt on their next drive, but after moving the ball to the yard line, Keenum threw a pass that was intercepted by cornerback Patrick Robinson and returned 50 yards for a touchdown.

Following a Vikings punt, Philadelphia drove 75 yards in 12 plays to take a 14—7 lead. Jay Ajayi started the drive with two carries for 20 yards, while Nick Foles converted a third-and with an yard completion to Zach Ertz and LeGarrette Blount finished the drive with an yard rushing score on the third play of the second quarter.

Later on, the Vikings drove to a third-and-5 on the Eagles' yard line. But on the next play, Derek Barnett forced a fumble while sacking Keenum and defensive end Chris Long recovered the ball.

Philadelphia then drove 76 yards in six plays, scoring on Foles' yard touchdown pass to Alshon Jeffery to go up 21—7 with 3: Following a punt, the Eagles got the ball on their yard line with 29 seconds on the clock.

Foles started the drive with an yard pass to Ajayi, who managed to get out of bounds, before throwing a yard completion on Ertz on the Vikings' yard line.

On the next play, Foles' yard completion to Ajayi moved the ball to the 20 yard line with four seconds left, where Jake Elliott kicked a yard field goal, making the score 24—7 at halftime.

The Eagles increased their lead to 31—7 less than five minutes into the second half, scoring with Foles' yard touchdown pass to Torrey Smith on a flea-flicker play.

The Vikings responded with a drive to a first-and-goal on the Eagles' seven-yard line. After three incomplete passes, Keenum threw a pass to Adam Thielen that was initially ruled a touchdown, but overturned to an incomplete pass after replays showed the ball had hit the ground, causing a turnover on downs.

The Eagles took over and drove 92 yards in 12 plays, including a yard completion from Foles to Nelson Agholor on third-and Foles finished the drive with a five-yard touchdown pass to Jeffery on the second play of the fourth quarter, making the score 38—7.

The Vikings had only two drives on the final period, one of them ending with a turnover on downs and another with an interception by Eagles defensive back Corey Graham.

Foles completed 26 of 33 passes for yards and three touchdowns, Ertz was the leading receiver of the game with eight receptions for 93 yards, while Jeffery caught five passes for 85 yards and two touchdowns.

Ajayi rushed for 73 yards and caught three passes for 26 yards. Keenum finished the game of for yards and a touchdown, with two interceptions, while Jerick McKinnon was the Vikings' leading rusher with 40 yards, and their leading receiver with 11 receptions for 86 yards.

In contrast to the Minneapolis Miracle the week before for the Vikings, this game would garner the nickname "Minneapolis Massacre".

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First quarter No scoring plays. JAX — Josh Lambo yard field goal, 0: Fourth quarter No scoring plays. New Orleans Saints — Game summary.

CAR — Graham Gano yard field goal, 2: CAR — Graham Gano yard field goal, 0: NO — Wil Lutz yard field goal, 6: Philadelphia Eagles — Game summary. PHI — Jake Elliott yard field goal, 0: New England Patriots — Game summary.

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Minnesota Vikings — Game summary. MIN — Kai Forbath yard field goal, 4: MIN — Kai Forbath yard field goal, MIN — Kai Forbath yard field goal, 1: NO — Wil Lutz yard field goal, 0: First quarter NE — Stephen Gostkowski yard field goal, 9: NE — Stephen Gostkowski yard field goal, 4: NE — Stephen Gostkowski yard field goal, 7: NE — James White yard run kick failed, wide left , 2: PHI — Jake Elliott yard field goal, 1: Numbers show Patriots' dominance".

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The NFL playoffs are not based on a pure bracket system. In the divisional playoffs, the No. There are no restrictions on intra-division games and the higher seed of any matchup will have home-field advantage.

The following procedures will be used to break standings ties for postseason playoffs and to determine regular-season schedules.

Tie games count as one-half win and one-half loss for both clubs. If, at the end of the regular season, two or more clubs in the same division finish with the best won-lost-tied percentage, the following steps will be taken until a champion is determined.

Three or More Clubs: If two clubs remain tied after one or more clubs are eliminated during any step, tie-breaker re-starts at Step One of two-club format.

If three clubs remain tied after a fourth club is eliminated during any step, tie-breaker re-starts at Step One of three-club format.

If it is necessary to break ties to determine the two Wild-Card clubs from each conference, the following steps will be taken.

When the first Wild-Card team has been identified, the procedure is repeated to name the second Wild-Card, i. In situations where three or more teams from the same division are involved in the procedure, the original seeding of the teams remains the same for subsequent applications of the tie breaker if the top-ranked team in that division qualifies for a Wild-Card berth.

If ties exist in any grouping except 2 above, such ties shall be broken by strength-of-schedule. If any ties cannot be broken by strength-of-schedule, the divisional or conference tie-breakers, if applicable, shall be applied.

Any ties that still exist shall be broken by a coin flip. Clubs not participating in the playoffs shall select in the first through 20th positions in reverse standings order.

The Super Bowl winner is last and Super Bowl loser is next-to-last. The losers of the Conference Championship games shall select 29th and 30th based on won-lost-tied percentage.

The losers of the Divisional playoff games shall select 25th through 28th based on won-lost-tied percentage. The losers of the Wild Card games shall select 21st through 24th based on won-lost-tied percentage.

Through Week 10 Thursday game. If a game was still tied with two minutes to go in double overtime, there would be a two-minute warning but not during the first overtime period as in the regular season.

And if it were still tied at the end of double overtime, there would be a kickoff to start triple overtime. The longest NFL game played to date is 82 minutes, 40 seconds: Miami Dolphins kicker Garo Yepremian made the winning yard field goal after 7: From the league's founding in until , there was no scheduled championship game.

From —, the championship was awarded to a team by a vote of team owners at the annual owners' meeting. From —, the team having the best winning percentage was awarded the championship the de facto standard owners had been using anyway.

As each team played a different number of games, simply counting wins and losses would have been insufficient. There was a head-to-head tiebreaker, which also was weighted toward the end of the season: In , the Chicago Bears 6—1—6 and the Portsmouth Spartans 6—1—4 were tied at the end of the season with the identical winning percentage of.

An additional game was therefore needed to determine a champion. It was agreed that the game would be played in Chicago at Wrigley Field , but severe winter weather and fear of a low turnout forced the game to be moved indoors to Chicago Stadium.

The game was played under modified rules on a shortened yard dirt field, and the Bears won with a final score of 9—0.

The loss gave the Spartans a final winning percentage of. While there is no consensus that this game was a real "championship" game or even a playoff game , it generated considerable interest and led to the creation of the official NFL Championship Game in Given the interest of the impromptu "championship game", and the desire of the league to create a more equitable means of determining a champion, the league divided into two conferences beginning in The winners of each conference the first place teams in the conferences met in the NFL Championship Game after the season.

There was no tie-breaker system in place; any ties in the final standings of either conference resulted in a playoff game being played in , , , two games in , and one each in , , , and Since the venue and date of the championship game were often not known until the last game of the season had been played, these playoff games sometimes resulted in delaying the end of the season by one week.

The playoff structure used from to was considered inequitable by some because of the number of times it failed to match the teams with the two best records in the championship game, as only the conference winners would qualify for playoff contention.

Four times between and in , , , and the team with the second-best win-loss record did not qualify for the playoffs while the team with the best record in the other conference, but only the third-best in the league, would advance to the championship game.

For the NFL season , the NFL expanded to 16 teams, and split its two conferences into two divisions each, with four teams in each division.

The four division champions would advance to the NFL playoffs, and to remain on schedule, a tie-breaker system was introduced.

The first round of playoffs determined the conference's champion and its representative in the NFL Championship Game, played the following week.

Thus, was the first season there was a scheduled playoff tournament to determine the teams to play for the NFL Championship. During the three years —69 that this playoff structure was in effect, there was one use of the tie-breaker system.

The Colts came into the last game of the season undefeated, but were beaten by the Rams. This event figured into the decision in to include a wild-card team in the playoff tournament after the AFL—NFL merger.

During the s, a third-place playoff game was played in Miami , called the Playoff Bowl. It was contested in early January following the — 69 seasons.

Though official playoff games at the time they were played, the NFL now officially classifies these ten games and statistics as exhibitions, not as playoff games.

There was no tie-breaker system in place, so ties atop the Eastern Division final standings in and Western Division in necessitated playoff games to determine each division's representative in the championship.

For the season, a first round was added whereby each division winner played the second-place team from the other division. In its last year , the AAFC would merge its two conferences when one of its teams folded, and use a four-team playoff system.

In , the aforementioned issue of playoff inequity came into play when the San Francisco 49ers would miss the playoffs with a 12—2 record; they were in the same conference as the 14—0 Cleveland Browns , who would go on to win the Western Conference and then the AAFC's championship game against the 7—7 Buffalo Bills AAFC.

The success of the rival league would eventually lead to a full merger of the two leagues. When the leagues merged in , the new NFL with 26 teams reorganized into two conferences of three divisions each.

From the season to the season, four teams from each conference for a total of eight teams qualified for the playoffs each year.

These four teams included the three division champions, and a fourth wild-card team. Originally, the home teams in the playoffs were decided based on a yearly rotation.

The league did not institute a seeding system for the playoffs until , where the surviving clubs with the higher seeds were made the home teams for each playoff round.

However, two teams from the same division could not meet prior to the conference championship game. Following an expansion of the regular season from 14 to 16 games in the season , the league added one more wild-card team for each conference.

The two wild-card teams played the week before the division winners. The winner of this game played the top seeded division winner as was done from — The league continued to prohibit intra-divisional games in the divisional playoffs, but allowed such contests in the wild-card round.

During the strike-shortened season , only nine regular season games were played, and a modified playoff format was instituted. Divisional play was ignored there were some cases where division rivals had both games wiped out by the strike, although each division ultimately sent at least one team to the playoffs , and the top eight teams from each conference based on W-L-T record were advanced to the playoffs.

As a result, this became the first time that teams with losing records qualified for the playoffs: Several times between —89, the two wild-card games had to be played on different days.

Normally they both would be held on Sunday. In and , the games were split between Saturday and Monday because Sunday was Christmas, and the NFL had avoided playing on that day at the time.

In , both games were played in the Pacific Time Zone , so they had to be played on Saturday and Sunday to accommodate for time differences.

In , both the New York Giants and Jets hosted wild-card games. As they have shared a home stadium since , the games had to be played on different days.

For the season , a third wild-card team for each conference was added, expanding the playoffs to the current twelve teams. The lowest-seeded division winner was then "demoted" to the wild-card weekend.

Also, the restrictions on intra-divisional games during the divisional playoffs were removed. The season became the first time that playoff games were played in prime time.

With less than two minutes left in the third quarter, the Panthers started a yard drive in which Olsen caught three passes for 54 total yards, the last one a yard touchdown catch that cut the score to 24—19 after the two-point conversion failed.

Following a few punts, Brees' yard completion to Thomas gave the Saints a first down on the Carolina 5-yard line, where they went on to score with Kamara's 2-yard touchdown run and go up 31—19 with 5: On the third play of the Panthers' next drive, Newton completed a short pass to running back Christian McCaffrey , who raced 56 yards for a touchdown, cutting the score to 31— New Orleans took the ball back and drove to a fourth-and-2 situation on the yard line at the two-minute warning.

Deciding to go for the first down, Brees threw a pass that was intercepted by safety Mike Adams , giving the ball back to the Panthers, though Adams' decision to intercept the ball instead of knocking the pass down ended up costing his team 16 yards.

Carolina then drove to the Saints' yard line. On second down, Newton was flagged for intentional grounding while throwing a pass to avoid a sack, bringing up third-and Then after an incompletion, safety Vonn Bell sacked Newton, forcing a turnover on downs with four seconds left.

Newton finished the game of for yards and two touchdowns, along with 37 yards on the ground. His top target was Olsen eight receptions for yards and a touchdown , who was one of four players in this game to have over receiving yards.

The others were McCaffrey six for yards and a touchdown , Thomas eight receptions for yards and Ginn four receptions for yards and a touchdown.

Brees was of for yards with two touchdowns and one interception. Bell had nine tackles — seven solo — and a sack. Philadelphia's defense recorded three sacks, held Atlanta to yards — 83 below their season average — and stopped the Falcons on four consecutive plays after a first-and-goal on their own 9-yard line in the final minutes to preserve a 15—10 win.

The Eagles seemed primed to score on their opening drive when a yard pass interference penalty on Falcons defensive back Brian Poole gave them the ball on the Falcons' yard line.

Atlanta then drove 59 yards in 12 plays to score on Matt Bryant 's yard field goal, giving them a 3—0 lead.

After the teams exchanged punts, Ajayi rushed four times for 26 yards and receiver Nelson Agholor ran for 21 yards on an end-around play as the team drove to a fourth-and-goal on the Atlanta 1-yard line.

On the next play, LeGarrette Blount finished the yard drive with a rush for the touchdown, putting the team up 6—3 with Atlanta had to punt on their next drive, but the ball bounced into Eagles blocker Bryan Braman and was recovered by Falcons linebacker LaRoy Reynolds on the Philadelphia yard line, where they went on to go up 10—6 with Matt Ryan 's six-yard touchdown pass to running back Devonta Freeman.

Following a punt from each team, Philadelphia got the ball on their own yard line with 46 seconds left in the half.

Quarterback Nick Foles then completed passes to Corey Clement , Torrey Smith and Alshon Jeffery for gains of 7, 20 and 15 yards, setting up Elliott's yard field goal, which cut the score to 10—9 at halftime.

With just under six minutes left in the third quarter, the Eagles got the ball on their own 7-yard line due to a yard punt by Matt Bosher.

From there, Foles completed 5 of 7 passes for 70 yards — Jeffery caught three of them for 46 — on a yard, play drive to take the lead at 12—10 with Elliott's yard field goal.

Elliott's ensuing kickoff went out of bounds, giving Atlanta good field position on their own yard line. On the next play, the last of the third quarter, Ryan was sacked for a yard loss by safety Rodney McLeod.

The Falcons ended up going three-and-out , and their defense was soon back on the field trying to contain another long Eagles drive. This one went for 14 plays and 80 yards, 32 of them on a reception by Ajayi, taking 7: Desmond Trufant managed to end the drive on the Falcons' 3-yard line by tackling Clement a yard short of a first down on third-and However, Elliott kicked his third field goal on the next play, giving Philadelphia a 15—10 lead with 6: Atlanta took the ball back and drove to a first down on the Eagles' 9-yard line, featuring a yard reception by Julio Jones on fourth-and After throwing incomplete passes on the next two plays, Ryan threw a seven-yard pass to Jones on the 2-yard line.

Filling in for injured starter Carson Wentz , Foles completed 23 of 30 passes for yards. Ryan completed 22 of 36 passes for yards and a touchdown.

Jones caught nine passes for yards, and rushed for 21 yards, while Tevin Coleman was the top rusher of the game with 10 carries for 79 yards, [10] while also catching a pass for 14 yards.

With the win, the Eagles won their first playoff game and advanced to their first NFC Championship appearance since , and their first at home since New England racked up eight sacks, yards, and 31 first downs as they advanced to their seventh consecutive AFC Championship game.

Midway through the first quarter, Tennessee drove 95 yards in 11 plays, featuring a yard completion from Marcus Mariota to tight end Delanie Walker.

Mariota finished the drive with a yard touchdown pass to Corey Davis , who made a running one-handed catch in the back corner of the end zone to put the Titans up 7—0.

However, the Patriots stormed right back, with Tom Brady completing five consecutive passes for 67 yards, the longest a yard completion to Dion Lewis and the last a five-yard shovel pass to James White for a touchdown that tied the score.

After a Tennessee punt, Brady completed three consecutive passes for 28 yards as the team drove 48 yards in six plays to go up 14—7 on White's six-yard touchdown run with 9: The next time New England got the ball, they had to punt after three plays, but a neutral zone infraction penalty on Titans defensive back Brynden Trawick gave them a first down.

Taking advantage of their second chance, they ended up driving 91 yards in 16 plays to take a 21—7 lead on Brady's six-yard touchdown pass to Chris Hogan.

Tennessee then drove to the Patriots' yard line; on fourth-and-1, Derrick Henry tried to run for a first down, but defensive backs Malcolm Butler and Stephon Gilmore tackled him for no gain.

With 17 seconds left, the Patriots were able to get to the Titans' yard line with time remaining, but Stephen Gostkowski missed a yard field goal attempt as time expired.

In the first half alone, Brady completed 21 of 31 passes for yards and two touchdowns. In the third quarter, Brett Kern 's yard punt from his own yard line gave the Patriots good field position on their yard line.

On the next play, Brady completed a yard pass to tight end Rob Gronkowski , and the team went on to increase their lead to 28—7 with Brandon Bolden 's two-yard touchdown run.

The next time New England got the ball, they went on a play, yard drive in which they only faced two third downs. Brady completed seven passes for 78 yards on the drive, the longest a yard throw to Danny Amendola , and finished it off with a four-yard touchdown toss to Gronkowski, making the score 35—7 with Before the end of the quarter, the Titans were able to make it 35—14 with Mariota's yard touchdown pass to Davis on fourth down at the end of an yard, play drive.

Lewis rushed for 62 yards, caught nine passes for 79 yards, and returned a kickoff for 27 yards. This game set the NFL postseason record for largest the age difference between opposing quarterbacks: Brady was 40 and Mariota was Jacksonville built up a 28—7 first-half lead and held off a second-half Steelers comeback to win the fourth highest scoring NFL playoff game.

The Jaguars drove 66 yards in eight plays on their opening drive, with Blake Bortles completing passes to tight ends Ben Koyack and James O'Shaughnessy for gains of 21 and 19 yards on the way to a one-yard fourth-down touchdown run by Leonard Fournette.

Later in the first quarter, linebacker Myles Jack intercepted a pass from Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger on the Pittsburgh yard line, and Fournette increased Jacksonville's lead to 14—0 with a touchdown run on the next play.

The Steelers responded with a drive to the Jacksonville yard line, but on fourth-and-1, running back Le'Veon Bell was tackled by Jalen Ramsey and Malik Jackson for a four-yard loss.

The Jaguars then drove 75 yards in 11 plays and scored on T. Yeldon 's 4-yard touchdown run, increasing their lead to 21—0 with just over 11 minutes left in the half.

This time, the Steelers responded with a yard scoring drive, featuring a yard run by Bell and ending on Roethlisberger's yard touchdown pass to Antonio Brown.

But the next time Pittsburgh got the ball, Roethlisberger lost a fumble while being sacked by Yannick Ngakoue.

Linebacker Telvin Smith recovered the ball and returned it 50 yards for a touchdown, making the score 28—7 with less than two minutes left until halftime.

However, the Jaguars were penalized 15 yards for excessive celebration, and then Cameron Sutton returned the ensuing kickoff 22 yards to the Jacksonville yard line.

Pittsburgh went on to drive 51 yards and cut their deficit to 28—14 on Roethlisberger's yard touchdown completion to Martavis Bryant with 25 seconds remaining.

The Steelers drove 77 yards in 10 plays on their opening drive of the second half, cutting their deficit to 28—21 with Roethlisberger's yard touchdown pass to Bell.

Early in the final period, the Steelers got the ball on the Jaguars' yard line due to a deflected punt, but ended up turning the ball over with an incomplete pass on fourth-and On the ensuing Jacksonville drive, Bortles' yard completion to Keelan Cole put them on the Steelers' 3-yard line, and Fournette ran the ball in for a touchdown on the next play, giving the Jaguars a 35—21 lead.

This was the start of a scoring run from both teams, cumulatively totaling 38 points in the fourth quarter. After Fournette's score, Roethlisberger started the next drive with a yard completion to Brown, and eventually ended it with a yard touchdown pass to Brown that cut the score to 35— Jacksonville stormed right back, moving the ball 75 yards in eight plays, one of them a yard completion from Bortles to Yeldon on third-and Fullback Tommy Bohanon caught a yard touchdown pass from Bortles with 4: The Steelers responded by moving the ball 75 yards in 12 plays, the longest a yard reception from Bell.

Bell finished the drive with an eight-yard touchdown run, reducing his team's deficit to 42—35 with 2: However, Pittsburgh failed to recover their ensuing onside kick attempt, resulting in Jacksonville getting the ball back on the Steelers' yard line and leading to a yard Josh Lambo field goal that put the Jaguars up 45— Pittsburgh then drove 75 yards in 10 plays, including a yard completion from Roethlisberger to Brown.

He ended up throwing a four-yard touchdown pass to JuJu Smith-Schuster , but by then, one second remained. Bortles completed 14 of 26 passes for yards and a touchdown.

Fournette was the top rusher of the game with 25 carries for yards and three touchdowns, along with two receptions for 10 yards.

Setting several franchise playoff records, [14] Roethlisberger completed 37 of 58 passes for yards — the second highest total in NFL postseason history, behind Bernie Kosar 's yard tally, [14] from January — with five touchdowns and an interception.

Bell rushed for 67 yards and a touchdown, while also catching nine passes for 88 yards, while Brown caught seven passes for yards and two touchdowns.

Tight end Vance McDonald also went over yards receiving, making 10 receptions for yards. The Steelers lost despite gaining yards of total offense, the most yards gained by a losing team in a playoff game this record would later be surpassed by the Patriots in Super Bowl LII.

Ben Roethlisberger became the first NFL quarterback in a playoff game to throw for 5 touchdowns in a losing effort.

Following the game, the Steelers were criticized by their fans and the media for looking past the Jaguars to the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, which, had the Steelers won, would've been the 2nd consecutive AFC Championship meeting between the 2 teams.

Bank Stadium , Minneapolis, Minnesota. Vikings quarterback Case Keenum 's yard pass to Stefon Diggs on the game's final play sent them to the NFC title game for the first time since the season and marked the first time in the NFL postseason that a game was won with a touchdown on the final play of regulation.

The game has been referred to as the " Minneapolis Miracle. Minnesota dominated the first half, building up a 17—0 lead. The Saints had to punt on their opening drive, and Marcus Sherels returned the ball 19 yards to the Vikings' yard line before being tackled by punter Thomas Morstead.

The Vikings then drove 55 yards in eight plays, including a yard catch by Jarius Wright on third-and-3, to score on Jerick McKinnon 's yard touchdown run.

The next time they got the ball, two pass interference penalties on defensive back Ken Crawley gave the Vikings 54 yards on a yard drive that ended with Kai Forbath 's yard field goal, increasing their lead to 10—0.

Following two more possessions, Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo intercepted a pass from Drew Brees , giving Minnesota the ball on their own yard line with 1: Keenum went 5-of-7 for 54 yards on a yard drive that ended with Latavius Murray 's one-yard touchdown run, giving the Vikings a 17—0 lead.

New Orleans responded with a drive to the Vikings' yard line, but lost their chance to score when Brees threw a pass that was tipped at the line by Everson Griffen and intercepted by linebacker Anthony Barr.

Then after a punt, Brees led the team to the Minnesota yard line. But after two incompletions, Brees was sacked by safety Harrison Smith for a yard loss, and Wil Lutz missed a yard field goal attempt with 26 seconds left in the half.

The Vikings would also get a field goal try before halftime, which resulted in Forbath missing from 49 yards out.

Minnesota took the opening kickoff and drove to the Saints' yard line. However, in what turned out to be a crucial turning point, Keenum was sacked by Sheldon Rankins for a yard loss on third down, pushing the team out of field goal range.

New Orleans took the ball back and drove 80 yards in 12 plays, featuring a yard reception by receiver Michael Thomas. Brees finished the drive with a yard touchdown pass to Thomas, putting New Orleans on the board at 17—7.

Then on the first play after the kickoff, Keenum threw a pass that was intercepted by rookie safety Marcus Williams , who returned it 12 yards to the Vikings' yard line.

New Orleans then drove for another touchdown, scoring on Brees' three-yard pass to Thomas that narrowed the gap to 17—14 with Minnesota responded with a seven-play, yard drive that included a yard completion from Keenum to Wright and ended on Forbath's yard field goal that increased the Vikings' lead to 20— Furthermore, Saints coach Sean Payton lost two timeouts on the drive as a result of failed replay challenges.

After forcing the Saints to punt, the Vikings ran the clock under six minutes before having to kick the ball back to New Orleans.

Saints lineman George Johnson blocked the punt, enabling his team to take over on the Vikings' yard line. From there, Brees completed four consecutive passes, the last one a yard touchdown completion to running back Alvin Kamara , giving them their first lead of the game at 21—20 with 3: Undaunted, the Vikings stormed back, mainly on the strength of a yard Adam Thielen reception, moving the ball to the Saints yard line, where Forbath made a yard field goal that gave the team a 23—21 lead with 1: Brees was able to answer, throwing an yard pass to tight end Josh Hill , an yard pass to Ted Ginn Jr.

Minnesota eventually halted the drive on their own yard line, where Lutz kicked a yard field goal. The Vikings were now down 24—23 with 25 seconds and one timeout left.

After a touchback and a false start penalty put the ball on the yard line, Keenum completed a yard pass to Diggs on the yard line, where the team promptly called their last timeout.

Following two incomplete passes, they faced third-and with 10 seconds left. Williams was in front of Diggs when he made the catch, but while trying to make a tackle, he completely missed Diggs and instead collided with Crawley, leaving the receiver with no one around him.

Diggs nearly fell over at this point, but was able to stay on his feet by using his off-hand and stay in bounds as he ran all the way to the end zone for a yard touchdown completion to give the Vikings a 29—24 win.

After several minutes of pandemonium, the Vikings knelt on the extra point try to close out the victory. Keenum completed 25 of 40 passes for yards, a touchdown and an interception.

Diggs was the game's leading receiver with six receptions for yards and a touchdown. Like Keenum, Brees also finished the game of, but for yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions.

Kamara rushed for 43 yards, while also catching six passes for 72 yards and a touchdown. New England overcame a point deficit in the fourth quarter to earn the franchise's 10th Super Bowl appearance.

On the opening drive of the game, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady completed a yard pass to Brandin Cooks and a yard pass to wide receiver Danny Amendola on fourth-and-1 as the team drove 62 yards in 10 plays to score on Stephen Gostkowski 's yard field goal.

Following a pair of punts, Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles completed two passes to running back Corey Grant for 44 total yards as the team drove 76 yards in seven plays to take a 7—3 lead on a four-yard touchdown pass to tight end Marcedes Lewis on the second play of the second quarter.

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