32 teams are gone like every year in the play-off round of the National Football League (NFL) at the start. While in the past only ever twelve teams a ticket got for the final round, the procedure is different since 2020th Since then participate 14 teams at the desired play-offs, which simply means each for a franchise from the AFC and NFC, a First Round Bye.

After all, still 18 teams suffer the premature end of the regular season, which is extended to 18 days from game this season.

The play-off status:

AFC (American Football Conference):

Qualified:

1. Tennessee Titans (11: 5, winning AFC South)
2 . Kansas City Chiefs (11: 5, winning the AFC West)

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3 . Cincinnati Bengals (10: 6, winning AFC North)
4 . Buffalo Bills (10: 6, AFC East)
5 . New England Patriots (10: 6, AFC East)

In the race:

6 . Indianapolis Colts (9: 7, AFC South)
7 . Los Angeles Chargers (9: 7, AFC West)
8th. Las Vegas Raiders (9: 7, AFC West)
9 . Pittsburgh Steelers (7: 7: 1, AFC North)
10 . Baltimore Ravens (8: 8, AFC North)

Eliminated:

Miami Dolphins (8: 8, AFC East)
Cleveland Browns (7: 8, AFC North)
Denver Broncos (7: 9, AFC West)
Houston Texans (4:12, AFC South)
New York Jets (4:12, AFC East)
Jacksonville Jaguars (2:14, AFC South)

NFC (National Football Conference):

Qualified:

1. Green Bay Packers (13: 3, winning the NFC North — First Round Bye and Home field Advantage)
2 . Los Angeles Rams (12: 4, NFC West)
3 . Tampa Bay Buccaneers (12: 4, winning the NFC South)
4 . Dallas Cowboys (11: 5, NFC East winner)
5 . Arizona Cardinals (11: 5, NFC West)

6 . Philadelphia Eagles (9: 7, NFC East)

In the race:

7 . San Francisco 49ers (9: 7, NFC West)
8th. New Orleans Saints (8: 8, NFC South)

Eliminated:

Minnesota Vikings (7: 9, NFC North)
Atlanta Falcons (7: 9, NFC South)
Washington Football Team (6:10, NFC East)
Chicago Bears (6:10, NFC North)
Seattle Seahawks (6:10, NFC West)
Carolina Panthers (5:10, NFC South)
New York Giants (4:12, NFC East)
Detroit Lions (2: 13: 1, NFC North)

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