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Indianapolis Colts. Seattle Seahawks. New York Jets. Detroit Lions. Green Bay Packers. Los Angeles Chargers.
Atlanta Falcons. San Francisco 49ers. Washington Football Team. Philadelphia Eagles. New Orleans Saints. Buffalo Bills. Las Vegas. New England. Miami is ahead of Indianapolis based on conference record to the Colts' Las Vegas is ahead of Baltimore based on conference record to the Ravens' Denver is ahead of Houston based on conference record to the Texans' New Orleans.
The Raiders then drove 54 yards in 12 plays to make the score on Tyrone Wheatley 's 2-yard touchdown run. The next time Miami had the ball, they turned it over on downs at the Raiders In the fourth quarter, Oakland finished off the Dolphins by intercepting Fiedler twice, one by James and the other by Eric Allen.
Gannon completed 12 of 18 passes for yards and a touchdown, while also rushing for 31 yards. Miami running back Autry Denson had 5 kickoff returns for yards.
Even though they had only yards of total offense and six first downs, with quarterback Trent Dilfer completing just five of 16 passes, the Ravens broke a 10—10 tie in the fourth quarter with Anthony Mitchell 's yard blocked field goal touchdown return and Ray Lewis ' yard interception touchdown return.
The Titans scored first on the game's opening drive after marching 68 yards in 11 plays to reach the end zone on running back Eddie George 's 2-yard touchdown run.
But Baltimore tied the game early in the second quarter after Dilfer's yard pass to Shannon Sharpe set up running back Jamal Lewis ' 1-yard touchdown run.
Tennessee kicker Al Del Greco attempted two field goals before halftime, but his yard try was blocked and he missed a yard attempt.
The teams then traded field goals in the third quarter, with Tennessee getting their field goal following a blocked punt.
Early in the fourth quarter, Del Greco's field goal attempt was blocked, Mitchell caught the ball, and ran 90 yards to the end zone to give the Ravens a 17—10 lead.
This was the second postseason meeting between the Eagles and Giants. The Eagles never recovered after the Giants' Ron Dixon returned the opening kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown.
For the rest of the game, they gained only yards and scored 10 points, despite forcing three turnovers. New York also recorded six sacks. Philadelphia failed to get a first down on their first three possessions.
Then on the Eagles fourth drive, Torrance Small fumbled while being tackled by Shaun Williams , and Dave Thomas recovered the loose ball for New York on the Eagles yard line to set up Brad Daluiso 's yard field goal.
Two players later, the Eagles got the ball back when Damon Moore forced and recovered a fumble from running back Tiki Barber.
But the ensuing drive lasted barely a minute before cornerback Jason Sehorn made a diving interception from McNabb, then got back up and returned it 32 yards for a touchdown to increase the Giants lead to 17—0.
The Eagles finally caught a break when Brian Mitchell returned the following kickoff 34 yards to midfield, after which McNabb's yard completion to receiver Charles Johnson set up David Akers ' yard field goal before halftime, making the score 17—3.
In the third quarter the Eagles drove 75 yards to the New York yard line, only to have Akers miss a yard field goal attempt. After a few punts, New York drove 88 yards in 13 plays, including a yard completion from Kerry Collins to tight end Pete Mitchell.
Brad Daluiso finished the drive with a yard field goal that gave New York a lead on the last play of the quarter. Late in the fourth quarter the Eagles blocked a Giants punt.
New York receiver Amani Toomer recovered it, but then fumbled the ball, and Luther Broughton recovered it for the Eagles on the Giants 8-yard line.
Philadelphia then scored with McNabb's yard touchdown pass to Small, making the score 20—10, but their subsequent onside kick failed and the Giants held the ball for the rest of the game.
This was the third postseason meeting between the Vikings and Giants. Both teams split their first two meetings, the latter of which Minnesota won 23—22 in the NFC Wild Card playoffs.
Quarterback Kerry Collins led the Giants to victory by throwing for yards and five touchdowns in the most lopsided contest in NFC Championship Game history and the second-most lopsided conference title game ever after the AFC Championship Game.
Meanwhile, the Giants shut out the Vikings by limiting them to only offensive yards, sacking quarterback Daunte Culpepper four times, and forcing five turnovers, and handing the Vikings their first shutout and worst loss in their postseason history.
New York wide receiver Ike Hilliard had 10 receptions for yards and two touchdowns. The Minnesota sports community sometimes refers to this as "41—doughnut" after a post-game comment from Randy Moss: "I was just talking to Daunte, and to-doughnut, I think that's the worst defeat I've ever been in my life.
Minnesota got off to a bad start and never recovered. After the opening kickoff, Collins led the Giants 74 yards in just four plays, throwing a yard touchdown pass to Hilliard to give them a 7—0 lead less than two minutes into the game.
Then Giants defensive back Lyle West recovered a fumble from kick returner Moe Williams on the Vikings yard line and Collins capitalized with an yard touchdown pass to fullback Greg Comella on the next play, giving New York a 14—0 lead before the Vikings offense had even stepped onto the field.
Minnesota eventually got a chance to score when defensive back Robert Tate intercepted a pass from Collins and returned it to the Giants yard line.
But Culpepper soon returned the favor with a pass that was intercepted in the end zone by Emmanuel McDaniel.
Collins threw another interception on New York's following drive, this one to Don Morgan on the Vikings yard line. However, Minnesota could not advance the ball, and Mitch Berger 's yard punt gave the Giants great field position on the Minnesota yard line.
Collins then threw a yard pass to Amani Toomer that set up a Brad Daluiso field goal on the first play of the second quarter. The next time New York got the ball, Collins' yard completion to Ron Dixon set up an 8-yard touchdown pass to receiver Joe Jurevicius , making the score 24—0.
Then after a punt, New York drove 62 yards and scored another Daluiso field goal, aided by a yard run from Tiki Barber , and a yard pass interference penalty against defensive back Wasswa Serwanga.
On the last drive of the half, Hilliard caught four passes for 59 yards on a yard drive that ended with his 7-yard touchdown reception with 12 seconds left.
By the time the first half ended, New York had scored 34 points more than they had scored in any of their regular-season games and gained yards, while holding the Vikings to 45 yards.
In the third quarter, Culpepper lost a fumble while being sacked by safety Shaun Williams , and Cornelius Griffin recovered the ball on the Vikings 29, setting up Toomer's 7-yard touchdown reception to close out the scoring.
New York's defense would dominate the Vikings for the rest of the game, not allowing them to get beyond the Giants yard line. By starting this game, Collins became the sixth quarterback to start in the conference championship for two different franchises joining Craig Morton , Ron Jaworski , Doug Williams , Jay Schroeder and Joe Montana , which would later be joined by Kurt Warner and Peyton Manning.
This game was the final time the Giants won a playoff game at Giants Stadium. It was also their last playoff win at home until they defeated the Atlanta Falcons during the Wild Card round during the —12 NFL playoffs.
The Ravens forced four interceptions and held the Raiders offense to only total yards, 17 rushing yards, and three points.
Ravens kicker Matt Stover also made three field goals. Meanwhile, Raiders quarterback Rich Gannon was knocked out of the game by a ferocious hit from Baltimore defensive lineman Tony Siragusa.
He returned briefly in the second half, but was ineffective and was replaced by Bobby Hoying. Late in the first quarter, the Ravens had a great scoring opportunity when defensive back Robert Bailey intercepted a pass from Gannon at the Raiders yard line.
But Baltimore could only gain one yard with their next three plays and then Stover hit the right upright on a yard field goal attempt.
Oakland was forced to punt on their ensuing possession, and Shane Lechler 's yard kick pinned the Ravens deep in their own territory.
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. The format continued until the expansion and reorganization into eight divisions.
In this format from , as explained above , the four division winners and two wild cards are seeded 1—6, with the top two seeds receiving byes, and the highest seed in each round guaranteed to play the lowest seed.
Seedings also determine the home-field advantage. A limitation of the team format was that division winners, including one with a. Home field advantage does not guarantee success, however; during the —16 season , every road team won their respective playoff game, the first such occurrence in NFL history.
Calls to expand the playoffs to 14 teams began in Proponents of expansion noted the increased revenue that could be gained from an additional two playoff games.
They also noted that the team playoff system was implemented when the league still had 28 teams, four fewer than the expansion.
The opposition to such a move notes that an expansion of the playoffs would "water down" the field by giving access to lower-caliber teams.
Opponents to expansion further point to the NBA playoffs and the NHL playoffs where more than half of the teams qualify for the postseason, and there is often a decreased emphasis on regular season performance as a result.
However, by February , the Washington Post reported that support among team owners had eroded, and league leaders expressed reluctance to make a change until the end of the season.
The league eventually revisited and implemented the team playoff format in , placing a third wild-card team in each conference, and only giving the top seed a bye.
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