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Buffalo Bills. Pittsburgh Steelers. Since , each conference has been further divided into four divisions of four teams each. As of , qualification into the playoffs works as follows: .
If teams are tied having the same regular season won-lost-tied record , the playoff seeding is determined by a set of tie-breaking rules. The names of the first two playoff rounds date back to the postseason format that was first used in , when the league added a second wild-card team to each conference.
The first round of the playoffs is dubbed the wild-card round or wild-card weekend. In this round, the second-seeded division winner hosts the seventh-seeded wild card, the third hosts the sixth, and the fourth hosts the fifth.
There are no restrictions regarding teams from the same division matching up in any round. The top seed from each conference receives a bye in the first round which automatically advances them to the second round is dubbed the divisional round and hosts the lowest-remaining seed from the first round seed 4, 5, 6, or 7 , and the other two winners from the wild-card round play each other with the higher seed having home-field advantage.
The winners of those contests go on to face one another in the Super Bowl which is played at a pre-determined neutral site.
Thus, if both teams need to host playoff games on the same weekend, they are required to play on separate days, even during the Conference Championship round when both games are normally scheduled the same day.
The only time such a scheduling conflict has occurred was during Wild Card weekend in , when only 10 teams qualified for the postseason and there were only two wild-card games.
Instead of playing both Wild Card games on the same day, as was the case when the team system was used from to , the Jets hosted their game Saturday, December 28, before the Giants hosted their game on Sunday, December Often, teams will finish a season with identical records.
It becomes necessary, therefore, to devise means to break these ties , either to determine which teams will qualify for the playoffs, or to determine seeding in the playoff tournament.
The rules below are applied in order until the tie is broken. If three teams are tied for one playoff spot and the third team is eliminated at any step, the tie breaker reverts to step one for the remaining two teams.
If multiple playoff spots are at stake, the rules are applied in order until the first team qualifies, then the process is started again for the remaining teams.
The tie-breaking rules have changed over the years, with the most recent changes being made in to accommodate the league's realignment into eight four-team divisions; record vs.
The current tiebreakers are as follows, with coin tosses used if all of the criteria fail: . The NFL introduced overtime for any divisional tiebreak games beginning in , and for championship games beginning in The first postseason game to be played under these rules was the NFL Championship Game between the Baltimore Colts and New York Giants the so-called "Greatest Game Ever Played" , decided by a one-yard touchdown run by Colts fullback Alan Ameche after eight minutes and fifteen seconds of extra time.
In March , the NFL amended its rules for postseason overtime, with the rule being extended into the regular season in March If a team scores a touchdown, or if the defense scores a safety on its first possession, it is declared the winner.
If it scores a field goal on its first possession, however, it then kicks off to the opposing team, which has an opportunity to score; if the score is tied again after that possession, true sudden death rules apply and whoever scores next will win.
True sudden death rules would continue for a second and subsequent overtime periods. Since postseason games cannot end in a tie, unlike the preseason or regular season, additional overtime periods are played as necessary until a winner is determined.
Furthermore, all clock rules apply as if a game had started over. Therefore, if the first overtime period ends with the score still tied, the teams switch ends of the field prior to the second overtime.
If a game was still tied with two minutes to go in the second 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 the second overtime, there would be a kickoff to start a third overtime period. The longest NFL game played to date is 82 minutes, 40 seconds: Miami Dolphins kicker Garo Yepremian made the walk-off yard field goal after of the second overtime to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs , 27—24, in an AFC playoff game on December 25, 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.