NFL Playoff Tickets

2016 NFL Playoffs

Super Bowl 49 gave fans one of the games best in recent years as Tom Brady and the Patriots held on to beat Seattle and capture their 4th Super Bowl win. February 7, 2016 will mark the San Francisco Bay Area's first time to host the game in over 30 years as Super Bowl 50 heads to Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

 
AFC
NFC
AFC Wild Card
January 2016
#4 Texans
#5 Chiefs
January 2016
#3 Bengals
#6 Steelers
NFC Wild Card
January 2016
#4 Redskins
#5 Packers
January 2016
#3 Vikings
#6 Seahawks
AFC Divisional
January 2016
#2 Patriots
#5 Chiefs
NFC Divisional
January 2016
#1 Panthers
#6 Seahawks
January 2016
#2 Cardinals
#5 Packers
Super Bowl 50
Febuary 7, 2016
Conference Championship
AFC Championship
#1 Broncos
#2 Patriots
January 2016
 

AFC Championship Game

  • Date: January 2016
  • Teams New England Patriots vs Denver Broncos
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The AFC Playoffs have come down to two powerhouse franchises and will feature maybe the last chapter of the historic rivalry between Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. The New England Patriots advanced to an unprecedented 5th straight AFC Championship game, by defeating the Kansas City Chiefs, and will travel to Denver to face the top seeded Broncos. Peyton Manning and the Broncos did just enough to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers, and will be playing possibly Manning’s last home playoff game. The Patriots are looking to defend their Super Bowl Championship from a year ago, while the Broncos will try and win their 2nd AFC title in 3 years.

AFC Playoff Teams

NFC Championship Game

  • Date: January 2016
  • Teams Arizona Cardinals vs Carolina Panthers
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The NFC Divisional Rounds ended with the top two teams in the NFC advancing to the NFC Championship Game. The Arizona Cardinals survived a late game surge by the Green Bay Packers to advance to the NFC Championship Game for the first time since 2008. The Cardinals will travel to Bank of America Field to take on the #1 seeded Carolina Panthers, who will play for the NFC crown for the first time since 2005. Both the Cardinals and the Panthers are attempting to win their first ever Super Bowl, and will be playing in the most important game for both franchises in over half a decade.

NFC Playoff Teams

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