2019 NFL Playoff Bracket
Super Bowl LIV is coming.
The road to Super Bowl LIV, and through our 2019 NFL Playoff bracket, goes through both Baltimore and San Francisco.
Could we be in for a rematch of Super Bowl XLVII? If the top seeds in each conference wins, that’s exactly where we are heading, but a lot of football must be played first.
Hot off the presses, just finalized on December 29, 2019, the bracket for the 2019 NFL postseason is below. The time for a playoff picture is over, and it’s not a picture so much as it’s reality. Predictions to follow in the coming days.
2019 NFL Playoff Bracket
Seed Lists in the 2019 NFL Playoffs
|1||Balitmore Ravens||14-2||AFC North champions|
|2||Kansas City Chiefs||12-4||AFC West champions|
|3||New England Patriots||12-4||AFC East champions|
|4||Houston Texans||10-6||AFC South champions|
|1||San Francisco 49ers||13-3||NFC West champions|
|2||Green Bay Packers||13-3||NFC North champions|
|3||New Orleans Saints||13-3||NFC South champions|
|4||Philadelphia Eagles||9-7||NFC East champions|
Wild Card Weekend Results
Houston 22, Buffalo 19 (OT). Both teams tried to screw the ending up worse than the other, but when the dust settled, Buffalo won that battle, therefore losing the game.
Tennessee 20, New England 13. This was the biggest shock of the first round: Tom Brady and Bill Belichick in Foxboro losing on Wild Card Weekend. Not only that, but the Pats looked hapless on offense, getting shut out in the second half.
Minnesota 26, New Orleans 20 (OT). Kirk Cousins outduelled Drew Brees at the Superdome in a weekend full of surprises.
Seattle 17, Philadelphia 9. The Seattle defense was dominant as the Seahawks do not look like any ordinary five seed.
Divisional Weekend Results
San Francisco 27, Minnesota 10. The magic wore off for Minnesota as they had no answers for the 49ers defense.
Tennessee 28, Baltimore 12. This may officially be a Cinderella run for the Titans, who have just knocked out two of the biggest dogs in the postseason in their buildings. Baltimore shaved the deficit to 16 but this was a woodshed job.
Kansas City 51, Houston 31. Depending on your perspective, this was either an amazing comeback or an embarrassing collapse. Houston led the game 24-0, and then Kansas City outscored them 51-7 the rest of the way. Mahomes is slinging it like he’s still in the Big 12.
Green Bay 28, Seattle 23. Aaron Rodgers made several clutch throws late to prevent a Seattle comeback.