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NFL Playoffs and Super Bowl

NFL Intro (1 minute)
NFL Structure (2 minutes)
NFL Season (2 minutes)
NFL Playoffs and Super Bowl (2 minutes)
NFL Draft (1 minute)
NFL Players and Info you Should Know (3 minutes)
NFL Teams (4 minutes)

Playoffs & Super Bowl
At the end of the regular season, 12 teams advance to the playoffs-each of the eight division winners (AFC and NFC: North, South, East, and West) and four "wildcards." The wildcards are the two teams from each conference that have the best records, but did not win their respective conferences. The top two teams in each conference get a bye to the second round of the playoffs. In the first three rounds of the playoffs, teams play only within their conference to determine the AFC and NFC conference champions. These two teams then face off in the Super Bowl. Most people attend Super Bowl parties to watch the game with other fans. Commercial time during the Super Bowl is one of the most expensive slots because of its popularity. For more information on the Super Bowl, see our Super Bowl Cheat Sheet.


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