2017-2018 NFL Playoff Projections

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American Football Conference

1. New England Patriots

2. Pittsburgh Steelers

3. Kansas City Chiefs

4. Houston Texans

5. Oakland Raiders

6. Miami Dolphins

AFC Wild Card Round

Oakland Raiders vs. Houston Texans

These two teams met in last year’s AFC Wild Card Game, but if Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is healthy this time, the results will be much different.

Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs

The Dolphins have what it takes to make a good run in the playoffs, but they’ll draw a Chiefs team in the first round that won’t be denied.

AFC Divisional Playoffs

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Until the Chiefs find a way to get past the Steelers and Patriots, the second round of the playoffs will be as far as they can go.

Oakland Raiders vs. New England Patriots

The Raiders could be the heir apparent to the Patriots in the AFC, but they still have to wait their turn.

AFC Championship Game: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New England Patriots

It might be a new season and a more motivated Steelers team, but the result will be the same as last January.

National Football Conference

1. Green Bay Packers

2. Seattle Seahawks

3. Philadelphia Eagles

4. Carolina Panthers

5. New York Giants

6. Dallas Cowboys

NFC Wild Card Game

Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles

There is no love lost between the Cowboys and Eagles which will make this an intense battle.

New York Giants vs. Carolina Panthers

After coming up short in playoffs last season, Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. needs to redeem himself.

NFC Divisional Playoffs

New York Giants vs. Seattle Seahawks

Which Super Bowl winning quarterback will be able to do enough to help his team advance?

Dallas Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers

The networks will be salivating over covering this game as it’ll be the Cowboys and Packers meeting in January for the second consecutive year.

NFC Championship Game

Seattle Seahawks vs. Green Bay Packers

The Packers have been close, but will this be the year in they are finally able to get back to the Super Bowl?

Super Bowl 52-US Bank Stadium-Minneapolis, Minnesota: Green Bay Packers vs. New England Patriots

It will be must-see TV to have Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers playing each other in the Super Bowl, but Brady finds a way to win his unprecedented sixth Vince Lombardi Trophy.

 

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