List of NFL franchise post-season streaks

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This is a list of National Football League franchise post-season appearance streaks. This list includes the all-time and the active consecutive playoff appearances. Aside from the NFL playoff appearance streaks, this list also includes Championship Game appearance streaks and the NFL championships win streak. Streaks from the AFL are also included.

The New England Patriots[1] hold the longest active consecutive playoff streak with 6 appearances, starting with the 2009–10 NFL playoffs. The Dallas Cowboys[2] hold the longest all-time consecutive playoff appearance record with nine appearances from 1975-1983. The Cowboys won one NFL championship during the streak. The Indianapolis Colts[3] tied this record with nine straight appearances and one championship from 2002-2010. The Green Bay Packers[4] hold the longest consecutive NFL title streak with three consecutive crowns. They did this once in the 1920s, before playoff games, and once in the 1960s, by winning seven playoff games during this three year championship streak .

The Patriots hold the record for most consecutive playoff games won. From 2001-2005, New England won 10 games in a row, including 3 Super Bowls.

Active streaks[edit]

NFL Playoffs appearance streaks[edit]

Appearance streaks updated through week 15 games, 2014 season.
0^0 Longest Streak in team history
00 Tied for Longest Streak in team history
2014 List of Active Streaks [5]
Seasons Team Years Division Crowns
won
during streak
Conference Titles
won
during streak
Super Bowls won
during streak
6 New England Patriots^ 2009-14 0 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 20140 2011 AFC
4 Denver Broncos 2011-14 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 2013 AFC
3 Indianapolis Colts 2012-14 2013, 2014
1 Arizona Cardinals 2014
00 Streak over
2013 List of Active Streaks [5]
Seasons Team Years Division Crowns
won
during streak
Conference Titles
won
during streak
Super Bowls won
during streak
5 New England Patriots 2009-13 0 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 20130 2011 AFC
5 Green Bay Packers 2009-13 2011, 2012, 2013 2010 NFC 2010 (XLV)
3 Cincinnati Bengals ^ 2011-13 2013
3 Denver Broncos 2011-13 2011, 2012, 2013 2013 AFC
3 San Francisco 49ers 2011-13 2011, 2012 2012 NFC
2 Seattle Seahawks 2012-13 2013 2013 NFC 2013 (XLVIII)
2 Indianapolis Colts 2012-13 2013
1 Kansas City Chiefs 2013
1 Carolina Panthers 2013 2013
1 San Diego Chargers 2013
1 New Orleans Saints 2013
1 Philadelphia Eagles 2013 2013

NFL Playoffs win streaks[edit]

List of seasons a team has won at least one playoff game.

Win streaks updated through week 15, 2014 season.
0^0 Longest Streak in team history
00 Tied for Longest Streak in team history
00 Streak over


Consecutive Seasons a Team has won at least one playoff game[5]
Seasons Team Years Division Crowns
won
during streak
Conference Titles
won
during streak
Super Bowls won
during streak
3 San Francisco 49ers 2011-13 2011, 2012 2012 NFC
3 New England Patriots 2011-13 2011, 2012, 2013 2011 AFC
2 Seattle Seahawks 2012-13 2013 2013 NFC 2013 (XLVIII)
1 Indianapolis Colts 020130 2013
1 New Orleans Saints 020130
1 San Diego Chargers 2013
1 Denver Broncos 2013 2013 2013 AFC

All-time streaks[edit]

Longest consecutive playoff appearance streak[edit]

Streaks can be verified at Pro Football Reference.com Team Franchise Pages[6]

Streak Length
Seasons Teams Seasons Teams Seasons Teams
9 Cowboys 5 Dolphins, 3 times 3 Lions, 2 times
Colts Bears Bengals
8 Steelers Eagles Saints, 2 times
Rams Seahawks Falcons
49ers Ravens 2 Cardinals, 3 times
7 Oilers (Titans) 4 Redskins Jets, 5 times
6 Browns (NFL) Giants Texans
Raiders Chargers, 2 times 1 Panthers, 5 times
Vikings Jaguars
Bills Buccaneers
Chiefs Broncos
Packers
Patriots
Teams' longest consecutive
playoff appearances all time
1940s 1950s
5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6
Az Cards 2 Detroit Lions 3
Cleveland Browns
AAFC 4 NFL 6
Bold and light blue is an Active Streak
Teams' longest consecutive playoff appearances all time
1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s
7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Dallas Cowboys 9 Houston Oilers 7 Indianapolis Colts 9
Pittsburgh Steelers 8 San Francisco 49ers 8 Green Bay Packers 6 Philadelphia Eagles 5 New York Giants 4 New Orleans Saints 3
Los Angeles Rams 8 Buffalo Bills 6 Jacksonville Jaguars 4 Az Cards 2 Cincinnati Bengals 3
Oakland Raiders 6 Chicago Bears 5 Kansas City Chiefs 6 Tampa Bay Bucs 4 Seattle Seahawks 5 New England Patriots 6
Minnesota Vikings 6 San Diego Chargers 4 0 New Orleans Saints 3 Detroit Lions 3 San Diego Chargers 4 Atlanta Falcons 3
Miami Dolphins 5 Miami Dolphins 5 Miami Dolphins 5 Baltimore Ravens 5
NY Jets 2 Washington Redskins 4 NY Jets 2 NY Jets 2 NY Jets 2 NY Jets 2 Denver Broncos 4
Az Cards 2 Carolina Panthers playoff streaks==> P P P P Texans 2 P
1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s
7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

NFL / AFL Playoff appearance streaks[edit]

Appearance streaks up to and including the 2014-15 NFL Playoff teams
0^0 Denotes active streak
NFL champions (1920–1969) AFL Champions (1960–1969) Super Bowl Champions (1970–present)
List of Streaks[5]
Seasons Playoff Team Streak Duration Division Crowns won
during streak
League Championships
during streak
Wins Seasons
9 Dallas Cowboys 1975-1983 5 0(1976–1979), 19810 1977 (XII)
9 Indianapolis Colts 2002–2010 7 (2003–2007),
(2009–2010)
2006 (XLI)
8 Dallas Cowboys 1966-1973 6 (1967–1971), 1973 1971 (VI)
8 Pittsburgh Steelers 1972–1979 7 1972, (1974–1979) 1974 (IX), 1975 (X), 1978 (XIII), 1979 (XIV)0
8 Los Angeles Rams 1973–1980 7 (1973–1979)
8 San Francisco 49ers 1983–1990 7 (1983–1984),
(1986–1990)
1984 (XIX), 1988 (XXIII),
1989 (XXIV)
7 Houston Oilers 1987–1993 2 1991, 1993
7 San Francisco 49ers 1992–1998 5 (1992–1995), 1997 1994 (XXIX)
6 Cleveland Browns 1950–1955 6 (1950–1955) [a] 1950, 1954. 1955
6 Oakland Raiders 1972–1977 5 (1972–1976) 1976 (XI)
6 Minnesota Vikings 1973–1978 6 (1973–1978)
6 Buffalo Bills 1988–1993 5 (1988–1991), 1993
6 Kansas City Chiefs 1990–1995 2 1993, 1995
6 Dallas Cowboys 1991-1996 5 (1992–1996) 1992 (XXVII), 1993 (XXVIII),
1995 (XXX)
6 Pittsburgh Steelers 1992–1997 5 1992, (1994–1997)
6 Green Bay Packers 1993–1998 3 (1995–1997) 1996 (XXXI)
6^ New England Patriots 2009–2014 6 (2009–2014)
5 Miami Dolphins 1970–1974 4 (1971–1974) 1972 (VII), 1973 (VIII)
5 Miami Dolphins 1981–1985 4 1981, (1983–1985)
5 Chicago Bears 1984–1988 5 (1984–1988) 1985 (XX)
5 Cleveland Browns 1985–1989 4 (1985–1987), 1989
5 Minnesota Vikings 1996–2000 2 1998, 2000
5 Miami Dolphins 1997–2001 1 2000
5 Philadelphia Eagles 2000–2004 4 (2001–2004)
5 New England Patriots 2003–2007 5 (2003–2007) 2003 (XXXVIII), 2004 (XXXIX)
5 Seattle Seahawks 2003–2007 4 (2004–2007)
5 Baltimore Ravens 2008–2012 2 (2011–2012) 2012 (XLVII)
5^ Green Bay Packers 2009–2013 3 (2011–2013) 2010 (XLV)
4 Chicago Bears 1940–1943 4 (1940–1943) 1940, 1941, 1943
4 Los Angeles Rams 1949–1952 3 (1949–1951) [b] 1951
4 Buffalo Bills 1963–1966 3 (1964–1966) 1964, 1965
4 Oakland Raiders 1967–1970 4 (1967–1970) 1967
4 Minnesota Vikings 1968–1971 4 (1968–1971) 1969
4 Washington Redskins 1971–1974 1 1972
4 Philadelphia Eagles 1978–1981 1 1980
4 San Diego Chargers 1979–1982 3 (1979–1981)
4 Los Angeles Raiders 1982–1985 3 (1982–1983), 1985 1983 (XVIII)
4 Los Angeles Rams 1983–1986 1 1985
4 Jacksonville Jaguars 1996–1999 2 (1998–1999)
4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1999–2002 2 1999, 2002 2002 (XXXVII)
4 Green Bay Packers 2001–2004 3 (2002–2004)
4 New York Giants 2005–2008 2 2005, 2008 2007 (XLII)
4 San Diego Chargers 2006–2009 4 (2006–2009)
4^ Denver Broncos 2011–2014 4 (2011–2014)
3 New York Giants 1933–1935 3 (1933–1935) 1934
3 Philadelphia Eagles 1947–1949 3 (1947–1949) 1948. 1949
3 Detroit Lions 1952–1954 3 (1952–1954) 1952, 1953
3 Green Bay Packers 1960–1962 3 (1960–1962) 1961, 1962
3 Houston Oilers 1960–1962 3 (1960–1962) 1960, 1961
3 New York Giants 1961–1963 3 (1961–1963)
3 San Diego Chargers 1963–1965 3 (1963–1965) 1963
3 Green Bay Packers 1965–1967 3 (1965–1967) 1965, 1966, 1967[c] 1966 (I), 1967 (II)
3 Cleveland Browns 1967–1969 3 (1967–1969)
3 San Francisco 49ers 1970–1972 3 (1970–1972)
3 Baltimore Colts 1975–1977 3 (1975–1977)
3 Denver Broncos 1977–1979 2 (1977–1978)
3 Houston Oilers 1978–1980 0
3 Washington Redskins 1982–1984 3 (1982–1984) 1982 (XVII)
3 Pittsburgh Steelers 1982–1984 2 (1983–1984)
3 New York Giants 1984–1986 1 1986 1986 (XXI)
3 Minnesota Vikings 1987–1989 1 1989
3 Philadelphia Eagles 1988–1990 1 1988
3 Washington Redskins 1990–1992 1 1991 1991 (XXVI)
3 New Orleans Saints 1990–1992 1 1991
3 Minnesota Vikings 1992–1994 2 1992, 1994
3 Detroit Lions 1993–1995 1 1993
3 Denver Broncos 1996–1998 2 1996, 1998 1997 (XXXII), 1998 (XXXIII)
3 New England Patriots 1996–1998 2 (1996–1997)
3 St. Louis Rams 1999–2001 2 1999, 2001 1999 (XXXIV)
3 Oakland Raiders 2000–2002 3 (2000–2002)
3 Denver Broncos 2003–2005 1 2005
3 Philadelphia Eagles 2008–2010 1 2010
3 New Orleans Saints 2009–2011 2 2009, 2011 2009 (XLIV)
3 Atlanta Falcons 2010–2012 2 2010, 2012
3^ Cincinnati Bengals 2011–2013 1 2013
3 San Francisco 49ers 2011–2013 2 (2011–2012)
3^ Indianapolis Colts 2012–2014 2 (2013–2014)
  • a No NFL Divisions from 1950-1966. Browns were American Conference Champs 1950-1952 and Eastern Champs 1953-1955.
  • b No NFL Divisions from 1950-1966. Rams were the National Conference Champs in 1950 & 1951.
  • c Super Bowls did not determine AFL or NFL League Champion before 1970 merger. Green Bay won the NFL Championships and the Super Bowls in the 1966 and 1967 seasons.

Super Bowl appearance streaks[edit]

Championship Game appearance streaks[edit]

Appearance streaks up to and including the 2013–14 NFL playoffs
NFL champions (1920–1969) AFL Champions (1960–1969) Super Bowl Champions (1970–present)
Streak References[5][7]
Team Seasons Championship game
appearance streak
Championships won
during streak
Cleveland Browns 6 1950-1955 1950-1954-1955
2 1964-1965 1964
1968-1969
Chicago Bears 4 1940-1943 1940-1941-1943
2 1933-1934 1933
Buffalo Bills 4 1990-1993
3 1964-1966 1964 -1965
New York Giants 3 1933-1935 1934
1961-1963
2 1938-1939 1938
1958-1959
Philadelphia Eagles 3 1947-1949 1948 -1949
Los Angeles Rams 3 1949-1951 1951
Detroit Lions 3 1952-1954 1952 -1953
Green Bay Packers 3 1960-1962 1961 - 1962
1965-1967 1965 -1966 -1967 1966 - 1967 [a]
2 1938-1939 1939
1996-1997 1996
Houston Oilers 3 1960-1962 1960 -1961
San Diego Chargers 3 1963-1965 1963
2 1960-1961
Oakland Raiders 3 1967-1969 1967
Miami Dolphins 3 1971-1973 1972 - 1973
Washington Redskins 2 1936-1937 1937
1942-1943 1942
1982-1983 1982
Chicago Cardinals 2 1947-1948 1947
Baltimore Colts 2 1958-1959 1958 - 1959
Dallas Cowboys 2 1966-1967
1970-1971 1971
1977-1978 1977
1992-1993 1992 - 1993
Minnesota Vikings 2 1973-1974
Pittsburgh Steelers 2 1974-1975 1974 - 1975
1978-1979 1978 - 1979
Denver Broncos 2 1986-1987
1997-1998 1997 - 1998
San Francisco 49ers 2 1988-1989 1988 - 1989
New England Patriots 2 2003-2004 2003 - 2004
  • a Super Bowls did not determine AFL or NFL League Champion before 1970 merger.

Super Bowl Win Streaks[edit]

Championship Win Streaks[edit]

Championship streaks up to and including the 2013–14 NFL playoffs
NFL champions (1920–1969) AFL Champions (1960–1969) Super Bowl Champions (1970–present)
List of Streaks[5][7]
Seasons Team Championship
win streak
3 Green Bay Packers 1929 -1930 -1931 Named Champions[a]
1965 -1966 -1967 1966 (I) - 1967 (II) [b]
2 1961 -1962
2 Canton Bulldogs 1922 -1923 Named Champions[a]
2 Chicago Bears 1932 -1933 Named Champions 1932[c]
1940 -1941
2 Philadelphia Eagles 1948 -1949
2 Detroit Lions 1952 -1953
2 Cleveland Browns 1954 -1955
2 Baltimore Colts 1958 -1959
2 Houston Oilers 1960 -1961
2 Buffalo Bills 1964 -1965
2 Miami Dolphins 1972 (VII) - 1973 (VIII)
2 Pittsburgh Steelers 1974 (IX) - 1975 (X)
1978 (XIII) - 1979 (XIV)
2 San Francisco 49ers 1988 (XXIII) -1989 (XXIV)
2 Dallas Cowboys 1992 (XXVII) - 1993 (XXVIII)
2 Denver Broncos 1997 (XXXII) - 1998 (XXXIII)
2 New England Patriots 2003 (XXXVIII) - 2004 (XXXIX)
  • a NFL Champions were named from 1920 through 1932. There were no official playoff games till the 1933 season.
  • b Super Bowls did not determine AFL or NFL League Champion before 1970 merger.
  • c The Bears were named the NFL Champions in 1932 after winning an unofficial playoff game played indoors.

Historical Team Streaks[edit]

Most consecutive post-season wins in team history[edit]

This is a table of all 32 current NFL teams. Several teams have changed their names and locations through the years. Only the current team names are used. If the streak occurred while the team had a different name, it is noted below the table. After sorting, you must reload page if you want table back in the original layout.

Updated through 2013 season.

0^0 Denotes active streak
Team Seasons Games Won Playoff Games Score Opponent
Arizona Cardinals 2008 3 2008 Wild Card
2008 Divisional
2008 NFC Championship
30-24
33-13
32-25
Falcons
Panthers
Eagles
Atlanta Falcons 1998 2 1998 Divisional
1998 NFC Championship
20-18
30-27
49ers
Vikings
Baltimore Ravens 2000–2001 5 2000 Wild Card
2000 Divisional
2000 AFC Championship
Super Bowl XXXV
2001 Wild Card
21-3
24-10
16-3
34-7
20-3
Broncos
Titans
Raiders
Giants
Dolphins
Buffalo Bills 1992 3 1992 Wild Card
1992 Divisional
1992 AFC Championship
41-38 (OT)
24-3
29-10
Houston Oilers
Steelers
Dolphins
Carolina Panthers 2003 3 2003 Wild Card
2003 Divisional
2003 NFC Championship
29-10
29-23 (2OT)
14-3
Cowboys
St. Louis Rams
Eagles
Chicago Bears 1940–1941 3 1940 NFL Championship
1941 Western Division
1941 NFL Championship
73-0
33-14
37-9
Redskins
Packers
Giants
1985 3 1985 Divisional
1985 NFC Championship
Super Bowl XX
21-0
24-0
46-10
Giants
L.A. Rams
Patriots
Cincinnati Bengals 1981 2 1981 Divisional
1981 AFC Championship
28-21
27-7
Bills
Chargers
1988 2 1988 Divisional
1988 AFC Championship
21-13
21-10
Seahawks
Bills
Cleveland Browns 1950 2 1950 American Conference
1950 NFL Championship
8-3
30-28
Giants
L.A. Rams
1954–1955 2 1954 NFL Championship
1955 NFL Championship
56-10
38-14
Lions
L.A. Rams
Dallas Cowboys 1992–1994 7 1992 Divisional
1992 NFC Championship
Super Bowl XXVII
1993 Divisional
1993 NFC Championship
Super Bowl XXVIII
1994 Divisional
34-10
30-20
52-17
27-17
38-21
30-13
35-9
Eagles
49ers
Bills
Packers
49ers
Bills
Packers
Denver Broncos 1997–1998 7 1997 Wild Card
1997 Divisional
1997 AFC Championship
Super Bowl XXXII
1998 Divisional
1998 AFC Championship
Super Bowl XXXIII
42-17
14-10
24-21
31-24
38-3
23-10
34-19
Jaguars
Chiefs
Steelers
Packers
Dolphins
Jets
Falcons
Detroit Lions 1935–1953 4 1935 NFL Championship
1952 National Conference
1952 NFL Championship
1953 NFL Championship
26-7
31-21
17-7
17-16
Giants
L.A. Rams
Browns
Browns
Green Bay Packers 1961–1967 9 1961 NFL Championship
1962 NFL Championship
1965 Western Conference
1965 NFL Championship
1966 NFL Championship
Super Bowl I
1967 Western Conference
1967 NFL Championship
Super Bowl II
37-0
16-7
13-10 (OT)
23-12
34-27
35-10
28-7
21-17
33-14
Giants
Giants
Baltimore Colts
Browns
Cowboys
Chiefs
L.A. Rams
Cowboys
Raiders
Houston Texans 2011 1 2011 Wild Card 31-10 Bengals
2012 1 2012 Wild Card 19-13 Bengals
Indianapolis Colts 1970–1971[a] 4 1970 Divisional
1970 AFC Championship
Super Bowl V
1971 Divisional
17-0
27-17
16-13
20-3
Bengals
Raiders
Cowboys
Browns
2006 4 2006 Wild Card
2006 Divisional
2006 AFC Championship
Super Bowl XLI
23-8
15-6
38-34
29-17
Chiefs
Ravens
Patriots
Bears
Jacksonville Jaguars 1996 2 1996 Wild Card
1996 Divisional
30-27
30-27
Bills
Broncos
Kansas City Chiefs 1969 3 1969 AFL Western Division
1969 AFL Championship
Super Bowl IV
13-6
17-7
23-7
Jets
Raiders
Vikings
Miami Dolphins 1972–1973 6 1972 Divisional
1972 AFC Championship
Super Bowl VII
1973 Divisional
1973 AFC Championship
Super Bowl VIII
20-14
21-17
14-7
34-16
27-10
24-7
Browns
Steelers
Redskins
Bengals
Raiders
Vikings
Minnesota Vikings 1969 2 1969 Divisional
1969 NFL Championship
23-20
27-7
L.A. Rams
Browns
1973 2 1973 Divisional
1973 NFC Championship
27-20
27-10
Redskins
Cowboys
1974 2 1974 Divisional
1974 NFC Championship
30-14
14-10
St. Louis Cardinals
L.A. Rams
1976 2 1976 Divisional
1976 NFC Championship
35-20
24-13
Redskins
L.A. Rams
1987 2 1987 Wild Card
1987 Divisional
44-10
36-24
Saints
49ers
New England Patriots 2001–2005 10 2001 Divisional
2001 AFC Championship
Super Bowl XXXVI
2003 Divisional
2003 AFC Championship
Super Bowl XXXVIII
2004 Divisional
2004 AFC Championship
Super Bowl XXXIX
2005 Wild Card
16-13 (OT)
24-17
20-17
17-14
24-14
32-29
20-3
41-27
24-21
28-3
Raiders
Steelers
St. Louis Rams
Titans
Indianapolis Colts
Panthers
Indianapolis Colts
Steelers
Eagles
Jaguars
New Orleans Saints 2009 3 2009 Divisional
2009 NFC Championship
Super Bowl XLIV
45-14
31-28 (OT)
31-17
Arizona Cardinals
Vikings
Indianapolis Colts
New York Giants 1990–1993 4 1990 Divisional
1990 NFC Championship
Super Bowl XXV
1993 Wild Card
31-3
15-13
20-19
17-10
Bears
49ers
Bills
Vikings
2007 4 2007 Wild Card
2007 Divisional
2007 NFC Championship
Super Bowl XLII
24-14
21-17
23-20 (OT)
17-14
Buccaneers
Cowboys
Packers
Patriots
2011 4 2011 Wild Card
2011 Divisional
2011 NFC Championship
Super Bowl XLVI
24-2
37-20
20-17 (OT)
21-17
Falcons
Packers
49ers
Patriots
New York Jets 1968 2 1968 AFL Championship
Super Bowl III
27-23
16-7
Raiders
Baltimore Colts
1982 2 1982 First Round
1982 Second Round
44-17
17-14
Bengals
L. A. Raiders
2009 2 2009 Wild Card
2009 Divisional
24-14
17-14
Bengals
Chargers
2010 2 2010 Wild Card
2010 Divisional
17-16
28-21
Indianapolis Colts
Patriots
Oakland Raiders 1980–1982 5 1980 Wild Card
1980 Divisional
1980 AFC Championship
Super Bowl XV
1982 First Round
27-7
14-12
34-27
27-10
27-10
Houston Oilers
Browns
Chargers
Eagles
Browns
Philadelphia Eagles 1948–1960 3 1948 NFL Championship
1949 NFL Championship
1960 NFL Championship
7-0
14-0
17-13
Chicago Cardinals
L.A. Rams
Packers
Pittsburgh Steelers 1974–1976 7 1974 Divisional
1974 AFC Championship
Super Bowl IX
1975 Divisional
1975 AFC Championship
Super Bowl X
1976 Divisional
32-14
24-13
16-6
28-10
16-10
21-17
40-14
Bills
Raiders
Vikings
Baltimore Colts
Raiders
Cowboys
Baltimore Colts
San Francisco 49ers 1988–1990 7 1988 Divisional
1988 NFC Championship
Super Bowl XXIII
1989 Divisional
1989 NFC Championship
Super Bowl XXIV
1990 Divisional
34-9
28-3
20-16
41-13
30-3
55-10
28-10
Vikings
Bears
Bengals
Vikings
L.A. Rams
Broncos
Redskins
Seattle Seahawks 2013 3 2013 Divisional
2013 NFC Championship
Super Bowl XLVIII
23-15
23-17
43-8
Saints
49ers
Broncos
St. Louis Rams 1999 3 1999 Divisional
1999 NFC Championship
Super Bowl XXXIV
49-37
11-6
23-16
Vikings
Buccaneers
Titans
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2002 3 2002 Divisional
2002 NFC Championship
Super Bowl XXXVII
31-6
27-10
48-21
49ers
Eagles
Raiders
Tennessee Titans 1999 3 1999 Wild Card
1999 Divisional
1999 AFC Championship
22-16
19-16
33-14
Bills
Indianapolis Colts
Jaguars
Washington Redskins 1982–1983 6 1982 First Round
1982 Second Round
1982 NFC Championship
Super Bowl XVII
1983 Divisional
1983 NFC Championship
31-7
21-7
31-17
27-17
51-7
24-21
Lions
Vikings
Cowboys
Dolphins
L.A. Rams
49ers
  • a Streak occurred when the team was the Baltimore Colts.

See also[edit]

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