NFL Playoff Bracket 2023: Latest Update of NFL Playoffs Race
The NFL playoff bracket consists of two sides, with each side eventually producing a finalist for the Super Bowl. Below is the complete NFL playoff bracket for 2023.
NFL Playoff Bracket 2023
Wild Card Round Weekend
- Kansas City Chiefs (bye)
- Buffalo Bills vs. 7. Miami Dolphins
- Cincinnati Bengals vs. 6. Baltimore Ravens
- Jacksonville Jaguars vs. 5. Los Angeles Chargers
Divisional Round Playoffs
- Jaguars vs. Chiefs
- Bengals vs. Bills
AFC Championship Game 2023
- Chiefs vs. Bengals
Wild Card Round Weekend
- Philadelphia Eagles (bye)
- San Francisco 49ers vs. 7. Seattle Seahawks
- Minnesota Vikings vs. 6. New York Giants
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. 5. Dallas Cowboys
Divisional Round playoffs
- Giants vs. Eagles
- Cowboys vs. 49ers
NFC Championship Game 2023
- Eagles vs. 49ers
Super Bowl 2023
Chiefs vs Eagles
Printable NFL Playoff Bracket
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When are the NFL playoffs in 2023?
The National Football League playoff games for 2023 are scheduled to begin on Saturday, January 14, 2023.
- Wild-card games: January 14-16
- Divisional games: January 21-22
- Conference championships: January 29
- Super Bowl 2023: Sunday, February 12
- Pro Bowl 2023: Sunday, February 5
For the complete NFL playoff schedule for 2023, click here.
What is the NFL playoff bracket and how does it work?
The NFL playoff bracket helps you understand which teams will advance to the next round and the overall structure of the NFL playoffs. After the NFL regular season, 14 teams compete in the NFL playoffs. 7 teams from each conference qualify, with the top 2 teams receiving a first-round bye. The remaining 6 teams compete in the AFC and NFC brackets, with the top 4 teams advancing to the divisional round.
From the divisional stage, the top 2 ranking teams from each conference move on to the conference championship games. The winners of the AFC and NFC championship games then advance to the Super Bowl, while the losers play in the Pro Bowl for third place.
Where is the Super Bowl in 2023?
The 2023 Super Bowl will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale on Sunday, February 12. The game will kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT.