We have arrived. The conference champions are crowned and the 2010 Super Bowl is set. XLIV will match the Indianapolis Colts and the New Orleans Saints, who are heading to the Super Bowl for the first time in 43 years of franchise history. Saints fans will not want to miss this one. Get your Super Bowl Tickets here.
The Divisional Playoffs are past and in almost every contest, the top seeds earned their spots. With one exception, the Wildcard winners were soundly defeated, with big scores posted by Saints and Vikings in particular. That one exception was the plucky NY Jets, who took out the Chargers by a scant 3 point margin. The Conference Championships are now Colts vs. Jets for the AFC and Saints vs. Vikings for the NFC.
The 2010 NFL Wild Card games are in the books. Dallas turns in a surprising performance against the Eagles while Green Bay and Arizona take things into OT in a high scoring game that sees the Cardinals going on to play the Saints. Over in the AFC, the Jets will meet the Chargers and the Ravens will lock up with the Colts. It all happens January 16th and 17th. Get your tickets on our NFL Playoff Tickets page.
The NFL playoffs are set, and the Wild Card games are scheduled to get underway this weekend. TicketCity has updated our 2009-2010 NFL Playoff bracket with the current match-ups. Stay tuned for further updates as the playoffs continue all this month, leading up to the Big Game.
The 2009 NFL postseason is around the corner, and that means playoffs! Yes, unlike the mind bending championship system favored by the NCAA, the NFL does it the ole fashioned way. 12 teams enter, 1 team is victorious. Here’s a blank playoff bracket for the 2009-2010 NFL Playoffs: