TV times, matchups en route to Super Bowl 57

TV times, matchups en route to Super Bowl 57

TV times, matchups en route to Super Bowl 57

For the 18th straight season, the NFL will not have a repeat Super Bowl champion. Since the New England Patriots won back-to-back titles after the 2003 and 2004 seasons, only three teams have won multiple times. The Pats alternated with wins in Super Bowls 49, 51 and 53; the Pittsburgh Steelers prevailed in Super Bowl 40 and 43; and the New York Giants won Super Bowls 42 and 46.

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Who will wear the crown next? Let’s chronicle the path 14 lucky franchises must take to play for a ring in Super Bowl 57 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12, 2023.

TV times, matchups en route to Super Bowl 57

How many teams will make the NFL playoffs?

A total of 14 teams will qualify for the postseason – the four division winners plus three wildcard teams in each conference.

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Format of the NFL playoffs

The wildcard matchups are: #7 placed on #2, #6 placed on #3, #5 placed on #4.

The teams with the best overall records in each conference (#1 seeded) will receive a bye in the wild card round and will host the lowest remaining seed in the divisional round.

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