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Football : NFL 2017/18

#team%win-draw-loss
AFC East
1New Engl.81.313-0-3 (16)
2Buffalo56.39-0-7 (16)
3Miami37.56-0-10 (16)
4NY Jets31.35-0-11 (16)
AFC North
1Pittsburgh81.313-0-3 (16)
2Baltimore56.39-0-7 (16)
3Cincinati43.87-0-9 (16)
4Cleveland0.00-0-16 (16)
AFC South
1Jackson.62.510-0-6 (16)
2Tennesee56.39-0-7 (16)
3Houston25.04-0-12 (16)
4Indianap.25.04-0-12 (16)
AFC West
1Kansas62.510-0-6 (16)
2LA Charg.56.39-0-7 (16)
3Oakland37.56-0-10 (16)
4Denver31.35-0-11 (16)
NFC East
1Philadel.81.313-0-3 (16)
2Dallas56.39-0-7 (16)
3Washing.43.87-0-9 (16)
4NY Giants18.83-0-13 (16)
NFC North
1Minnesota81.313-0-3 (16)
2Detroit56.39-0-7 (16)
3Green Bay43.87-0-9 (16)
4Chicago31.35-0-11 (16)
NFC South
1New Orl.68.811-0-5 (16)
2Carolina68.811-0-5 (16)
3Atlanta62.510-0-6 (16)
4Tampa31.35-0-11 (16)
NFC West
1LA Rams68.811-0-5 (16)
2Seattle56.39-0-7 (16)
3Arizona50.08-0-8 (16)
4San Fran.37.56-0-10 (16)

Playoffs

New Engl. - Philadel.33 : 41
Philadel. - Minnesota38 : 7
New Engl. - Jackson.24 : 20
Minnesota - New Orl.29 : 24
Pittsburgh - Jackson.42 : 45
New Engl. - Tennesee35 : 14
Philadel. - Atlanta15 : 10
Jackson. - Buffalo10 : 3
New Orl. - Carolina31 : 26
LA Rams - Atlanta13 : 26
Kansas - Tennesee21 : 22

Last results

4.2New Engl. - Philadel.33 : 41
21.1New Engl. - Jackson.24 : 20
21.1Philadel. - Minnesota38 : 7
14.1Pittsburgh - Jackson.42 : 45
14.1Minnesota - New Orl.29 : 24
13.1New Engl. - Tennesee35 : 14
13.1Philadel. - Atlanta15 : 10
7.1Jackson. - Buffalo10 : 3
7.1New Orl. - Carolina31 : 26
6.1Kansas - Tennesee21 : 22
6.1LA Rams - Atlanta13 : 26
31.12Baltimore - Cincinati27 : 31
31.12Denver - Kansas24 : 27
31.12Indianap. - Houston22 : 13
31.12Miami - Buffalo16 : 22
31.12New Engl. - NY Jets26 : 6

NFL stats

home wins57 %
draws0 %
away wins43 %

League format : Football : NFL 2017/18

Teams are divided into two conferences: the American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC). As of 2002, each conference is further divided into 4 divisions. Each team play 16 games during regular season. Six teams from each of the league's two conferences will qualify for the NFL Playoffs. Each of the 4 division winners is seeded 1-4 based on their records. The two wildcard teams (non-division champions with the conference's best winning percentages) are seeded 5th and 6th.

In the first round of the playoffs (Wild Card Playoffs), the 3rd-seeded hosts the 6th seed, and the 4th seed hosts the 5th. The two winners play against 1st and 2nd-seeded teams in Divisional Playoff. The two surviving teams from the Divisional Playoff games meet in Conference Championship games, with the winners of those contests going on to face one another in the Super Bowl.

Each round of the playoffs is "re-seeded" - the highest surviving seed always hosts the lowest surviving seed, the second-highest hosts the second-lowest, etc.

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