What teams are in the playoffs for AFC?

Final AFC Playoff Standings

  • Tennessee Titans (12-5) – clinched division title, number 1 seed (home field advantage)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (12-5) – clinched division title.
  • Buffalo Bills (11-6) – clinched division title.
  • Cincinnati Bengals (10-7) – clinched division title.
  • Las Vegas Raiders (10-7) – clinched playoff berth.

What are the AFC Central standings?

AFC Conference Standings

  • Tennessee Titans (12-5)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (12-5)
  • Buffalo Bills (11-6)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (10-7)
  • Las Vegas Raiders (10-7)
  • New England Patriots (10-7)
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (9-7-1)
  • Indianapolis Colts (9-8)

Who is the 1 seed in the AFC?

1) Green Bay Packers (13-3)

Who will the Chiefs play in the playoffs?

The Kansas City Chiefs will host the Cincinnati Bengals next Sunday, January 30th. Kickoff is scheduled for 3 p.m. ET and the game will air on CBS. The Chiefs won a wild one to secure their berth in the title game for a fourth straight season.

Who Will Titans play in playoffs?

With the Chiefs win, the Titans will host the Bengals in the Divisional Round. The game will kick off on Saturday, January 22nd at 4:30 p.m. ET and air on CBS. The Tennessee Titans get the weekend off as they enjoy the first round bye granted to the No. 1 seed in each conference.

Who is leading the AFC?


1 Bills Y 11-6
2 Patriots X 10-7
3 Dolphins 9-8
4 Jets 4-13

Who are the AFC wild card teams?


  • Tennessee Titans. 12-5. AFC South champion.
  • Kansas City Chiefs. 12-5. AFC West champion.
  • Buffalo Bills. 11-6. AFC East champion.
  • Cincinnati Bengals. 10-7. AFC North champion.
  • Las Vegas Raiders. 10-7. Wild card.
  • New England Patriots. 10-7. Wild card.

Who will Chiefs play in playoffs?

Who is the 2 seed in the AFC?


*2 Chiefs 12-5
*3 Bills 11-6
*4 Bengals 10-7
%5 Raiders 10-7

What do the Chiefs need to clinch 1 seed?

Kansas City can clinch the AFC’s No. 1 seed and lone first round bye with a win and Titans loss or tie, or a tie and a Titans loss. Kansas City and Tennessee are currently tied for first in the AFC, but the Titans have the head-to-head tiebreaker advantage.