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If a team is a wild card team, then 3. If not a wild card team, then 2.
Although they had the same 12-and-4 record in 2011 as their NFC North rivals, the Baltimore Ravens, the Steelers entered the playoffs as a wild card because they lost to the Ravens twice in the regular season.
The 1997 and 2003 Florida Marlins won World Series as wild cards. Two other National League teams have pulled off the feat: The 2011 St. Louis Cardinals and the 2014 San Francisco Giants.
Wild Card is the team with the best record that is not a division winner. One Wild Card from each League(American & National) makes the playoffs so you have the 3 division winners plus the wild card team.
Yes. Green Bay was a wild card team this year. Pittsburg was a wild card team (#6 seed) in 2008. I'm not sure how often it has happened but I know it has been done.
2009-A.L. East: Yankees Central:Twins West: Angels Wild Card: Red Sox N.L. East: Phillies Central: Cardinals West:Dodgers Wild Card: Rockies 2010-A.L. East: Rays Central: Twins West: Rangers Wild Card: Yankees N.L. East: Phillies Central: Reds West: Giants Wild Card: Braves
Giants beat falcons 24-2 in 2012 wild card
In the 2002 World Series, both the Angels and the Giants made the playoffs as wild card teams.
The Oakland Raiders were the first wild card team to win the Superbowl against the Philadelphia Eagles 27-10.