Joe Montana has 16 wins in the playoffs
There is no set number of wins, but the fewest number of wins for a playoff team so far (16 game schedule) is 8 as of the end of the 2009 season.
regular season - 169 wins playoffs - 12 wins
Chicago Bears, as of start of 2011 season, 704 Regular Season wins, 721 including Playoffs. Green Bay Packers are second with 664 Regular Season wins, 693 including Playoffs. NY Giants are third with 636 Regular Season wins, 656 including Playoffs. Pittsburg Steelers are fourth with 546 Regular Season wins, 579 including Playoffs. source: NFL
The Baltimore Ravens are 8-5 in the NFL Playoffs, including the Super Bowl.
Chicago Bears 702 wins, only team with 700 or more combined Seasons and Post Season wins since the creation of the NFL.
Teams make the playoffs on the basis of the number of wins earned during the season. The number of points is immaterial (although they may be taken into account as a tie-breaker...after head to head games, division wins, etc.)
No, but the Cincinnati Bengals started 1-6 in 1970 and made the playoffs.
how many 1-3 teams went to playoffs nfl
There doesn't need to be Playoffs because there is a different system of determining who is in championship then in the NFL
You dont need to win a certain amount. Instead, you have to be top in your division.
Yes, it is the final game of the playoffs and is the league championship game. Whichever team wins the Super Bowl is crowned NFL champions for the season.
It's about 56 - 57 percent every regular season
The Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2005 season playoffs, the New England Patriots in 1985 season playoffs, and the New York Giants in the 2007 season playoffs.
The NFL's regular season HFA is 57%--the home team wins 57 out of 100 times. But in the playoffs it's 68%.
NFL Cheerleader Playoffs was created in 2006.
Peyton Manning have in the NFL has 500 wins and 94% stats.
No. A team that outright wins their division always qualifies for post season play.
6 wins, 0 losses. Most recently done by the 2003 Minnesota Vikings.
The New England Patriots won 21 games in a row in the years 2003-2004. (including playoffs)
The Phoenix Cardinals never made it to the playoffs in the 6 years they were around.