No, in order to make it to the Super Bowl both teams must win all of their playoff games.
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This has happened four times in the history of the NFL since the Super Bowl began. 1988 - Redskins and Broncos were in Super Bowl XXII (1987), both teams failed to qualify for the playoffs in 1988. 1999 - Broncos and Falcons were in Super Bowl XXXIII (1998), both teams failed to qualify for the playoffs in 1999. 2002 - Patriots and Rams were in Super Bowl XXXVI (2001); both teams failed to qualify for the playoffs in 2002. 2003 - Tampa Bay and Oakland were in Super Bowl XXXVII (2002); both teams failed to qualify for the playoffs in 2003.
Including the super bowl, teams that enter the playoffs with a bye in the first round play 18 games (16 regular and 2 in the playoffs). For all other playoff teams, the answer is 19. In 1972, the Miami Dolphins won all of their games; 14 regular season and 3 in the playoffs becoming the only undefeated team since the post AFL-NFL merger.
1. Two teams must be present to play the game. 2.Each season all teams are fighting to make the playoffs. 3.Each team that makes the playoffs is closer to winning the Super Bowl. 4. The two teams that win their conference championships games gets a chance to play in the Super Bowl.
In the Super Bowl era (playoffs from 1966-2008) that would be the Cleveland Browns who, since 1966, have made the playoffs 14 times and played 20 playoff games but never played in a Super Bowl.
No, Warren Moon never played on a Super Bowl team. He played on several teams that made the playoffs but none that made the Super Bowl. His record as a starting QB in playoff games was 3-7.
well first a team has to win the playoffs,then they have beat the other teams that won the playoffs,then finally they are at the superbowl.
There have been 4 times when neither of the Super Bowl teams made the playoffs the following season: 1) Washington Redskins and Denver Broncos played in Super Bowl XXII and neither made the playoffs in 1988. 2) Atlanta Falcons and Denver Broncos played in Super Bowl XXXIII and neither made the playoffs in 1999. 3) St. Louis Rams and New England Patriots played in Super Bowl XXXVI and neither made the playoffs in 2002. 4) Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders played in Super Bowl XXXVII and neither made the playoffs in 2003.
The 2009 Steelers and 1995 Cowboys