AFC: Jets NFC: Vikings
Any AFC team, has to win the AFC Championship game, and any NFC team, has to win the NFC Championship!!
No. Because they are on NFC not AFC!
You have to be in the NFC to play in the NFC championship game. The Steelers are in the AFC.
The Steelers won eight AFC championship games in their history. They have never played in the NFC.
None of the AFC or NFC Championship games have ever been decided in an overtime period.
Virtually every team in the NFL has won a championship of some sort, whether the Super Bowl, the NFL title pre-Super Bowl and/or pre-merger, the AFL championship, the AAFC championship (in the case of the Browns), or the AFC or NFC championship. The only three current NFL teams to have not won a league or conference championship are Houston, Jacksonville, and New Orleans. Of those teams, the Jaguars have been to the AFC Championship game twice and hosted it in the 99-00 season, but they lost to Tennessee. The Saints have been to the NFC Championship once, but lost on the road to the Bears.If you also include division titles, then everyone but the Texans qualifies.Here's how the league breaks down: Green Bay: Won NFL Championship, NFC Championship, and Super BowlChicago: Won NFL Championship, NFC Championship, and Super BowlDetroit: Won NFL ChampionshipMinnesota: Won NFL Championship Dallas: Won NFC Championship and Super BowlPhiladelphia: Won NFL Championship and NFC ChampionshipWashington: Won NFL Championship, NFC Championship, and Super BowlNY Giants: Won NFL Championship, NFC Championship, and Super BowlSan Francisco: Won NFC Championship and Super BowlSt. Louis: Won NFL Championship, NFC Championship, and Super BowlSeattle: Won NFC ChampionshipArizona: Won NFL Championship and NFC Championship New Orleans: No championshipsAtlanta: Won NFC ChampionshipTampa Bay: Won NFC Championship and Super BowlCarolina: Won NFC ChampionshipNew England: Won AFC Championship and Super BowlNY Jets: Won AFL Championship and Super BowlMiami: Won AFC Championship and Super BowlBuffalo: Won AFL Championship and AFC ChampionshipPittsburgh: Won AFC Championship and Super BowlBaltimore: Won AFC Championship and Super BowlCincinnati: Won AFC ChampionshipCleveland: Won AAFC Championship and NFL ChampionshipOakland: Won AFL Championship, AFC Championship, and Super BowlSan Diego: Won AFL Championship and AFC ChampionshipDenver: Won AFC Championship and Super BowlKansas City: Won AFL Championship and Super Bowl Houston: No championshipsJacksonville: No championshipsIndianapolis: Won NFL Championship, AFC Championship, and Super BowlTennessee: Won AFL Championship and AFC Championship
if you win the championship game for the NFC, you go to the super bowl vs. the AFC champion
No they can't. The Atlanta Falcons are a NFC team and won the NFC championship in 1998.
Green Bay, being in the NFC, has never appeared in an AFC championship game.
Through the 2008 season, the NFL record for most consecutive playoff games lost is 6 and is held by 7 teams. 3 of the 7 teams' losing streak are current.Current 6 game playoff losing streaks -1) Detroit Lions - 1991 NFC Conference Championship, 1993 NFC Wildcard, 1994 NFC Wildcard, 1995 NFC Wildcard, 1997 NFC Wildcard, 1999 NFC Wildcard2) Dallas Cowboys - 1996 NFC Division, 1998 NFC Wildcard, 1999 NFC Wildcard, 2003 NFC Wildcard, 2006 NFC WIldcard, 2007 NFC Division3) Kansas City Chiefs - 1993 AFC Conference Championship, 1994 AFC Wildcard, 1995 AFC Division, 1997 AFC Division, 2003 AFC Division, 2006 AFC WildcardHistoric 6 game playoff losing streaks -1) Cleveland Browns - 1969 NFL Conference Championship, 1971 AFC Division, 1982 AFC Division, 1980 AFC Division, 1982 AFC Wildcard, 1985 AFC Division2) New York Giants - 1939 NFL Championship, 1941 NFL Championship, 1943 NFL Division, 1944 NFL Championship, 1946 NFL Championship, 1950 NFL Division3) Minnesota Vikings - 1988 NFC Division, 1989 NFC Division, 1992 NFC Wildcard, 1993 NFC Wildcard, 1994 NFC Wildcard, 1996 NFC Wildcard4) Seattle Seahawks - 1984 AFC Division, 1987 AFC Wildcard, 1988 AFC Division, 1999 AFC Wildcard, 2003 NFC Wildcard, 2004 NFC Wildcard