Complete Playoff Standings


Below are the complete playoff standings for each NFL franchise, including results from the AFL and AAFC. Standings are through Jan. 19, 2015.


Team League
(if more than one)

Win

Loss

Pct.

Arizona Cardinals 6 8 .429
Atlanta Falcons 7 12 .368
Baltimore Ravens
15
8
.652
Buffalo Bills (AFL)
2
2
.500
  (NFL)
12
13
.480
  Overall
14
15
.483
Carolina Panthers
7
6
.538
Chicago Bears
17
18
.486
Cincinnati Bengals (AFL)
0
0
--
  (NFL)
5
13
.278
  Overall
5
13
.278
Cleveland Browns (AAFC)
5
0
1.000
  (NFL)
11
20
.355
  Overall
16
20
.444
Dallas Cowboys
34
26
.567
Denver Broncos (AFL)
0
0
--
  (NFL)
20
18
.526
  Overall
20
18
.526
Detroit Lions
7
12
.368
Green Bay Packers
31
20
.608
Houston Texans
2
2
.500
Indianapolis Colts
22
23
.489
Jacksonville Jaguars
5
6
.455
Kansas City Chiefs (AFL)
5
2
.714
  (NFL)
3
13
.188
  Overall
8
15
.348
Miami Dolphins (AFL)
0
0
--
  (NFL)
20
20
.500
  Overall
20
20
.500
Minnesota Vikings
19
27
.413
New England Patriots (AFL)
1
1
.500
  (NFL)
26
17
.605
  Overall
27
18
.600
New Orleans Saints
7
9
.438
New York Giants
24
24
.500
New York Jets (AFL)
2
1
.667
  (NFL)
10
12
.455
  Overall
12
13
.480
Oakland Raiders (AFL)
3
3
.500
  (NFL)
22
15
.595
  Overall
25
18
.581
Philadelphia Eagles
19
21
.475
Pittsburgh Steelers
33
23
.589
St. Louis Rams
19
24
.442
San Diego Chargers (AFL)
1
4
.200
  (NFL)
10
13
.435
  Overall
11
17
.393
San Francisco 49ers (AAFC)
1
1
.500
  (NFL) 30
20
.600
  Overall
31
21
.596
Seattle Seahawks
14
12
.538
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
6
9
.455
Tennessee Titans (AFL)
2
3
.400
  (NFL)
12
16
.429
  Overall
14
19
.424
Washington Redskins
23
18
.561
NOTE: Win-loss records from the All-America Football Conference (AAFC) are included in the totals for the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers. Thus, the above numbers may differ slightly from other similar lists.

 


Recent Comments
  • Randy Hudgins - January 12 2014 03:26 PM

    Wouldn't you think with Dallas winning the most Playoff Victories and most games appearing that they would have more players in the HOF - Especially from the 70's when they appeared in 5 Super Bowls in 9 years and earned most of the 20 Consecutive Winning Seasons for the team. Yet, a team like the 90's Bills (who are now saturating the Hall) shy in comparison, never winning a Super Bowl.

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