NFL playoffs

Results and schedule

January 18, 2004|By SunSpot Staff

Wild-card games, Jan 3-4

Saturday, Jan. 3

AFC: Tennessee Titans 20, Ravens 17

NFC: Carolina Panthers 29, Dallas Cowboys 10

Sunday, Jan. 4

AFC: Indianapolis Colts 41, Denver Broncos 10

NFC: Green Bay Packers 33, Seattle 27

Divisional Games, Jan. 10-11

Saturday, Jan. 10

NFC: Carolina Panthers 29, St. Louis Rams 23 (2 OT)

AFC: New England Patriots 17, Tennessee Titans 14

Sunday, Jan. 11

AFC: Indianapolis Colts 38, Kansas City Chiefs 31

NFC: Philadelphia Eagles 20, Green Bay Packers 17 OT

Championship Games, Jan. 18

AFC: New England Patriots 24, Indianapolis Colts 14

NFC: Carolina Panthers 14, Philadelphia Eagles 3

Super Bowl XXXVIII, Feb. 1

at Houston

New England Patriots (16-2) vs. Carolina Panthers (14-5), 6:25 p.m., CBS

2002 season playoff games

Wild Card games

Saturday, Jan. 4

AFC: New York Jets 41, Indianapolis Colts 0

NFC: Atlanta Falcons 27, Green Bay Packers 7

Sunday, Jan. 5

AFC: Pittsburgh Steelers 36, Cleveland Browns 33

NFC: San Francisco 49ers 39, New York Giants 38

Divisional Games, Jan. 11-12

Saturday, Jan. 11

AFC: Tennessee Titans 34, Pittsburgh Steelers 31 OT

NFC: Philadelphia Eagles 20, Atlanta Falcons 6

Sunday, Jan. 12

NFC: Tampa Bay Bucs 31, San Francisco 49ers 6

AFC: Oakland Raiders 30, New York Jets 10

Championship Games, Jan. 19

NFC: Tampa Bay Bucs 27, Philadelphia Eagles 10

AFC: Oakland Raiders 41, Tennessee Titans 24

Super Bowl XXXVII, Jan. 26

at Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego

Tampa Bay Bucs 48, Oakland Raiders 21

2001 season playoff games

Wild Card games, Jan. 12-13

No. 3 Oakland 38, No. 6 N.Y. Jets 24

No. 5 Ravens 20, No. 4 Miami 3

No. 3 Philadelphia 31, No. 6 Tampa Bay 9

No. 4 Green Bay 25, No. 5 San Francisco 15

Conference semifinals, Jan. 19-20

NFC: No. 3 Philadelphia 33, No. 2 Chicago 19

AFC: No. 2 New England 16, No. 3 Oakland 13, OT

AFC: No. 1 Pittsburgh 27, No. 5 Ravens 10

NFC: No. 1 St. Louis 45, No. 4 Green Bay 17

Conference championships, Sunday, Jan. 27

AFC: No. 2 New England 24, No. 1 Pittsburgh 17

NFC: No. 1 St. Louis 29, No. 3 Philadelphia 24

Super Bowl XXXVI

New England 20, St. Louis 17

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