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1994
American Conference
Eastern DivisionWLTPct.Pts.OP
Miami1060.625389327
New England*1060.625351312
Indianapolis880.500307320
Buffalo790.438340356
N.Y. Jets6100.375264320
Central DivisionWLTPct.Pts.OP
Pittsburgh#1240.750316234
Cleveland*1150.688340204
Cincinnati3130.188276406
Houston2140.125226352
Western DivisionWLTPct.Pts.OP
San Diego1150.688381306
Kansas City*970.563319298
L.A. Raiders970.563303327
Denver790.438347396
Seattle6100.375287323
National Conference
Eastern DivisionWLTPct.Pts.OP
Dallas1240.750414248
N.Y. Giants970.563279305
Arizona880.500235267
Philadelphia790.438308308
Washington3130.188320412
Central DivisionWLTPct.Pts.OP
Minnesota1060.625356314
Green Bay*970.563382287
Detroit*970.563357342
Chicago*970.563271307
Tampa Bay6100.375251351
Western DivisionWLTPct.Pts.OP
San Francisco#1330.813505296
New Orleans790.438348407
Atlanta790.438317385
L.A. Rams4120.250286365
*Wild-Card qualifier for playoffs; #Top playoff seed in conference
Miami finished ahead of New England based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Kansas City finished ahead of L.A. Raiders based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). Green Bay was first Wild Card based on best head-to-head record (3-1) vs. Detroit (2-2) and Chicago (1-3) and better conference record (8-4) than N.Y. Giants (6-6). Detroit was second Wild Card based on better division record (4-4) than Chicago (3-5) and head-to-head victory over N.Y. Giants (1-0). Chicago was third Wild Card based on better record against common opponents (4-4) than N.Y. Giants (3-5). New Orleans finished ahead of Atlanta based on head-to-head sweep (2-0).
Wild-Card playoffs: MIAMI 27, Kansas City 17; CLEVELAND 20, New England 13
Divisional playoffs: PITTSBURGH 29, Cleveland 9; SAN DIEGO 22, Miami 21
AFC Championship: San Diego 17, PITTSBURGH 13
Wild-Card playoffs: GREEN BAY 16, Detroit 12; Chicago 35, MINNESOTA 18
Divisional playoffs: SAN FRANCISCO 44, Chicago 15; DALLAS 35, Green Bay 9
NFC Championship: SAN FRANCISCO 38, Dallas 28
Super Bowl XXIX: San Francisco (NFC) 49, San Diego (AFC) 26, at Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, Florida