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1999
American Conference
Eastern DivisionWLTPct.Pts.OP
Indianapolis1330.813423333
Buffalo*1150.688320229
Miami*970.563326336
N.Y. Jets880.500308309
New England880.500299284
Central DivisionWLTPct.Pts.OP
Jacksonville#1420.875396217
Tennessee*1330.813392324
Baltimore880.500324277
Pittsburgh6100.375317320
Cincinnati4120.250283460
Cleveland2140.125217437
Western DivisionWLTPct.Pts.OP
Seattle970.563338298
Kansas City970.563390322
San Diego880.500269316
Oakland880.500390329
Denver6100.375314318
National Conference
Eastern DivisionWLTPct.Pts.OP
Washington1060.625443377
Dallas*880.500352276
N.Y. Giants790.438299358
Arizona6100.375245382
Philadelphia5110.313272357
Central DivisionWLTPct.Pts.OP
Tampa Bay1150.688270235
Minnesota*1060.625399335
Detroit*880.500322323
Green Bay880.500357341
Chicago6100.375272341
Western DivisionWLTPct.Pts.OP
St. Louis#1330.813526242
Carolina880.500421381
Atlanta5110.313285380
San Francisco4120.250295453
New Orleans3130.188260434
*Wild-Card qualifier for playoffs; #Top playoff seed in conference
Miami was third Wild Card ahead of Kansas City based on better record against common opponents (6-1 to Chiefs' 5-3). N.Y. Jets finished ahead of New England based on better division record (4-4 to Patriots' 2-6). Seattle finished ahead of Kansas City based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). San Diego finished ahead of Oakland based on better division record (5-3 to Raiders' 3-5). Dallas was second Wild Card based on better record against common opponents (3-2 to Lions' 3-3) and better conference record than Carolina (7-5 to Panthers' 6-6). Detroit was third Wild Card based on better conference record than Green Bay (7-5 to Packers' 6-6) and better conference record than Carolina (7-5 to Panthers' 6-6).
Wild-Card playoffs: TENNESSEE 22, Buffalo 16; Miami 20, SEATTLE 17
Divisional playoffs: JACKSONVILLE 62, Miami 7; Tennessee 19, INDIANAPOLIS 16
AFC Championship: Tennessee 33, JACKSONVILLE 14
Wild-Card playoffs: WASHINGTON 27, Detroit 13; MINNESOTA 27, Dallas 10
Divisional playoffs: TAMPA BAY 14, Washington 13; ST. LOUIS 49, Minnesota 37
NFC Championship: ST. LOUIS 11, Tampa Bay 6
Super Bowl XXXIV: St. Louis (NFC) 23, Tennessee (AFC) 16 at Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia