Saturday’s NFL playoff action is over and the NFL playoff brackets are beginning to shift into place. The NFC is halfway done, with the Seattle Seahawks through to the next round. On Saturday, the AFC finished its first game, with the New York Jets traveling to Indianapolis and using a last second field goal to drop the Colts.
Here’s a look at the AFC playoff bracket after Saturday.
New England Patriots vs. New York Jets
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Kansas City Chiefs/Baltimore Ravens
The Patriots will host the Jets after New York knocked-off Indy. The winner of Sunday’s game between the Ravens and Chiefs will travel to Pittsburgh to battle the Steelers next weekend, as well. Much more simple than the NFC bracket is thus far.
New England is the No. 1 seed and holds home-field advantage throughout the playoffs while Pittsburgh is the No. 2 seed. Simple enough to understand? Why yes it is.
Stay tuned to this StoryStream for updates as the NFL playoff brackets come into focus throughout Sunday leading up to the release of next weekend’s playoff schedule.