AFC Championship Shaping up
The New England Patriots (13-2, 1st AFC) have captured the #1 seed in the AFC again this season with Oakland Raiders (12-3, 2nd AFC) taking the second seed while a host of other teams will be left to fight it out for a shot to move on. If the playoffs were to begin today, it would look like this:
6th Seed Miami Dolphins VS 3rd Seed Pittsburgh Steelers
5th Seed Kansas City Chiefs VS 4th Seed Houston Texans.
NEW ENGLAND clinched the AFC East division title and a first-round bye (Week 15).
HOUSTON clinched the AFC South division title (Week 16).
PITTSBURGH clinched the AFC North division title (Week 16).
KANSAS CITY clinched a playoff berth (Week 16).
OAKLAND clinched a playoff berth (Week 15).
MIAMI clinched a playoff berth (Week 16).
2015 AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
Who will come out on top in the American Football Conference this season? Pundits and fans are looking at the AFC in a new light recently. The New England Patriots are always favorites to take the AFC. The Denver Broncos are struting thier stuff.
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AFC Championship History
The American Football Conference is one of the most exciting games in football next to the Super Bowl – some might say even more so, as the AFC win determines the team in the league that will go to the Super Bowl. The AFC Championship is a semi final game that matches up the two top teams in the AFC division in the NFL. The winner receives the Lamar Hunt trophy – and faces the NFC champions in the Super Bowl. The Current Champions are the Indianapolis Colts, but this coming January might change that! The AFC began when the NFL and American Football League merged. The 10 former AFL teams, along with the Baltimore Colts, Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers. Towards the end of each season, a series of playoff games between the top six teams in the AFC happen – the four division champs and two Wild Card Teams. The two remaining play the AFC championship – and one of them may even make it to the Super Bowl. However, since the ’75/ ’76
season a Wild Card team cannot host the game – unless both Championship participants are wild card draws.
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