2005–06 NFL Playoffs - Bracket

Bracket

January 8 - Giants Stadium January 15 - Soldier Field
5 Carolina 23
5 Carolina 29
4 N.Y. Giants 0 January 22 - Qwest Field
2 Chicago 21
NFC
January 7 - Raymond James Stadium 5 Carolina 14
January 14 - Qwest Field
1 Seattle 34
6 Washington 17 NFC Championship
6 Washington 10
3 Tampa Bay 10 February 5 - Ford Field
1 Seattle 20
Wild Card Playoffs
Divisional Playoffs
January 8 - Paul Brown Stadium N1 Seattle 10
January 15 - RCA Dome
A6 Pittsburgh 21
6 Pittsburgh 31 Super Bowl XL
6 Pittsburgh 21
3 Cincinnati 17 January 22 - Invesco Field at Mile High
1 Indianapolis 18
AFC
January 7 - Gillette Stadium 6 Pittsburgh 34
January 14 - Invesco Field at Mile High
2 Denver 17
5 Jacksonville 3 AFC Championship
4 New England 13
4 New England 28
2 Denver 27

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