2009 National Football League Season - Playoffs

Playoffs

The playoffs began with Wild Card Weekend on January 9–10, 2010. The Divisional Playoffs were played on January 16–17 and the Conference Championship Games on January 24. Super Bowl XLIV was played on February 7 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

Playoff seeds
Seed AFC NFC
1 Indianapolis Colts (South winner) New Orleans Saints (South winner)
2 San Diego Chargers (West winner) Minnesota Vikings (North winner)
3 New England Patriots (East winner) Dallas Cowboys (East winner)
4 Cincinnati Bengals (North winner) Arizona Cardinals (West winner)
5 New York Jets Green Bay Packers
6 Baltimore Ravens Philadelphia Eagles

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