List of Current National Football League Consecutive Playoff Appearances

List Of Current National Football League Consecutive Playoff Appearances

The following is a list of National Football League teams with the most consecutive active seasons appearing in the playoffs. Thus the teams presently eligible are the twelve which made the 2012 NFL Playoffs by either winning one of the eight divisions or by winning a wildcard spot at the conclusion of the 16 game regular season.

Note: Super Bowl appearances during streak in parentheses; victories in bold
  • 5 seasons: Baltimore Ravens
  • 4 seasons: Green Bay Packers (XLV), New England Patriots (XLVI)
  • 3 seasons: Atlanta Falcons
  • 2 seasons: San Francisco 49ers, Houston Texans, Denver Broncos, Cincinnati Bengals
  • 1 season: Indianapolis Colts, Seattle Seahawks, Minnesota Vikings, Washington Redskins

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