The NFL playoff rankings are now officially out and the preseason schedule is now official.
The NFL will have 16 playoff games, which will mean that the top two teams in the NFC and AFC will be able to compete for home field in the playoffs.
The NFL’s playoff schedule has been a topic of debate for a while.
While some teams will have home games, others will have away games.
The top two picks in each division and the top three picks in the AFC and NFC will play in the postseason.
There have been a lot of discussions about which teams will be on the field in all 16 playoff spots.
The teams that were eliminated from playoff contention are the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons.
The Patriots are also set to host the Houston Texans in Week 2.
The Falcons will play the Minnesota Vikings in Week 3.
The Packers and Ravens will play each other in Week 4.
There will also be a matchup between the Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 5.
This season has been full of speculation.
Some teams have been in the running for a Super Bowl title while others have been eliminated in the first round of the playoffs by a wildcard team.
The preseason schedule was released on Tuesday and will likely come in at around $40 million.
The top two seeds in each conference will play for homefield in the playoff, with the top seed in the division having home games against the top teams in their division.
The NFC West, NFC North, NFC South and NFC East are all set to be in the same division.
The AFC South and AFC North are set to play each others home games.
This season’s wildcard games will be the New York Jets at the Denver Broncos and the Miami Dolphins at the Cincinnati Bengals.
The AFC North will play against the Cleveland Browns in Week 8.
The NFC East is set to have a matchup with the Green Bay Packers in Week 12.
The Patriots, Falcons, Panthers and Vikings are the teams who have been set to make the playoffs for the last five seasons.
The Saints, Colts, Cardinals, Cowboys and Bears have been the most recent teams to reach the playoffs, but it is not known if either the Packers or Falcons will make the postseason this year.