NFC EASTAFC EASTPhiladelphia10-6New England14-2NY Giants10-6NY Jets11-5Washington6-10Miami7-9Dallas6-10Buffalo4-12NFC NORTHAFC NORTHChicago11-5Pittsburgh12-4Green Bay10-6Baltimore12-4Detroit6-10Cleveland5-11Minnesota6-10Cincinnati4-12NFC SOUTHAFC SOUTHAtlanta13-3Indianapolis10-6New Orleans11-5Jacksonville8-8Tampa Bay10-6Tennessee7-9Carolina2-14Houston6-10NFC WESTAFC WESTSeattle7-9Kansas City10-6St.Louis7-9San Diego9-7San Francisco6-10Oakland8-8Arizona5-11Denver4-12WILD CARD GAMESWILD CARD GAMESSeattle 41 New Orleans 36Baltimore 30 Kansas City 7Green Bay 21 Philadelphia 16NY Jets 17 Indianapolis 16DIVISIONAL GAMESDIVISIONAL GAMESGreen Bay 48 Atlanta 21NY Jets 28 New England 21Chicago 35 Seattle 24Pittsburgh 31 Baltimore 24NFC CHAMPIONSHIPAFC CHAMPIONSHIPGreen Bay 21 Chicago 14Pittsburgh 21 NY Jets 16SUPER BOWL XLIII at Cowboys Stadium, TexasGreen Bay 31 Pittsburgh 25
Most pundits had the Bucs winning no more than four games in 2010. Everyone expected Raheem Morris to be fired and the season to be a disaster. Oh how wrong they all were. The Bucs jumped out to a 3-1 and then 5-2 start and stayed in the playoff hunt right to the final week with a collection of rookies, undrafted free agents and the best young QB in the NFL. In spite of crippling injuries, these young resilient Bucs just kept coming back for more and ended the year 10-6 with the respect of fans and pundits around the world.