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NFC EAST AFC EAST NY Giants 9-7 New England 13-3 Dallas 8-8 NY Jets 8-8 Philadelphia 8-8 Buffalo 6-10 Washington 5-11 Miami 6-10 NFC NORTH AFC NORTH Green Bay 15-1 Pittsburgh 12-4 Detroit 10-6 Baltimore 12-4 Chicago 8-8 Cincinnati 9-7 Minnesota 3-13 Cleveland 4-12 NFC SOUTH AFC SOUTH New Orleans 13-3 Houston 10-6 Atlanta 10-6 Tennessee 9-7 Carolina 6-10 Jacksonville 5-11 Tampa Bay 4-12 Indianapolis 2-14 NFC WEST AFC WEST San Francisco 13-3 Denver 8-8 Arizona 8-8 Oakland 8-8 Seattle 7-9 San Diego 8-8 St.Louis 2-14 Kansas City 7-9 WILD CARD GAMES WILD CARD GAMES New Orleans 45 Detroit 28 Denver 29 Pittsburgh 23 NY Giants 24 Atlanta 2 Houston 31 Cincinnati 10 DIVISIONAL GAMES DIVISIONAL GAMES NY Giants 37 Green Bay 20 New England 45 Denver 10 San Francisco 36 New Orleans 32 Baltimore 20 Houston 13 NFC CHAMPIONSHIP AFC CHAMPIONSHIP NY Giants 20 San Francisco 17 New England 23 Baltimore 20 SUPER BOWL XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis NY Giants 21 New England 17
A season that promised so much going into September and saw the Bucs at one stage leading the division at 4- 2 totally fell apart under the weight of a 10-game losing streak. A second visit to Wembley for an International Series game meant much to British fans but the loss to Chicago saw the start of a collapse to rival any in franchise history. Raheem Morris ultimately paid the price by losing his job the day after the season finished and a 4-12 mark was one of the worst in franchise history.