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NFC SOUTH AFC EAST New Orleans 13-3 New England 11-5 Atlanta 7-9 Miami 7-9 Carolina 7-9 Buffalo 6-10 Tampa Bay 5-11 NY Jets 4-12 NFC EAST AFC NORTH Dallas 10-6 Baltimore 10-6 Philadelphia 9-7 Pittsburgh 9-6-1 Washington 7-9 Cleveland 7-8-1 NY Giants 5-11 Cincinnati 6-10 NFC NORTH AFC SOUTH Chicago 12-4 Houston 11-5 Minnesota 8-7-1 Indianapolis 10-6 Green Bay 6-9-1 Tennessee 9-7 Detroit 6-10 Jacksonville 5-11 NFC WEST AFC WEST LA Rams 13-3 Kansas City 12-4 Seattle 10-6 LA Chargers 12-4 San Francisco 4-12 Denver 6-10 Arizona 3-13 Oakland 4-12 WILD CARD GAMES WILD CARD GAMES Dallas 24 Seattle 22 Indianapolis 21 Houston 7 Philadelphia 16 Chicago 15 LA Chargers 23 Baltimore 17 DIVISIONAL GAMES DIVISIONAL GAMES LA Rams 30 Dallas 22 Kansas City 31 Indianapolis 13 New Orleans 20 Philadelphia 14 New England 41 LA Chargers 28 NFC CHAMPIONSHIP AFC CHAMPIONSHIP  LA Rams 26 New Orleans 23 New England 37 Kansas City 31 SUPER BOWL LIII  at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta New England Patriots 13 Los Angeles Rams 3
2018   saw   a   second   straight   5-11   finish   for   the   Buccaneers   and   ultimately   another   change   in   head coach   as   Dirk   Koetter   was   released   hours   after   the   season   finale.         The   offense   ranked   as   one   of the   best   in   the   NFL   and   the   best   in   franchise   history   but   both   quarterbacks   had   a   propensity   for turnovers   and   the   performance   of   the   defense   over   the   first   half   of   the   season   meant   a   lot   of high-scoring   losses.         Kicking   woes,   an   off-season   suspension   for   Jameis   Winston   and   the   firing   of defensive   co-ordinator   Mike   Smith   at   mid-season   were   all   part   of   the   events   that   surrounded another losing season in Tampa and a 11th consecutive year out of the post-season 
The 2018 roster The 2018 roster