NFC SOUTHAFC EASTNew Orleans13-3New England12-4Atlanta7-9Buffalo10-6Tampa Bay7-9NY Jets7-9Carolina5-11Miami5-11NFC EASTAFC NORTHPhiladelphia9-7Baltimore14-2Dallas8-8Pittsburgh8-8NY Giants4-12Cleveland6-10Washington3-13Cincinnati2-14NFC NORTHAFC SOUTHGreen Bay 13-3Houston10-6Minnesota10-6Tennessee9-7Chicago8-8 Indianapolis7-9Detroit3-12-1Jacksonville6-10NFC WESTAFC WESTSan Francisco13-3Kansas City12-4Seattle11-5Denver7-9LA Rams9-7Oakland7-9 Arizona5-10-1LA Chargers5-11WILD CARD GAMESWILD CARD GAMESSeattle 17 Philadelphia 9Tennessee 20 New England 13Minnesota 26 New Orleans 20Buffalo 19 Houston 22DIVISIONAL GAMESDIVISIONAL GAMESMinnesota 10 San Francisco 27Tennessee 28 Baltimore 12Seattle 23 Green Bay28Houston 31 Kansas City 51NFC CHAMPIONSHIPAFC CHAMPIONSHIPGreen Bay at San FranciscoTennessee at Kansas CitySUPER BOWL LIV at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami
Bruce Arians’ first season as Buccaneer head coach was more up and down than any other in franchise history. Losing streaks, win streaks and the first quarterback in NFL history to throw 30 touchdowns and 30 interceptions in a single season. Jameis Winston also passed for 5,000 yards as the offense ranked as one of the best in the NFL once again and as the year went on, the youthful secondary started playing well too. Shaq Barrett led the NFL with 19.5 sacks but losing the final two games at home cost the chance of a winning season.