In a turn of destiny, the Browns will be made to play a Steelers team that knocked Cleveland from the playoffs each of the past two times that the Browns have left it (1994, 2002).
The Bills will soon be kicking off the playoffs this year with the very first game on Saturday while the Browns will shut out the wild-card round using a match against the Steelers on Sunday night.
Though Brady has been into the playoffs 17 occasions, this will indicate the first time he is qualified to get a wild-card team. (He's played in the wild-card round before, but that only occurred because the Patriots were hosting a game as a division champion.)
The NFC is absolutely loaded with star power. Besides Brady, the conference will also feature three additional Super Bowl winning quarterbacks in Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees and Russell Wilson. Compared to people three, Rodgers is going to have a slightly easier time getting back into the Super Bowl and that is since the Packers have a first-round bye.
With 14 teams, the playoffs will have a slightly different look this season. For the first time ever, the wild-card round will feature a triple-header on both Saturday and Sunday. After somehow managing to perform 256 regular season games through a pandemic, all the NFL must do is play 13 more to crown a Super Bowl champion. With that in mind, here's the entire program for the postseason.