| Mighty Might|
|Superbowl Game 1: |
Dolphins vs. Ravens
|10:00 AM -10:30AM|
|Playoff Game 1: Tampa Bay vs. Cheifs||10:35 AM -11:05AM|
|Playoff Game 2: Cowboys vs. 49ers||11:05 AM – 11:35AM|
Playoff Game 1: Jets vs. Packers
|11:40 AM – 12:10PM|
|Super Bowl: Winner of Playoff Game 1 vs. Winner of Playoff Game 2 |
Super Bowl: Saints (Bye) vs. Winner of Playoff Game 1
How Seatings are Determined :
After the completion of the Week 5 games in each division, the seating for the playoffs will be determined based on the teams’ performance during the first five weeks of the season. The seating is typically determined by a combination of factors, such as the teams’ win-loss records, overall points scored, head-to-head results, and any tiebreaker rules specific to the league or organization.
Once the Week 5 games are finished, the league officials or organizers will review the teams’ records and apply the predetermined tiebreaker criteria if necessary to determine the playoff seedings. The seating order will be established, with the higher-seeded teams typically receiving certain advantages, such as home-field advantage or a first-round bye.
The specific details of the seating order will vary depending on the league or organization overseeing the playoffs. It’s important to refer to the specific rules and regulations of the league or organization in question to understand the exact process and criteria used to set the playoff seatings.
Playoff Structure :
Tournament-style seating allows for a structured and organized competition, ensuring fair matchups and providing a clear path towards determining the ultimate winner. The specific details of tournament-style seating can vary depending on the sport or event, including the number of rounds, the number of teams participating, and any additional rules or tiebreaker criteria in place.