It’s official — the NFL regular season is over, and it’s time to say goodbye to 2014, and get geared up for what should be a thrilling playoff season! We don’t know who will venture to Phoenix to play in the 49th edition of the Super Bowl, but we do know that it will be a fight to get there. Before Wildcard Weekend kicks off, test your NFL postseason knowledge with our trivia game below. Enjoy!

1. What team holds the record for most consecutive appearances in a postseason game?

2. What team has lost the most playoff games over the course of their franchise?

3. What team has the most seasons with playoff appearances?

4. When was the last time the Cincinnati Bengals won a playoff game?

5. What game had the largest margin of victory in playoff history?

6. What was the highest scoring playoff game of all time?

7. What was the lowest scoring playoff game?

8. In 1992, what team overcame a 32-point deficit to win? (The largest in history)

9. Which player holds the record for most touchdowns in a single playoff game?

10. With a total of 4.5, which player holds the records for most sacks in a postseason matchup?


1. The Dallas Cowboys had 9 consecutive appearances in playoff games from 1975-1983.

2. The Minnesota Vikings have lost 25 postseason games, the most of any other franchise.

3. The New York Giants with 30 seasons.

4. 1990 – they will have a chance again this year to break their streak.

5. The 1940 NFL Championship Game. The Chicago Bears beat the Washington Redskins 73-0, the most in postseason history.

6. In 1995, the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Detroit Lions 58-37, totaling 95 points between the two teams!

7. The 1970 postseason meeting between the Dallas Cowboys and the Detroit Lions. Dallas won 5-0.

8. The Buffalo Bills trailed Houston 35-32, but ended firing back to steal the victory in overtime.

9. In the 1993 NFC divisional game, Ricky Watters of the 49ers scored a record 5 touchdowns against the NY Giants.

10. Willie McGinest of the New England Patriots achieved 4.5 sacks against the Jacksonville Jaguar in the 2005 Wildcard Weekend.

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