Printable NFL Playoff Bracket 2020
The 2019-20 NFL Playoffs are finally underway after some exciting early-round matchups. The San Francisco 49ers handled the Minnesota Vikings, 27-10, to advance to this year's NFC Championship Game at home in Santa Clara. The Green Bay Packers also survived a second-half push by the Seattle Seahawks to earn their shot at the NFC crown.
Meanwhile, the AFC's No. 1 seed and previous overall Super Bowl betting favorite Baltimore Ravens, according to FanDuel Sportsbook, saw their season come to a shocking and early end after the No. 6 seed Tennessee Titans went on the road and pulled off yet another upset win as heavy underdogs in the Divisional Round.
Following an incredible 23-point comeback win over the Houston Texans in Kansas City, the Chiefs now host the Titans at Arrowhead Stadium this Sunday in Tennessee's first appearance in the AFC Championship Game since the 2002-03 season.
As we approach the Conference Championship round of the NFL Playoffs, we have a pair of big games to look forward to this weekend, with each berth to Super Bowl LIV on the line this Sunday.
Printable NFL Playoff Bracket PDF
To view, download or print your own 2019-20 NFL playoff bracket as a PDF file, use this link.
Filling out an NFL playoff bracket might not be quite as crazy as March Madness, but it's still a great way to stay entertained throughout the NFL postseason if you aren't going to be betting on the games.
Be sure to follow along with The Duel all throughout the NFL Playoffs for betting content and postseason fantasy football insights leading up to Super Bowl LIV.
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