What the NFL Playoffs bracket looks like after Wild Card Weekend

The 2022-23 NFL Playoffs bracket is set after the field of teams was trimmed to eight over Wild Card Weekend.

With the top-seeded teams in each conference — the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles, this year — earning the right to play the lowest-seeded team to advance to the Divisional Round, the bracket isn’t truly in place until the first six teams are gone.

With only six postseason games left until Super Bowl LVII, the bracket now looks like this:

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On Saturday, the San Francisco 49ers eliminated the Seattle Seahawks and the Jacksonville Jaguars erased a 27-point deficit to beat the Los Angeles Chargers.

On Sunday, the Buffalo Bills, New York Giants, and Cincinnati Bengals took out the Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, and Baltimore Ravens, respectively.

In the wild card finale, the Dallas Cowboys breezed through the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

All four division winners in the AFC advanced, but two wild card teams — the Giants and Cowboys — earned a spot in the Divisional Round in the NFC.

Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire