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2020 NFL Playoffs Template

The bracket sheet you need if you consider yourself a true fan of football. This free template has everything you need to track the progress of your favorite team as they play their opponents. The simple document takes all the hassle and struggle, out of the sport that would otherwise distract you from what you love, watching the game. You will get a simple PDF document that you will just print out and then enter the information required as you watch through the season. If you’re ready to get started today, just read the guide given below. It really is that easy!

2020 NFL Playoffs Template Instructions

The first step will be to download the free template file to your computer. To download the free template today, just scroll to the bottom of this page and click the link at the bottom of this page.

Now, since the document is a simple PDF template, you will first need to print the sheet. To print your newly downloaded document, click the “File” tab above and then select the “Print” option from the list displayed below.

With your physical copy, you can enter the teams who are to face off in the brackets system as shown.

You are probably familiar with this structure. All you need to do is enter the names of each team next to the team they are to face off against first. As the teams continue to be eliminated through the season, you will progress the winners further and further until the final round.

There really is nothing to this template. You have all the tools you need to track your teams and make sure you’re up-to-date.

This template is the perfect tool for football fans to monitor the progress of the Super Bowl on their own terms, in a way that’s simple and won’t distract you from the game itself.

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2014 NFL Schedule

The 2014 NFL schedule opens up with the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks hosting Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers on Thursday, September 4th. There are a total of 255 games on the 2014 NFL schedule. You can follow all the action with the complete 2014 NFL schedule from PrintableBrackets.net. The 2014 NFL schedule is instantly downloadable, printable and available free of charge right here on this page.

About the 2014 NFL Schedule

The league instituted some changes for the 2014 NFL schedule. The league can now “flex” or move a game into and out of the “Sunday Night Football” slot beginning as early as Week 5. Previously, the “flex scheduling” policy didn’t take effect until Week 11.

In addition, the NFL can now “cross flex” games between broadcast networks. Previously, a single network had exclusive broadcasting rights to a game featuring two teams from the same conference. Now, the league can move the game to the other network to balance the broadcast schedule.

The 2014 NFL Schedule: Week One

The opening contest on the 2014 NFL schedule features a matchup of playoff teams from a season ago. Seattle is coming off of its first Super Bowl victory in franchise history. After dispatching of the New Orleans Saints and the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC playoffs, the Seahawks demolished Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, 43-8, in Super Bowl XLVII. The Packers earned a spot in the postseason after winning the NFC North, but were ousted by the 49ers in the Wild Card round.

There are several other notable games in Week One on the 2014 NFL schedule. Drew Brees and the Saints will renew their rivalry with the Atlanta Falcons. Fellow longtime rivals will meet in Dallas when Tony Romo and the Cowboys take on the San Francisco 49ers. Meanwhile, Peyton will face his former team when the Broncos host Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts on “Sunday Night Football”.

Week One on the 2014 NFL schedule also features a pair of Monday night games. First, Eli Manning and the New York Giants will travel to Detroit to do battle with Calvin Johnson and the Lions. Week One wraps up with the Arizona Cardinals hosting Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers.

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2014 NFL Preseason Schedule

The 2014 NFL Preseason schedule opens up with the Buffalo Bills battling the New York Giants in the annual Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio. You can get ready for the all the exhibition action with the full 2014 NFL preseason schedule from PrintableBrackets.net.

The 2014 NFL preseason schedule is printable and can be downloaded instantly. You can also find the complete 2014 NFL regular season schedule, as well as printable schedules for all 32 NFL teams right here at PrintableBrackets.net.

The 2014 NFL Preseason Schedule

The NFL is back with the preseason opener on Sunday, August 3rd with the annual Hall of Fame Game. The exhibition bout is the final event during the NFL’s Hall of Fame weekend. This year, Michael Strahan, Andre reed, Derrick Brooks, Ray Guy, Walter Jones, Aeneas Williams and Claude Humphrey will all be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Week One of the 2014 NFL preseason schedule will be played August 7-10. The defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks will open their 2014 NFL preseason schedule on the road against the team they hammered in the NFL’s championship game, the Denver Broncos. Seattle destroyed Denver, 43-8, when the teams met in Super Bowl XLVII in February.

Meanwhile, DeSean Jackson is scheduled to make his debut with the Redskins when Washington hosts the New England Patriots on August 7th. Also on the 7th, new quarterback Michael Vick and the New York Jets will host Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts.

Week Two of the 2014 NFL preseason schedule will be played from August 14th-18. Week Three begins on August 21st and ends on the 24th. The final week of the 2014 NFL preseason schedule begins on August 28th. All 32 NFL teams will be in action on the 28th in their final dress rehearsal for the regular season.

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2013 NFL Schedule

The first game on the 2013 NFL schedule features Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos hosting Joe Flacco and the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens on Thursday, September 5th.  You can download and print the complete 2013 NFL schedule instantly and for free on this page. There are also individual schedules for all 32 NFL teams, as well as NFL pick em sheets for all 17 weeks of the season available for at no charge courtesy of PrintableBrackets.net!

The 2013 NFL Schedule: Week One

The 2013 NFL schedule opener is a rematch of a wild divisional round playoff matchup. The Ravens went in to Denver and stunned the top-seeded Broncos, 38-35, in double-overtime last January. The Ravens forced overtime when Flacco connected on a 70-yard touchdown pass to Jacoby Jones late in the fourth quarter.

The Ravens then went on to knock off the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game en route to beating the San Francisco 49ers, 34-31, in Super Bowl XLVII.

In other notable Week One games on the 2013 NFL Schedule, the 49ers will host the Green Bay Packers in another playoff rematch. The New York Giants will be on the road to renew their rivalry with the Dallas Cowboys in the first “Sunday Night Football” affair on the 2013 NFL schedule.

Week One of the 2013 NFL schedule will conclude with a “Monday Night Football” doubleheader, as the Philadelphia Eagles will meet the Washington Redskins, while the Houston Texans will clash with the San Diego Chargers.

Notable Games on the 2013 NFL Schedule

In addition to the traditional division rivalry games, there are more than several notable games on the 2013 NFL schedule. In Week Two, Peyton and the Broncos will travel to the Meadowlands to face brother Eli and the Giants.

Peyton will take on his former team for the first time when the Broncos are in Indianapolis to meet Andrew Luck and the Colts in Week 7. Peyton will also rekindle his rivalry with Tom Brady when the Broncos battle the New England Patriots on November 24th.

Other notable games on the 2013 NFL schedule include:

  • Week 2 – 49ers at Seahawks
  • Week 3 – Chiefs at Eagles
  • Week 3 – Texans at Ravens
  • Week 6 – Redskins at Cowboys
  • Week 16 – Patriots at Ravens

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NFL Preseason Schedule

The 2013 NFL Preseason schedule opens up with the Dallas Cowboys clashing with the Miami Dolphins in the annual Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio. Gear up for the regular season with the complete 2013 NFL Preseason schedule.

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The 2013 NFL Preseason Schedule

NFL football returns to the field with the annual Hall of Fame Game on Sunday, August 4th.  The exhibition affair wraps up Hall of Fame weekend in Canton. In the first-ever Hall of Game, the New York Giants and St. Louis Cardinals played to a 21-21 tie in 1962. The game has been played every year since with the exception of 2011 when it was cancelled due to the lockout.

Week One of the 2013 NFL Preseason schedule begins on Thursday, August 8th. The following day, the New England Patriots will be on the road to face the Philadelphia Eagles. The Pats will be on the field for the first time since the arrest of tight end Aaron Hernandez.

Week Three of the preseason is traditionally when the starters and regulars will see the most playing time. Some notable matchups in Week Three include the annual meeting between the New York Giants and New York Jets, an NFC affair between the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers, and an exhibition bout featuring the Minnesota Vikings and San Francisco 49ers.

The 2013 NFL Preseason schedule wraps up on Thursday, August 29th. On that date, all teams will play their final game of the preseason. The 2013 NFL regular season begins when the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens face Peyton Manning and the Broncos in Denver on Thursday, September 5th.

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Vikings Schedule

Few teams have had more success during the regular season since the AFL-NFL merger than the Minnesota Vikings. However, the Vikings are one of the teams still looking to hoist the Lombardi Trophy for the first time. Before glancing at this year’s Vikings schedule, here’s a look back at the team’s past.

Vikings Schedule: Past and Present

Minnesota was originally awarded an expansion franchise in the American Football League in 1959, but eventually ended up getting an NFL franchise in January 1960. In September of that year, the name “Vikings” was adopted.

The Vikings opened their first-ever season with a 37-13 victory over the Chicago Bears in 1961. Minnesota, however, stumbled to a 3-11 mark in its inaugural year. The Vikes made their first playoff appearance in 1968, but lost in the Divisional Round to the Baltimore Colts. The following year, the Vikings defeated the Cleveland Browns to capture their first NFL championship. Minnesota would go on to suffer a 23-7 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl IV.

The Vikings had a great deal of success after the merger throughout the 1970s. Led by head coach Bud Grant, quarterback Fran Tarkenton and the “Purple People Eaters” defense, the Vikings reached the Super Bowl three times during the decade. However, Minnesota lost all three times; to the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl VII, the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl IX and the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XI.

The Vikings would continue to have regular season success, making the playoffs 15 times from 1978-2000. The Vikings went 15-1 and were the favorite to win the Super Bowl in 1998, but the suffered a shocking 30-27 overtime loss to the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC title game.

Before the start of the 2009 season, the Vikings signed former Packers quarterback Brett Favre. Minnesota went 12-4 and reached the conference title game once again, but came up short in a 31-28 overtime loss to the New Orleans Saints.

Little was expected of the Vikings in 2012, but behind Adrian Peterson’s 2,075 rushing yards they earned a Wild Card spot by going 10-6 and beating the Packers in the final game of the season. However, the Packers had the last laugh as they cruised to a 24-10 in the opening round.

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Titans Schedule

Much of the history of the Tennessee Titans occurred when the team was located in Houston and known as the Oilers. However, the Titans have accomplished plenty of notable things in their own right during their brief time in Tennessee. Before visiting the upcoming Titans scheduled, here’s a look at the team’s past.

Titans Schedule: Past and Present

The history of the Titans begins in 1960 when the Houston Oilers were one of the original members of the American Football League. The Oilers called Houston home from 1960-96 and they won the AFL title in ’60 and ’61. After merging with the NFL in 1970, the Oilers advanced to the playoffs 10 times, but they were never able to get to the Super Bowl.

The Oilers announced they would be leaving Houston for Tennessee after the 1996 season, even though their new stadium wouldn’t be ready until 1999. The Oilers kept their name for their first two years in their new state, but became the Titans to coincide with moving into their new facility.

In their first season with their new name, head coach Jeff Fisher and quarterback Steve McNair helped lead the Titans to a 13-3 record and a spot in the AFC playoffs. The Titans opened the playoffs with a win over the Buffalo Bills thanks to the play that is forever known as the “Music City Miracle.”

Tennessee went on to pound the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC title game to reach the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history. However, Tennessee suffered a heartbreaking 23-16 loss to the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXIV when wide receiver Kevin Dyson was tackled one-yard short of the end zone as time expired.

In 2008, the Titans began the year 10-0 and earned a bye in the first round of the playoffs. However, they were upended by the Baltimore Ravens in the divisional round. Entering 2013, the Titans haven’t been to the playoffs since.

Tennessee hasn’t finished above .500 since ’08.

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Texans Schedule

Entering 2013, the Houston Texans are the youngest franchise in the NFL. However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of football history in the city. Before taking a look at the upcoming Texans schedule, here’s a look at the history of football in the city of Houston.

Texans Schedule: Past and Present

The city of Houston was first home to a team when the Oilers were an inaugural member of the American Football League. The Oilers called Houston home until owner Bud Adams uprooted the team and moved it to Tennessee in 1997.

In October 1999, it was announced that Houston would receive an expansion franchise to replace the since departed Oilers. In September 200, owner Bob McNair announced the new franchise would be called the Texans. The first head coach of the team was Dom Capers, who was also the first head coach in the history of the Carolina Panthers.

The Texans opened play in 2002 and their first regular season game was at home against the Dallas Cowboys. The Texans stunned the Cowboys, 19-10, in their opener behind rookie quarterback and top overall pick David Carr. The celebration would be short-lived as the Texans would go on to finish their inaugural season with a record of 4-12.

The Texans floundered during Capers’ tenure, which culminated with a 2-14 finish in 2005, Capers was canned and Gary Kubiak was brought in. After finishing 6-10 in 2006, Houston went 8-8, 8-8 and 9-7 the next three years. After stumbling to a 6-10 mark in 2010, the Texans finally won the AFC South division title with a mark of 6-10.

Houston notched a 31-10 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in its first-ever playoff game, but suffered a 20-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens the following week. Houston again won the division title and beat the Bengals in the opening round of the playoffs in 2012, but couldn’t get past the New England Patriots in the Divisional Round.

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Steelers Schedule

Few franchises in all of sports are more respected and revered than the Pittsburgh Steelers. Since the NFL-AFL merger in 1970, the Steelers have perennially been a force to be reckoned with. Some of the greatest players in league history have also suited up in black and gold. Before taking a look at the new Steelers schedule, here’s a look at their storied past.

Steelers Schedule: Past and Present

The Steelers were born as the Pittsburgh Pirates in July 1933. In addition to being one of the oldest franchises in the NFL, the Steelers are the oldest team in the AFC. After failing to reach the playoffs in each of their first seven seasons, the team became the Steelers in 1940. Due to World War II, the Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles merged to become the “Steagles” for one year in 1943. They then merged with the Cardinals in 1944 before resuming play as the Steelers the following year.

The Steelers made the playoffs for the first time in 1947, but would fail to do so again until 1962. Things began to change for the franchise after the hiring of head coach Chuck Noll in 1969. After the addition of future Hall of Famers Terry Bradshaw, “Mean” Joe Greene, Jack Ham and Franco Harris, a dynasty would soon be born.

The Steelers captured the first of their four Super Bowl titles in the 1970s when they defeated Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl IX. Pittsburgh then beat the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl X and Super Bowl XII before dismantling the Los Angeles Rams in XIV in 1979.

Knoll’s run with Pittsburgh ended when he retired in 1992. He was replaced by Bill Cowher. The Steelers didn’t return to the championship game until facing the Cowboys again in 1995. Dallas would avenge its previous losses with a 27-17 victory in Super Bowl XXX.

In 2005, Cowher, running back Jerome Bettis and young quarterback Ben Roethlisberger led the Steelers to a 21-10 win over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL. In 2007, Mike Tomlin took over as head coach after Cowher decided to resign. Tomlin, Roethlisberger and the Steelers went on to edge the Arizona Cardinals, 27-23, in Super Bowl XLIII.

The duo also helped lead the Steelers to a spot in Super Bowl XLV, but they suffered a 31-25 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Still, entering the 2014 Steelers schedule, Pittsburgh’s six Super Bowl titles are the most in NFL history.

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Seahawks Schedule

The Seattle Seahawks are the only franchise in NFL history to switch conference twice after the NFL-AFL merger in 1970. After three non-descript decades, the Seahawks have emerged as a perennial contender in the NFC. Before looking forward to the new Seahawks schedule, let’s take a look at the franchise’s history.

Seahawks Schedule: Past and Present

The Seahawks were formed when Seattle was granted an expansion franchise in 1974. Originally, the new team was going to be called the Kings, but the Seahawks moniker was selected after a naming contest. The Seahawks began play in 1976 in the NFC and went 2-12 in their inaugural season. Seattle moved to the AFC the following year.

The Seahawks reached the postseason for the first time in 1983 and advanced all the way to the AFC Championship Game, but suffered a 30-14 loss to the Los Angeles Raiders. Seattle again reached the postseason in 1984, ’87 and ’88, but never advanced past the Divisional Round.

The team had only one other playoff appearance from 1989-2002 and the ‘Hawks moved back to the NFC following the ’02 season. With Mike Holmgren as head coach and Matt Hasselbeck at quarterback, the Seahawks also moved into the brand new Seahawks Stadium in ’02.

The Seahawks suffered back-to-back first-round losses in 2003 and 2004, but 2005 would prove to be their finest year. On the legs of running back and NFL MVP Shaun Alexander, the Seahawks went 13-3, won the NFC West title and knocked off the Carolina Panthers to advance to the Super Bowl for the first time in team history. However, The Seahawks were unable to complete the storybook season, as they suffered a 21-10 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XL.

The new era of the Seahawks is led by head coach Pete Carroll and young quarterback Russell Wilson. The Seahawks selected Wilson in the third round of the 2012 draft. After surprisingly being named the starter prior to the start of the season, Wilson led the ‘Hawks to an 11-5 record and a Wild Card berth

Seattle enters the 2014 season as defending champions after demolishing the Denver Broncos, 43-8, in Super Bowl XLVIII.

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