With Super Bowl 50 on the horizon, the question of who will win the championship will once again be a heated debate.
However, the first four SuperBowl teams will be vying for the title, as the top four teams will meet in the first round of the playoffs.
With the Super Bowl already being played, the only question left to be answered is who will make the SuperBounce.
The top four spots in the AFC will go to the San Diego Chargers and the Houston Texans, followed by the Denver Broncos and the Philadelphia Eagles.
The NFC will have two teams battling it out for the top spot.
As it stands, it looks like the AFC and NFC will fight it out in the playoffs, with the winner moving on to the Superbowl, which will be held in New Orleans on February 4.
If the top three teams from the AFC finish the season undefeated, the Superdome would go to San Diego in the conference championship game.
The Chargers would then go on to beat the Patriots and then the Bengals, while the Bengals would finish the year with a win over the Steelers.
In the NFC, the top two teams in the division would meet in a battle of the wild cards.
The Atlanta Falcons and Dallas Cowboys would both finish the regular season undefeated before meeting in the Super bowls.
The Cowboys would then defeat the Packers, while Atlanta would then lose to the Saints in the NFC Championship game.
The last wild card spot would go up for grabs in the regular-season finale between the Green Bay Packers and the New Orleans Saints, as both teams would face off in the championship game of the NFC Divisional Playoff.
The final wild card team would be the Washington Redskins, who would then meet the Dallas Cowboys and then win in the Dallas-Ft.
Worth, Texas, Dome.