When do the NFL playoffs start in 2015?

Jump to navigation Jump to search. Seasonal NFL playoffs. The National Football League playoffs for the 2015 season began on January 9, 2016. The postseason tournament concluded with Super Bowl 50, on February 7, when the Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

Which is the best NFL playoff game of all time?

Here are the greatest games in the history of the NFL playoffs. This first-rounder featured seismic momentum swings and a controversial ending. Winners of four straight, the Giants countered Terrell Owens’ 76-yard touchdown by scoring 31 of the next 38 points.

Where was the Super Bowl played in 2015?

Dates January 9–February 7, 2016 Season 2015 Teams 12 Games played 11 Super Bowl 50 site Levi’s Stadium Santa Clara, California

When was the last time the NFL playoffs were on ABC?

From Disney’s purchase of ESPN and ABC in 1996 through 2005, ABC had aired all of Disney’s playoff games (the network also aired Monday Night Football at the time). The last such broadcast was Super Bowl XL after the 2005 season. Disney did not own any playoff rights from 2006 through 2013.


Who are the winners of the AFC Challenge Cup?

The AFC Challenge Cup acted as a qualification competition for eligible countries within the emerging and developing category of member associations. The winners of the AFC Challenge Cup competitions in 2012 and 2014 qualified automatically for the 2015 AFC Asian Cup finals.

What are the colors of the 2015 AFC Asian Cup?

The ball features the traditional colors of the tournament. The mainly white ball has a distinctive design with a mainly red graphic pattern and yellow details for better visibility. It shows the official 2015 AFC Asian Cup logo as well as a black Swoosh.

How much are tickets to AFC Asian Cup Final?

Prices varied from $10 (for a seat behind the goals at a group match) to $150 (for a seat in the main stand at the final). In addition to individual match tickets, fans could buy packages to see all matches played at one specific venue. Each team had a “team base camp” for its stay between the matches.