NFL owners voted for playoff expansion
Nine weeks after the regular season, the NFL has made further adjustments to the impact of the new championship.
According to NFL Network reporters on Tuesday, team owners voted to approve a contingency plan to increase the number of playoff teams from 14 to 16 if the epidemic prevents important games from being held. If the plan is implemented, the seed ranking will not change.
Prior to this contingency plan, the League will also try to reschedule the game with the possibility of 18 weeks, completing the original 256 game plan. To cope with everything, the NFL has expanded its playoff teams from 12 to 14, adding a wild card quota to the League of nations and the American League.
At present, the playoffs will still be 14 teams, one elimination system. The top seeds of the League of nations and the United States of America will be available in the wild card week.