NFL Playoffs

 The 2011–12 NFL playoffs following the 2011 regular season began on January 7, 2012, and ended with the New York Giants defeating the New England Patriots 21–17 in Super Bowl XLVI on February 5 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.

NBC broadcast the first two Wild Card playoff games and Super Bowl XLVI. CBS-TV telecast the rest of the AFC playoff games and Fox the rest of the NFC games.

The Detroit Lions and Houston Texans both made team history with their clinching of playoff spots. The Lions had not been to the playoffs since 1999 while the Texans, who entered the league in 2002, had never made the playoffs in its nine season history. The Buffalo Bills, which were eliminated from playoff contention for the twelfth straight year, are the only team that have not made the playoffs in the 21st century. This team was tied with the Lions for the overall longest failure streak entering the season.

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