WhatIfSports 2006 NFL Playoffs Simulation

Scout.com has teamed up with WhatIfSports.com to simulate the entire 2006 NFL playoffs. Here are the results!

Projections for the 2006 NFL playoffs were created by WhatIfSports.com's award-winning simulation engine. The engine uses every team and individual statistic available, from a running back's average yards-per-carry, to a team's third-and-short tendencies, to a breakdown of historical player improvement from year-to-year, to determine the outcome of every play.

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Wild Card Round
#6 Miami Dolphins 28
#3 Denver Broncos 44
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#5 Cincinnati Bengals 27
#4 New England Patriots 24
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Divisional Playoffs
#3 Denver Broncos 28
#2 Indianapolis Colts 38
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#5 Cincinnati Bengals 14
#1 Pittsburgh Steelers 20
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Conference Championship
#2 Indianapolis Colts 25
#1 Pittsburgh Steelers 33
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Wild Card Round
#6 Philadelphia Eagles 23
#3 Carolina Panthers 30
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#5 Arizona Cardinals 37
#4 New York Giants 18
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Divisional Playoffs
#3 Carolina Panthers 23
#2 Chicago Bears 10
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#5 Arizona Cardinals 17
#1 Seattle Seahawks 29
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Conference Championship
#3 Carolina Panthers 25
#1 Seattle Seahawks 34
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Super Bowl XLI

#1 Pittsburgh Steelers 10
#1 Seattle Seahawks 16
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