The National Football League playoffs for the 1983 season began on December 24, 1983. The postseason tournament concluded with the Los Angeles Raiders defeating the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl XVIII, 38–9, on January 22, 1984, at Tampa Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Due to Christmas, the two wild card playoff games were played in a span of three days.

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  • The National Football League playoffs for the 1983 season began on December 24, 1983. The postseason tournament concluded with the Los Angeles Raiders defeating the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl XVIII, 38–9, on January 22, 1984, at Tampa Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Due to Christmas, the two wild card playoff games were played in a span of three days. (en)
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  • * Scoring ** WAS – Riggins 4 run WAS 7–0 ** WAS – Riggins 1 run WAS 14–0 ** WAS – Brown 70 pass from Theismann WAS 21–0 ** SF – Wilson 5 pass from Montana WAS 21–7 ** SF – Solomon 76 pass from Montana WAS 21–14 ** SF – Wilson 12 pass from Montana 21–21 ** WAS – field goal Moseley 25 WAS 24–21
  • * Scoring ** PIT – field goal Anderson 17 PIT 3–0 ** LA – Hayes 18 interception return OAK 7–3 ** LA – Allen 4 run OAK 14–3 ** LA – field goal Bahr 45 OAK 17–3 ** LA – King 9 run OAK 24–3 ** LA – Allen 49 run OAK 31–3 ** PIT – Stallworth 58 pass from Stoudt OAK 31–10 ** LA – Hawkins 2 run OAK 38–10
  • * Scoring ** WAS – Riggins 3 run WAS 7–0 ** WAS – Monk 40 pass from Theismann 14–0 ** WAS – field goal Moseley 42 WAS 17–0 ** WAS – Riggins 1 run WAS 24–0 ** LA – Dennard 32 pass from Ferragamo WAS 24–7 ** WAS – Monk 21 pass from Theismann WAS 31–7 ** WAS – Riggins 1 run WAS 38–7 ** WAS – field goal Moseley 36 WAS 41–7 ** WAS – field goal Moseley 41 WAS 44–7 ** WAS – Green 72 interception return WAS 51–7
  • * Scoring ** SEA – Largent 17 pass from Krieg SEA 7–0 ** DEN – Myles 13 pass from DeBerg 7–7 ** SEA – field goal Johnson 37 SEA 10–7 ** SEA – Metzelaars 5 pass from Krieg SEA 17–7 ** SEA – Johns 18 pass from Krieg SEA 24–7 ** SEA – Hughes 2 run SEA 31–7
  • * Scoring ** DET – field goal Murray 37 DET 3–0 ** SF – Craig 1 run SF 7–3 ** SF – Tyler 2 run SF 14–3 ** DET – field goal Murray 21 SF 14–6 ** DET – field goal Murray 54 SF 14–9 ** SF – field goal Wersching 19 SF 17–9 ** DET – Sims 11 run SF 17–16 ** DET – Sims 3 run DET 23–17 ** SF – Solomon 14 pass from Montana SF 24–23
  • * Scoring ** MIA – Johnson 19 pass from Marino MIA 6–0 ** SEA – Bryant 6 pass from Krieg SEA 7–6 ** MIA – Duper 32 pass from Marino MIA 13–7 ** SEA – Warner 1 run SEA 14–13 ** SEA – field goal Johnson 27 SEA 17–13 ** MIA – Bennett 3 run MIA 20–17 ** SEA – Warner 2 run SEA 24–20 ** SEA – field goal Johnson 37 SEA 27–20
  • * Scoring ** LA – field goal Bahr 20 RAI 3–0 ** LA – Hawkins 1 run RAI 10–0 ** LA – Hawkins 5 run RAI 17–0 ** LA – field goal Bahr 45 RAI 20–0 ** LA – Allen 3 pass from Plunkett RAI 27–0 ** SEA – Doornink 11 pass from Zorn RAI 27–7 ** LA – field goal Bahr 35 RAI 30–7 ** SEA – Young 9 pass from Zorn RAI 30–14
  • * Scoring ** LA – D. Hill 18 pass from Ferragamo RAMS 7–0 ** DAL – T. Hill 14 pass from White 7–7 ** DAL – field goal Septien 41 DAL 10–7 ** LA – Dennard 16 pass from Ferragamo RAMS 14–10 ** LA – Farmer 8 pass from Ferragamo RAMS 21–10 ** LA – field goal Lansford 20 RAMS 24–10 ** DAL – Cosbie 2 pass from White RAMS 24–17
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  • The National Football League playoffs for the 1983 season began on December 24, 1983. The postseason tournament concluded with the Los Angeles Raiders defeating the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl XVIII, 38–9, on January 22, 1984, at Tampa Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Due to Christmas, the two wild card playoff games were played in a span of three days. (en)
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