The National Football League playoffs for the 1984 season began on December 22, 1984. The postseason tournament concluded with the San Francisco 49ers defeating the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XIX, 38–16, on January 20, 1985, at Stanford Stadium in Stanford, California.

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  • The National Football League playoffs for the 1984 season began on December 22, 1984. The postseason tournament concluded with the San Francisco 49ers defeating the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XIX, 38–16, on January 20, 1985, at Stanford Stadium in Stanford, California. The two wild card games were held on different days because both venues were in the Pacific Standard Time Zone. The NFL did not schedule prime time playoff games on the east coast until 2002. Normally, playoff games started at either 12:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time/9:30 a.m. Pacific Standard Time or 4 p.m. EST/1 p.m. PST. A 9:30 a.m. PST game was considered too early to be played on the west coast. (en)
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  • *Scoring **SF – field goal Wersching 21 SF 3–0 **SF – field goal Wersching 22 SF 6–0 **SF – Tyler 9 run SF 13–0 **SF – Solomon 10 pass from Montana SF 20–0 **SF – field goal Wersching 34 SF 23–0
  • *Scoring **MIA – Nathan 14 run MIA 7–0 **SEA – field goal Johnson 27 MIA 7–3 **MIA – Cefalo 34 pass from Marino MIA 14–3 **SEA – Largent 56 pass from Krieg MIA 14–10 **MIA – Hardy 3 pass from Marino MIA 21–10 **MIA – Clayton 33 pass from Marino MIA 28–10 **MIA – field goal von Schamann 37 MIA 31–10
  • *Scoring **MIA – Clayton 40 pass from Marino MIA 7–0 **PIT – Erenberg 7 run 7–7 **MIA – field goal von Schamann 26 MIA 10–7 **PIT – Stallworth 65 pass from Malone PIT 14–10 **MIA – Duper 41 pass from Marino MIA 17–14 **MIA – Nathan 2 run MIA 24–14 **MIA – Duper 36 pass from Marino MIA 31–14 **PIT – Stallworth 19 pass from Malone MIA 31–21 **MIA – Bennett 1 run MIA 38–21 **MIA – Moore 6 pass from Marino MIA 45–21 **PIT – Capers 29 pass from Malone MIA 45–28
  • *Scoring **SEA – Turner 26 pass from Krieg SEA 7–0 **SEA – field goal Johnson 35 SEA 10–0 **SEA – field goal Johnson 44 SEA 13–0 **RAI – Allen 46 pass from Plunkett SEA 13–7
  • *Scoring **SF – Clark 21 pass from Montana SF 7–0 **SF – Francis 9 pass from Montana SF 14–0 **NYG – field goal Haji-Sheikh 46 SF 14–3 **NYG – Carson 14 interception return SF 14–10 **SF – Solomon 29 pass from Montana SF 21–10
  • *Scoring **DEN – Wright 9 pass from Elway DEN 7–0 **PIT – field goal Anderson 28 DEN 7–3 **PIT – Pollard 1 run PIT 10–7 **DEN – field goal Karlis 21 10–10 **DEN – Watson 20 pass from Elway DEN 17–10 **PIT – Lipps 10 pass from Malone 17–17 **PIT – Pollard 2 run PIT 24–17
  • *Scoring **NYG – field goal Haji-Sheikh 37 NYG 3–0 **NYG – Carpenter 1 run NYG 10–0 **RAMS – field goal Lansford 38 NYG 10–3 **NYG – field goal Haji-Sheikh 39 NYG 13–3 **RAMS – Dickerson 14 run NYG 13–10 **NYG – field goal Haji-Sheikh 36 NYG 16–10 **RAMS – field goal Lansford 22 NYG 16–13
  • *Scoring **WAS – field goal Moseley 35 WAS 3–0 **CHI – field goal Thomas 34 3–3 **CHI – Dunsmore 19 pass from Payton CHI 10–3 **CHI – Gault 75 pass from Fuller CHI 16–3 **WAS – Riggins 1 run CHI 16–10 **CHI – McKinnon 16 pass from Fuller CHI 23–10 **WAS – Riggins 1 run CHI 23–17 **WAS – Safety, Finzer ran out of end zone CHI 23–19
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  • Marv Albert and John Brodie
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  • The National Football League playoffs for the 1984 season began on December 22, 1984. The postseason tournament concluded with the San Francisco 49ers defeating the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XIX, 38–16, on January 20, 1985, at Stanford Stadium in Stanford, California. (en)
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  • 1984–85 NFL playoffs (en)
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