The National Football League playoffs for the 2001 season began on January 12, 2002. The postseason tournament concluded with the New England Patriots defeating the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI, 20–17, on February 3, at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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  • The National Football League playoffs for the 2001 season began on January 12, 2002. The postseason tournament concluded with the New England Patriots defeating the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI, 20–17, on February 3, at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. For the first time, the NFL scheduled prime time playoff games for the first two rounds in an attempt to attract more television viewers. Saturday wild card and divisional playoff games were moved from 12:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. EST to 4:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., respectively. Thus, the league abandoned its practice of scheduling colder, northern playoff games for daylight hours only; any stadium, regardless of evening January temperatures, could host prime time playoff games. (en)
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  • *Scoring **TB – field goal Gramatica 36 TB 3–0 **PHI – field goal Akers 26 Tie 3–3 **PHI – Lewis 16 pass from McNabb PHI 10–3 **TB – field goal Gramatica 32 PHI 10–6 **PHI – Staley 23 pass from McNabb PHI 17–6 **TB – field goal Gramatica 27 PHI 17–9 **PHI – Buckhalter 25 run PHI 24–9 **PHI – Moore 59 interception return PHI 31–9
  • *Scoring **OAK – Jett 13 pass from Gannon OAK 7–0 **NE – field goal Vinatieri 23 OAK 7–3 **OAK – field goal Janikowski 38 OAK 10–3 **OAK – field goal Janikowski 45 OAK 13–3 **NE – Brady 6 run OAK 13–10 **NE – field goal Vinatieri 45 Tie 13–13 **NE – field goal Vinatieri 23 NE 16–13
  • *Scoring **STL – Williams 29 interception return STL 7–0 **GB – Freeman 22 pass from Favre Tie 7–7 **STL – Holt 4 pass from Warner STL 14–7 **STL – Hodgins 4 pass from Warner STL 21–7 **GB – field goal Longwell 28 STL 21–10 **STL – field goal Wilkins 27 STL 24–10 **STL – Faulk 7 run STL 31–10 **STL – Polley 34 interception return STL 38–10 **STL – Williams 32 interception return STL 45–10 **GB – Freeman 8 pass from Favre STL 45–17
  • *Scoring **PHI – field goal Akers 34 PHI 3–0 **PHI – field goal Akers 23 PHI 6–0 **CHI – Merritt 47 run CHI 7–6 **PHI – Martin 13 pass from McNabb PHI 13–7 **CHI – Azumah 39 interception return CHI 14–13 **PHI – Staley 6 pass from McNabb PHI 20–14 **CHI – field goal Edinger 38 PHI 20–17 **PHI – field goal Akers 40 PHI 23–17 **PHI – field goal Akers 46 PHI 26–17 **PHI – McNabb 5 run PHI 33–17 **CHI – Safety, Landeta ran out of end zone PHI 33–19
  • *Scoring **MIA – field goal Mare 33 MIA 3–0 **BAL – Allen 4 run BAL 7–3 **BAL – Taylor 4 pass from Grbac BAL 14–3 **BAL – field goal Stover 35 BAL 17–3 **BAL – field goal Stover 40 BAL 20–3
  • *Scoring **NE – Brown 55 punt return NE 7–0 **PIT – field goal Brown 30 NE 7–3 **NE – Patten 11 pass from Bledsoe NE 14–3 **NE – Harris 45 lateral from Brown NE 21–3 **PIT – Bettis 1 run NE 21–10 **PIT – Zereoue 11 run NE 21–17 **NE – field goal Vinatieri 44 NE 24–17
  • *Scoring **STL – Bruce 5 pass from Warner STL 7–0 **PHI – field goal Akers 46 STL 7–3 **STL – field goal Wilkins 27 STL 10–3 **PHI – Staley 1 run Tie 10–10 **STL – field goal Wilkins 39 STL 13–10 **PHI – Pinkston 12 pass from McNabb PHI 17–13 **STL – field goal Wilkins 41 PHI 17–16 **STL – Faulk 1 run STL 22–17 **STL – Faulk 1 run STL 29–17 **PHI – McNabb 3 run STL 29–24
  • *Scoring **PIT – field goal Brown 21 PIT 3–0 **PIT – Zereoue 1 run PIT 10–0 **PIT – Zereoue 1 run PIT 17–0 **PIT – field goal Brown 46 PIT 20–0 **BAL – field goal Stover 26 PIT 20–3 **BAL – Je. Lewis 88 punt return PIT 20–10 **PIT – Burress 32 pass from Stewart PIT 27–10
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  • The National Football League playoffs for the 2001 season began on January 12, 2002. The postseason tournament concluded with the New England Patriots defeating the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI, 20–17, on February 3, at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. (en)
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