New England’s Brady has already won a Super Bowl.
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For all the NFL's much-vaunted unpredictability, the 2014 regular season ended with largely expected results meaning a powerful playoff field headed by teams with recent Super Bowl experience.The defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks finished as top seed in the NFC ahead of 2010 winners, the Green Bay Packers.All four quarterbacks from the top four seeded teams – the Broncos' Peyton Manning, Seahawks' Russell Wilson, New England's Tom Brady and the Packers' Aaron Rodgers – have already won a Super Bowl.The bottom three in the AFC – the Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders and Tennessee Titans – have not posted a winning record between them in the past six seasons.After losing the 2010 Super Bowl to the Packers and then suffering a defeat in the wildcard round the following year, the Steelers had two disappointing 8-8 seasons, leading some to question the future of coach Mike Tomlin.
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