Well, everyone, it’s here. The NFL playoffs are finally here. Although it means the NFL season is sadly almost over, it also means we get to see the best of the best go toe-to-toe with one another for a chance to take home the Lombardi Trophy.
With the bracket and schedule both set, the playoffs kick off this Saturday when the Derek Carr-less Oakland Raiders travel to Houston to take on the Texans in what could be possibly the worst playoff game of all time. We get to see the return of Brock Osweiler, aka The Brocketship, for the Texans, take on whoever the Raiders are putting out there at quarterback. Should be a classic 7-3 barnburner! Take a look below at the rest of the schedule for the playoffs, with some much more exciting games to come.
Wild Card Round
- Saturday, January 7: Oakland Raiders @ Houston Texans – 4:00 P.M. EST on ESPN
- Sunday, January 8: Miami Dolphins @ Pittsburgh Steelers – 1:00 P.M. EST on CBS
- Saturday, January 14: Lowest remaining seed at New England, 8:15 P.M. EST on CBS
- Sunday, January 15: Highest remaining seed at Kansas City, 1:05 P.M. EST on NBC
- Sunday, January 22: 6:40 P.M. EST on CBS
Wild Card Round
- Saturday, January 7: Detroit Lions @ Seattle Seahawks – 8:00 P.M. EST on NBC
- Sunday, January 8: New York Giants @ Green Bay Packers – 4:40 P.M. EST on FOX
- Saturday, January 14: Lowest remaining seed at Atlanta, 4:35 P.M. EST on FOX
- Sunday, January 15: Highest remaining seed at Dallas, 4:40 P.M. EST on FOX
- 3:05 P.M. EST on FOX
Super Bowl 51
The Super Bowl will be played on Sunday, February 5 in Houston, Texas at 6:30 P.M. on FOX.