There is still a wild card game to play. But the NFL’s divisional playoff schedule is set.
NFL announces next weekend’s roster Cincinnati beat Baltimore Ravens That secured a trip to Buffalo for the Bengals on Sunday night. The Dallas Cowboys and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will play the final wild card game of the week on Monday night. The winner will travel to the San Francisco 49ers next Sunday.
NFL Divisional Schedule
Kansas City Chiefs at No. 4 Jacksonville Jaguars
Saturday, January 21 | 4:30 ET | NBC
No. 6 New York Giants at No. 1 Philadelphia Eagles
Saturday, January 21 | 8:15pm ET | Fox
No. 3 Cincinnati Bengals at No. 2 Buffalo Bills
Sunday, January 22 | 3 ET | CBS
No. 4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers / No. 5 Dallas Cowboys at No. 2 San Francisco 49ers
Sunday, January 22 | 6:30 ET | Fox
There will be more playoffs in the divisional round
after a wild card weekend Every game is a replay of the regular seasonFamiliarity will once again become the theme of the divisional competition.
Saturday kicks off with the second game of the season, Patrick Mahomes vs. Trevor Lawrence. Mahomes’ Chiefs beat Lawrence’s Jaguars 27-17 in Week 7. The Jaguars were the significantly better team, as the loss dropped them to 3-7.Since then, they have won seven of their eight games, including rebounded from 27-0 on Saturday to defeat the Los Angeles Chargers.
Saturday night’s game will feature a very familiar matchup between the NFC East rivals, the Giants and Eagles. Philadelphia, which won two regular-season games, thinks they have a win over the Giants in Week 18, resting their starters for the playoffs. The Hawks beat the Giants 48-22 in Week 14.
Sunday will feature a much-anticipated matchup between the Bills and the Bengals after their Week 17 game was called off in the first half by a crushing loss to Damar Hamlin. The Bills safety suffered a cardiac arrest on the field and was taken to a local hospital.He has been released from hospital and is doing well last week Tour Bill’s Facilities… Now, his Bills will host a playoff game against the defending AFC champions.
If the Bucs win on Monday, they’ll be back against the 49ers, who beat them 35-7 in Week 14. A Cowboys win would open Game 1 of the postseason, not a rematch of the regular season. It would also reignite one of the greatest playoff rivalries in NFL history.