The Atlanta Falcons after beating the Carolina Panthers will have home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs.
Saturday, January 15th, 8:00: Home vs. Seattle, New Orleans, or Green Bay
*cannot play the Bears or Eagles in this matchup. If the Packers win they will play them regardless of the other game, and if the Eagles win they will play the winner of the Saints-Seahawks matchup
Sunday, January 23rd, 3:00: Home vs. Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle, or New Orleans
*cannot play the Packers in this matchup because if the Packers win they will play each other in the Divisional Round.
Sunday, February 6th, 6:30; Dallas, TX—vs. AFC Opponent
*we just want to be in this matchup and we don’t care who it’s against. They can play the Patriots, Steelers, Colts, Chiefs, Ravens, or Jets in this game.
Read on for the complete NFL Playoff Schedule.
Wild Card Round
Saturday, January 8th:
New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks/ St. Louis Rams; 4:30—NBC
New York Jets at Indianapolis Colts; 8:00—NBC
Sunay, January 9th:
Baltimore Ravens at Kansas City Chiefs; 1:00—CBS
Green Bay Packers at Philadelphia Eagles; 4:30—FOX
Saturday, January 15th:
Higest-seeded AFC team (Colts, Chiefs, Ravens) at Pittsburgh Steelers; 4:30—CBS
Lower-seeded NFC team (Seahawks/Rams, Saints, Packers) at Atlanta Falcons; 4:30—FOX
Sunay, January 16th:
Higher-seeded NFC team (Eagles, Seahawks/Rams, Saints) at Chicago Bears; 1:00—FOX
Lower-seeded AFC team (Chiefs, Ravens, Jets) at New England Patriots; 4:30—CBS
Sunday, January 23rd
NFC Championship: 3:00—FOX
AFC Championship; 6:30—CBS
Sunday, February 6th—Dallas, TX
NFC Champions vs. AFC Champion; 6:30—FOX