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NFL Playoff Schedule: What Games Are Today? TV channels, schedules and scores for the 2021 wild card round



The NFL playoff field expanded to 14 teams this year, but will a larger group mean better competition? The matchups from the opening weekend certainly look good on paper.

Soccer fans will be able to watch three wild card games each on Saturday and Sunday when the 2021 postseason begins. Only the Chiefs and Packers got free passes in the first round, so the other 12 squads must fight to avoid an exit. anticipated.

Here you will find everything you need to know about NFL wild card games, including a full schedule with TV channels and kick-off times.

PLUS: Watch today’s NFL games live on fuboTV (7-day free trial)

NFL Playoff Schedule: What Games Are Today?

Saturday January 9

(All the eastern time)

Game Time Channel
Colts vs. Bills 1:05 pm CBS, fuboTV
Rams vs. Seahawks 4:40 pm Fox, fuboTV
Buccaneers vs. Washington Soccer Team 8:15 pm NBC, fuboTV

Sunday January 10

(All the eastern time)

Game Time Channel
Ravens vs. Titans 1:05 pm ABC / ESPN, fuboTV
Bears vs. Saints 4:40 pm CBS, fuboTV
Browns vs. Steelers 8:15 pm NBC, fuboTV

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NFL playoff game TV channels, live stream

Colts vs. Bills

Key story: Philip Rivers limits turnovers

If the Colts want to surprise, Rivers must watch the ball. He has three fumbles and 10 interceptions in 11 career playoff games. Indianapolis simply can’t afford to give Josh Allen and the Buffalo offense additional opportunities.

Rams vs. Seahawks

Key story: The state of Jared Goff

Goff missed the Rams’ regular season finale with a thumb injury, but it’s unclear if he will be available against the Seahawks. John Wolford, who threw for 231 yards in a Week 17 win, says he will be ready to play if Goff is not cleared to play.

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Buccaneers vs. Washington Soccer Team

Key story: Tom Brady vs. Chase Young

The rookie star from Washington wants to end the GOAT. As he ran off the field on Sunday, Young could be heard saying, “I want Tom.” Bucs head coach Bruce Arians responded by warning Young: “You better watch what you wish for.” This should be fun.

Ravens vs. Titans

Key story: Ravens seeking revenge

The Ravens, the top seeds from last year, were surprisingly dominated by the Titans in the divisional round. They fell behind early and never landed a significant backlash. Baltimore is the lowest seeded this time, but you can bet the pain of that loss is still fresh for Lamar Jackson and Co.

Bears vs. Saints

Key story: Bears out to demonstrate a strong finish was no coincidence

Chicago won three of its last four games to close out the 2020 campaign, but those three wins came against Houston, Minnesota and Jacksonville – not exactly the league’s elite. But the Bears don’t care how they got here. They only focus on how to defeat the Saints.

“We know everyone is ignoring us,” Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky said. “They have the last half of the season. I think we’ve only been playing with that advantage, that chip on our shoulder … We have to be focused on the little details of our game plan and our job descriptions and just play hard and he plays with a lot of passion and will.

“And if we do that, I think we will give ourselves a good chance.”

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Browns vs. Steelers

Key story: COVID-19 outbreak in Cleveland

The Browns will be without head coach Kevin Stefanski and several starters in their first playoff game since 2002 due to COVID-19 issues. It would have been pretty tough to beat the Steelers in full force considering Cleveland has lost 17 straight games at Heinz Field. How will the backups respond under the pressure of the postseason?

NFL scores for wild card games

You can keep up to date with live results and stats with SN Live Score.

Saturday January 9

Game
Colts vs. Bills
Rams vs. Seahawks
Buccaneers vs. Washington Soccer Team

Sunday January 10

Game
Ravens vs. Titans
Bears vs. Saints
Browns vs. Steelers




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