The NFL has set its schedule for times and TV channels for its divisional playoff games, otherwise known as the second round. The games were set prior to the Cleveland-Pittsburgh game on Sunday, which was the final game of the league’s inaugural “Super Wild Card” weekend.
The NFC divisional round is set. The AFC’s will be finalized later Sunday night.
Here are the games and times set for the NFL playoffs 2021 Divisional Round:
(All times ET)
Saturday, January 16
NFC: 4:35 p.m. No. 6 Los Angeles Rams at No. 1 Green Bay Packers (FOX, FOX Deportes)
AFC: 8:15 p.m. No. 5 Baltimore Ravens or No. 3 Pittsburgh Steelers at No. 2 Buffalo Bills (14-3) (NBC, Universo)
Sunday, January 17
AFC: 3:05 p.m. 6 Cleveland Browns or No. 5 Baltimore Ravens at No. 1 Kansas City Chiefs (14-2) (CBS, CBS All Access, ESPN Deportes)
NFC: 6:40 p.m. No. 5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers at No. 2 New Orleans Saints (FOX, FOX Deportes)
Should Pittsburgh beat the Cleveland Browns on Sunday night, then the Steelers would travel to Buffalo on Saturday — and the Baltimore Ravens would travel to face the AFC’s top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs.
Should Cleveland beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night, then the Browns would travel to face the Chiefs and the Ravens would travel to face the Buffalo Bills.
Note: These matchups will be updated at the conclusion of the Sunday night game.
Here are the results from the Super Wild Card Weekend:
No. 2 Buffalo 27, No. 7 Indianapolis 24
No. 6 Cleveland at No. 3 Pittsburgh (Sunday night)
No. 5 Baltimore 20, No. 4 Tennessee 13
No. 2 New Orleans 21, No. 7 Chicago 9
No. 6 L.A. Rams 30, No. 3 Seattle 20
No. 5 Tampa Bay 31, No. 4 Washington 23
The Kansas City Chiefs have the No. 1 seed in the AFC, and the Green Bay Packers have the top seed in the NFC. They automatically advanced to the divisional rounds against the lowest-remaining seed after the Super Wild Card weekend.
Here are the playoff dates:
Super Bowl LV
Raymond James Stadium