The regular season is over and all 256 games have been played. Now it is time for the postseason on the way to the biggest game of the season – The Super Bowl!
But first the 12 remaining teams must battle it out for the right to travel to Miami on February 2.
All 30 teams played games on the final Sunday of the season. As each team won…or lost…what was a fluid playoff picture began to form and take shape.
It came down to the final game of the season between the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks before the playoffs were set.
Division leaders the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers have this weekend off as the Wild Card games begin. The Kansas City Chiefs and the Green Bay Packers also have the weekend off.
The 2019/20 playoff season schedule:
Jan 4 – the Buffalo Bills travel to Texas to take on the Houston Texans with a 4:35pm EST start.
Jan 4 – the Tennessee Titans travel to Massachusetts to face the New England Patriots with an 8:15pm EST start.
Jan 5 – the Minnesota Vikings travel to New Orleans to face the New Orleans Saints with a 1:05pm EST start.
Jan 5 – the Seattle Seahawks travel to Philadelphia to take on the Philadelphia Eagles with a 4:40pm EST start.
Jan 11 – with home field advantage, the San Francisco 49ers play a team yet to be determined at 4:35pm EST.
Jan 11 – with home field advantage, the Balitmore Ravens play a team yet to be determined at 8:15pm EST.
Jan 12 – with home field advantage, the Kansas City Chiefs play a team yet to be determined at 3:05pm EST.
Jan 12 – with home field advantage, the Green Bay Packers play a team yet to be determined at 6:40pm EST.
On January 19 the AFC Championship game will begin at 3:05pm and the NFC Championship game will begin at 6:40pm.
Super Bowl LIV will take place on February 2 with a 6:30pm kick off. Latin music stars Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will entertain fans during half time.