If you’re a fan of the NFL, you know that the Wild Card playoff games are some of the most exciting matchups of the entire season. With teams fighting for their playoff lives, every game is a must-win situation.
But what time are the Wild Card playoff games today? Let’s take a look.
Wild Card Playoff Schedule
The NFL playoffs consist of four rounds, with 12 teams qualifying based on their regular-season records. The first round is known as the Wild Card round, and it features four matchups between six teams that did not win their division but still have a shot at the Super Bowl.
On Saturday, January 9th, there are two Wild Card playoff games scheduled. The first game features the Indianapolis Colts taking on the Buffalo Bills at 1:05 PM ET. The second game of the day will see the Los Angeles Rams traveling to Seattle to face off against the Seahawks at 4:40 PM ET.
On Sunday, January 10th, there are two more Wild Card playoff games scheduled. The first game of the day will see Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens taking on Derrick Henry and the Tennessee Titans at 1:05 PM ET. The final game of the weekend will feature Drew Brees and his New Orleans Saints hosting Mitchell Trubisky and his Chicago Bears at 4:40 PM ET.
- Saturday, January 9th:
- Indianapolis Colts vs Buffalo Bills – 1:05 PM ET
- Los Angeles Rams vs Seattle Seahawks – 4:40 PM ET
- Sunday, January 10th:
- Baltimore Ravens vs Tennessee Titans – 1:05 PM ET
- New Orleans Saints vs Chicago Bears – 4:40 PM ET
So there you have it, the Wild Card playoff games for this weekend. Make sure to tune in and catch all of the action as these teams fight for their chance to move on in the playoffs. And don’t forget, all of these games will be broadcast on national television, so you won’t have to worry about missing a minute of the excitement.
Remember to check your local listings for exact channel information.