The 2019 NFL playoffs get started with wild-card weekend as 8 of the 12 teams—the top two seeds from the AFC and the NFC get the 7 days off—in the hunt for Tremendous Bowl LIII try out to advance to next weekend’s Divisional Playoff spherical.
On Saturday, January 5, the Indianapolis Colts check out the Houston Texans on ESPN and ABC (4:30/3:30c), and the Seattle Seahawks are at the Dallas Cowboys on Fox (8:15/7:15c).
On Sunday, January 6, CBS airs the Los Angeles Chargers at the Baltimore Ravens (1/midday c) and NBC carries the Philadelphia Eagles at the Chicago Bears (4:40/3:40c).
— NFL (@NFL) December 31, 2018
In the Divisional Playoffs (January 12-13), the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs (Saturday, NBC, 4:30/3:30c) and New England Patriots (Sunday, CBS, 1/noon c) in the AFC, and the Los Angeles Rams (Saturday, Fox, 8:15/7:15c) and New Orleans Saints (Sunday, FOX, 4:40/3:40c) host winners from the wild-card spherical. The Chiefs and Saints personal property-area benefit for the Meeting Championship Online games (January 20, CBS & FOX) if they earn their Divisional games.
NFL Playoff Seeds
1. Kansas Town Chiefs (12-4), AFC West champion (1st-round bye, residence-discipline advantage all through)
2. New England Patriots (11-5), AFC East winner (initial-spherical bye)
3. Houston Texans (11-5), AFC South winner
4. Baltimore Ravens (10-6), AFC North winner
5. Los Angeles Chargers (12-4)
6. Indianapolis Colts (10-6)
1. New Orleans Saints (13-3), NFC South champion (initially-spherical bye, household-discipline advantage all over)
2. Los Angeles Rams (13-3), NFC West champion (to start with-round bye)
3. Chicago Bears (12-4), NFC North champion
4. Dallas Cowboys (10-6), NFC East champion
5. Seattle Seahawks (10-6)
6. Philadelphia Eagles (9-7)
NFL Playoffs Schedule At A Look
January 5-6 AFC and NFC Wild Card Playoffs (ABC/ESPN, CBS, FOX & NBC)
January 12-13 AFC and NFC Divisional Playoffs (CBS, FOX & NBC)
January 20 AFC and NFC Championship Online games (CBS & FOX)
January 27 Pro Bowl in Orlando, Fla. (ABC/ESPN)
February 3 Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta (CBS)