NFL Playoff Schedule 2019


NFL Playoff Schedule 2019: Dates, times and TV for every round of the AFC and NFC postseason

Here are the dates and times for every NFL playoff game from the wild-card round to the Super Bowl

You might want to go ahead and clear your weekend schedule because the NFL playoffs are here and they’re happening now. 

In the first game of the wild-card round, Andrew Luck and the Colts dominated the Texans in a 21-7 win. Luck threw for 222 yards and two touchdowns in the win. The upset by Indy means that the Colts will head to Kansas City for a Divisional Round showdown with the Chiefs on Jan. 12. 

In the AFC’s other wild-card game, Philip Rivers and the Chargers will make their first playoff appearance in five years when they travel to Baltimore. The two teams met earlier this season in a game where the Chargers got shut down at home by Baltimore’s defense during a 22-10 Ravens win. More NFL

As for the NFC, playoff football will finally be returning to Chicago after an eight-year absence when the Bears host the defending Super Bowl champion Eagles. The game on Sunday will mark the first time since January 2011 that the Bears have hosted a playoff game. In the NFC’s other wild-card game, the Cowboys advanced to the Divisional Round with a ۲۴-۲۲ win over the Seahawks. 

The Cowboys will play either the Saints or Rams next week. 

The final game of the 2018 NFL season will be  Super Bowl LIII, which kicks off from Atlanta on Feb. 3 and will be televised by CBS. What will you be watching the game on? CNET shared their best picks for every budget.

You can see the entire schedule for the 2019 postseason below. 

Stream Saturday night’s and Sunday’s games on fuboTV, try it for free, and stream the CBS games on CBS All Access.  

Wild Card Weekend

Saturday, January 5

No. 6 Indianapolis 21-7 over No. 3 Houston: T.Y. Hilton always seems to thrive in Houston and that was definitely the case in this game. Hilton caught five passes for 85 yards in the win. The Texans had no answer for Andrew Luck, who threw for 222 yards and two touchdowns. Indy’s Marlon Mack also rushed for 148 yards, marking the first time all year that any running back hit the 100-yard mark against the Texans. For more on the game, click here for all the takeaways from Indy’s win

No. 4 Dallas 24-22 over No. 5 Seattle: The Cowboys rode the legs of Ezekiel Elliott to a wild win over the Seahawks. Elliott rushed for 137 yards and a touchdown in the two-point win. The Cowboys defense also came up big, holding the NFL’s top rushing offense to just 73 rushing yards. For more on the game, click here for all the takeaways from the Dallas win

Sunday, January 6

No. 5 Los Angeles Chargers at No. 4 Baltimore, 1:05 p.m. ET (CBS, stream the game here) 

No. 6 Philadelphia at No. 3 Chicago, 4:40 p.m. ET (NBC): 

Divisional Round

Saturday, January 12

Indianapolis at No. 1 Kansas City, 4:35 p.m. ET (NBC)

Dallas/Chicago at No. 2 Los Angeles Rams, 8:15 p.m. ET (Fox)

Sunday, January 13

L.A. Chargers/Baltimore at No. 2 New England, 1:05 p.m. ET (CBS)

Philadelphia/Dallas at No. 1 New Orleans, 4:40 p.m. ET (Fox)

Championship Sunday

Sunday, January 20

NFC Championship, 3:05 p.m. ET (Fox)

AFC Championship, 6:40 p.m. ET (CBS)

Super Bowl LIII

Sunday, February 3

AFC vs. NFC in Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. ET (CBS)

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