NFL Playoff Divisional Round 2020 Games, Times, TV and When is Super Bowl LIV in Miami?

The NFL Wild Card Weekend wrapped up Sunday, and home was not kind to three of the four teams that hosted playoff games. The New Orleans Saints lost at home in overtime to the Minnesota Vikings and the Philadelphia Eagles losing at home to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.

After the Houston Texans opened with a home win on Saturday, the New England Patriots lost at home to the Tennessee Titans.

The NFL playoff field has been whittled from 12 to eight, and the divisional round kicks off Saturday, January 11 with two games, and then two games on Sunday 01/12/20. The matchups have been adjusted, with the lowest seeds travelling to the top seeds in each conference.

There will be seven games over the next four weeks over various TV networks to decide this year's Super Bowl LIV champion. The big game will be played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, broadcast this season on Fox.

Here is the schedule for the Divisional Round (all times ET):

Saturday, January 11
4:35 p.m. — Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco 49ers (NBC)
8:15 p.m. — Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens (CBS)

Sunday, January 12
3:05 p.m. — Houston Texans at Kansas City Chiefs (CBS)
6:40 p.m. — Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers (FOX)

Conference Championship Games
Sunday, January 19, 2020
3:00 p.m. — NFC Championship
6:30 p.m. — AFC Championship

Super Bowl LIV
Sunday, February 2, 2020
Miami, Florida

AFC Playoff Seeds

  1. Baltimore Ravens (14-2)
  2. Kansas City Chiefs (12-4)
  3. New England Patriots (12-4)
  4. Houston Texans (10-6)
  5. Buffalo Bills (10-6)
  6. Tennessee Titans (9-7)

NFC Playoff Seeds

  1. San Francisco 49ers (13-3)
  2. Green Bay Packers (13-3)
  3. New Orleans Saints (13-3)
  4. Philadelphia Eagles (9-7)
  5. Seattle Seahawks (11-5)
  6. Minnesota Vikings (10-6)

AFC Wild Card Round
Houston Texans 22, Buffalo Bills 19
Tennessee Titans 20, New England Patriots 13

NFC WIld Card Round
Minnesota Vikings 26, New Orleans Saints 20
Seattle Seahawks 17, Philadelphia Eagles 9

Notes from the opening weekend of the 2020 NFL Playoffs

  • Legendary quarterbacks Tom Brady (Patriots) and Drew Brees (Saints) each lost in the wild card round at home to a 6-seed, thus preventing a Super Bowl showdown between them
  • Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz left Sunday's game in the first half after Seattle's Jadaveon Clowney landed on him hard
  • Luke McCown, who is 40, played quarterback for the Eagles after Wentz's injury
  • Titans running back Derrick Henry rushed for 184 yards and the game-winning touchdown over the Patriots
  • The Seattle Seahawks went 7-1 in road games during the regular season, now they travel to Green Bay after winning a playoff game at Philadelphia
  • The Dallas Cowboys officially announced the firing of coach Jason Garrett, and they did it during the Eagles playoff game Sunday, which is the time slot Dallas would have played had it won its division
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