NFL playoffs, Super Bowl schedule: AFC, NFC bracket, seeds, TV times, more

The 2020 NFL playoffs continue to roll along, with six teams winning their wild-card games and punching their tickets to the divisional round, where they will join the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs (who had byes). The divisional round will take place over Jan. 16-17 and include four games that will determine who moves on to the conference championships on Jan. 24.

Here is what we know about the AFC and NFC brackets, including seeding and the schedule of games from wild-card weekend up through Super Bowl LV.

Note: Betting information is courtesy Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill.

Divisional-round preview

Divisional round: Jan. 16, 17


(6)Los Angeles Rams at (1)Green Bay Packers

Saturday, 4:35 p.m. ET on FOX

Line: Packers -7; O/U 46.5

(5)Tampa Bay Buccaneers at (2)New Orleans Saints

Sunday, 6:40 p.m. ET on FOX

Line: Saints -3.5; O/U 50


(5)Baltimore Ravens at (2)Buffalo Bills

Saturday, 8:15 p.m. ET on NBC

Bills -2.5; O/U 50

(6)Cleveland Browns at (1)Kansas City Chiefs

Sunday, 3:05 p.m. ET on CBS

Chiefs -9.5; O/U 55

Conference championships: Jan. 24

The NFC and AFC championships will be played at the homes of the highest remaining seeds for each conference.

  • The NFC Championship will be at 3:05 p.m. ET on FOX. The winner of Rams-Packers will play the winner of Buccaneers-Saints.

  • The AFC Championship will be at 6:40 p.m. ET on CBS. The winner of Browns-Chiefs will play the winner of Ravens-Bills.

Super Bowl LV: Feb. 7

The Super Bowl will be played at Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Florida).

Wild-card weekend results

Byes for Green Bay Packers (13-3, NFC No. 1), Kansas City Chiefs (14-2, AFC No. 1).

Buffalo Bills27, Indianapolis Colts 24

Los Angeles Rams30, Seattle Seahawks 20

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31, Washington Football Team 23

Baltimore Ravens 20, Tennessee Titans 13

New Orleans Saints 21, Chicago Bears 9

Cleveland Browns 48, Pittsburgh Steelers 37

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