NFL Playoffs: How and Where to Watch the Wild Card Round

With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beginning the defense of the National Football League (NFL) title, the postseason of America’s biggest football competition kicks off. If you still do not know how to watch the games, we will tell you how and where to watch the wild card round of the NFL playoffs.

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The NFL playoffs seek to define the winners of the American Conference (AFC) and the National Conference (NFC), who face each other in unique matches to define the two finalists of each conference that will face the February 13 at SuperBowl LVI, which will be played at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.

How the NFL playoffs are played

Tom Brady, the star of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, defending champions of the NFL.

The playoffs consider the participation of seven teams from the AFC and the NFC. As top finishers of their respective conferences, the Green Bay Packers and Tennessee Titans rest in the first round.

Meanwhile, the other six teams from each conference were matched for location in each series, with the top ranked facing the worst placed.

The winner of each single game bracket advances to the divisional round, scheduled for January 22 and 23, where again the four teams from each conference will be matched according to their position.

The winners of each game will meet in the finals of the respective conferences on January 30, games from which the two teams that will play the SuperBowl LVI will come out.

These were the locations of the teams:

Tennessee TitansGreen Bay Packers
Kansas City ChiefsTampa Bay Buccaneers
Buffalo BillsDallas Cowboys
Cincinnati BengalsLos Angeles Rams
Las Vegas RaidersArizona Cardinals
New England PatriotsSan Francisco 49ers
Pittsburgh SteelersPhiladelphia Eagles

How and when to watch the NFL Wild Card Round

The Kansas City, winners of 2020 and runners-up of 2021, are also in the playoffs.

This is the schedule of the Wild Card Round matches, including the date and channels that will broadcast each match.

In the most attractive games, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will face the Philadelphia Eagles, while the 2021 runners-up and 2020 monarchs, the Kansas City Chiefs, will face off with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

As anecdotal data, the Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams will be the first Monday Night Football to be played in the framework of the NFL playoffs, since these meetings were reserved for the regular season.

Ronda Wild Card

ConferenceGameStadiumDateHora EASTPST timeCanal
AFCLas Vegas Raiders vs. Cincinnati BengalsPaul Brown Stadium, CincinnatiJanuary 154:30 pm1:30 pmUniverso, NBC, Peacock
AFCNew England Patriots vs. Buffalo BillsHighmark Stadium, Nueva YorkJanuary 158:15 pm5:15 pmCBS, Paramount Plus
NFCPhiladelphia Eagles vs. Tampa Bay BuccaneersRaymond James Stadium, TampaJanuary 161:00 pm10:00 amFox, Fox Sports
NFCSan Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas CowboysAT&T Stadium, ArlingtonJanuary 164:30 pm1:30 pmCBS, Nickeloden, Paramount Plus, Amazon Prime
AFCPittsburgh Steelers vs. Kansas City ChiefsArrowhead Stadium, Kansas CityJanuary 168:15 pm5:15 pmNBC, Peacock, Telemundo
NFCArizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles RamsSoFi Stadium, InglewoodJanuary 178:15 pm5:15 pmESPN Deportes, ESPN2,  ESPN+ , ESPN , ABC

Ronda Divisional

ConferenceGameStadiumDateHora EASTPST timeCanal
AFCGreen Bay Packers  vs.Lambeau FieldJanuary 22 or 23To defineTo defineTo define
AFCTo defineTo defineJanuary 22 or 23To defineTo defineTo define
NFCTennessee Titans  vs.Nissan StadiumJanuary 22 or 23To defineTo defineTo define
NFCTo defineTo defineJanuary 22 or 23To defineTo defineTo define

Conference Finals

ConferenceGameStadiumDateHora EASTPST timeCanal
AFCTo defineTo defineJanuary 30thTo defineTo defineTo define
NFCTo defineTo defineJanuary 30thTo defineTo defineTo define

Super Bowl

GameStadiumDateHora EASTPST timeCanal
To define SoFi StadiumFebruary 13thTo defineTo defineNBC, Telemundo

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