After fabulous ending of 2019 NFL season, the NFL playoffs are ultimately here, and one thing you may right away notice about this year’s postseason schedule is that for the very first time in 10 years, the Patriots might be gambling on Wild Card Weekend.

That’s right after nine instantly seasons of touchdown a first-NFL-round bye, that streak is about to end this year. If the Patriots are going to protect their Super Bowl 2020 title, they may be going to have to do it with the aid of winning four games inside the same postseason, something they’ve never done beneath Bill Belichick.

Bill Belichick Head Coach of New England Patriots

Bill Belichick Head Coach of New England Patriots

Since Belichick become employed in 2000, the Patriots have played in the wild-card round for three times only (2005, 2006, 2009), and they fail to attain the Super Bowl in each of those seasons, but also they didn’t even make it to the Super Bowl a single time.

The New England Patriots had a hazard to confirm a first-round bye with a win over the Dolphins in Week 17. However, Miami pulled off their stunning position and now, which dropped New England to the No. Three in overall positioning.

This loss has caused the New England Patriots to be opening post-season NFL play on Saturday night in a home match against the Titans. If the Patriots win that game, they would then ought to journey towards Kansas City to play the Chiefs within the divisional round.

Teams of NFL which made to Playoffs 2020

As for the other teams of the NFL, which made to the Playoffs, the first recreation of this year’s postseason will kick off on Saturday afternoon in Houston with the Bills playing with the Texans.

The NFC playoffs get underway on Sunday with the Saints hosting the Vikings. The Saints will be hosting Vikings in the NFC Playoffs on Sunday. The Ravens, Chiefs, Packers, and 49ers all earned a bye through the NFL wild-card round, which means that you may not be seeing them on the field this week. The Packers will have the most extended break of anyone, and that’s because they will be hosting the very last sport of the Divisional round on Jan. 12.

Here’s the whole playoff time table from the wild-card round to the Super Bowl.

NFL Playoff Schedule
Saturday, Jan 4, 2020
LocationTime (ET) / TVTickets
AFC Wild-Card Round
Buffalo Bills at Houston Texans
NRG Stadium
Houston, TX
4:35pm ET
ESPN/ABC
Watch Live Stream
AFC Wild-Card Round
Tennessee Titans at New England Patriots
Gillette Stadium
Foxborough, MA
8:15pm ET
CBS
Watch Live Stream
Sunday, Jan 5, 2020
LocationTime (ET) / TVTickets
NFC Wild-Card Round
Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans, LA
1:05pm ET
FOX
Watch Live Stream
NFC Wild-Card Round
Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles
Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia, PA
4:40pm ET
NBC
Watch Live Stream
Saturday, Jan 11, 2020
LocationTime (ET) / TVTickets
NFC Divisional Round
PHI/SEA/MIN at San Francisco 49ers
Levi’s Stadium
Santa Clara, CA
4:35pm ET
NBC
Watch Live Stream
AFC Divisional Round
HOU/BUF/TEN at Baltimore Ravens
M&T Bank Stadium
Baltimore, MD
8:15pm ET
CBS
Watch Live Stream
Sunday, Jan 12, 2020
LocationTime (ET) / TVTickets
AFC Divisional Round
NE/HOU/BUF at Kansas City Chiefs
Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City, MO
3:05pm ET
CBS
Watch Live Stream
NFC Divisional Round
NO/PHI/SEA at Green Bay Packers
Lambeau Field
Green Bay, WI
6:40pm ET
FOX
Watch Live Stream
Sunday, Jan 19, 2020
LocationTime (ET) / TVTickets
AFC Championship Game
AFC at AFC
Site
City TBD
3:05pm ET
CBS
Watch Live Stream
NFC Championship Game
NFC at NFC
Site
City TBD
6:40pm ET
FOX
Watch Live Stream
Sunday, Feb 2, 2020
LocationTime (ET) / TVTickets
Super Bowl LIV
AFC Champ vs. NFC Champ
Hard Rock Stadium
Miami Gardens, FL
6:30pm ET
FOX
Watch Live Stream

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