NFL Divisional Round Schedule, Teams, Dates & How to Watch

Here's all the information you need to catch the NFL's Divisional Round of games.

AFC Wild Card Playoffs - Miami Dolphins v Kansas City Chiefs
AFC Wild Card Playoffs - Miami Dolphins v Kansas City Chiefs / Kara Durrette/GettyImages
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Here's all the information you need to catch the NFL's Divisional Round of games.

And with that, there were only eight teams remaining.

The NFL Playoffs are now completely through the Wild Card round and that means six more teams were sent home to start their offseasons: the Steelers, Browns, and Dolphins in the AFC and the Buccaneers, Cowboys, and Rams in the NFC. They join the other 18 franchises who never made it to the postseason, leaving only eight left with a realistic shot at reaching Super Bowl LVIII.

The Kansas City Chiefs are among those teams once again with hopes of repeating as champs following last season's run for the Lombardi Trophy. Next in their way is the Buffalo Bills, and as the lower seed, the Chiefs will take to the road for the first time in Patrick Mahomes's tenure as the team's starting quarterback.

After next weekend, only four teams will remain for the Conference Championships and things will feel very real for those with the Super Bowl still in their sights. But to get there, they first have to deal with another foe in primetime.

Here's the full schedule for the NFL's Divisional Round of the playoffs and the networks that will carry the games.

Saturday, January 20

Houston Texans at Baltimore Ravens - 3:30 p.m. C.T. (ESPN/ABC, ESPN+, ESPN Deportes)

Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers - 7:00 p.m. C.T. (FOX, FOX Deportes)

Sunday, January 21

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Detroit Lions - 2:00 p.m. C.T. (NBC, Peacock, Universo)

Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills - 5:30 p.m. C.T. (CBS, Paramount+)

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