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    From an NFL Press Release 12/31/2017:

    NFL WILD CARD WEEKEND

    Saturday, January 6
    AFC: 4:35 PM (ET) Tennessee at Kansas City (ESPN, with simulcast on ABC)
    NFC: 8:15 PM (ET) Atlanta at Los Angeles Rams (NBC)
    Sunday, January 7
    AFC: 1:05 PM (ET) Buffalo at Jacksonville (CBS)
    NFC: 4:40 PM (ET) Carolina at New Orleans (FOX)

    The Divisional Playoffs will be played on Saturday and Sunday, January 13 and 14.
    The AFC (CBS, 3:05 PM ET) and NFC (FOX, 6:40 PM ET) Championship Games will be played on Sunday, January 21.

    The 2018 Pro Bowl (ESPN, with simulcast on ABC, 3:00 PM ET) will be played on Sunday, January 28 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida

    Super Bowl LII will take place on Sunday, February 4 (NBC, 6:30 PM ET) at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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    From an NFL Press Release:

    Jan 09, 2018​
    DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS PREVIEW
    ​NFL’S FINAL EIGHT TAKE CENTER STAGE IN DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS

    And then there were eight. The NFL heads into the Divisional Playoffs with a slate of four key games on tap.



    On Saturday, January 13, the Philadelphia Eagles (13-3), who won the NFC East and secured the No. 1 seed in the NFC, will host the Atlanta Falcons (11-6) at Lincoln Financial Field to kick off the weekend (NBC, 4:35 PM ET). That night in primetime (CBS, 8:15 PM ET), the New England Patriots (13-3), who won the AFC East and own the No. 1 seed in the AFC, will host the Tennessee Titans (10-7) at Gillette Stadium.



    On Sunday, January 14, the Pittsburgh Steelers (13-3), the AFC North champions, will welcome the AFC South-champion Jacksonville Jaguars (11-6) to Heinz Field (CBS, 1:05 PM ET) and the Minnesota Vikings (13-3), who won the NFC North, will host the New Orleans Saints (12-5) at U.S. Bank Stadium (FOX, 4:40 PM ET), the home of Super Bowl LII.



    Saturday, January 13
    NFC Atlanta at Philadelphia 4:35 PM ET NBC
    AFC Tennessee at New England 8:15 PM ET CBS
    Sunday, January 14
    AFC Jacksonville at Pittsburgh 1:05 PM ET CBS
    NFC New Orleans at Minnesota 4:40 PM ET FOX

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