NFL 2019 Playoffs Schedule & Results Dec 29, 2019 21:40:34 GMT -8
Post by Yeseeka on Dec 29, 2019 21:40:34 GMT -8
The following is the schedule for the NFL playoffs on the road to Super Bowl LIV.
There are some stalwarts, as well as some new teams in the 2019 NFL playoff field. Can the Patriots defend their title? Can the Ravens capitalize on their league-best 14-2 record? Who will surprise? All of those questions will be answered over the next five weeks.
The schedule is broken down chronologically by conference. All times are pacific time. Teams are listed with their playoff seeding in front of their names. National broadcast information is listed as it becomes available. Seedings appear below the schedules, followed by schedule information of the Pro Bowl.
Click on the final score of games for the boxscore on foxsports.com.
Wild Card Round
Sat., Jan. 4 - #4 Houston Texans 22, #5 Buffalo Bills 19 (OT)
Sat., Jan. 4 - #6 Tennessee Titans 20, #3 New England Patriots 13
Sat., Jan. 11 - Tennessee Titans 28, #1 Baltimore Ravens 12
Sun., Jan. 12 - #2 Kansas City Chiefs 51, Houston Texans 31
Sat., Jan. 19 - Kansas City Chiefs 35, Tennessee Titans 24
Wild Card Round
Sun., Jan. 5 - #6 Minnesota Vikings 28, #3 New Orleans Saints 20 (OT)
Sun., Jan. 5 - #5 Seattle Seahawks 17, #4 Philadelphia Eagles 9
Sat., Jan. 11 - #1 San Francisco 49ers 27, Minnesota Vikings 10
Sun., Jan. 12 - #2 Green Bay Packers 28, Seattle Seahawks 23
Sat., Jan. 19 - San Francisco 49ers 37, Green Bay Packers 20
SUPER BOWL LIV
Sun., Feb. 3 - Kansas City Chiefs 31, San Francisco 49ers 20
MVP: Patrick Mahones, QB, Chiefs
at Hard Rock Stadium; Miami, Florida
HOW THEY FINISHED
1. Baltimore Ravens (14-2, AFC North champion)
2. Kansas City Chiefs (12-4, AFC West champion)
3. New England Patriots (12-4 AFC East champion)
4. Houston Texans (10-6, AFC South champion)
5. Buffalo Bulls (10-6, AFC East runner-up)
6. Tennessee Titans (9-7, AFC Soiuth runner-up)
1. San Francisco 49ers (13-3, NFC West champion)
2. Green Bay Packers (13-3, NFC North champion)
3. New Orleans Saints (13-3, NFC South champion)
4. Philadephia Eagles (9-7, NFC East champion)
5. Seattle Seahawks (11-5, NFC West runner-up)
6. Minnesota Vikings (10-6, NFC North runner-up)
Sun., Jan. 26 - AFC 38, NFC 33
Offensive MVP: Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens
Defensive MVP: Calais Campbell, Jacksonville Jaquars
at Camping World Stadium; Orlando, Florida
Team-by-Team Pro Bowl Rosters
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