NFL Playoffs 2020 Schedule and Results Jan 3, 2021 19:21:00 GMT -8
Post by Monika on Jan 3, 2021 19:21:00 GMT -8
The following is the schedule for the NFL playoffs on the road to Super Bowl LV.
There are some stalwarts, as well as some new teams in the 2019 NFL playoff field. Can the Kansas City Chiefs defend their title? Can the Green Bay Packers bring the Lombardi Trophy back to Titletown? Will both teams, the number one seeds in each conference, advance to meet one another in the playoffs and recreate their Super Bowl I matchup?
The NFL expanded its playoff format to seven teams from each conference with the top seeds (the aforementioned Chiefs and Packers) earning byes. Previously, six teams from each conference made the playoffs with the top two seeds from each conference claiming bye weeks. The Wild Card Round starts the weekend of January 9-10 with a trio of games on each day.
The following 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 official boxscore.
WILD CARD ROUND
Sat., Jan. 9 - #2 Buffalo Bills 27, #7 Indianapolis Colts 24
Sun., Jan 10 - #5 Baltimore Ravens 20, #4 Tennessee Titans 13
Sun., Jan 10 - #6 Cleveland Browns 48, #3 Pittsburgh Steelers 37
Bye - #1 Kansas City Chiefs
Sat., Jan. 16 - #2 Buffalo Bills 17, #5 Baltimore Ravens 3
Sun., Jan. 17 - #1 Kansas City Chiefs 22, #6 Cleveland Browns 17
Sun., Jan. 24 - #1 Kansas City Chiefs (H) 38, #2 Buffalo Bills 24
WILD CARD ROUND
Sat., Jan. 9 - #6 Los Angeles Rams 30, #3 Seattle Seahawks 20
Sat., Jan. 9 - #5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31, #4 Washington Football Team 23
Sun., Jan. 10 - #2 New Orleans Saints 21, #7 Chicago Bears 9
Bye - #1 Green Bay Packers
Sat., Jan. 16 - #1 Green Bay Packers 32, #6 Los Angeles Rams 18
Sun., Jan 17 - #5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 30, #2 New Orleans Saints 20
Sun., Jan. 24 - #5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31, #1 Green Bay Packers (H) 26
Super Bowl LV
Sun., Feb. 7 - Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 3:30 p.m. (CBS)
at Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, Florida
National Anthem Performer: Eric Church
Halftime Show Performer: The Weekend
How They Finished
1. Kansas City Chiefs (14-2, AFC West champion)
2. Buffalo Bills (13-3, AFC East champion)
3. Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4, AFC North champion)
4. Tennessee Titans (11-5, AFC South champion)
5. Baltimore Ravens (11-5, 2nd in AFC North)
6. Cleveland Browns (11-5, 3rd in AFC North)
7. Indianapolis Colts (11-5, 2nd in AFC South)
1. Green Bay Packers (13-3, NFC North champion)
2. New Orleans Saints (12-4, NFC South champion)
3. Seattle Seahawks (12-4, NFC West champion)
4. Washington Football Team (7-9, NFC East champion)
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5, 2nd in NFC South)
6. Los Angeles Rams (10-6, 2nd in NFC West)
7. Chicago Bears (8-8, 2nd in NFC North)
Game cancelled due to COVID-19 Pandemic
(All-Pro players established by voting process)
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