By TheNuts - Jan 21, 2022
NFL Divisional Playoffs Locked
Now that Wildcard Weekend has wrapped, the Divisional Playoffs are next, with two games this Saturday and two games this Sunday. It will all culminate on Sunday, February 13th, when two of the following eight teams meet at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles for Super Bowl LVI. Here we go:
This Saturday, January 22nd, we’ll get to see the two teams that each got a bye last weekend. First up, on CBS at 4:30PM ET, the Bengals, hot off their 26-19 win against the Raiders, travel to Nashville to play the Tennessee Titans. The last time these teams faced off was back in 2020, when Cincinnati hosted and won. The second game, on Fox at 8:15PM ET, will be the second matchup this season between the 49ers and the Packers. The first game, back in Week 3, was a squeaker, with Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay winning in Frisco in the final seconds 30-28.
Football on Sunday, January 23rd begins at 3:00PM ET on NBC when Tom Brady and the Buccaneers, coming off their 31-15 domination of the Eagles, host the Rams. The last game of the day, and perhaps the most anticipated, is Buffalo at Kansas City at 6:30PM ET on CBS. The last time these teams played, back in October in KC, Josh Allen and the Bills trounced Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs 38-20!
Look for the four winners of this weekend’s playoff games to vie for their Conference Championship on Sunday, January 30th.
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