NFL playoff schedule is scheduled as division games are played
The NFL playoff agenda for the first round is set as the last seeds have been determined. The first round, the wild card rounds, could be played on January 7th and 8th. The games already scheduled look to be thrilling. It is good news for those who do not want to look at a marathon of the next top reality snooze-fests. You cannot buy your way into the playoffs with a payday loan, so this is bound to be a good season.
Wild Card round on Sunday for the NFL playoffs
As of Sunday, Jan. 2, the last berths within the NFL playoffs have been secured, and the remaining NFL agenda is the playoffs, starting with the wild card round. There were two spots left to be picked. It was 10 to 3 for the Bears and the Packers with Aaron Rodgers. The Packers can be moving on. The victory was good for the No. 6 seen for the Packers although it ended the season for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the NY Giants. The Bears had to win if both teams were to enter the playoffs. The last spot in the playoffs came down to the NFC West. The St. Louis Rams were unable to beat the Seattle seahawks, who won 16 to 6 and became the first National Football League team to enter the playoffs with a record under .500.
How the National Football League playoffs will start this year
The AFC Wild Card and NFC Wild Card rounds will occur the very same weekend. Saturday and Sunday Jan 7 and 8 could be when this happens. One game per conference per day will happen. The NFC and American Football Conference Divisional rounds take place on January 15 and 16, and the American Football Conference and National Football Conference Championships take place on January 23. Jan 30 will be when the 2011 Pro Bowl happens. The in the near future, on February 6, the 2011 Super Bowl will be happening.
The AFC Wild Card Round information for you
- Go to NBC January 7 at 8 p.m. Eastern time to view the New York Jets (11-5) play the Indianapolis Colts (10-6)
- The Baltimore Ravens (12-4) will play the Kansas City Chiefs (10-6) at 1 p.m. Eastern time on Sunday January 8 on CBS
Make sure you watch the National Football Conference Wild Card Round
- Saturday, January 7 - New Orleans Saints (11-5) at Seattle Seahawks (7-9). 4:30 p.m. Eastern on NBC
- The Packers (10-6) will play the Philadelphia Eagles (10-6) at 4:30 p.m. Eastern time on Sunday January 8 on FOX
Soon there could be a showdown
The seemingly weakest match-up is the Seahawks versus Saints game, however the Saints tend to commit sins on the road, and Qwest field is notorious for disrupting offenses with the loudest supporters within the league.