The 2020 NFL playoffs have arrived, and the schedule begins with four games during wild-card weekend.
Here’s everything you need to know about the NFL wild-card round games, including a full schedule with TV channels, start times and scores.
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Here’s the full wild-card round schedule for the NFL playoffs, plus final scores and how to watch every game live.
Sunday, Jan. 5
|Saints vs. Vikings||1:05 p.m.||Fox|
|Eagles vs. Seahawks||4:40 p.m.||NBC|
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Here’s how to watch every wild-card game during the NFL playoffs.
Bills vs. Texans
(4:35 p.m. ET kickoff)
Each of Houston’s six postseason appearances since 2011 has begun with the Saturday afternoon game, a testament to the Texans (10-6) rarely being a favorite to advance and having a relatively small national following. Buffalo (10-6) made the playoffs for just the second time since 2000.
As this is ESPN’s only broadcast of the wild-card round, it will be called by the regular Monday Night Football crew: Joe Tessitore on play-by-play, Booger McFarland in the booth as an analyst and Lisa Salters reporting from the sideline.
Patriots vs. Titans
(8:15 p.m. ET kickoff)
New England would be resting this weekend if not for a 27-24 loss to 5-11 Miami in Week 17. The Patriots still won the AFC East but fell short of the first-round bye. Tennessee took its Week 17 chance, clinching a wild card spot by beating the Texans 35-14.
CBS is sending its top broadcast team to Foxborough. Jim Nantz will handle the play-by-play, Tony Romo offers analysis and Tracy Wolfson is down on the sideline.
Saints vs. Vikings
(1:05 p.m. ET kickoff)
New Orleans (13-3) is tied for the best record in the NFC, but lost the tiebreaker to the 49ers and Packers and is playing in the first round. It’s the first time a team with a record of 13-3 or better has played in the first round since the Saints in the 2011-12 season. The strength of the conference meant Minnesota’s 10-6 record is the worst of the NFC playoff teams.
The No. 1 Fox crew is covering this game. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are in the booth, while Erin Andrews and Chris Myers will offer reports from the sideline.
Seahawks vs. Eagles
(4:40 p.m. ET kickoff)
Seattle (11-5) couldn’t quite catch the 49ers for the NFC West crown, but still nabbed a wild-card spot. Philadelphia (9-7) held off the Cowboys to win the weak NFC East.
The broadcast will sound like an NBC Sunday night game. Al Michaels has the play-by-play and Cris Collinsworth is the color commentator, with Michele Tafoya and Heather Cox bringing sideline insights.
NFL scores for wild-card games
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Saturday, Jan. 4
|Texans 22, Bills 19|
|Titans 20, Patriots 13|
Sunday, Jan. 5
|Vikings 26, Saints 20|
|Seahawks 17, Eagles 9|