Now that the 2019 NFL playoff picture is officially finalized, we have a full schedule of dates and times for the upcoming games. Here’s everything you need to know.
NFL WILD CARD WEEKEND
SATURDAY, JANUARY 5
AFC: 4:35 PM ET - Tennessee Titans/Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans (ESPN, ABC)
NFC: 8:15 PM ET - Seattle Seahawks at Dallas Cowboys (FOX)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 6
AFC: 1:05 PM ET - Los Angeles Chargers at Baltimore Ravens (CBS)
NFC: 4:40 PM ET - Philadelphia Eagles at Chicago Bears (NBC)
NFL DIVISIONAL ROUND
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12
AFC: 4:35 PM ET - Lowest remaining seed at Kansas City Chiefs (NBC)
NFC 8:15 PM ET - Highest remaining seed at Los Angeles Rams (FOX)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 13
AFC: 1:05 PM ET - Highest remaining seed at New England Patriots (CBS
NFC: 4:40 PM ET - Lowest remaining seed at New Orleans Saints (FOX)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 20
NFC: 3:05 PM ET - (FOX)
AFC: 6:40 PM ET - (CBS)
SUPER BOWL LIII
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3
AFC champion v. NFC champion (CBS)
Note that the 2019 NFL Pro Bowl will take place on Sunday, January 27. (Who cares.)
As the No. 6 seed, the Eagles certainly have their work cut out for them.
They’ll have to beat the Bears in Chicago to have the honor of playing the Saints in New Orleans. If the Eagles win those two, they’ll then have to play away at Seattle, Dallas, or Los Angeles in the NFC Championship Game. Then they’d face the AFC championship winner in the Super Bowl.
It won’t be easy but this Eagles team sure looks to be up for the challenge.