NFL Super Wild Card Weekend: Schedule, How to watch Raiders vs. Bengals, Patriots vs. Bills today

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After an Extended, 17-Week Regular Season, the NFL Playoffs Are Finally Here with 14 Teams Super Bowl LVI, The top seeds in each conference – the Green Bay Packers in the NFC and the Tennessee Titans in the AFC – have received first-round byes, but the other 12 teams will live up to their Super Bowl hopes this weekend. Six games are scheduled for Super Wild Card Weekend: two games on Saturday, three on Sunday and the last on Monday night.

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Good news for football fans cut cable tv cord It’s that it’s easier than ever to live stream NFL playoff games. Cheaper services this year, namely Peacock and Paramount Plus, while NBC and CBS are taking the game premium Live TV Streaming Services Like with YouTube TV and Live TV, Hulu also streams every game. Keep reading to see the matchup and how-to game this weekend and throughout the playoffs.

Joe Burrows and the Cincinnati Bengals host the Las Vegas Raiders in the first game of the NFL’s Super Wild Card Weekend on Saturday.

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NFL Playoff Seeding

Four division winners and three wild card teams in each conference have qualified for the playoffs.

NFC

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1, Green Bay Packers (13-4): NFC North Division winners
2, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-4): NFC South Division winners
3, Dallas Cowboys (12-5): NFC East Division Winner
4, Los Angeles Rams (12-5): NFC West Division Winner
5, Arizona Cardinals (11-6): Wild card berth
6, San Francisco 49ers (10-7): Wild card berth
7, Philadelphia Eagles (9-8): Wild card berth

AFC

1, Tennessee Titans (12-5): AFC South Division winners
2, Kansas City Chiefs (12-5): AFC West Division winners
3, Buffalo Bills (11-6): AFC East Division winner
4, Cincinnati Bengals (10-7): AFC North Division winners
5, Las Vegas Raiders (10-7): Wild Card Berth
6, New England Patriots (10-7): Wild card berth
7, Pittsburgh Steelers (9-7-1): Wild card berth

Super Wild Card Weekend Matchups & Schedule

The three major networks that broadcast NFL games during the regular season — CBS, NBC and Fox — will each show at least one playoff game, and the Monday Night game will be on ESPN. You can watch the alternate, kid-friendly broadcast of the second game on Nickelodeon on Sundays. And this year streamers are in on the action with the game available to stream on Peacock, Paramount Plus, Prime Video, and ESPN Plus. Times here are all ET.

Saturday

  • Attackers in Bengal: 4:30 p.m. on NBC and Peacock
  • Patriots in the Bill: 8:15 pm on CBS and Paramount Plus

Sunday

  • Eagles in the Buccaneers: Fox. but at 1 pm
  • 49ers in Cowboys: 4:30 p.m. on CBS, Paramount Plus, Nickelodeon and Amazon Prime Video
  • Steelers at Chiefs: 8:15 p.m. on NBC and Peacock

Monday

  • Cardinals on Ram: 8:15 p.m. on ABC, ESPN and ESPN Plus

How to Watch Super Wild Card Weekend

Major streaming providers like YouTube TV, Hulu Plus Live TV, FuboTV and DirecTV Streams offer almost all the major channels you’ll need for football this weekend: CBS, NBC, Fox and ABC or ESPN.

Sling TV offers NBC and Fox in some markets with its Blue package, but it lacks CBS and ABC. It is also worth noting that to get ESPN you will have to either switch to its Orange package or go for its expensive Blue and Orange bundle.

If you’re okay with watching on your phone or tablet, you can use yahoo sports app To stream all six games over Super Wild Card Weekend.

What do I need to know about peacocks?

All of NBC’s NFL playoff games — including the Super Bowl on February 13 — will be available to stream on its Peacock streaming service, as long as you pay for one of its premium subscriptions.

There are two tiers of these, a $5-per-month Premium option that contains ads (when viewing non-live content) and a $10-per-month Premium Plus option that will stream non-live content ad-free (and Lets you download some content (watch offline).

What about Paramount Plus?

Paramount Plus offers live CBS feeds with its premium tier for $10 per month. Depending on where you live, your local CBS station (and those NFL games) may not be available. CBS provides livestreaming services in several markets; You can check if CBS has live streaming in your area Here,

And Prime Video?

Amazon Prime Video will show an NFL playoff game — the 49ers-Cowboys game — on Sunday.

And ESPN Plus?

ESPN’s standalone streaming service will also show a playoff game — Monday night’s game between the Rams and the Cardinals.

Best Alternatives to Stream Super Wild Card Weekend

Here are our recommendations for the best ways to watch the NFL playoffs without cable.

All of the live TV streaming services above offer free trials (except Peacock, which only has a free tier that doesn’t stream live NFL games), requires you to cancel at any time, and a solid Internet connection. is required. Looking for more information? check out our Live-TV Streaming Services Guide,

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