The NFL Wild Card 2018 weekend is finally upon us as these four games could set the tone for one incredible NFL postseason. It’s the start of the NFL Playoffs as any team can go the distance and surprise the football world all the way to the Super Bowl.
Despite the New York Jets once again not making the NFL Playoffs for the seventh straight season, Wild Card weekend will still provide football fans a plethora of entertainment to see how each team does as they begin their journey to the Super Bowl. Hopefully, since they’re in the same division of the Jets, the Buffalo Bills become a “one and done” team and don’t advance, much to the rejoice of Jets fans everywhere.
Anything can happen as at the end of the day, a Wild Card team could very well surprise and shake up the NFL Playoffs from here on out. They don’t have the luxury to rest up and have an extra week to prepare for with a bye week like the division champions do as it’s a “win or go home” scenario right from the start.
Two games will be played on Saturday, Jan. 6, 2017 and the final two on Sunday, Jan. 7, 2017. If you’re unable to watch any of these Wild Card games on television, please check out a free 7-day trial by Fubo.TV since they’ll be airing every single one of them live. Keep in mind that Fubo also works on all portable devices like laptops, tablets, cell phones, and even on your personal computers at home or work.
WHAT: Tennessee Titans vs. Kansas City ChiefsTIME: 4:35 p.m. EasternWHEN: Sat, Jan. 6, 2018WHERE: Arrowhead StadiumTELEVISION: ESPNLIVE STREAM: Fubo.TVNFL GAMECENTER: Titans vs. Chiefs
WHAT: Atlanta Falcons vs. Los Angeles RamsTIME: 8:15 p.m. EasternWHEN: Sat, Jan. 6, 2018WHERE: Los Angeles Memorial ColiseumTELEVISION: NBCLIVE STREAM: Fubo.TVNFL GAMECENTER: Falcons vs. Rams
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