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NFL playoff bracket 2023: Updated TV schedule, channels, scores for AFC & NFC divisional round


Yet one more weekend until the championship rounds.

With Super Wild Card Weekend all but within the rearview mirror, things aren’t much clearer than they were prior to it. Within the AFC, all 4 top seeds advanced, while the NFC’s two juggernauts top the divisional round.

The Eagles (No. 1 seed) will face a well-recognized foe of their divisional matchup as they tackle the Giants. Recent York dispatched the high-powered Vikings within the wild-card round, continuing their surprising maiden voyage under Brian Daboll.

Elsewhere within the NFC, the 49ers will tackle the Cowboys, who routed the Buccaneers on Monday night. While San Francisco’s defense has helped the offense significantly, it was Brock Purdy’s performance that helped spark the Niners’ win over the Seahawks within the wild-card round.

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Within the AFC, 4 quarterbacks which can be the league’s future will take center stage: Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs face off against Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars, while Josh Allen and the Bills tackle Joe Burrow and the Bengals.

Here’s learn how to catch the divisional matchups this weekend:

NFL playoff bracket 2023

Listed below are the matchups for the divisional round next weekend:


— Chiefs (1) vs. Jaguars (4) 

— Bills (2) vs. Bengals (3)



— Eagles (1) vs. Giants (6)

— 49ers (2) vs. Cowboys (5)

NFL playoff schedule

Here’s how you may catch all 4 divisional matchups next weekend:

Saturday, Jan. 21

Matchup Time (ET) TV Live stream
Chiefs vs. Jaguars 4:30 p.m. NBC FuboTV, Peacock Premium
Eagles vs. Giants 8:15 p.m. Fox FuboTV, Bally Sports app

Sunday, Jan. 22

Matchup Time (ET) TV Live stream
Bills vs. Bengals 3 p.m. CBS FuboTV, Paramount+
49ers vs. Cowboys 6:30 p.m. Fox FuboTV, Bally Sports app

AFC divisional round matchups

Chiefs (1) vs. Jaguars (4)

The current takes on the longer term at Arrowhead Stadium.

Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars manufactured among the finest comebacks in NFL playoff history within the wild-card round (with a bit help from Joey Bosa), downing the Chargers to advance within the tournament. They face no small task within the Chiefs, who’re rested and humming on all cylinders entering the playoffs. KC comes into the matchup on a five-game winning streak. That surely means something, should you’re into the entire “getting hot at the suitable time” thing.

Bills (2) vs. Bengals (3)

Each teams put meaning behind “survive and advance” within the wild-card round. The Bengals outlasted the Lamar Jackson-less Ravens 24-17, and the Bills held off the Dolphins 34-31, getting a bit help from Mike McDaniel’s bizarre clock management in the method. 

Now the 2 teams have a rating to settle. Their Week 17 “Monday Night Football” matchup was canceled within the wake of the Damar Hamlin collapse. What higher place to do it than within the playoffs?

NFC divisional round matchups

Eagles (1) vs. Giants (6)

Perhaps the third time shall be the charm for the Giants?

The stakes couldn’t be higher for the third meeting between these NFC East teams this season. The Eagles are 2-0 against Big Blue this 12 months and have turned them black-and-blue: Philly has outscored Recent York 70-38 in those matchups. 

The hope for Philadelphia is that the additional week of rest will give Jalen Hurts the time he must get to 100%. Hurts is coping with a sprained right (throwing) shoulder, and was working through a good amount of pain in Week 18, by his own admission. 

49ers (2) vs. Cowboys (5)

The Brock Party continues. The 49ers rolled over the division rival Seahawksin the wild-card round, and Brock Purdy made a small little bit of NFL history in the method. Purdy became the primary rookie QB in NFL playoff history to account for 4 touchdowns in a playoff game. “Mr. Irrelevant” threw three touchdowns and rushed for a fourth in San Francisco’s 41-23 win.

The 49ers get the Cowboys, who won the ultimate game of the wild-card round 31-14 in Tampa on Monday night.



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