NFL Playoffs, Schedule, 2018
Tom Brady and the Patriots will be looking to defend their title. Getty Images

The 2018 NFL Playoffs - technically the 2017 playoffs - will start on Saturday, Jan. 6 with a pair of games. Here is a look at the schedule currently in place with TV information and start times for each Wild Card, Divisional Round, Conference Championship games and the Super Bowl.




Saturday, January 6


Wild Card Game 1 (4:35 p.m, ESPN)


Wild Card Game 2 (8:15 p.m., NBC)



Sunday, January 7

Wild Card Game 3 (1:05 p.m, FOX)

Wild Card Game 4 (4:40 p.m., CBS)


Saturday, January 13

Divisional Round Game 1 (4:35 p.m., CBS)

Divisional Round Game 2 (8:15 p.m., NBC)


Sunday, January 14

Divisional Round Game 3 (1:05 p.m., FOX)

Divisional Round Game 4 (4:40 p.m., CBS)


Sunday, January 21

AFC Championship Game (3:05 p.m., CBS)

NFC Championship Game (6:40 p.m., FOX)


Sunday, February 4

Super Bowl LII in Minnesota (6:30 p.m., NBC)