It came down to literally the last game of the season, but the NFL Playoffs schedule has been finalized.
In the AFC, the NY Jets and the Indianapolis Colts battle in Indiana in a rematch of last year’s AFC championship game, which the Colts won 30-17. The second game will take place in Kansas City, where the Chiefs will take on the Baltimore Ravens. The AFC West-champions are 7-1 at home, its only loss coming in the last game against the Oakland Raiders.
On the other side of the bracket sees last year’s champs, the New Orleans Saints, take on the Seattle Seahawks. Seattle won the NFC West crown with a 7-9 record, and thus becomes the only team with a sub-.500 record to enter the playoffs. On Sunday, the Green Bay Packers head to Philadelphia to take on the Eagles to finish out the Wild Card weekend. It was their week one meeting where Michael Vick began his ascent back into the mainstream (and which the Eagles won).
For more information about the games, or to get your seats before it’s too late, check out TicketCity’s NFL Playoffs Page.