The Divisional play-offs will take centre-stage in the NFL this weekend as the remaining eight teams dream of reaching Super Bowl 55 next month.
It’s been a thrilling year of NFL action and the play-offs kicked off with a bang with the Wild Card games.
The LA Rams beat the Seattle Seahawks and the Cleveland Browns saw off the Pittsburgh Steelers in the biggest shocks of the weekend.
The Divisional round is now upon us as the NFL’s top two, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Green Bay Packers, enter the fray.
As we progress through the play-offs, teams will start looking towards the ‘Greatest Show on Turf’ which is now just a few weeks away.
Super Bowl 55: Date and UK time
The showpiece event will be held on Sunday, February 7, 2021 and will take place at the 65,000-capacity Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
Play will begin at 11.30pm UK time and will go through to around 3am – providing there’s no overtime drama.
The Weeknd will be performing in the traditional halftime show.
Super Bowl 55: Which teams are playing?
Wild Card Play-Offs
- Indianapolis Colts 24 – Buffalo Bills 27
- Cleveland Browns 48 – Pittsburgh Steelers 37
- Baltimore Ravers 20 – Tennessee Titans 13
- LA Rams 30 – Seattle Seahawks 20
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31 – Washington Football Team 23
- Chicago Bears 9 – New Orleans Saints 21
- Baltimore Ravers v Buffalo Bills – January 16
- Cleveland Browns v Kansas City Chiefs – January 17
- LA Rams v Green Bay Packers – January 16
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers v New Orleans Saints – January 17
The AFC and NFC Championship games will be held on Sunday, January 24 and will determine who will head to the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl 55: How to watch
The game will also be shown on free-to-air TV in the UK as it will be on BBC ONE and on the BBC website.