The 2015 regular season is in the books, and the full playoff schedule is now in place. Twenty teams clear out their locker rooms this morning; twelve teams come into the facility to start prepping for their playoff opponents. We’ve got the full playoff schedule below, including kickoff times and what station each game will be aired on. First, the full final playoff picture:
#1 – Denver Broncos (.750) AFC West Champions #2 – New England Patriots (.750) AFC East Champions #3 – Cincinnati Bengals (.750) AFC North Champions The Broncos own the head-to-head tiebreakers over both the Patriots and the Bengals. The Patriots have a better record against common opponents (.800) than the Bengals (.400). #4 – Houston Texans (.563) AFC South Champions #5 – Kansas City Chiefs (.688) AFC Wild Card #1 #6 – Pittsburgh Steelers (.625) AFC Wild Card #2 The Steelers clinch the #6 seed over the Jets, who also have a record of .625, as Pittsburgh have a better record against common opponent (.800) than the Jets (.600).
#1 – Carolina Panthers (.938) #2 – Arizona Cardinals (.813) #3 – Minnesota Vikings (.688) #4 – Washington Redskins (.563) #5 – Green Bay Packers (.625) #6 – Seattle Seahawks (.625) The Packers own the head-to-head tiebreaker over the Packers.
All times are ET. Broadcast stations for the US is in brackets; for the UK, all games will be aired on Sky Sports, with the Super Bowl also being aired on the BBC.
Wild Card round
Saturday January 9th
4:35pm – Kansas City Chiefs @ Houston Texans (ESPN/ABC) 8:15pm – Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals (CBS)
Sunday January 10th
1:05pm – Seattle Seahawks @ Minnesota Vikings (NBC) 4:40pm – Green Bay Packers @ Washington Redskins (FOX)
Saturday January 16th
4:35pm – Cincinnati Bengals/Houston Texans/Kansas City Chiefs @ New England Patriots (CBS) 8:15pm – Minnesota Vikings/Washington Redskins/Green Bay Packers @ Arizona Cardinals (NBC)
Sunday January 17th
1:05pm – Washington Redskins/Green Bay Packers/Seattle Seahawks @ Carolina Panthers (FOX) 4:40pm – Houston Texans/Kansas City Chiefs/Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos (CBS)
Sunday January 24th
3:05pm – AFC Championship (CBS) 6:40pm – NFC Championship (FOX)
Sunday January 31st
8pm – Pro Bowl (ESPN)
Sunday February 7th
6:25pm – NFC Champions @ AFC Champions (CBS)