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NFL playoff bracket: AFC, NFC and Super Bowl schedule, seeding, TV times, dates and locations

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The 2020 NFL playoffs continue to roll through the schedule, with the divisional round complete. What's next? The Green Bay Packers, the 1-seed in the NFC, will now host the NFC Championship Game on Jan. 24 against the fifth-seeded Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Buffalo Bills, the No. 2-seed in the AFC, will play the top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs.

Here is what we know about the AFC and NFC brackets, including seeding, TV times and the schedule of games from wild-card weekend up through Super Bowl LV.

Note: Betting information is courtesy Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill.

Conference championships: Jan. 24

NFC

(5) Tampa Bay Buccaneers at (1) Green Bay Packers

Sunday, 3:05 p.m. ET on FOX
Line:
Packers -3.5; O/U 52

AFC

(2) Buffalo Bills at (1) Kansas City Chiefs

Sunday, 6:40 p.m. ET on CBS
Line:
Chiefs -3.5; O/U 50

Super Bowl LV: Feb. 7

The Super Bowl will be played at Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Florida). The winner of Buccaneers-Packers will play the winner of Bills-Chiefs.

Divisional round: Jan. 16, 17

NFC

Green Bay Packers 32, Los Angeles Rams 18

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 30, New Orleans Saints 20


AFC

Buffalo Bills 17, Baltimore Ravens 3

Kansas City Chiefs 22, Cleveland Browns 17

Wild-card weekend results

Byes for Green Bay Packers (13-3, NFC No. 1), Kansas City Chiefs (14-2, AFC No. 1).

Buffalo Bills 27, Indianapolis Colts 24

Los Angeles Rams 30, Seattle Seahawks 20

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31, Washington Football Team 23

Baltimore Ravens 20, Tennessee Titans 13

New Orleans Saints 21, Chicago Bears 9

Cleveland Browns 48, Pittsburgh Steelers 37