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With the regular season concluding, the road to Super Bowl LIII (53) has officially begun.

The first two playoff games will be on Saturday.






At 4:35 on ESPN, the Houston Texans will be hosting the Indianapolis Colts in the first AFC Wild-Card Game.

On Saturday night at 8:15 on FOX, the Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys will face off in an NFC Wild-Card showdown.





The final two Wild-Card games will be on Sunday.

At 1:05 on CBS, the Baltimore Ravens will be hosting the Los Angeles Chargers.











At 4:40 on NBC, the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles will go on the road to take on the Chicago Bears.

The Kansas City Chiefs, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, and Los Angeles all clinched first-round byes.

The Chiefs and Saints also clinched home-field advantage in their respective conferences.

The Rams and Patriots will play against the higher seeded Wild-Card winners, while the Chiefs and Saints will take on the lower seeded teams who win their respective playoff games.

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