What time are NFL playoff games today? TV schedule, channels for Saturday’s divisional doubleheader


A new rivalry is born the same day an old one is reignited.

Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars continue to storm into Kansas City. Jacksonville has won six straight games and will take on the equally hot Chiefs, who were only slowed down by a first-round bye.

This is only the second meeting between Lawrence and Patrick Mahomes: The pair first met on an NFL field in Week 10, with Mahomes overtaking Lawrence and the Jags 27-17. Now the stakes couldn’t be higher.

Ditto for the third game this year between the Giants and the Eagles. Philly swept the regular-season series, but strange things happen when teams meet for the third time. Also, things could get interesting for the rising Giants with the injury of Jalen Hurts and the arrival of Daniel Jones.

MORE: Watch NFL Playoff Games With fuboTV (Free Trial)

Saturday night is all right for football. Here’s how to watch today’s NFL games:

When are the NFL playoff games today?

Kansas City Chiefs (1) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (4)

  • Date: Saturday January 21st
  • Location: GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Mo.
  • Start time: 4:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. CT)

The Chiefs, winners of five straight games going into the playoffs, are coming off a bye in the first round to take on the Jaguars, winners of six straight games. This is the second meeting between Patrick Mahomes and Trevor Lawrence, the first of their encounter in week 10 2022.

Philadelphia Eagles (1) vs. New York Giants (6)

  • Date: Saturday January 21st
  • Location: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
  • Start time: 8:15 p.m. ET

The Eagles and Jalen Hurts will defend their home game against the Giants on Saturday night. Hurts comes into the game just a little injured: he’s still suffering from a shoulder injury, but played in the matchup against the Commanders in Week 18, although the MVP nominee looked a little off. The Giants are seeking their first win in Philadelphia since October 13, 2017.

What channel will Saturday NFL games be shown on?

Chiefs against jaguars

  • TV channel: ABC
  • Live broadcast: NBCSports.com, Peacock, fuboTV (USA) | DAZN (Canada)

NBC will broadcast the Chiefs vs. Jaguars matchup Saturday afternoon. Mike Tirico and Cris Collinsworth will be on the phone with Melissa Stark on the sidelines.

For viewers who want to stream the game live, fuboTV will broadcast NBC, as well as Fox, CBS and the ESPN family of networks. FuboTV also offers a free trial.

Those in Canada can watch Chiefs vs. Jaguars on DAZN.

Eagles vs Giants

  • TV channel: Fox
  • Live broadcast: FoxSports.com, fuboTV (USA) | DAZN (Canada)

Fox will carry the nightcap of Saturday’s two matchups. Joe Davis and Daryl Johnston will be on the phone while Pam Oliver works on the sidelines.

For viewers who want to stream the game live, fuboTV has Fox as well as NBC, CBS and the ESPN family of networks. FuboTV also offers a free trial.

Those in Canada can watch Eagles vs. Giants on DAZN.

NFL live streams for the playoffs

For those with cable, multiple networks are streaming the games through their respective streaming services: ESPN+, Paramount+, Peacock, Fox Sports App, and so on.

For those without cables, there are several ways to stream the NFL playoffs:

streaming option Cable subscription required? For free? Costs Free trial period?
NFL app Yes Yes
Yahoo! sports app Yes Yes
NFL+ no no $9.99/month Yes
DirectTV stream no no $49.99/month Yes
fuboTV no no $69.99/month Yes
Hulu Plus Live TV no no $69.99/month Yes
Sling TV no no $35/month Yes
YouTube TV no no $54.99/month Yes

NFL playoff schedule 2023

Wild Card Round

Saturday January 14th

Sunday January 15th

Monday 16 January

division round

Saturday January 21st

Sunday January 22nd

conference championships

Sunday January 29th

Match time (ET) TV channel Live broadcast tickets
NFC Championship 3 pm Fox Fox Sports app, fuboTV buy tickets
AFC Championship 6:30 p.m CBS Paramount+, fuboTV buy tickets

Super Bowl 57

Sunday February 12th

Match time (ET) TV Live broadcast tickets
Super Bowl 57 6:30 p.m Fox Fox Sports app, fuboTV buy tickets

When is Super Bowl 57 in 2023?

  • date: Sunday 12 February
  • time: 6:30 p.m. ET
  • location: State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

Super Bowl 57 is coming to State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12. It will be the third time that State Farm Stadium, home of the Cardinals, will host the Super Bowl.

The game will be televised by Fox with Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen.