The NFL Playoffs are all set, as the AFC Wild Card matchups are locked in and ready to be played next weekend as the playoffs set to open.
With the NFL regular season over and the playoffs are upon us, with the matchups in both conferences now set in stone. The NFC will have a slew of great showdowns but the AFC is going to be some vintage black and blue bruising next weekend that is sure to have fans all over ready to get the playoffs started.
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Not everyone is happy with the way things shook up, but things aren’t nearly as bad as they are in the NFC with the sub-.500 Carolina Panthers hosting a playoff game against the 10-plus win Arizona Cardinals. Everyone is a winner int he AFC with three of the four Wild Card teams being from the AFC North and the other being the Indianapolis Colts.
Here’s a look at the two AFC Wild Card games and where you can catch them.