2021 NFL Playoffs Wild Card Weekend Streaming Guide

Well, 256 games are in the books and the NFL Playoffs are about to begin. Here’s how to watch the all six matchups on Wild Card Weekend.

The NFL’s regular season has wrapped up, so now all the contenders are eyeing a Lombardi Trophy. For some, that new journey begins this weekend in the Wild Card round.

We’ve got some huge matchups on the table, too. With an expanded Playoff field, we’ve got plenty of new faces involved.

Here’s how to watch the first weekend of the NFL Playoffs.

Saturday, January 9, 2021

(7) Indianapolis Colts @ (2) Buffalo Bills

When: 1:05PM ET

Network: CBS

Where to Stream: Fubo TV

The Buffalo Bills haven’t won a Playoff game since 1995, but will look to break that streak against the Indianapolis Colts.

(6) Los Angeles Rams @ (3) Seattle Seahawks

When: 4:40PM ET

Network: FOX

Where to Stream: Fubo TV

NFC West foes Los Angeles and Seattle will square off in their third matchup of the year. The two have split games against one another this season.

(5) Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ (4) Washington Football Team

When: 8:15PM ET

Network: NBC

Where to Stream: Fubo TV

Tom Brady has brought the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the Playoffs for the first time in over a decade, but the Bucs will be the Wild Card team and travel to NFC East Champion Washington, who finished the year at 7-9.

Sunday, January 10, 2021

(5) Baltimore Ravens @ (4) Tennessee Titans

When: 1:05PM ET

Network: ABC

Where to Stream: Fubo TV

The Baltimore Ravens will be looking for revenge against the Tennessee Titans, who knocked them out of the Playoffs a year ago.

(7) Chicago Bears @ (2) New Orleans Saints

When: 4:40PM ET

Network: CBS, Amazon Prime, Nickelodeon

Where to Stream: Fubo TV

The Bears were blown out by the Packers to end their season, while the Saints have won their last two games by a combined 35 points.

(6) Cleveland Browns @ (3) Pittsburgh Steelers

When: 8:15PM ET

Network: NBC

Where to Stream: Fubo TV

The Cleveland Browns have made the postseason for the first time in nearly 20 years and will take on division-foe Pittsburgh. When Cleveland last made the Playoffs, in 2002, the team that knocked them out was the Steelers. Talk about full-circle.

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