NFL playoffs 2022 dates, schedule, times & Super Bowl LVI odds



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It’s postseason time in the NFL and the race to Super Bowl LVI is on. Yee-haw!

After the longest regular season in history, 14 franchises are still standing and 12 will be in action in the Wild Card round this weekend to determine who will advance to the Divisional playoffs.


Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers are, of course, the reigning Super Bowl winners after triumphing in last year’s big game but they’ll have to defend their title the hard way after failing to progress as top seeds in the NFC.

With the postseason drama getting underway this weekend, you’ll find everything you need to know about the NFL playoffs below.


NFL Wild Card Playoff Dates

Saturday, January 15

21:35: Las Vegas Raiders @ Cincinnati Bengals

Sunday, January 16

01:15: New England Patriots @ Buffalo Bills
18:05: Philadelphia Eagles @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
21:30: San Francisco 49ers @ Dallas Cowboys

Monday, January 17

01:15: Pittsburgh Steelers @ Kansas City Chiefs

Tuesday, January 18

01:15: Arizona Cardinals @ Los Angeles Rams

NFL Playoffs Schedule

The Tennessee Titans and Green Bay Packers will host their respective Divisional playoff games.

Saturday, January 22

21:35: TBC @ TBC

Monday, January 23

01:15: TBC @ TBC

Sunday, January 23

20:05: TBC @ TBC
23:40: TBC @ TBC

Sunday, January 30

20:05: AFC Championship
23:40: NFC Championship

When is Super Bowl LVI?

Super Bowl LVI takes place on Sunday, February 13 at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. The half-time show will have a rap and hip-hop flavour with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar all set to perform.

Who is the favourite to win Super Bowl LVI?

The Green Bay Packers, the top seeds in the NFC, head our Super Bowl LVI – Outright Betting as their regular season results were enough to see them sail through to the Divisional playoffs.

Despite missing out on the status as top seeds in the AFC, the Kansas City Chiefs are next in our market. They must progress past the Pittsburgh Steelers if they’re to reach the Divisional playoffs.

The reigning Super Bowl holders, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, are also prominent in the betting and are fancied to progress past the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Wild Card playoffs.


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