The berths are settled and the NFL playoff schedule is scheduled to start. The wild card round takes place over 2 days. The playoffs start on Saturday and Sunday, January 7 and 8. Reality TV rerun marathons could be cast asunder, as the games will make for epic viewing. You can't buy your way to the playoffs with a payday loan, so this is bound to be a good season. Resource for this article - The 2011 NFL playoff schedule should thrill fans by MoneyBlogNewz.



 

Wild Card round on Sunday for the NFL playoffs



 

 

As of Sunday, Jan. 2, the last berths within the NFL playoffs have been secured, and the remaining NFL schedule is the playoffs, starting with the wild card round. There were 2 spots left to be picked. The Bears fell 10 to 3 to Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Victory secured the No. 6 seed for the Packers and put the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New York Giants out, as both teams won however needed the Bears to win to enter the playoffs. NFC West was to be the last team to enter the playoffs. The St. Louis Rams v Seattle Seahawks game was interesting with a score of 16 to 6 getting the Seattle Seahawks into the playoffs. They will be the first team ever with a record under .500 to get to the National Football League playoffs.



 

 

National Football League playoffs start



 

 

The American Football Conference Wild Card and National Football Conference Wild Card rounds will take place the very same weekend. Saturday and Sunday Jan 7 and 8 can be when this happens. One game will take place per conference, per day. On Jan 15 and 16, the NFC and American Football Conference Divisional rounds will happen while the American Football Conference and NFC Championship will occur on January 23. The 2011 Pro Bowl follows on Jan. 30, and the 2011 Super Bowl follows the in the near future, on Feb. 6.



 

 

The AFC Wild Card Round information for you





  •  Go to NBC Jan 7 at 8 p.m. Eastern time to view the NY Jets (11-5) play the Indianapolis Colts (10-6)

 

  • The Baltimore Ravens (12-4) will play the Kansas City Chiefs (10-6) at 1 p.m. Eastern time on Sunday Jan 8 on CBS






 

 

Viewing the National Football Conference Wild Card Round



  • The New Orleans Saints (11-5) will play the Seattle Seahawks (7-9) at 4:30 p.m. Eastern time on Saturday Jan 7 on NBC

 

  •    Go to FOX Jan 8 at 4:30 p.m. Eastern time to look at the Green Bay Packers (10-6) play the Philadelphia Eagles (10-6)






 

What the showdown will be like



 

On the road, the Saints tend to do worse even though the Seahawks v Saints game seems to be the weakest. The fans at the Qwest field are also very loud making defense more difficult.



 

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