2015 NFL Playoff Schedule

NFL Schedules

Playoff Schedule: Wildcard - Divisional - Championship Sunday - Super Bowl

The NFL's postseason is one of the best in all professional sports. Starting with the Wildcard Rounds and concluding with the Super Bowl, you truly see the best play from the best teams this time of year. This is what the regular season was all about and now it's time to find a champion!

Below, we have the entire schedule for 2015 NFL playoffs which shows who plays, where they play, times, dates, television coverage and of course, the spread of the game. Until week 17 has concluded, everything will be in the air except for the actual times and dates of the games. The matchup will dictate which time slots assigned to the AFC playoff game and the NFC playoff games and whether they play on Saturday or Sunday (conf. champ on Sunday only).

We also have up-to-date info on seeding changes leading up to the start of the NFL playoff schedule which will be updated with commentary on what could potentially happen. Look directly below to jump to the schedule for each round of the playoffs to see matchup info.

Super Bowl XLIX - Glendale, Arizona

After a seven year break the Super Bowl will head back to University of Pheonix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona to decide who will earn the right to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. Kickoff is set for approximately 6:30pm ET on February 1st with coverage to be shown live on NBC with Al Michaels and Cris Colinsworth on the call. The halftime entertainment will be provided by Katy Perry and a few other notable musical guests; the artist to sing the national anthem will not be determined until a few weeks before the event.

Super Bowl 49, Sunday, Feb. 1st, 2015 - Glendale, Arizona
Time Away Home Spread + Odds Cable
6:30PM ET (1) New England Patriots vs. (1) Seattle Seahawks NE (-2) More Lines

2015 NFL Postseason Schedule

Saturday, January 3rd, 2015
Time Away Home Spread + Odds Cable
4:35PM ET (5) Arizona Cardinals vs (4) Carolina Panthers CAR (-5.5) More Lines
8:15PM ET (6) Baltimore Ravens vs (3) Pittsburgh Steelers PIT (-3) More Lines
Sunday, January 4th, 2015
1:05PM ET (5) Cincinnati Bengals vs (4) Indianapolis Colts IND (-3.5) More Lines
4:40PM ET (6) Detroit Lions vs (3) Dallas Cowboys DAL (-6) More Lines
Saturday, January 10th, 2015
Time Away Home Spread + Odds Cable
4:35PM ET (6) Baltimore Ravens vs (1) New England Patriots NE (-7) More Lines
8:15PM ET (4) Carolina Panthers vs (1) Seattle Seahawks SEA (-12) More Lines
Sunday, January 11th, 2015
1:05PM ET (3) Dallas Cowboys vs (2) Green Bay Packers GB (-5.5) More Lines
4:40PM ET (4) Indianapolis Colts vs (2) Denver Broncos DEN (-7) More Lines
Sunday, January 18th, 2015 - Championship Sunday
Time Away Home Spread + Odds Cable
3:05PM ET (2) Green Bay Packers vs (1) Seattle Seahawks SEA (-7) More Lines
6:40PM ET (4) Indianapolis Colts vs (1) New England Patriots NE (-6.5) More Lines

Wildcard Round - 1st Round

In the Wildcard Round of the playoffs, the #6 seed goes on the road to play the #3 seed as does the #5 seed versus the #4 seed. Each conference features one game on Saturday and one on Sunday. The the top two seeds in each conference are off this week as they advance straight to the Divisional Round.

Divisional Round - 2nd Round

After having a much-deserved week off, the top two seeds in each conference begin their playoff run with home games. The #1 seeds will play the lowest remaining seed following the wildcard round (4th, 5th or 6th) within their respective conferences. And, the highest remaining seed in each conference following this round will host during the Conference Championship Round.

AFC & NFC Conference Championships - Semifinals

The four winners of the divisional playoff games will move on to their respective conference championship games, with both games being played on Sunday... or "Championship Sunday" as it is commonly known. The two winners of these games will go on to represent their conference in the Super Bowl.

Up To Date Division Standings