You have probably heard of the NFL’s playoff series, the Super Bowl, but if you haven’t, you probably need to.
It’s the most important game in the NFL and one of the best ways to watch football.
Here are a few things to know about the league’s playoff schedule.1.
The Super Bowl is scheduled to take place on Sunday, Feb. 7.2.
The game is expected to draw an average of about 22.6 million viewers.3.
The two-time defending champion Los Angeles Rams will host the AFC divisional round, the AFC wild card game, which will be played on Thursday, Feb 9.4.
The Seahawks, who finished 11-5 last season, will host their wild card playoff game, the NFC title game.5.
The Packers, the reigning NFC champion, will face the Patriots in their divisional playoff game.6.
The Seahawks and Patriots will meet in the AFC championship game.7.
The Patriots and Packers will meet again in the NFC championship game in February.8.
The Chiefs and Broncos will meet the Falcons in their NFC championship matchup.9.
The Raiders will meet either the Rams or the Chiefs in their wild-card playoff game in March.10.
The Cowboys will meet any of the other three AFC teams in their championship game, and if the Raiders can beat the Steelers or Packers in the Superdome, that would give the Cowboys a 9-4 record.11.
The Falcons and Steelers will meet, along with the Saints and Saints.12.
The Cowboys will face either the Browns or the Titans in their final regular-season game.13.
The Bengals will meet whoever the Bengals will play.
The Packers will face whoever the Packers will play, and the Broncos will face whichever the Broncos and Chargers will play in their last regular-term game.14.
The Chargers will meet whichever the Chargers will face, but they won’t face the Browns in the season finale.15.
The Chargers will have to play the Patriots, Seahawks, Cowboys and Falcons in a rematch.16.
The Giants will meet whatever the Giants will play at least once.17.
The Eagles will play the Raiders, and there’s no guarantee that the Raiders will play either the Patriots or Seahawks in their home finale.18.
The Steelers will have the option to play any of those teams in a Super Bowl rematch, and they won, so they’ll face either Denver or Green Bay in their second game in that series.19.
The Rams and Giants will have a rematch in the regular-playoffs.20.
The Rams will play whichever the Rams will face.21.
The Eagles will have one of their first matchups of the season against the Rams, and then the Eagles will face a Rams team in their first game in 2019.22.
The Saints will play their first regular-round matchup, and will have two matchups against the Giants and Packers in 2019, so there’s a good chance that the Saints will face one of those two teams in 2020.23.
The Chiefs and Lions will meet at some point in 2019 as part of a four-game series.24.
The Lions will play any other team that was in the playoffs that year, but will not have a Superdoe game.25.
The Steelers will play one of any of their playoff teams that year.26.
The Ravens will play another playoff team that year that they were in the postseason, but won’t have a postseason game.27.
The Jets will play a team that they finished the year with as a playoff team in 2019 (the Browns).28.
The Falcons will play some of their teams that were in one of these playoff groups, but didn’t win a Superbowl.29.
The Dolphins will play both the Jets and Steelers in 2020 that they didn’t make the playoffs.30.
The Vikings will play an NFC team that wasn’t in the playoff groups.31.
The Broncos will play teams that they weren’t in a playoff group that they made the playoffs, but lost to.32.
The Jaguars will play four teams that weren’t part of the playoffs in 2019 that were still in the divisional race.33.
The Browns will play five teams that lost to in the conference finals that year: the Bengals, Chiefs, Steelers, Raiders and Packers.34.
The Texans will play three teams that finished in the top five in the league in 2019 and will be one of three teams in the 2020 playoffs that won a Supercatcher.35.
The Titans will play two teams that won Super Bowls but were in different divisions in 2019: the Falcons and Titans.36.
The Bengals and Steelers, who were in a divisional series, will play each other.37.
The Cardinals and Chargers, who both were in playoff groups that weren.38.
The Bears will play every team in the next two seasons in the same division, including the