The Steelers will host the Browns at Heinz Field for Wild Card Weekend on Sunday the 10th. The Steelers enter the postseason as AFC North Division champions.
Scroll down to see the official press release and the full schedule for Super Wild Card Weekend on January 9-10.
Kickoff is at 8:15p. Tune in at 4:00p for pregame coverage on your home of the Steelers - 102.5 WDVE or ESPN PGH. Television broadcast will be on WPXI.
Official Press Release
SUPER WILD CARD WEEKEND SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED FOR FIRST TIME EVER, WILD CARD PLAYOFFS FEATURE TWO DAYS OF TRIPLEHEADER NFL ACTION
The NFL has announced tonight the schedule of sites, dates, and times for Super Wild Card Weekend on January 9-10.
The addition of a third Wild Card team in each conference and the subsequent expansion of the playoffs has resulted in a Super Wild Card Weekend of NFL action. For the first time ever, there will be three games on Saturday, January 9, and three games on Sunday, January 10, to be played at 1:05 p.m., 4:40 p.m., and 8:15 p.m. ET on each day.
SUPER WILD CARD WEEKEND
Saturday, January 9
AFC: 1:05 PM (ET) Indianapolis at Buffalo (CBS)
NFC: 4:40 PM (ET) Los Angeles Rams at Seattle (FOX)
NFC: 8:15 PM (ET) Tampa Bay at New York Giants or Washington (NBC)
Sunday, January 10
AFC: 1:05 PM (ET) Baltimore at Tennessee (ESPN/ABC)
NFC: 4:40 PM (ET) Chicago at New Orleans (CBS, Nickelodeon, Amazon Prime)
AFC: 8:15 PM (ET) Cleveland at Pittsburgh (NBC, Telemundo, Peacock)
The Divisional Playoffs schedule will be announced once all Wild Card games have been played.
The 2020 NFL Playoff field:
- American Football Conference
Kansas City Chiefs (14-2), AFC West champion
- Buffalo Bills (13-3), AFC East champion
- Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4), AFC North champion
- Tennessee Titans (11-5), AFC South champion
- Baltimore Ravens (11-5)
- Cleveland Browns (11-5)
- Indianapolis Colts (11-5)
National Football Conference
- Green Bay Packers (13-3), NFC North champion
- New Orleans Saints (12-4) NFC South champion
- Seattle Seahawks (12-4), NFC West champion
- NY Giants/Washington, NFC East champion
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5)
- Los Angeles Rams (10-6)
- Chicago Bears (8-8)
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