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2018 NFL Playoffs Bracket: The Road to Super Bowl LIII

Getting to Atlanta ain’t easy.

This is the 2018 NFL playoffs bracket as we watch the playoffs unfold, and witness who will win Super Bowl LIII.

12 teams enter the festivities with a chance at a trophy. Only one will scale the mountain and win the Super Bowl, and it may take up to four straight wins for said team to do it. We tracked the NFL playoff picture for this year, but the bracket is now fully realized.

2018 NFL Playoffs Bracket: Entering Super Bowl LIII

NFL Playoffs Super Bowl LIII

Super Bowl LIII will be the New England Patriots vs. the Los Angeles Rams, in a rematch of the first Super Bowl in which Tom Brady played. The Pats were the underdog against the mighty (St. Louis) Rams and the Greatest Show on Turf, but will the tables be turned against an upstart team this time?

Yeah, you can argue the Rams should not be here (see “pass interference, defensive”) but here they are, and they intend to win. Their issue: facing a quarterback with more Super Bowl appearances than the other 31 franchises.

2018 NFL Playoffs Bracket: Through Divisional Weekend

The top two seeds in each conference have gotten through and will fight for a trip to Super Bowl LIII.

2018 NFL Playoffs Bracket: Wild Card Weekend

2018 NFL Playoffs Bracket - Wild Card Weekend

2018 NFL Playoffs Bracket: AFC Entries

1 Kansas City Chiefs 12-4 AFC West champions
2 New England Patriots 11-5 AFC East champions
3 Houston Texans 11-5 AFC South champions
4 Baltimore Ravens 10-6 AFC North champions
5 Los Angeles Chargers 12-4 First Wild Card
6 Indianapolis Colts 10-6 Second Wild Card

2018 NFL Playoffs Bracket: NFC Entries

1 New Orleans Saints 13-3 NFC South champions
2 Los Angeles Rams 13-3 NFC West champions
3 Chicago Bears 12-4 NFC North champions
4 Dallas Cowboys 10-6 NFC East champions
5 Seattle Seahawks 10-6 First Wild Card
6 Philadelphia Eagles 9-7 Second Wild Card

2018 NFL Playoffs Bracket: Wild Card Weekend Schedule

  • Indianapolis at Houston: 4:35pm ET, Saturday, January 5, ESPN/ABC
  • Seattle at Dallas: 8:15pm ET, Saturday, January 5, Fox
  • Los Angeles Chargers at Baltimore: 1:05pm ET, Sunday, January 6, CBS
  • Philadelphia at Chicago: 4:40pm ET, Sunday, January 6, NBC

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