NFL Playoffs Schedule 2020: The 2019–20 NFL playoffs, the playoff tournament for the 2019 season, is all set to begin from 4th January 2020. The tournament is going to conclude with Super Bowl LIV on 2nd February, at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
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2020 NFL PLAYOFFS: TV CHANNELS, LIVE STREAM
TV Channels: ABC/ESPN, CBS, FOX, NBC
How to Stream: fuboTV (free 7-day trial), Hulu Live (free 7-day trial)
The 2020 NFL Playoffs is all set to air on national TV networks only. The bulk of the action is going to be on CBS and FOX, but at the same time NBC will have two games and ABC/ESPN will have one game this postseason.
If you have an antenna, you can get all the total 4 of the channels that you need to watch the complete playoff schedule. But at the same time, if you don’t have an antenna or aren’t able to get good reception in your home, you can still stream these channels with services such as Hulu Live or fuboTV on your TV (w/ Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, or other streaming device), mobile device, or computer.
Hulu Live on the other hand carries a total of all 4 of the channels airing NFL Playoffs games ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC, in the majority of US markets. In addition to that, you can try Hulu Live free for 7 days as well as watch a chunk of games for free, and if you made the decision to keep the service, it’s $55 a month with the option to cancel any time.
fuboTV is an additional live streaming service that offers 100+ channels, comprising FOX, CBS, and NBC in most markets. ABC is missing from its channel lineup, but at the same time, only one playoff game will be airing on the network. You can try fuboTV free for one week.
NFL Playoffs Schedule 2020
The league declared on 22nd May 2019, that the Sunday Divisional round games are going to be moved two hours later from their traditional 1:00 p.m. (ET) and 4:30 p.m. (ET) start times to 3:00 p.m. (ET) and 6:30 p.m. (ET), correspondingly, just like the Conference championships games.
2020 NFL Playoffs Schedule
Note: Times/Dates are subject to change. This schedule is going to be updated as details are officially confirmed.
Wild Card Round
Saturday, January 4
Buffalo Bills vs Houston Texans
3:35 pm CT, ABC/ESPN [Hulu Live (free 7-day trial)]
Tennessee Titans vs New England Patriots
7:15 pm CT, CBS [fubo TV (free 7-day trial)]
WILD CARD ROUND
SUNDAY, JANUARY 5
Minnesota Vikings vs New Orleans Saints
12:05 pm CT, FOX [fubo TV (free 7-day trial)]
Seattle Seahawks vs Philadelphia Eagles
3:40 pm CT, NBC [fubo TV (free 7-day trial)]
SATURDAY, JANUARY 11
TBD vs TBD
3:35 pm CT, NBC [fubo TV (free 7-day trial)]
TBD vs TBD
7:15 pm CT, FOX [fubo TV (free 7-day trial)]
Sunday, January 12
TBD vs TBD
12:05 pm CT, CBS [fubo TV (free 7-day trial)]
TBD vs TBD
3:40 pm CT, FOX [fubo TV (free 7-day trial)]
Sunday, January 19
AFC Championship Game: TBD vs TBD, 2:05 pm CT, CBS [fubo TV (free 7-day trial)]
NFC Championship Game: TBD vs TBD, 5:40 pm CT, FOX [fubo TV (free 7-day trial)]
Sunday, February 2: Super Bowl Liv
TBD vs TBD, 5:30 pm CT, FOX [fubo TV (free 7-day trial)]
For the first time ever since the 2015–16 NFL playoffs, both of the AFC Wild Card games were scheduled for Saturday, and then both NFC Wild Card games were planned on a Sunday, in spite of having a game from each conference on the same day.