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NFL Playoff Games on TV Today (Sunday, Jan. 10)

NFL Playoff Games on TV Today (Sunday, Jan. 5)

NFL Playoff Games on TV Today (Sunday, Jan. 10)

The NFL's "Super Wild Card Weekend" concludes with three games on Sunday, Jan. 9. Two more spots in the AFC bracket of the Divisional Round and one more in the NFC are on the line following Saturday's action.

All three games on Sunday are rematches from the regular season, including one between divisional rivals. Another also serves as a replay of a playoff game from last season that produced one of the bigger upsets in recent postseason history.

So if you're wondering "What NFL playoff games are on today?" know this: There are three scheduled for today, Sunday, Jan. 10.

Note: Games are ordered by start time. All times are ET.

NFL Playoff Games on TV Today

AFC Wild Card: Baltimore (11-5) at Tennessee (11-5), 1:05 p.m. on ABC/ESPN

Although in different divisions, these teams have seen other plenty, having played in Week 11 and in last season's Divisional Round. Tennessee won both of those games so Baltimore is looking for some payback in Music City. The Ravens run the ball better than any team and the Titans have 2,000-yard man Derrick Henry, so which defense will give up more on the ground?

NFC Wild Card: Chicago (8-8) at New Orleans (12-4), 4:40 p.m. on CBS/Nickelodeon, streamed on Amazon Prime Video

New Orleans is trying to erase the bitter taste of disappointing playoff exits the past three seasons while Chicago is only in the playoffs because of an expanded bracket. But the Bears' defense can give any offense trouble and Mitchell Trubisky and company have played better over the past month. Can the Saints make a statement in the Superdome?

AFC Wild Card: Cleveland (11-5) at Pittsburgh (12-4), 8:15 p.m. on NBC/Telemundo, streamed on Peacock

Round 3 for these AFC North rivals takes place a week after Cleveland beat Pittsburgh at home to get into the playoffs. The Browns have snapped their postseason drought but also have had to deal with COVID-19 issues this week and will be without head coach Kevin Stefanski, among other coaches and players. The Steelers rested a bunch of starters last week but also enter the playoffs losing four out of five so the pressure is on them to get the job done at home.