The NFL Wild Card playoff games are set for January 9th and 10th after this weekends final NFL regular season games and NFL playoff tickets are on sale now and going fast. The winners of the wild card games will go on the NFL Divisional Playoff rounds on Jan. 16-17. Three of the four NFL playoff games feature teams that just played this last weekend, several ending in routs, though not all teams played with the same agenda.
The AFC Wild Card playoff game will feature the N.Y. Jets vs the Cincinnati Bengals for a rematch of yesterday’s game that was a blowout with the Jets 37-0 win. Hopefully with the game at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati the Bengals will make more of a game out of it.
The second AFC Wild Card game will be at the home of the New England Patriots vs the Baltimore Ravens at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, January 10th. The Patriots will be without receiver Wes Welker after he blew his knee out in the loss Sunday to the Houston Texans.
The NFC Wild Card playoff games will feature the Philadelphia Eagles vs the Dallas Cowboys at Cowboy Stadium on Saturday, January 9th. The Cowboys just came off a great game against the Eagles with a 24-0 rout so it will be interesting to see if the Eagles can bounce back against the Cowboys, who won the division title with that blowout.
The Green Bay Packers vs the Arizona Cardinals game at the University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday January 10th should be a great one after the Packers 33-7 win against the Cardinals yesterday. Both teams took a different approach to the game, the Packers wanted to win and stay sharp, while the Cardinals rested their starters for next weekends game.
All roads lead to the Super Bowl and you can buy Super Bowl tickets now, or wait to see if your team makes it all the way.