For either teams, the road to MetLife Stadium starts this weekend. The wild card round of the NFL playoffs gets underway in a little less than six hours or so, and we know that you want to be able to follow along with all the action. So, we've put together a handy chart for you to be able to find all the action. Enjoy!
|Away Team||Home Team||Kickoff Time (CT)||Channel||Announcers||SB Nation Away||SB Nation Home|
|Kansas City Chiefs||Indianapolis Colts||Saturday, 3:35 PM||NBC||Dan Hicks
|Arrowhead Pride||Stampede Blue|
|New Orleans Saints||Philadelphia Eagles||Saturday, 7:10 PM||NBC||Al Michaels
|Canal Street Chronicles||Bleeding Green Nation|
|San Diego Chargers||Cincinnati Bengals||Sunday, 12:05 PM||CBS||Jim Nantz
|Bolts from the Blue||Cincy Jungle|
|San Francisco 49ers||Green Bay Packers||Sunday, 3:40 PM||FOX||Joe Buck
|Niners Nation||Acme Packing Company|
For those of you with satellite radio, the Away team feed for each game will be on Sirius Channel 92 and XM Channel 225. The Home team feed for each game will be on Channel 86 on both XM and Sirius Radios. Also, the national feed for all the games, courtesy of the Dial Global Sports Network, will be on SiriusXM NFL Radio, Channel 88.
If you're looking for a way to stream the games on your computer, you can do so for both of the wild card games today, as well as the CBS game on Sunday. For the NBC games, point your browser to http://stream.nbcsports.com/liveextra, and for the CBS game point your browser to http://www.cbssports.com. CBS will be doing this for all of their games, all the way up to and including the AFC Championship. For games on FOX, people with Comcast, Cablevision, or AT&T U-Verse will be able to watch the games online, but everyone else will need a television in order to view them. However, FOX will be streaming the Super Bowl live on 2 February for everyone, regardless of cable provider.
For our men and women overseas, all of the games will be shown on AFN Sports. Coverage start times for each game will be as follows:
Chiefs/Colts - Saturday 2130Z, Saturday 2230L in Central Europe, Sunday 0200L in Afghanistan, Sunday 0630L in Japan/Korea
Saints/Eagles - Sunday 0100Z, Sunday 0200L in Central Europe, Sunday 0530L in Afghanistan, Sunday 1000L in Japan/Korea
Chargers/Bengals - Sunday 1800Z, Sunday 1900L in Central Europe, Sunday 2230L in Afghanistan, Monday 0300L in Japan/Korea
49ers/Packers - Sunday 2130Z, Sunday 2230L in Central Europe, Monday 0200L in Afghanistan, Monday 0630L in Japan/Korea
Hopefully this will be sufficient for everyone to be able to follow along with the action for Wild Card Weekend of the NFC playoffs.