The opening round of the 2024 NFL playoffs is nearly over, with the divisional round right around the corner.
Super Wild Card Weekend delivered a number of blowout victories to begin the postseason. On Saturday, C.J. Stroud led the Texans to a dominant win over the Browns before Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs handled the Dolphins with ease on a freezing Kansas City evening.
The action continued on Sunday with the Packers going down to Dallas and stunning the Cowboys, handing Dak Prescott and Co. another early exit in embarrassing fashion. The highly anticipated Lions-Rams matchup did not disappoint, as Jared Goff and Detroit edged Matthew Stafford and Los Angeles for the Lions’ first playoff win in more than 30 years.
There are still two more matchups in Super Wild Card Weekend, but the divisional round schedule is already released. While all of the matchups and final times have to be finalized, the NFL is getting set for the next stage of the postseason.
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Here’s what you need to know about the schedule for the divisional round: