The 2018 regular season is in the books, and the playoff field is set. From the wild-card round through Super Bowl LIII — which is Sunday, Feb. 3, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia — ESPN.com has you covered. Check out the full playoff picture headed into next weekend’s games and more coverage on all 12 teams below.
AFC WILD-CARD ROUND
No. 3 Houston Texans vs. TBD
Saturday, Jan. 5 | 4:35 p.m. ET | ESPN/ABC/WatchESPN
The Texans clinched their third division title in four seasons and at least the No. 3 seed for the playoffs.
No. 4 Baltimore Ravens vs. No. 5 Los Angeles Chargers
Sunday, Jan. 6 | 1:05 p.m. ET | CBS
The Chargers QB threw two interceptions in an ugly victory and will try to shake his late-season funk in Baltimore in the first round of the playoffs.
Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson has gone 6-1 since taking over as the Ravens’ starter and has led the team to its first postseason berth since 2014 and first AFC North title since 2012.
NFC WILD-CARD ROUND
No. 3 Chicago Bears vs. No. 6 Philadelphia Eagles
Sunday, Jan. 6 | 4:40 p.m. ET | NBC
Credit Matt Nagy for setting the tone for a Bears team that could have rested in Week 17 but kept its momentum going with a victory in Minnesota.
The Eagles earned the sixth and final NFC spot in the playoffs with a win and the Vikings’ loss to the Bears, setting up a wild-card matchup for Philadelphia in Chicago.
No. 4 Dallas Cowboys vs. No. 5 Seattle Seahawks
Saturday, Jan. 5 | 8:15 p.m. ET | Fox
History suggests the victory over the Giants is significant as a source of momentum as Dallas enters the postseason having won seven of eight.
Recent playoff history shows this type of game against a three-win team might not matter all that much, but it doesn’t leave Seattle fans feeling good.
TEAMS WITH FIRST-ROUND BYES
No. 1: Kansas City Chiefs
No. 2: New England Patriots
No. 1: New Orleans Saints
No. 2: Los Angeles Rams