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Wild Card Weekend: Game Time, TV, Announcers, Livestream, and More

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It's time for the NFL playoffs.  ABC/ESPN, CBS, NBC and FOX will each be airing one of the wild card weekend games this weekend.  All games are nationally televised.

On Saturday you will see:

Oakland Raiders at Houston Texans starting at 4:30 pm on ABC and ESPN.  Sean McDonough and Jon Gruden will be calling the game.

Detroit Lions at Seattle Seahawks starting at 8:00 pm on NBC.  Al Michaels and Chris Collinsworth will be calling the game.

On Sunday you will see:

Miami Dolphins at Pittsburgh Steelers starting at 1:00 pm on CBS.  Jim Nantz and Phil Simms will be calling the game.

New York Giants at Green Bay Packers starting at 4:30 pm on FOX.  Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will be calling the game.


Depending on where you live you can also get some of the games on DirecTV NOW.  DirecTV NOW will give you streaming access to the Raiders/Texans game and depending on your location possibly the Lions/Seahawks and Giants/Packers games as well.   In addition, Sling TV and PlayStation Vue offer access to the Raiders/Texans game, and depending on where you live these services may also provide access to the Lions/Seahawks and Giants/Packers games.  Streaming access to the Dolphins/Steelers game can be gained through a subscription to CBS All Access.  If you live outside the United States or Mexico, you can stream games live through the international version of NFL GamePass.